United States President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signs Philippine Constitution produced by Contitutional Convention
Washington DC USA Date:1935, March 23 Duration:3 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
Pursuant to the terms of the Tydings-McDuffie Act of 1934, United States President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signs the Philippine Constitution presented to him by Philippine President Manuel Quezon, in Washington DC. View of the signed Philippine Constitution cover document. President Roosevelt signs one copy and hands it to one of the officials present. Then he signs another for President Manuel Quezon, who stands, shakes hands and thanks President Roosevelt, and then sits again. Audio of casual discussion during the signing ceremony is heard. President Roosevelt reads provisions of the act. President Manuel Quezon gives a brief speech to thank the United States.
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