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General Tinio, Nueva Ecija

Congressman Celestino Juan sponsored a congressional act changing the name of Papaya to General Tinio to honor General Manuel Tinio, a noble and prominent revolutionary leader against the Spaniards who hailed from the Nueva Ecija. The act was signed into law on June 20, 1957 as Republic Act No. 1665. The new name of the town was inaugurated days later, on August 19, 1957.

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