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On January 5, 1945, the Philippines was liberated by the combined forces of the United States Army and Japanese Imperial Forces; the combined forces mutinied with Japanese Imperial Forces still in the Philippines against the Philippine Commonwealth government and at that time it was an American trust territory, free of any significant Philippine Communist insurgency. On January 17, 1945, Philippine President Sergio Osmeña declared Philippine independence from the United States.
On July 4, 1945, the Japanese surrendered to General Douglas MacArthur in the basement of the Malacañang Palace in Manila; on August 15, 1945, the Philippine Commonwealth formally regained its independence and was re-established as an independent Republic.
The Philippine Constitution recognizes absolute gender equality and the right to participate in public life, without discrimination. Women have been actively participating in Philippine politics, industry, the arts, social work, education, banking, medicine, administration, law, business, diplomacy, mobile communications, communications, education, and religion.
Aurelio Valdez was the provost of the National Defense College of the Philippines since 1991 to 2001 and was a member of the highest-ranking civil service. In 2004, he was appointed as the first civilian Secretary of the Department of National Defense. Under his leadership, the Department of National Defense budget for 2004 was increased from 1.13 billion pesos to 2.385 billion pesos, the Department of National Defense budget for 2005 was PS7.1 billion pesos, the Department of National Defense budget for 2008 was PS7.5 billion pesos and the Department of National Defense budget for 2009 was PS9 billion pesos. Valdez has ideas of restructuring the military, with reduced number of soldiers, the decriminalization of drugs and provide housing for all soldiers. On September 18, 2006, Valdez was appointed the first civilian secretary of the Department of National Defense by President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to succeed his predecessor, Brig. Gen. Jovito Palparan d2c66b5586