After serving within the Senate from the Philippines and holding office as both Commissioner of Justice and Commissioner of the inside, this Filipino politician served a two-year term as Leader from the Philippines through the Globe Battle II era of Japan rule. He researched law on the College or university from the Philippines, the College or university of Santo Tomas, and Yale College or university. Within the years before getting President from the Philippines, he was an associate from the Nacionalista Party. During his country’s amount of Japanese control, he briefly shifted his allegiance towards the Japanese-supported KALIBAPI Party. His relationship to Paciencia Hidalgo led to nine kids. Four of his sons — Jose Laurel Jr., Jose Laurel III, Sotero Laurel II, and Salvador Laurel — also got political professions. He and Manuel Roxas both kept office as Leader from the Philippines within the mid-Twentieth Century.
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