1991 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in the year 1991.
President: Corazon Aquino (PDP-Laban)
Vice President: Salvador Laurel (UNIDO)
President of the Senate: Jovito Salonga
Speaker of the House of Representatives: Ramon Mitra, Jr.
Chief Justice: Marcelo Fernan
Philippine Congress: 8th Congress of the Philippines
January 29 – Merger of the Philippine Constabulary with the Integrated National Police to form the Philippine National Police.
February 10 – Lenny Villa, a first-year Ateneo Law student, died of serious physical injuries after three days of bloody hazing rites by the members of Aquila Legis fraternity.
June 15 – Mount Pinatubo erupts in what will be the second largest terrestrial eruption of the 20th century; the final death toll tops 800.
June 28 – SM Megamall was opened as the 3rd SM Supermall in the Philippines.
June 30 – The massacre of Estrellita, Carmela, and Jennifer Vizconde. Hubert Webb and the original suspects were released from prison in 2010 after they were acquitted by the Supreme Court.
July 13 – Maureen Hultman and John Chapman were murdered by Claudio Teehankee, Jr.. The case was controversial as Teehankee is the son of a former Chief Justice.
September 16 – The Senate of the Philippines rejects the bilateral treaty with United States which would have extended American use of Subic Bay Naval Base. American troops earlier abandoned Clark Air Base after Pinatubo erupted, and completed their withdrawal from Subic in 1992.
November 4–5 – Tropical Storm Uring lashes into Eastern Visayas, leaving 8,000 people dead as a result of widespread flooding in the coastal city of Ormoc, Leyte.
1991 in the Philippines Wikipedia
These are TV programs that premiered and had their finales this year.Abangan Ang Susunod Na Kabanata, comedy (1991-1997)
Maalaala Mo Kaya, drama anthology (1991–present)
Kape at Balita, morning show (1991-1993)
Chika Chika Chicks, comedy (1987-1991)
Goin' Bananas, comedy (1987-1991)
November 24-December 3 – Manila was selected again as a host city in the 16th Southeast Asian Games, ten years since the 11th SEA Games held in the same city in 1981. The Philippine team participated in the 16th SEA Games and placed second with 91 gold, 62 silver and 84 bronze medals for a total of 237 medals ahead of Indonesia was in the first place.
February 5 – Juami Tiongson, basketball player
Joshua Beloya, football player
Hidilyn Diaz, weightlifter
March 18 – Jeric Teng, basketball player
April 4 – Marlon Stöckinger, racing driver
May 3 – Bela Padilla, actress
May 15 – Gerald Santos, actor and singer
May 28 – Beauty Gonzalez, actress and model
June 16 – Ryan Bang, actor and comedian
June 22 – Michael Jim Polancos, comedian
July 19 – Arny Ross, actress
August 19 – Nathan Lopez, actor
August 25 – Marisa Park, football player
September 27 – Ynna Asistio, actress
November 25 – Martin del Rosario, actor
May 21 – Lino Brocka, film director
July 11 – Atang de la Rama, film actress and singer