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Carlos María de la Torre y Nava Cerrada is considered the most beloved of the Spanish Governors-General to serve in the Philippines (1869-1871). He was the assigned Governor-General after the Spanish Revolution of 1869. He was considered a liberal for imposing liberal laws. His supporters had done a Liberal Parade in front of the Malacañang Palace. He was ousted when the monarchy in Spain was re-established by the Spanish Cortes.

He was also very close to the ilustrados, a group of Filipinos who understood the situation of the Philippines under Spanish rule.


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