Despite these inconsistencies, Roxas, in 1947, did not oppose most of the military bases proposed by the United States. Here are some of the requests authorized by Roxas.  The U.S. State Department considered the Philippines` objections to be reasonable and asked the Departments of War and Navy to reconsider their excessive demands.  After a month of negotiations, the United States sought only naval and air bases in the Philippines, eliminating the construction of facilities in Manila.  Roxas commended the United States for its decision to reconsider this issue and stated that 「in any important matter, the core interests of the United States and the Philippines are 「identical.」  To the extent that they are not covered by existing legislation, all claims by the United States Government or their nationals against the Government of the Philippines and all claims by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and its nationals against the Government of the United States of America are immediately tailored and settled. The property rights of the United States of America and the Republic of the Philippines are immediately adapted and regulated by mutual agreement, and all existing property rights of U.S. citizens and entities in the Republic of the Philippines and citizens and entities of the Republic of the Philippines in the United States of America are recognized. , is respected and protected to the same extent as the property rights of citizens and entities of the Republic of the Philippines and the United States of America.
Both governments appoint representatives who can agree on measures best suited to the rapid and satisfactory elimination of rights that may not be covered by existing legislation. Rights that may not be covered by existing legislation. The agreement includes a series of agreements between the Malaya Federation, the Republic of Indonesia and the Republic of the Philippines, as well as a joint statement by the three parties. The Philippine-American war, in which McKinley followed the Commission`s recommendations, was set up by the Second Philippine Commission (the Taft Commission) and granted it limited legislative and executive powers.  At first it was the only legislative body in the Philippines, but after the adoption of the Philippine Organic Law in 1902, the Commission acted as the home of a bicameral legislator. In late 1897, the revolutionaries were pushed into the hills southeast of Manila, and Aguinaldo had an agreement with the Spaniards.