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2.Representation3.Equality4.Abolish gov’ts.’ power (exile)VII.Pact of Biak-na-Bato●August 1897 (Aguinaldo entering negotiations w/ Spaniards)○Pedro Paterno (DON’T want Spaniards & Filipinos fighting; 1 of the leading elite)■Indemnification and reforms■Ask for portion; served as negotiator○Dec. 1897■1.7 million (initially 4 million)●Opposed by many of the revolutionary leaders○Gen. Paciano Rizal, Gen. Miguel Malvar = DON’T want Pact;Aguinaldoestablishednew gov’t. as rep. to enter intoagreement●Rizal, Malvar■3 tranches (800 k = leaders of revolution)●+ 400 k to HSBC → voluntary exile in Hong Kong●200 k → surrender of 700 firearms●200 k → Te Deum■900 k●For civilians●Withdraw to implement reforms; revolution turned business to be stopped●CubaRevolution&Philippines(halvedconcentration;Spaincan’tpaysoldiersinPhilippines)●After, revolution stops; even being exiled, revolution continued BUT Aguinaldo when hecame back “I’ll restart”