José E. Romero (born March 3, 1897) was a politician in the Philippines. From 1931, he served as a member of the Philippine House of Representatives for the second district of Negros Oriental. When the National Assembly of the Philippines effectively replaced the Senate and the House of Representatives in 1935, he continued as an Assemblyman until 1941. After the war he served in various government posts as Secretary of the Department of Education, Philippine Ambassador to the Court of St.

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  • José E. Romero (born March 3, 1897) was a politician in the Philippines. From 1931, he served as a member of the Philippine House of Representatives for the second district of Negros Oriental. When the National Assembly of the Philippines effectively replaced the Senate and the House of Representatives in 1935, he continued as an Assemblyman until 1941. After the war he served in various government posts as Secretary of the Department of Education, Philippine Ambassador to the Court of St. James's in England, and chairman of the Rizal Centennial Commission. (en)
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  • Romero in 1949 as Philippine foreign minister, later ambassador, to the United Kingdom. (en)
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  • Racquel Romero-Smith (en)
  • Rodolfo Romero (en)
  • Teresita Romero-Romulo (en)
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  • Pilar Guzmán Sinco (en)
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  • José E. Romero (born March 3, 1897) was a politician in the Philippines. From 1931, he served as a member of the Philippine House of Representatives for the second district of Negros Oriental. When the National Assembly of the Philippines effectively replaced the Senate and the House of Representatives in 1935, he continued as an Assemblyman until 1941. After the war he served in various government posts as Secretary of the Department of Education, Philippine Ambassador to the Court of St. (en)
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