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Emperors of the Philippine Empire
|Name||Picture||Ascended throne||Stepped down/left throne||Notes|
|Nísqua Saval||1899||1930||First Philippine emperor, began Philippine Revolution in 1899. Regarded as the "Father of the Empire".|
|Símon Saval||1930||1963||Signed Tokyo Pact with Japan in 1941, established Manila Pact with West Australia in 1958, began Korean and Second Indochina Wars in the 1950s.|
|Corile Saval||1963||1984||Continued Second Indochina War to victory in 1970, initiated invasions of Borneo and New Guinea that triggered the Indonesian War. Signed the Treaty of Singapore in June 1979 that both ended the war in Indonesia and Imperial claims to further territory.|
|Jérazo Saval||1984||1993||Initiated Empire-wide reforms throughout the late 1980s. Stepped down in 1993 on accusations of assaulting Imperial War Minister Renato Villa's wife.|
|Komay Saval||1993||Incumbent||Has continued his father's work on Empire-wide reforms since 1993, and brought the Empire into the G-30 as a partner nation of China and Korea in 1995.|