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Jose Miguel Arroyo Bio

Jose Miguel "Mike" Tuason Arroyo (born June 27, 1946) is the husband of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, the current President of the Philippines. He traces his roots from Ignacio Arroyo and Doña Maria Pidal, who had 3 children namely: candidate for sainthood, Maria Beatriz Del Rosario Arroyo, Jose Maria Arroyo and Mariano Arroyo. Jose became a senator in 1919 while Mariano was governor of Iloilo in 1928. Senator Jose Ma. Arroyo and spouse Jesusa Lacson from Negros Occidental had 7 children, one of whom was Ignacio Lacson Arroyo who married Lourdes Zaragoza Tuason. The two are the parents of Jose Miguel "Mike" Arroyo, as well as Ignacio Arroyo, Jr..[1] His family hails from the province of Negros Occidental, with ancestry from Fujian province,[2] where his brother Ignacio "Iggy" Arroyo, Jr. serves as the Representative of the fifth district of the province for the Philippine Congress His major project as spouse of the President was the funding of the training of Philippine athletes for the 2005 Southeast Asian Games held in the Philippines. An attorney by profession, he became the main target of attacks both against his wife's administration and his own involvement in a multiplicity of alleged scandals by the political opposition that once led to his voluntary exile. His only daughter Evangelina Lourdes 'Luli' Arroyo, 37, married J. Aloysius 'Luigi' Bernas at 5 p.m. on November 5, 2008, in Tagaytay Highlands. Bernas is a former investment banker and ex-director of Ayala Foundation. The wedding was a private affair, and only ten people were invited.[3]

Scorecard | Fri 25 Jul


Sri Lanka vs South Africa Test

Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo ,7/24/2014, 10:00 (IST)


England vs India Test

Lord's, London ,7/17/2014, 15:30 (IST)

India beat England by 95 runs

Zimbabwe vs Afghanistan ODI

Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo ,7/20/2014, 12:30 (IST)

Zimbabwe beat Afghanistan by 8 wickets

Zimbabwe vs Afghanistan ODI

Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo ,7/22/2014, 12:30 (IST)

Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by 2 wickets