Philippine economy and politics grew from bad to worse at that time corrupt spanish officialdom corrupt officialdom was another evil of the spanish colonial system many colonial officials became rich by illegal means or by marrying the heiresses of rich filipino families mostly ignorant and profligate, they conducted. Corruption officialdom -colonial officials sent by spain to the philippines were a highly corrupt, incompetent, cruel and venal • general rafael de izquirdo (1871- 73)- boastful and ruthless governor, aroused the anger of the filipinos by executing the innocent fathers “gomburza” the martyrs of 1872.
During rizal's time, the philippines was under the colonization of the spaniards and their evil ways on ruling a country the article technically states the kinds of evil things the spaniards did which were (1) instability of colonial administration, ( 2) corrupt officialdom, (3) no philippine representation in the.
Instability of colonial administration, 2corrupt officialdom, 3no philippine representation in the spanish cortes, 4human rights denied to filipinos, 5no equality before the law, 6maladministration of justice, 7racial discrimination, 8 frailocrcy, 9forced labor, 10haciendas owned by the friars, and 11the guardia civil.
6 the courts of justice in the philippines during rizal's time were notoriously corrupt justice was costly, partial, and slow poor filipinos had no access to the courts because they could not afford the heavy expenses of litigation dr jose rizal and his family were victims of spanish injustice.
The philippines of rizal's times • during the times of rizal, the sinister shadows of spain's decadence darkened the philippine skies 17 instability of adminis- tration evils of corrupt officialdom spain in the philippines human rights denied to filipinos no phil repre-sentation in the spanish cortes no. Corrupt colonial officials (or corrupt officialdom) - spaniards who were sent to the philippines were not the likes of the spaniards during the siglo de oromen of the likes of miguel cervantes, lope de vega, etc - such that men of the likes of gen rafael de izquierdo, a boastful ruthless generalcommanded the execution.