Carlos Imperial ( Daraga , July 13 1930 - Pasig City , April 11 2010 ) was a Filipino politician . The Imperial family was one of the political clans in the province of Albay in the southeast of the main Philippine island of Luzon . He was the nephew of Senator Leoncio Imperial and Governor Jose Imperial . His son, Domingo Imperial was a senator. Imperial was in the 1965 elections and in 1969 elected as a member of the House of Representatives on behalf of the second constituency of Albay. His term as a delegate was prematurely aborted when President Ferdinand Marcos in 1972, the state of siege declared and parliament sent home. After the establishment of the Batasang Pambansa in 1978 Imperial was one of those elected. This period in the Batasang Pambanga lasted until 1984. After the fall of Marcos by the EDSA Revolution in 1986 was followed by a second period as a delegate. These two periods of two terms lasted from 1987 to 2004. Imperial was in his long political career responsibilities include the establishment of the Bicol University and the transformation of the Albay Provincial Hospital in the Bicol Regional Training and Teaching Hospital.