General Provision

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Lyceum of the Philippines University
College of Computer Studies

Name: Sarah Magadia
C/S: Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
S/T/R: PolSci / 4:00 - 7:00pm / TTH / SHL 105
Course Title: Politics and Governance with Philippine Constitution Professor: Dr. Leon R. Ramos Jr.
Topic: General Provisions

Objectives:

At the end of my report of my classmates should be able to:

1. Define a knowledgeableunderstanding about the object of General Provisions. 2.Enumerate the different General Provisions and explain the object as weel as the significance. 3. Associate all these to be acquired learnings on General Provisions.

Definition of Terms:

1. Civillian - a person that is not in the armed service or the police force. 2. General Provisions - laws or regulations that apply to all contracts of certain type. 3. Indigenous - originating or occuring naturally in a particular place/field. 4. Liberty - state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority of one's way of life. 5. Malpractice - the act or an instance of improper practice. 6. Mass Media - non-personal channels of broadcasting a message to the general public principally the newspaper, radio and television. 7. Republic -state or country where people have the authority to decide when they would like to lead them and their government. 8. State - the bodies that constitute the legislative of a country. 9. Stipulate - demand or specify (a requirement) typically a part of a bargain or agreement. 10. Veterans - a person who has a long experience in a particular field.

Summary of a report:

Article XVI: General Provisions contains provisions on twelve subjects. The design of the Philippine flag,it's color and symblos, as consecrated and honored by the people and recognized by law. It set forth in the first section followed by a section on any change, by law, for the adoption of new Philippine name, anthem and seal.

Section 3 hereof provides...
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