Article 46 Philippine Constitution 1987 Essays and Term Papers

  • constitution

    1. Constitution of the Philippines(1973) 2. 1973 Constitution of the Philippines The Constitution of the Philippines ( Saligang Batas ng Pilipinas in Filipino) is the supreme law of the Philippines. The 1973 Constitution , composed of a preamble and 17 articles, provides for the shift from presidential...

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  • Political Law Reviewer

    and administrative law. b. Deals with the organization and operation of government Constitutional provisions on the various departments including Articles VI (Legislative), VII (Executive), VIII (Judiciary), IX (Constitutional Commissions), X (Local Government) Laws on public administration including...

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  • Death Penalty

    The Philippine Experience in ‘Abolishing’ the Death Penalty1 Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines January 2007 This paper seeks to trace the history of the imposition of the death penalty and revisit the events that transpired leading up to the ‘prohibition of the imposition of death penalty’...

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  • freedom of religion

    the flag is devoid of religious significance and it doesn’t involve any religious ceremony. The freedom of religious belief guaranteed by the Constitution does not mean exception from non-discriminatory laws like the saluting of flag and singing national anthem. This exemption disrupts school discipline...

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  • Death Penalty

    Death Penalty in the Philippines Santos Lamban, PAHRA The Philippines was the first Asian country that abolished the death penalty in 1987 . But six yearsafter it has reimposed the death penalty, the Philippines has overtaken its Asian neighbors and hasthe most number of death convicts.Within less...

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  • case on political law

    Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT Manila EN BANC   BAR MATTER No. 914 October 1, 1999 RE: APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO THE PHILIPPINE BAR, vs. VICENTE D. CHING, applicant. R E S O L U T I O N   KAPUNAN, J.: Can a legitimate child born under the 1935 Constitution of a Filipino mother...

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  • Cmfp

    CMFP Draft Constitution 1 CMFP DRAFT CONSTITUTION FOR A FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES WITH A PARLIAMENTARY GOVERNMENT by Citizensí Movement for a Federal Philippines (CMFP) {Revised February 14, 2005} Edited by Jose V. Abueva, Chairman CMFP Advisory Committee Editorís...

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  • K-12

    drastic changes . The goals of education universal. Hence, everyone should have a common national purpose in education. Education in the Philippines has been subjected to many reforms and changes to meet the increasing demands of the society .2 All the citizens must be fully equipped to be able...

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  • The Special Economic Zone Act of 1995: How Special Is It?

    legal framework and mechanisms for the creation, operation, administration, and coordination of special economic zones in the Philippines, creating for this purpose, the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA), and for other purposes,” took effect on the very day President Fidel Valdez Ramos imprinted...

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  • Bec Goals

    the 2002 BEC was based on a 16-year study (starting in 1986). Implementation of RBEC was based on Executive Order No. 46, which in turn was based on recommendations of the Philippine Commission on Educational Reforms (PCER), created on Dec. 7, 1998. The actual implementing guidelines were found in...

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  • Suffrage

     Switzerland permits initiatives at all levels of government whereas the United States does not offer initiatives at the federal level or in many states. That new constitutions must be approved by referendum is considered natural law.[citation needed] Citizens become eligible to vote after reaching the voting age, which...

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  • Sanlakas vs. Executive Secretary Angelo Reyes G.R. No. 159085. February 3, 2004

    Forces of the Philippines (AFP) stormed into the Oakwood Premiere apartments in Makati City in the wee hours of July 27, 2003.  Bewailing the corruption in the AFP, the soldiers demanded, among other things, the resignation of the President, the Secretary of Defense and the Chief of the Philippine National...

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  • Graft and Corruption

    PARTICIPANTS’ PAPERS GRAFT AND CORRUPTION: THE PHILIPPINE EXPERIENCE Nelson Nogot Moratalla* I. INTRODUCTION This paper will present a condensed report on graft and corruption in the Philippines. Information was compiled by the author from documents, articles, newspaper clippings and other data gathered...

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  • Social Issue

    Home | Sitemap | Questions, Comments ------------------------------------------------- Social and political movements in the Philippines Collection ------------------------------------------------- History ------------------------------------------------- Content ------------------------------------------------- ...

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  • Erap vs Sandiganbayan

        Republic of the Philippines SUPREME COURT Manila EN BANC         JOSEPH E. ESTRADA,                        Petitioner, G. R. Nos. 146710-15 March 2, 2001                             -versus-    ANIANO DESIERTO, in his capacity as Ombudsman, RAMON GONZALES, VOLUNTEERS AGAINST CRIME...

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  • prostitution

    prostituted persons in the Philippines with an estimated 60,000 to 100,000 children. In 2004, the number of those exploited in prostitution alone reached 600,000 and it ballooned to 800,000 in 2005. In a 2009 study, there were around 800,000 prostituted persons in the Philippines; half of them are children...

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  • Comparative Analysis of the Family Code and Code of Muslim Personal Laws on Marriage, Legal Separation and Islamic Divorce in the Philippines

    Separation and Islamic Divorce in the Philippines Andres C. Soguilon Juris Doctor-1 UNIVERSITY OF CEBU COLLEGE OF LAW Comparative Analysis of the Family Code and Code of Muslim Personal Laws on Marriage, Legal Separation and Islamic Divorce in the Philippines Abstract This paper is a comparison...

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  • Blahblah

    Article XVI: General Provisions (The 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippine) http://www.kapitbisig.com/philippines/the-1987-constitution-of-the-republic-of-the-philippines-article-xvi-general-provisions-the-1987-constitution-of-the-republic-of-the-philippines_718.html/page/0/1 section...

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  • A Prelude to the 1987 Philippine Constitution

    CHAPTER 4 A Prelude to the 1987 Philippine Constitution By John Mark H. Nuncio “Oh how much more of the journey do we have to make in order to actually live the new law — the law of the Holy Spirit who acts in us, the law of charity, of love!” -Pope Francis Leaning Outcome/s: 1. Explain the...

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  • Government and Law

    which in turn modify or even prescribe economic conditions. 4 Philosophy – These concepts are the underlying forces in the framing of the constitution and laws called ethics, when it contemplates the moral background of proposed changes in social legislation. 5 Psychology – The study of the...

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