• Comparatie History of Philippine Constitution
    COMPARATIVE TABLE OF THE PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTIONS 1899 (Malolos) Constitution 1935 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines 1973 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines January 17, 1973 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines October 12, 1986 DATE OF APPROVAL/ EFFECTIVITY...
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  • 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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  • Phil Constitution
    of the Philippines COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Mabini Campus, Sta. Mesa, Manila EDUC 2033 - EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS AND CURRENT ISSUES IN EDUCATION LEGAL BASES OF PHILIPPINE EDUCATION Submitted By: NACINO, ELSBETH ROMANTICO, DEANNA SANTOS, MARC LAWRENCE TARASONA, PAULINE BSEDFL 2-1 ...
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  • Constitution
    liked: • 1935 Philippine Constitution: Article VII Executive Department • 1935 Philippine Constitution: Article VI Legislative Department • 1935 Philippine Constitution • 1935 Philippine Constitution: Article I The National Territory • 1935 Philippine Constitution: Article IV Citizenship ...
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  • Consti
    CONCEPT OF CONSTITUTION AND THE INTRODUCTORY ARTICLES CONSTITUTION: * Latin word- CONSTITUO – fixed, established and settled. * Organic and fundamental law of a state. * Body of rules and principles in accordance with which the powers of sovereignty are regularly exercised. * Written...
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  • Efficiency of Lemon Grass as Mouthwash
    THE PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTIONS Black’s Law Dictionary defines a Constitution as “The fundamental and organic law of a nation or state that establishes the institutions and apparatus of government, defines the scope of governmental sovereign powers, and guarantees individual civil rights and civil liberties...
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  • Political Governance of Philippines constitution (Article 1,2,and 3)
    The constitution is the most important part in organizing a state. It contains not only the national territory, but more importantly, it states the set of rules and principles which serve as the fundamental law of the land. Among the guidelines which are set by the constitution are the matters of:...
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  • Republic of Bulgaria-Term Paper
    the Parliament and number of representatives (2012): KB (left-wing, 40) DPS (centrist, 35) GERB (centre-right, 117) SK (centre-right, 14) Ataka (far right, 10) Independent (24) Bulgaria has a typical Civil Law legal system. The Judiciary is overseen by the Ministry of Justice. The Supreme Administrative Court...
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  • Reaction
    Objectives: 1. Define a knowledgeable understanding about the Article II of the 1987 Philippine Constitution which is the Declaration of the Principles and State Policies. 2. Familiarize with the terms used in the declaration of the principles and state policies 3. Demonstrate a positive...
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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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  • Constitution of the Philippines (Bullet Form
    THE NEW CONSTITUTION MEANING OF CONSTITUTION • In its broad sense, the term constitution refers to “that body of rules and principles in accordance with which the powers of sovereignt y are regularly exercised. As thus defined, it covers both written and unwritten constitutions. • With particular...
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  • Ceeh
    The Philippine Independence Act (Tydings-McDuffie Law) Public Law 73-127 24 March 1934 An act to provide for the complete independence of the Philippine Islands, to provide for the adoption of a constitution and a form of government for the islands, and for other purposes. Convention to Frame Constitution...
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  • Government and Law
    LESSON 1 UNDERSTANDING POLITICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE ________________________________________________________________ LEARNING OBJECTIVES When you finish this lesson, you will be able to do the following: * Define politics and political science * Internalize the importance and goals...
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    The 1943 Constitution Preamble The Filipino people, imploring the aid of Divine Providence and desiring to lead a free national existence, do hereby proclaim their independence, and in order to establish a government that shall promote the general welfare, conserve and develop the patrimony of the...
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  • Outline of the 1987 Constitution of the Philippines
    Outline of the 1987 Constitution of the Philippines I. PREAMBLE A. The Constitution is ordained and promulgated by the sovereign Filipino people, with the implored aid of God. B. Purposes of creating the Constitution i. To build a just and humane society ...
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  • Saba
    Political Science 1. Meaning of political science 2. Scope of political science 3. Interrelationship with other branches of learning 4. Function and importance of political science 5. Goal in the study of political science courses B. Concepts of State and Government 1. Meaning of State ...
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  • Philippine Constitution
    of the Philippines, replacing Ferdinand E. Marcos. On March 25 of the same year, President Aquino issued Proclamation No. 3 ushering in a provisional government which was revolutionary in nature. Proclamation No. 3 provided for a provisional Constitution, also known as the Freedom Constitution, 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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  • GROUP REPORT
    Albino ARTICLE 6 Legislative Power Vested in Congress The Legislative power or the power to make, alter, or repeal laws is vested in the Congress of the Philippines which shall consist of a Senate and a House of Representatives. Power of Congress Granted by the Constitution The following...
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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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