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Political Problem In The Philippines Essays and Term Papers

  • Philippine Problems

    able or poor? In today’s social integration, what is your stand? In the Philippine’s state today, what can you say? In the growth of the country’s problems in every aspect, what can you do? In this essay, I will make my stand. It is said that man cannot live in bread alone. Man is social person, able...

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  • problems in the philippines

     The top 3 problems of the Philippines is, one, poverty. Poverty is common in our country. We are doom of poverty because there are many poor families and we have slow progress in our economy. Yes, we have government to help us and the poor people and families out there but there are so many of them...

    600 Words | 1 Pages

  • Political Dynasties Reign in the Philippines

    A Reflection on Philippine Politics “Political Dynasties Reign in the Philippines” According to Renaldo Mendoza, executive director of the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) Policy Center, “political dynasties continue to monopolize political power in many local governments like provinces, municipalities...

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  • Political Dynasties in the Philippines

    False Democracy: Political Dynasty The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines dynasty as a powerful group or family that maintains its position for a considerable time. In the Philippines, according to a research by the Center for People Empowerment and Governance, we have about 250 political families who have...

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  • Political Stability in the Philippines for 2011

    Political stability following the May 2010 election of President Benigno Aquino III is soothing investors' worries about Philippine stocks, and may translate into lasting market gains. Aquino, son of the late President Corazon Aquino and slain political leader Benigno Aquino Jr., rose to power on...

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  • The Political Environment of the Philippines

    The Political Environment of the Philippines Historical Facts: The Philippines overcame many obstacles in history that reshaped the political environment of modern times. The Philippine islands have a strong Spanish influence. Records in history date back to 1521 where Ferdinand Magellan colonized...

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  • Reflection on Political Map (Philippines

    For me, the social system of the Philippines is neither conservative or liberated, maybe both. Because there are conservative people that still uses old practices and beliefs. There are also liberated people that go with the new world, they do what Americans and other races do. They also do not treasure...

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  • Modern Political Issues in the Philippines

    having to find out that we are actually settling our brotherly disputes in a bully’s yard. 2. Does Philippines have rightful ownership over Sabah? Cite legal and Historical Basis. Philippines is the rightful owner of North Borneo. Historical Perspective: North Borneo was originally owned by...

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  • Political Philosophy of the Philippines

    ANALYSIS OF THE PRESENT POLITICAL PHILOSPHY (PRESIDENT BENIGNO SIMEON “NOYNOY” AQUINO JR.) 2011 Graft and Corruption has always been a big problem for the Philippines. Many presidents (if not all) in the past, are solidly accused of creating and approving projects of which the budget is way more...

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  • Political Structure of the Philippines

    | Laos | Demokratiko | Choummaly Sayasone | Malaysia | Limitadong Monarkiya | Abdul Halim | Myanmar | Parlamentaryo | Thein Sein | Philippines | Demokratiko | Benigno Aquino III | Singapore | Parlamentaryo | Tony Tan Keng Yam | Thailand | Limitadong Monarkiya | Bhumibol Adulyadej...

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  • Philippine Political Thoughts

    PHILIPPINE POLITICAL THOUGHTS Political Thinkers    Ideas are meant not to immortalize history but rather to make sense of it.  The manufacture of such ideas is influenced by circumstances that shape it and also, the vital thoughts of their authors.  If we are to analyze our history, we could see that...

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  • Political Dynasty in the Philippines

    Politics in the Philippines has been under the control of a few notable families. It is normal for a politician's son, wife, brother, or other kinsman, to run for the same or other government office. The term coined by Filipinos to describe this practice is "Political dynasty", the equivalent of an oligarchy...

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  • Political Economy - Philippines

    Political Economy Economics, in its most general sense, is the science of scarcity. It deals with the allocation and distribution of limited resources to the economic elements concerned. The distribution of these resources is however a complex process involving supply and demand. The trade of goods...

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  • POLITICAL DYNASTIES IN THE PHILIPPINES

    POLITICAL DYNASTIES IN THE PHILIPPINES Last 2011, Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago introduced the Senate Bill 2649, also known as Anti-dynasty bill which guarantees the Article II, Section 26 of the 1987 Constitution of the Philippines which states that “The state shall guarantee equal access to opportunities...

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  • Political Dynasty in the Philippines

    Political Dynasty in the Philippines In our discussion so far on the Philippines we have seen how the political system was captured by an oligarchy whose consolidation was greatly facilitated by the way the US set up their colony. Marcos tried to break the oligarchy, but he failed and indeed if anything...

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  • Philippine Social and Political Issues

    ABSTRACT Political and Social Apathy, there are two faces of apathy. The first considers apathy as a choice and participation in public life a consequence of one's affirmative use of freedom. The second face of apathy arises when citizens are led to believe that their personal needs are not...

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  • Corruption as a Political Challenge in Philippines

    CORRUPTION AS A POLITICAL CHALLENGE IN PHILIPPINES By Romil Jagunap I. INTRODUCTION Philippines held its 15th presidential election last May 10, 2010. The obvious winner of the said election was Mr. Benigno “Noynoy” Aguino III. He won by landslide garnering 42% from more than 36...

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  • Political System of the Philippines

    Political System of the Philippines The political system of the Philippines occurs within an organized framework of a presidential, representative, and democratic republic with the president as both the head of state and the head of government within a pluriform multi-party system. The three brunches...

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  • political dynimics in the philippines

    Barack Obama 1. Political Process: President Obama won re-election, not by going after independent voters, but by going after emerging groups in the U.S. population. By race, age and gender, voters made clear that America is made up of many parts, and the Obama team captured more of them, and delivered...

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  • World and Philippine Problems

    5 CONTEMPORARY WORLD PROBLEMS Global Financial Crisis The global financial crisis, brewing for a while, really started to show its effects in the middle of 2007 and into 2008. Around the world stock markets have fallen, large financial institutions have collapsed or been bought out, and governments...

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