• The Philippines and Democracy
    Philippines. All this and much more have shaped the current state of the Philippines. Problems facing the Philippines The current government continues to face problems with in the Philippines. Corruption and political culture plague the advancement of true democracy. The old structure of...
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  • Example of Narrative Report of Ojt of Computer Science Students
    -President Quezon, in his inaugural address focused on the political process of change. THE PROBLEM OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY MacArthur’s defense plan envisioned the organization of a citizen army composed of two forces: 1.a regular force of the Philippine Constabulary 2.and a resrve force...
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  • Political Turncoatism
    kept on thinking about something that is obviously a problem but of which its manifestations is not usually bothered and studied of and for that no actual reforms are passed to alter the problem. I decided to think of the wrongs and liabilities of the political dynamics in the Philippines. I...
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  • Electoral Process in the Philippines
    historical conflict factors. Licit and Illicit interests motivate politicians to win. The problem of the state is its weakness in the institutions that enables use of violence to achieve political gains. As government of the Philippines take an action by enabling to solidify and expand effective means...
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  • The Philippine Massacre
    Philippine massacre Title: Counter-Terrorism does more harm than benefit for a nation. Introduction The Philippine massacre has been dubbed as the worst political killing in Philippine history, speculated to have been spiraled by laws approved by the Philippine government. A law passed to combat...
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  • political dynasties
    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...
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  • Political Dynasty: an Oligarchy
    , and patronage politics was a common undertaking. Some pointed that the oligarchy is the root problem of all the corruption in the Philippines. The Article II, Section 26, explicitly prohibiting political dynasties but it indeed requires an enabling law. The most recent attempt to past a law...
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  • Philippine Politics
    Rdno Mini Libraray for giving me ideas and elaborated explanations about my preferred topic. I thank you all. God Bless… Jida Mascardo INTRODUCTION Political dynasties in the Philippine Politics in the Philippines...
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  • Political Family
    authority. Despite the apparent influence and significant factor of the family upon wider society and its politics, most historians, both Filipino and foreign, have ignored this problem. According to Schneider (1969, 109-110), instead of studying and analyzing the Philippine political history through...
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  • Bti 2010
    to avoid being perceived as a “lame duck” president. Her close political allies have continually given thought to amending the constitution so as to extend her term in office beyond 2010. History and Characteristics of Transformation The Philippines’ experience with the goals of democracy and...
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  • Parliamentarian of the Street
    OSD Lontoc, Arvin Karol U. W2A Subj: Poligov June 13,2012 A#1 (“Parliamentarian of the street”) Question: Give or cite five (5) political and economic problems encountered by the Philippines today. Discuss briefly but substantially one problem, and point out the cause of it and cite the...
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  • Phil His
    , problems of underdevelopment and poverty, and social dissatisfaction are some of the main issues that have given rise to insurrections in the country.          The longest running insurgencies in the country are being waged by the Communist Party of the Philippines - New People’s Army (CPP-NPA...
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  • Breaking from Imperial Manila: an Analysis of the Proposed Federal-Parliamentary Governmen
    . Abueva, University of the Philippines Professor Emeritus of Political Science, on the proposed federal-parliamentary system of government for the Philippines. A federal-parliamentary system must be implemented in the Philippines for it will solve the recurring societal problems and conflicts brought...
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  • Social Study (Thesis paper)
    political arena . Many have called for the Congress to pass the Anti-Dynasty Law, but this bill has been passed over by each Congress since 1987. Some have pointed thatoligarchy is the root problem of all the corruption in the Philippine government. Despite the entry of the Party List System in the 11th...
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  • reaction paper
    . Does the administration of President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III able to maintain the rapid economic growth while making the Philippine Economy more inclusive? We know that today there are such political affairs and economic problems that our country facing. This...
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  • Political Parties
    Good morning ladies and gentlemen. "Let it be resolved that political dynasties be banned in the Philippines" Political dynasties are the building blocks of Philippine politics. Major political parties such as the ruling Liberal Party, United Nationalist Alliance and Nacionalista Party merely...
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  • Political Compilation
    Philippines - National College of Public Administration, De La Salle University, and Ateneo de Manila University who are among the most dedicated scholars on dynasties, politics, and elections in the country. Mendoza, however, said the Philippines was not alone in having the problem of political dynasty...
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  • Politics and Development in Asia
    infantile stages (as seen in Philippine society) had helped to consolidate and unify the different levels of society to enact political change that would help in the betterment of the country. Revolution being the catalyst for political change in Asia has helped foster the spread of independent...
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  • AGRARIAN REPORT AND PHILIPPINE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT
    AGRARIAN REFORM AND PHILIPPINE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT Susan Evangelista-Leones1 Frede Gumera Moreno2 ABSTRACT Landownership problem and control of resources remains as a political development issue in the Philippines. Agrarian reform is a necessary condition for agricultural...
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  • Taxation
    . Government adopted it as astrategy to promote social justice and to build the foundation of broad-basedgrowth and sustainable development.For about sixty-five years, the problem of landownership and control of resources continue to be a political development issue in the Philippines. Thefact that the...
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