• Documentary Analysis
    . This paper aims to provide an in-depth analysis of jurisprudence which delved on issues of graft and corruption in the Philippines. It will focus on Supreme Court decisions for the past ten (10) years on graft and corruption related-cases. Likewise, it will attempt to provide recommendations on the...
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  • Graft and Corruption
    113TH INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE 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...
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  • Kaye
    political situation. We only dressed the crocodile with the new suit. PCTC PAPER ON GRAFT AND CORRUPTION A. INTRODUCTION In 1988, graft and corruption in the Philippines was considered as the "biggest problem of all" by Jaime Cardinal Sin, the Archbishop of Manila. Then President Corazon C...
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  • corruption
    President Joseph Ejercito Estrada has vowed to reduce graft and corruption by 80 % before the end of his term. B. SPECIFIC TYPES OF CORRUPTION IN THE PHILIPPINES There are 8 types of corruption frequently practiced in the Philippines namely: tax evasion, ghost projects and payrolls, evasion of public...
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  • Graft and Corruption
    administration of President Joseph Ejercito Estrada has vowed to reduce graft and corruption by 80 % before the end of his term. B. SPECIFIC TYPES OF CORRUPTION IN THE PHILIPPINES There are 8 types of corruption frequently practiced in the Philippines namely: tax evasion, ghost projects and payrolls, evasion...
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  • Term Paper
    CORRUPTION OF THE PHILIPPINES A Term Paper Presented to Septeriano B. Senoc, Jr Surigao State College of Technology In Partial Fulfillment Of the Course Requirements In ENG.102 Communication Arts 2 by Elmer E. Bayhon 5 March 2013 Thesis: Corruption has been defined as the...
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  • 121 Paper
    imperatives in the light of graft and corruption. The paper begins with the effects and causes of corruption and presents some theoretical background of corruption. The purpose of this paper is to examine how the four imperatives of reform can contribute to the fight against corruption and...
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  • Research Paper
    , corruption in the Philippines has reached very alarming levels, and undermined the people’s trust and confidence in the Government and its institutions; WHEREAS, there is an urgent call for the determination of the truth regarding certain reports of large scale graft and corruption in the government...
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  • A Modern Malolos Republic
    country is perceived to be very clean (Transparency International, 2012). Corruption proves to be that longstanding problem that Filipinos and Filipino politicians always face. Of the many means of political corruption in the Philippines today, believed to be among the most rampant are graft, bribery...
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  • Corruption
    Presidential Anti-Graft Commission PCAGC Presidential Commission Against Graft and Corruption Presidential Committee on Effective PCEG Governance PCGG Presidential Commission on Good Governance Philippine Center for Investigative PCIJ Journalism PW Procurement Watch Securities and Exchange Commission...
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  • Public Accountability
    Constitution to “maintain honesty and integrity in the public service and take positive and effective measures against graft and corruption”. In 1989, the Philippine legislature passed Republic Act No. 6713, a law embodying the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees...
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  • Graft and Corruption
    values while in government service. In addition, the State has been mandated by the Constitution to ―maintain honesty and integrity in the public service and take positive and effective measures against graft and corruption‖. In 1989, the Philippine legislature passed Republic Act No. 6713, a law...
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  • Public Administration
    formulation and review, as well as working to advance budget literacy and review capabilities; Government Watch of the Philippines tracks what is spent, which is not necessarily identical to what is allocated – particularly in the presence of prevalent graft and corruption; and finally, Ulat sa Bayan...
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  • Effects of Corruption in the Phil.
    said. Philippine President Joseph Estrada has vowed to modernize agriculture and further improve infrastructure in a bid to stamp out poverty during his term. Estrada has also vowed to abolish the pork barrel funds of congress members and senators -- a major source of graft and corruption in the...
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  • Martial Law
    Studies University of California, San Diego jsyou@ucsd.edu Abstract The paper explores the causal relationships between inequality and corruption through a comparative historical analysis of Korea, Taiwan, and the Philippines. It finds that success and failure of land reform, which was...
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  • Impeachment Process
    BRIEFING PAPER ON THE IMPEACHMENT PROCESS chanrobles.com I. Definition Impeachment is the legal process provided by the 1987 Philippine Constitution to check against abuse of power and commission of offenses by high officials of the country who may not be removed from office through any other...
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  • NEPOTISM
    Jobelyn J.Tija February 10, 2014 BSBM-HRDM 3A “White Paper on Goverrnment Nepotism in the Philippines” Abstract This paper was made to dercribe how nepotism affects the lives of others particularly in the Republic of the Philippines and to call attention to whom might be able to...
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  • Effects of Corruption in the Military
    The Effects of Military Corruption (an Opinion by Emil Jurado Published at the Manila Standard, February 9, 2011) A Reaction Paper Submitted by RAQUEL G. DE LEON A Reaction Paper on “Effects of Corruption in the Military” It is surprising to hear from the news nowadays that the...
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  • Policy Proposal to Further Strengthen Local Fiscal Capabilities
    lack of trust of the people to the BIR is the alledged graft and corruption in the Bureau. Since BIR examiners have direct access to taxpayers and have the power to manipulate tax computations, under the table transactions may occur as the taxpayer would negotiate with the examiner to lessen its...
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  • Term Paper
    discriminations in terms of the poor. How are we going to use our human rights if all of them is hindrances to get it. We need to stop these kinds of corruptions here in our country. Always have confidence to fight for the right. In this statement it shows how corrupt politicians instantly killing us...
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