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Present Address; One Rockwell, Makati City

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Address: Imus, Cavite 

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Present Address: Imus, Cavite

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Permanent Address: 2026 Leveriza, Fourth Pasay, Manila 
Present Address: Naic, Cavite

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Present Address: Grass Residences, Quezon City 

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Permanent address: Rivergreen City Residences, Sta. Ana, Manila

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#9 Daniel Boco

Address: Imus, Cavite

 

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Permanent Address: Blk. 4 Lot 30, Daisy St. Lancaster Residences, Alapaan II-A, Imus, Cavite 
Present Address: Pasay City

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Congress should not tarry any longer in complying with the constitutional mandate to provide for the implementation of the right of the people under that system. If the Constitution is the expression of the will of the sovereign people, then, in the event that the people change their will, so must the Constitution be revised or amended to reflect such change. Resultantly, the right to revise or amend the Constitution inherently resides in the sovereign people whose will it is supposed to express and embody. The Constitution itself, under Article XVII, provides for the means by which the revision or amendment of the Constitution may be proposed and ratified. The foregoing enumeration negates the claim that “the big bulk of the 1987 Constitution will not be affected.”51 Petitioners’ proposition, while purportedly seeking to amend only Articles VI and VII of the Constitution and providing transitory provisions, will, in fact, affect, alter, replace or repeal other numerous articles and sections thereof. More than the quantitative effects, however, the revisory character of petitioners’ proposition is apparent from the qualitative effects it will have on the fundamental law. Further, the framers of the Constitution deliberately omitted the term “revision” in Section 2, Article XVII of the Constitution because it was their intention to reserve the power to propose a revision of the Constitution to Congress or the constitutional convention. Stated in another manner, it was their manifest intent that revision thereof shall not be undertaken through the system of initiative. Instead, the revision of the Constitution shall be done either by Congress or by a constitutional convention.

  • It asserted that the permanent injunction covers not only the Delfin Petition, but also all other petitions involving constitutional initiatives.
  • This Court, whose members are sworn to defend and protect the Constitution, cannot shirk from its solemn oath and duty to insure compliance with the clear command of the Constitution―that a people’s initiative may only amend, never revise, the Constitution.
  • Lambino admitted this during the oral arguments, and this admission binds the Lambino Group.
  • We hope that the new trade arrangements which will go into effect with the New Year will stimulate and strengthen the economy.
  • Director of Mines Gozon was called by the President to shed light on some mining prospects in the country.
  • Citibank should have known that withdrawal slips were not negotiable instruments.

The President has pointed out that the No-Dollar Import Law was intended to conserve the country’s dollar resources and to fortify the economy, and that this spirit should be reflected in barter transactions. There have been reports to the effect that some boards of canvassers had deliberately certified wrong election returns. The President said that this was one way of frustrating the people’s will and it should not be tolerated. He said that if the guilty parties were punished, frauds would not he committed again in future elections. The act of amending a constitution, on the other hand, envisages a change of only a few specific provisions. The intention of an act to amend is not to consider the advisability of changing the entire constitution or of considering that possibility.

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In contrast, the traditional mode of changing the constitution is known as “indirect democracy” because the amendments are referred to the voters by the legislature or the constitutional convention. This drives home the point that the people’s initiative is not meant for revisions of the Constitution but only for amendments. A shift from the present Bicameral-Presidential to a Unicameral-Parliamentary system requires harmonizing several provisions in many articles of the Constitution. Revision of the Constitution through a people’s initiative will only result in gross absurdities in the Constitution. Revision broadly implies a change that alters a basic principle in the constitution, like altering the principle of separation of powers or the system of checks-and-balances.
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The punishment meted out to Jimenez carried with it forfeiture of all leave and retirement privileges with prejudice to reinstatement in the government service. Malacañang announced today that President Magsaysay has signed Administrative Order No. 161 under which Alberto Jimenez was considered resigned from office as provincial fiscal of Leyte effective December 8, 1954, the date of his original suspension. Secretary Hernandez proposed that the centers be financed from “blocked pesos” consisting of unremitted profits of branches of foreign corporations in the Philippines. Hernandez’ proposal was in connection with the plan of Central Bank Governor Miguel Cuaderno to invest these unremitted profits amounting to about P80 million in the development of small industries. The President, however, advised Manahan and Villa to submit the terms for approval of the secretary of finance and the MRR board of directors. Customs Commissioner Manuel Manahan, in recommending the extension, said that a transition period was necessary in view of the congestion of cargoes at the piers at this time of the year. He also pointed out that because the Laurel-Langley Agreement would be in operation beginning January 1, American goods entering the country would then be subject to inspection for the purpose of imposing the necessary duties, thus increasing pier congestion. Cuaderno said that if foreign investors utilized their profits in buying native products for sale in the United States, they would be allowed to retain in the U. Under the Exchange Control regulations, part of the profits of foreign investors can be sent out of the country if they are used to purchase native products for sale in the U. THE President denied that he had cleared Judge Guevara of liability in the garlic case.

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Mindanao is a curious place; at times it felt like it’s close neighbor Indonesia across the sea, and yet the Latino/Catholic influence gave it a definite Central American feel and at times I felt like I wasn’t in Asia at all. The government could easily defeat the radical elements that remain, if it so desired. But their very existence allows the government to hype the power of the Muslim insurgency and inflame the issue whenever they want to deflect the publics’ opinion away from other domestic issues. Besides which, the war attracts a large sum of Military Aid from The US, who in turn are able to prolong their presence in The Philippines under the flag of ‘War on Terror’. The present rules and regulations of the Central Bank in the implementation of the 17 per cent exchange tax provide that the importer must pay the 17 per cent exchange tax at the time that he liquidates his draft in his bank. The importer, however, may defer payment of his tax by not liquidating his draft but by merely requesting release of documents from his bank from a “trust receipt” ranging from 60 to 120 days. In reply to their petition, the President said that the ACCFA should not construct rice and corn milk in places where Filipinos were already operating their own mills, provided, however, that the farmers were not exploited by the mill owners. He also said that the FACOMA should continue constructing mills in places where no mills are available or where they were being operated by aliens. The President telephoned ACCFA Administrator Osmundo Mondoñedo, informing him of his decision on this matter.

Needless to state, the dismissal of the PIRMA petition which was based on res judicata binds only PIRMA but not the petitioners. The fact that some persons or entities joined as parties in the PIRMA petition but were not parties in Santiago v. COMELEC does not affect the operation of the prior judgment against those parties to the PIRMA Petition who were likewise parties in Santiago v. COMELEC, as they are bound by such prior judgment. No amount of semantics may then shield herein petitioners PIRMA and the PEDROSAS, as well as the others joining them, from the operation of the principle of res judicata, which needs no further elaboration. There necessarily exists, in every government, a power from which there is no appeal, and which, for that reason, may be termed supreme, absolute, and uncontrollable. But we know what happened during the 20 years under the Marcos administration. So, if the National Assembly, in a manner of speaking, is operating under the thumb of the Prime Minister or the President as the case may be, and the required number of votes could not be obtained, we would have to provide for a safety valve in order that the people could ventilate in a very peaceful way their desire for amendment to the Constitution. On the other hand, referendum, Mr. Speaker, is the power of the people to approve or reject something that Congress has already approved. With the legislative powers of the President gone, we alone, together with the Senators when they are minded to agree with us, are left with the burden of enacting the needed legislation. House Bill No. 21505, as reported out by the Committee on Suffrage and Electoral Reforms last December 14, 1988, Mr. Speaker, is the response to such a constitutional duty.

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Section 3 of Executive Order 561 patently indicates that the COSLAP’s dispositions are binding on administrative or executive agencies. Prior enactments enumerated its member agencies among which it was to exercise a coordinating function. To the extent that the instant case is denominated as one for declaratory relief, we initially clarify that we do not possess original jurisdiction to entertain such petitions. Prayed for damages, injunction and annulment of the said Memorandum of Agreement between UNITED and HIGC. Upon motion of UNITED, the trial court in an Order dated May 27, 1996 dismissed Civil Case No. 3382-R. A graduate of Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications at UNO-R in 1983, he has worked for News at Seven of GMA Magnitude 10 as News writer and Technical Director; as News writer for Firestone hourly news for MGK 103 FM of Westwind Broadcasting Corporation; as News writer and Anchorman for DYEZ AM of Manila Broadcasting Corporation. All his media exposures prepared him for the greater task he held when he joined the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation ac Anchor, Reporter. Cameraman of the top rated TV Patrol 4, Winner of the KBP Golden Dove Award for Best Provincial TV Newscast and Hoy Gising, also a winner of the KBP Golden Dove Award for Best Provincial Public Service Program.
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When asked if his group also circulated the draft of their amended petition filed on 30 August 2006 with the COMELEC, Atty. Lambino changed his answer and stated that what his group circulated was the draft of the 30 August 2006 amended petition, not the draft of the 25 August 2006 petition. The full text of the proposed amendments may be either written on the face of the petition, or attached to it. If so attached, the petition must state the fact of such attachment. This is an assurance that every one of the several millions of signatories to the petition had seen the full text of the proposed amendments before signing. Otherwise, it is physically impossible, given the time constraint, to prove that every one of the millions of signatories had seen the full text of the proposed amendments before signing. It has criminals been held that forum shopping is evident where the elements of litis pendentia or res judicata are present. Private respondents’ subterfuge comes to naught, for the effects of res judicata or litis pendentia may not be avoided by varying the designation of the parties or changing the form of the action or adopting a different mode of presenting one’s case. «Quasi-judicial function» is a term which applies to the actions, discretion, etc. of public administrative officers or bodies, who are required to investigate facts, or ascertain the existence of facts, hold hearings, and draw conclusions from them, as a basis for their official action and to exercise discretion of a judicial nature.» The Commission shall promulgate such rules of procedure as will insure expeditious resolution and action on the above cases.

It observed that the proposal would alter the checks and balances inherent in such plan, by delegating far-reaching and mixed powers to an independent commission created under the proposed measure. Consequently, the proposal in McFadden was not only deemed as broad and numerous in physical scope, but was also held as having a substantive effect on the fundamental governmental plan of the State of California. The omnibus statement that all provisions under Articles VI and VII which are inconsistent with a unicameral-parliamentary system of government shall be deemed amended is equally bothersome. The statement does not specify what these inconsistencies and amendments may be, such that everyone is left to guess the provisions that could eventually be affected by the proposed changes. The subject and scope of these automatic amendments cannot even be spelled out with certainty. There is thus no reasonable measure of its impact on the other constitutional provisions. Unfortunately, given the highly politicized charge of the times, it has been peddled that an act or vote that assists the initiative process is one for the willful extinction of democracy or democratic institutions.

According to the dissenting opinion, the sufficiency of the petition for initiative and its compliance with the requirements of RA 6735 on initiative and its implementing rules is a question that should be resolved by the COMELEC at the first instance. But whatever results the revisions may produce, the factor that characterizes it as an act of revision is the original intention and plan authorized to be carried out. Under Section 2, Article XVII, amendments to the Constitution may be likewise directly proposed by the people through initiative. The Delfin petition insufficient as it did not contain the required number of signatures of registered voters.

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In the Philippine setting, this Court has likewise refused to be straitjacketed by the stare decisis rule in order to promote public welfare. In La Bugal-B’laan Tribal Association, Inc. v. Ramos,34 we reversed our original ruling that certain provisions of the Mining Law are unconstitutional. Similarly, in Secretary of Justice v. Lantion,35 we overturned our first ruling and held, on motion for reconsideration, that a private respondent is bereft of the right to notice and hearing during the evaluation stage of the extradition process. While the COMELEC was also the respondent in Santiago, the petitioners in that case and those in this case are different. More significantly, there is no identity of causes of action in the two cases. Santiago involved amendments to Sections 4 and 7 of Article VI, Section 4 of Article VII and Section 8 of Article X of the Constitution while the present petition seeks to amend Sections 1to 7 of Article VI and Sections 1 to 4 of the 1987 Constitution.
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