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Address: Imus, Cavite

 

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Both the Sigaw ng Bayan and the Lambino initiative petitions expressly propose the changing of the form of government from bicameral-presidential to unicameral-parliamentary. Such a proposal may strike as comprehensive, necessitating as it will the reorganization of the executive and legislative branches of government, nevertheless it ineluctably encompasses only a single general subject still. Lastly, I see no objection to the remand to the COMELEC of the petition of Messrs. Lambino and Aumentado and 6.327 million voters, for further examination of the factual requisites before a plebiscite is conducted. On page 4 of the assailed Resolution of the respondent dated August 31, 2006, the COMELEC tentatively expressed its view that “even if the signatures in the instant Petition appear to meet the required minimum per centum of the total number of registered voters”, the COMELEC could not give the Petition due course because of our view that R.A. That, however, is now refuted by Mr. Justice Puno’s scholarly ponencia. Now that we have revisited the Santiago v. COMELEC decision, there is only one clear task for COMELEC. In my view, the only doable option left for the COMELEC, once factual issues are heard and resolved, is to give due course to the petition for the initiative to amend our Constitution so that the sovereign people can vote on whether a parliamentary system of government should replace the present presidential system.

In the same vein, traffic enforcers should flag down vehicles equipped with tires that do not have the PS Mark or fitted with bald or worn-out tires, and then penalize the driver, owner or operator for safety violations. Enforcers from the LTO Flying Squad, the Metro Manila Development Authority , NLEX Highway Patrol, and the local government nits should be on the look-out for these road safety violations, which can claim lives, instead of just looking for violators of minor traffic infractions like numbers coding, which do not pose an immediate danger. You see, if that van was stopped by a highway traffic enforcer from ferrying passengers that fateful day, then those five OFWs would have boarded another vehicle and made it safely to their flight. By this process of log-rolling, the adoption of both provisions could be accomplished and ensured, when neither, if standing alone, could succeed on its own merits.

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But this tax will only be applicable on actual importations after January 1 and will not apply to any other importations made prior to that date. Malacañang pointed out that because of this situation, there was a big chance that the Philippine Government might lose an estimated P30 million to P40 million in revenue from this tax alone because importers have been, and are, getting releases of their importations on “trust receipts” payable during January or after, next year. As the 17 per cent Exchange Tax Law automatically ceases after December 31, 1955, when these “trust receipts” become due and payable in January, there will be no law which will give the government authority to enforce payment or collection of the tax. The President also informed Tuason that he had asked Pangasinan Gov. Conrado Estrella to undertake a personal inspection of Guevara’s farm in Pangasinan to determine how much land had been planted to garlic. Estrella left this morning for Pangasinan accompanied by representatives of the PCAC and the ACCFA.

  • The Cabinet had laid down the same conditions precedent for the importation of tobacco.
  • Amendments to this Constitution may likewise be directly proposed by the people though initiative upon a petition of at least twelve per centum of the total number of registered voters, of which every legislative district must be represented by at least three per centum of the registered voters therein.
  • 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.
  • There shall exist, upon the ratification of these amendments, an interim Parliament which shall continue until the Members of the regular Parliament shall have been elected and shall have qualified.
  • 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.

Since a revision of a constitution affects basic principles, or several provisions of a constitution, a deliberative body with recorded proceedings is best suited to undertake a revision. A revision requires harmonizing not only several provisions, but also the altered principles with those that remain unaltered. Thus, constitutions normally authorize deliberative bodies like constituent assemblies or constitutional conventions to undertake revisions. On the other hand, constitutions allow people’s initiatives, which do not have fixed and identifiable deliberative bodies or recorded proceedings, to undertake only amendments and not revisions. We can visualize amendments and revisions as a spectrum, at one end green for amendments and at the other end red for revisions. Towards the middle of the spectrum, colors fuse and difficulties arise in determining whether there is an amendment or revision.

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For factories other than the Decatur plant, the rate approached 100 claims per million tires for tires produced from 1993 to 1995. For Wilderness AT tires from Decatur, the rate of injury and property damage claims was more than 50 per million tires produced in 1996 and close to that level for tires produced in 1997. While there have been very few claims for Decatur-made Wilderness tires produced since 1998, these have not been on the road long enough for many claims to be received. Ford has noted that there have been no reports of accidents or fatalities linked to tread separations among 500,000 E xplorers made in the mid-1990s and equipped with G oodyear tires. Federal records show that through the end of ‘last’ year, there were only three tire-related deaths in 1996 and 1997 involving Ford E xplorers equipped at the factory with G oodyear tires, compared with 26 such deaths involving E xplorers from those two model years equipped with Firestone tiresxix. However, conversations with tire makers reveal that Firestone’s focus on the “small but wide” 15-inch SUV tire at least partly explains why the reported accidents have been limited mostly to Ford vehicles. The smaller the tire the higher is the stress.” Officials of other auto makers whose vehicles are equipped with tires similar to the Firestone models – G eneral Motors Corp., Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. – said the specifications for their tires in most cases differed from Ford’sxviii.

A petition for an initiative on the 1987 Constitution must have at least twelve per centum (12%) of the total number of registered voters as signatories, of which every legislative district must be represented by at least three per centum (3%) of the registered voters therein. To allow such change in the fundamental law is to set adrift the Constitution in unchartered waters, to be tossed and turned by every dominant political group of the day. If this Court allows today a cavalier change in the Constitution outside the constitutionally prescribed modes, tomorrow the new dominant political group that comes will demand its own set of changes in the same cavalier and unconstitutional fashion. A revolving-door constitution does not augur well for the rule of law in this country. However, there can be no fixed rule on whether a change is an amendment or a revision. A change in a single word of one sentence of the Constitution may be a revision stole my deposit and not an amendment. For example, the substitution of the word “republican” with “monarchic” or “theocratic” in Section 1, Article II50 of the Constitution radically overhauls the entire structure of government and the fundamental ideological basis of the Constitution. Thus, each specific change will have to be examined case-by-case, depending on how it affects other provisions, as well as how it affects the structure of government, the carefully crafted system of checks-and-balances, and the underlying ideological basis of the existing Constitution. The express intent of the framers and the plain language of the Constitution contradict the Lambino Group’s theory. Where the intent of the framers and the language of the Constitution are clear and plainly stated, courts do not deviate from such categorical intent and language.45 Any theory espousing a construction contrary to such intent and language deserves scant consideration.

Regarding the verification of the signatures of registered voters, this Office has previously issued two separate certifications for the 2nd and 3rd Districts of Davao City on April 20, 2006 and April 26, 2006, respectively, specifically relating to the voters who supported the people’s initiative. It was stated therein that the names submitted, comprising 22,668 individual voters in the 2nd District and 18,469 individual voters in the 3rd District, were found be registered voters of the respective districts mentioned as verified by this Office based on the Computerized List of Voters. At the very least, the power to propose substantial amendments to the Constitution is shared with the people. We should accord the most benign treatment to the sovereign power of the people to propose substantial amendments to the Constitution especially when the proposed amendments will adversely affect the interest of some members of Congress.

  • That approval included the prescribed modes for amending or revising the Constitution.
  • The result is a grand deception on the 6.3 million signatories who were led to believe that the proposed changes would require the holding in 2007 of elections for the regular Parliament simultaneously with the local elections.
  • Following Justice Puno’s clear demonstration why Santiago should not be respected as precedent, I agree that the COMELEC’s failure to take cognizance of the petitions as mandated by Rep. Act No. 6735 constitutes grave abuse of discretion correctible through the petitions before this Court.
  • We feel compelled to observe, though, that by reason of the ambiguous terminology employed in Executive Order No. 561, the power to assume jurisdiction granted to the COSLAP provides an ideal breeding ground for forum shopping, as we shall explain subsequently.

Thus, all the present members of the House will remain members of the interim Parliament after 30 June 2010. Thus, of the 6.3 million signatories, only 100,000 signatories could have received with certainty one copy each of the petition, assuming a 100 percent distribution with no wastage. Lambino and company attached one copy of the petition to each signature sheet, only 100,000 signature sheets could have circulated with the petition. Assuming ten people signed each of these 100,000 signature sheets with the attached petition, the maximum number of people who saw the petition before they signed the signature sheets would not exceed 1,000,000.

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Headed by Pedro Pasia of Cuenca, president of the Batangas Mayors’ League, the group included Mayors Rafael Amorao of Mabini, Pedro Castillo of Alitagtag, Jacinto Mendoza of Agoncillo, Florentino Macatañgay of Lobo, Mariano Venturansa of Lemery, and Pedro Gonzales of Tanauan. Later, the President reiterated to Rep. Godofredo Ramos of Capiz, House ways and means committee chairman, over the telephone, that he was opposed to new or increased taxes which would have to be borne by the people in general, especially the masses. Col. Fajardo was the commanding officer of the troops on parade composed of the 9th Inf. Under Col. Antonio de Veyra, the 11th Field Artillery Battalion and the newly-formed 8th Inf. Observers were impressed with the performance of some of the P-51’s equipped with rockets which had to pull up from dives in a steep fast climb to avoid the shrapnels of the powerful rockets they had just dropped. Twenty minutes later, the artillery barrage lifted and formations of P-51 fighter-bombers took turns diving over the target area, strafing and bombing “enemy” positions.
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If herein petitioners, led by PIRMA, succeed in proving—not just alleging—that six million voters of this country indeed want to amend the Constitution, what power on earth can stop them? Not this Court, not the Comelec, not even the President or Congress. “Where the initiators have substantially complied with the above requirements, they may thence file the petition with the Comelec which is tasked to determine the sufficiency thereof and to verify the signatures on the basis of the registry list of voters, voters’ affidavits and voters’ identification cards. In deciding whether the petition is sufficient, the Comelec shall also determine if the proposition is proper for an initiative, i.e., if it consists of an amendment, not a revision, of the Constitution. Any decision of the electoral body may be appealed to the Supreme Court within thirty days from notice. The Supreme Court of California enjoined the submission of the proposed measure to the electors for ratification because it was not an “amendment” but a “revision” which could only be proposed by a convention. That RA 6735 has failed to validly implement the people’s right to directly propose constitutional amendments through the system of initiative had already been conclusively settled in Santiago as well as in PIRMA. Heeding these decisions, several lawmakers, including no less than Solicitor General Antonio Eduardo Nachura when he was then a member of the House of Representatives,25 have filed separate bills to implement the system of initiative under Section 2, Article XVII of the Constitution. The opinion of the minority that there was no doctrine enunciated by the Court in PIRMA has no basis.

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The President said among the things to be looked into was whether Guevara himself had directed or tolerated the resale by his tenants of the garlic which he had ordered. Endencia was the first secretary of education under President Magsaysay’s administration. After serving in the Cabinet for some months, he was returned to the Court of Appeals, from which he had been pulled, as presiding justice. Among the licenses confirmed by the Cabinet was that issued to the Victorias Milling Co. to ship sugar to the Netherlands for certain commodities. This application previously had been opposed by two local radio manufacturing companies, the Radio Electronics Headquarters Company , and the Radiowealth Co., on the ground that the importation of finished radios which were among the goods sought to be imported by the milling company would discourage the manufacture and assembly of local radios. The Cabinet amended the license to require the importation of spare parts rather than finished radios. The President made it clear that no license would be issued unless local tobacco manufacturers signed a performance bond binding them to buy all the 33 million pounds of tobacco to be produced locally next year. The President also instructed Budget Commissioner Dominador Aytona to release P50,000 for the constructional the V. Mapa Street extension, as requested by the city officials.
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Lambino admitted this during the oral arguments, and this admission binds the Lambino Group. This fact is also obvious from a mere reading of the signature sheet. My signature herein which shall form part of the petition for initiative to amend the Constitution signifies my support for the filing thereof. Yet from another angle, it may be said that when the Parañaque court acquired jurisdiction over the said issue, it excluded all other courts of concurrent jurisdiction from acquiring jurisdiction over the same. To hold otherwise would be to risk instances where courts of concurrent jurisdiction might have conflicting orders.

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Under this form of government, the system of checks and balances is emasculated. Earlier, it was mentioned that Article XVII, by the use of the terms “amendment” and “revision,” clearly makes a differentiation not only between the two terms but also between two procedures and their respective fields of application. In that case, a “purported initiative amendment” to the State Constitution of California, then being proposed to be submitted to the electors for ratification, was sought to be enjoined. The proposed measure, denominated as “California Bill of Rights,” comprised a single new article with some 208 subsections which would repeal or substantially alter at least 15 of the 25 articles of the California State Constitution and add at least four new topics. Among the likely effects of the proposed measure were to curtail legislative and judicial functions, legalize gaming, completely revise the taxation system and reduce the powers of cities, counties and courts.

Petitioner alleges that sometime in 1993, private respondents entered the Dominican Hills property allocated to UNITED and constructed houses thereon. Petitioner was able to secure a demolition order from the city mayor. But there are questions about the law’s constitutionality and its applicability to Trump’s election if he is convicted. The search warrant was supposed to have been filed under seal, the details of which have not been made public at this time . A federal court in West Palm Beach lists only one application for a search warrant that has been sealed since June, and was still sealed as of Friday, according to the court’s public case register. “Hostage diplomacy relies on the pretense of law to feign a legitimate process,” says Gilbert. “The Philippines government is depending on Americans’ own respect for the rule of law to mask their intention to use Griner for leverage.” Brittney Griner’s trial for allegedly taking hashish oil into Russia is scheduled to begin Friday. At that point it will have been 134 days since the WNBA star was taken into custody while trying to enter the country through a Moscow-area airport. But before the trial even begins, U.S. experts and officials say Griner will be the subject of a show trial, and a guilty verdict is almost a certainty.