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After all, the Court has consistently adhered to a liberal interpretation of the one-subject, one-title rule.22 There is no cause to adopt a stricter interpretative rule with regard to the one-subject rule under Section 10 of Rep. Act No. 6735. I maintain that even if Rep. Act No. 6735 is truly “inadequate”, the Court in Santiago should not have simply let the insufficiency stand given that it was not minded to invalidate the law itself. The previous failure by the Court to “fill the open spaces” in Santiago further highlights that decision’s status as an unfortunate aberration. 35 Section 5 – 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. Initiative on the Constitution may be exercised only after five years from the ratification of the 1987 Constitution and only once every five years thereafter.
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Gen. Jesus Vargas, Armed Forces chief of staff, assisted the President in presenting the awards. The Medal for Valor was awarded to Sgt. Camacho and to Cpl. Martillana at a ceremony held at the Malacañang grounds in the presence of relatives of the two heroes and high ranking officials of the Government and the Army. As the children were accompanied by at least two persons, the festival committee and the Presidential Guards Battalion estimated the total crowd present at Malacañang grounds at around 75,000, the biggest ever to assemble in Malacañang. President Magsaysay today named Judge Salvador Esguerra, Malacañang legal adviser, to take over the investigation of the garlic transaction involving Judge Guillermo B. Guevara. December 22.—EARLY this morning, the President received at Malacañang Mayor Arsenio H. Lacson of Manila, who called to reiterate his request for the transfer of the government radio station DZFM from the City Hall. Lacson said the transfer of the station was necessary to remedy the congestion of office space in the City Hall. The President told Lacson the DZFM had reserved space in the GSIS building, now under construction, for its new quarters. UPON recommendation of Education Secretary Gregorio Hernandez, the President signed at the Cabinet meeting the reinstatement papers of Private Schools Director Daniel Salcedo, who had been acquitted by the Manila court of first instance of electioneering charges in connection with the 1953 polls. Hernandez said that with Salcedo’s acquittal, administrative charges against him which had been based on the criminal charge, would automatically be dismissed.

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The only basis used by the COMELEC to dismiss the petition for initiative was this Court’s ruling in Santiago v. COMELEC that R.A. It has yet to rule on the sufficiency of the form and substance of the petition. I respectfully submit that this issue should be properly litigated before the COMELEC where both parties will be given full opportunity to prove their allegations. As envisioned in the bill, the initiative comes from the people, from registered voters of the country, by presenting a proposition so that the people can then submit a petition, which is a piece of paper that contains the proposition. The proposition in the example I have been citing is whether there should be direct elections during the barangay elections. So the petition must be filed in the appropriate agency and the proposition must be clear stated. It can be tedious but that is how an effort to have direct democracy operates. The third mode of initiative, Mr. Speaker, refers to a petition proposing to enact regional, provincial, city, municipal or barangay laws or ordinances.
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If for example the implementing law also provides that certain provisions of the Constitution may not be amended through initiative, that prohibition should not be sustained. Congress is tasked with the implementation, and not the restriction of the right to initiative. – The power of the people under a system of initiative and referendum to directly propose, enact, approve or reject, in whole or in part, the Constitution, laws, ordinances, or resolutions passed by any legislative body upon compliance with the requirements of this Act is hereby affirmed, recognized and guaranteed. I shall discuss the above issues together since they are interrelated and inseparable. The determination of whether petitioners are proper parties to file the petition for initiative in behalf of the alleged 6.3 million voters will require an examination of whether they have complied with the provisions of Section 2, Article XVII of the Constitution. Although the doctrine of stare decisis does not prevent re-examining and, if need be, overruling prior decisions, “It is x x x a fundamental jurisprudential policy that prior applicable precedent usually must be followed even though the case, if considered anew, might be decided differently by the current justices. — The power of the people under a system of initiative and referendum to directly propose, enact, approve or reject, in whole or in part, the Constitution, laws, ordinances, or resolutions passed by any legislative body upon compliance with the requirements of this Act is hereby affirmed, recognized and guaranteed. The leading case in deciding whether a court should follow the stare decisis rule in constitutional litigations is Planned Parenthood v. Casey.37 It established a 4-pronged test. The framers of the Constitution intended to give the people the power to propose amendments and the people themselves are now giving vibrant life to this constitutional provision.

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I agree with Justice Puno that Santiago v. COMELEC1 and PIRMA v. COMELEC2 had not acquired value as precedent and should be reversed in any case. I add that the Court has long been mindful of the rule that it necessitates a majority, and not merely a plurality, in order that a decision can stand as precedent. That principle has informed the members of this Court as they deliberated and voted upon contentious petitions, even if this consideration is not ultimately reflected on the final draft released for promulgation. That if such measure became law a substantial revision of our present state Constitution would be effected, then the measure may not properly be submitted to the electorate until and unless it is first agreed upon by a constitutional convention. In summary, it would seem that any major change in governmental form and scheme would probably be interpreted as a “revision” and should be achieved through the more thorough process of deliberation. And if despite of what is here said, a Judge still believes that he cannot follow Our rulings, then he has no other alternative than to place himself in the position that he could properly avoid the duty of having to render judgment on the case concerned (Art. 9, C.C.), and he has only one legal way to do that. 119 Penned by Justice Whitfield, and concurred in by Chief Justice Davis and Justice Terrell; Justices Ellis, Brown and Buford are of the opinion that chapter 15938, Acts of 1933, is a special or local law not duly advertised before its passage, as required by sections 20 and 21 of article 3 of the state Constitution, and therefore invalid. This evenly divided vote resulted in the affirmance of the validity of the statute but did not constitute a binding precedent on the Court. The first principle enthroned by blood in our Constitution is the sovereignty of the people. We ought to be concerned with this first principle, i.e., the inherent right of the sovereign people to decide whether to amend the Constitution.

Still in good humor, he exchanged repartees with the newshawks who sought to draw him to commit himself on the current investigation of the Monetary Board of the Central Bank. Others who spoke were Digno Alba, chairman of the finance committee, who acted as master of ceremonies; Dr. Gregorio F. Zaide, vice-president, who welcomed the guests; Dr. Encarnacion Alzona, who spoke in Tagalog and cited the achievements of the President; and Prof. Fabella, who talked on the need for more historical studies in the Philippines. The President made this statement before the Philippine Historical Association after installing the officers of the association at the Malacañang social hall The President was made honorary president of the association. Among the members of the delegation of corn and rice millers were Patricio Pineda, vice-president; Francisco S. Castro, secretary; and Jose Topacio, Felixberto Bautista, Vicente Villanueva, Delfin de Leon, Dr. Eugenio Villanueva, Teodosio G. Ilem, and Mateo Embarkado.

Any amendment to, or revision of, this Constitution under Section 1 hereof shall be valid when ratified by a majority of the votes cast in a plebiscite which shall be held not earlier than sixty days nor later than ninety days after the approval of such amendment or revision. So, until and unless Santiago is revisited and changed by this Court or the legal moorings of the exercise of the right are substantially changed, the Comelec cannot be faulted for acting in accord with this Court’s pronouncements. Respondent Commission has no discretion, under any guise, to refuse enforcement of any final decision of this Court.8 The refusal of the poll body to act on the Lambino Petition was its only recourse. Any other mode of action would appear not only presumptuous, but also contemptuous. It would have constituted defiance of the Court and would have surely been struck down as grave abuse of discretion and contumacious disregard of the supremacy of this Court as the final arbiter of justiciable controversies. “Being a constitutional requirement, the number of signatures becomes a condition precedent to the filing of the petition, and is jurisdictional. Without such requisite signatures, the Commission shall motu proprio reject the petition. If Congress and a constitutional convention, both of which are mere representative bodies, can propose changes to the Constitution, there is no reason why the supreme body politic itself—the people—may not do so directly. People’s initiative is an option reserved by the people for themselves exclusively. Neither Congress nor the COMELEC has the power to curtail or defeat this exclusive power of the people to change the Constitution.

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. Suffice it to state at this stage that the COSLAP may not assume jurisdiction over cases which are already pending in the regular courts. In testing, carmakers typically don’t provide a test car for the tire makers to use in their design process. Instead, the tire makers rely on their own knowledge of what type of tire works on what types of cars.

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The Comelec’s decision on any of these issues can still be elevated to this Court for review, and reconsiderations on our decisions on each of those issues may again be sought. The right of the people to pass legislation and to introduce changes to the Constitution is a fundamental right and must be jealously guarded.11 The people should be allowed to directly seek redress of the problems of society and representative democracy with the constitutional tools they have reserved for their use alone. – The Election Registrar shall verify the signatures on the basis of the registry list of voters, voters’ affidavits and voters’ identification cards used in the immediately preceding election. To paraphrase McFadden, petitioners’ contention that any change less than a total one is amendatory would reduce to the rubble of absurdity the bulwark so carefully erected and preserved. A case might, conceivably, be presented criminals where the question would be occasion to undertake to define with nicety the line of demarcation; but we have no case or occasion here. It bears stressing that in PIRMA, petitioners prayed for the Court to resolve the issue posed by them and to re-examine its ruling as regards RA 6735. By a vote of seven members of the Court, including Justice Justo P. Torres, Jr. and Justice Jose C. Vitug, the Court voted that there was no need to resolve the issue. Five members of the Court opined that there was a need for the re-examination of said ruling. Thus, the pronouncement of the Court in Santiago remains the law of the case and binding on petitioners. Calling a plebiscite to be held not earlier than sixty nor later than ninety days after the Certification by this Honorable Commission of the sufficiency of this Petition, to allow the Filipino people to express their sovereign will on the proposition.
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Facing mounting complaints and the NHTSA investigation, Ford officials obtained data from Firestone on July 28, 2000 and spent eight days entering it into Ford’s computers. Within several days, Ford had concluded that there was a problem with all Firestone ATX and ATX II tires of the P235/75R15 size, and with Firestone Wilderness AT tires of the same size that were produced in Decatur only. A State Farm spokesperson said that the insurer had repeatedly collected money from Firestone over the last three years ( ) after contending that manufacturing defects in the tires made the tire maker, and not State Farm, responsible for covering the cost of claims. Firestone paid the first of these claims, for $9,700, in October 1997, he said. As stated on page 1 of this case, State Farm had an inkling that there was a problem as early as 1998. That it had sent out an e-mail message to regulators in July 1998, alerting them that it had received 21 claims involving Firestone tire failures over the previous six and a half years.

When I jumped out of the jeep four of them would escort me, and pretty soon a group of kids would be attracted to the spectacle of ‘Joe’ and his troops wandering aimlessly about town taking pictures (So if any of the people in my photos look a little confused, just remember there are umpteen kids and an armed guard hovering behind me at all times!). I reluctantly declined, I had planned to visit for just the day since I still had no idea of what I would find, I wasn’t entirely The funky chicken man… During American rule in the first half of this century the Muslims were never totally pacified in the so-called “Moro Wars.” The 1903 Moro Act gave land to Christians; marginalizing Muslims and indigenous groups in their homeland, with virtually the entire island of Mindanao handed over to the US companies Dole and Firestone for economic exploitation. That night I felt genuinely excited; Basilan seemed like the most exciting destination in the world, with every negative comment having fanned the flames of my excitement. My choice of travel day was Friday, the Muslim Sabbath, and day of prayer, adding further dread to peoples dissuasion. My Soul positively tingled with expectation…we make a good team he and I, pushing each other to the nether regions of the earth – though if the truth be known, he makes me do it – I just buy the tickets;-) …In return he lets me know what it feels to be alive. “The Frederick Police Department issued summons to both Elaine and Brett Eskam charging each with six counts of Unlawful Storage of a Firearm, which are class 2 misdemeanors,” the DA’s office said. The Weld County District Attorney’s Office announced on Thursday morning that Elaine Eskam and Sgt.Brett Eskam, a deputy with the Adams County Sheriff’s Office, have been summoned to appear in court on July 18.

  • At the Decatur plant itself, the claims rate soared to between 350 and 650 claims per million ATX tires produced in 1994, 1995 and 1996.
  • We hope to be able to offer new incentives and inducements to both local and foreign investors.
  • Implementing details of a law can be delegated to the COMELEC and can be the subject of its rule-making power.
  • The signature sheets do not explain this discrimination against the Senators.

One of those charts, labeled “separations,” showed that the number of separations involving Wilderness tires, on sale since 1996, had risen 194 percent in 1999 from the level a year earlierxxv. The tires tested included prototypes as well as production run tires. The executive VP of Firestone stated in Congressional hearings that this was not that bad, because the tests were ‘very abusive’. But he did not say in testimony what the company did about the problem, other than test additional tiresxxiii.

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Whatever was before the Court, and is disposed of, is considered as finally settled. The inferior court is bound by the judgment or decree as the law of the case, and must carry it into execution according to the mandate. The inferior court cannot vary it, or judicially examine it for any other purpose than execution. It can give no other or further relief as to any matter decided by the Supreme Court even where there is error apparent; or in any manner intermeddle with it further than to execute the mandate and settle such matters as have been remanded, not adjudicated by the Supreme Court…. The petition shall be accompanied by a certified true copy of the judgment, order or resolution subject thereof, copies of all pleadings and documents relevant and pertinent thereto, and a sworn certification of non-forum shopping as provided in the third paragraph of Section 3, Rule 46. We agree with the petitioners that this Commission has the solemn Constitutional duty to enforce and administer all laws and regulations relative to the conduct of, as in this case, initiative. Not only, therefore, is the proposed initiative, on this score, a prohibited revision but it also suffers from being incomplete and insufficient on its very face. The consequence of this special character of the enactment, insofar as it relates to proposing amendments to the Constitution, is that the requirements for statutory enactments, such as sufficiency of standards and the like, do not and should not strictly apply. As long as there is a sufficient and clear intent to provide for the implementation of the exercise of the right, it should be sustained, as it is simply a compliance of the mandate placed on Congress by the Constitution. As a result, the powers therein provided are called constituent powers.
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AN invitation to speak before a conference of members of the Southeast Asia and Western Pacific Medical Women’s Association on January 28 was accepted by the President. The invitation to the conference, which will be held in Manila, was extended to the Chief Executive by Dr. Fe del Mundo, vice-president of the International Medical Women’s Association; Dr. R. Goquicoloy Arellano, president of the Philippine Medical Women’s Association and Drs. MAR-LEN ABIGAIL BINAY, SOFRONIO UNTALAN, JR., and RENE A. Q. SAGUISAG, petitioners vs. COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS, Represented by Chairman BENJAMIN S. ABALOS, JR., and Commissioners RESURRECCION Z. BORRA, FLORENTINO A. TUASON, JR., ROMEO A. BRAWNER, RENE V. SARMIENTO, and John Doe and Peter Doe, respondents. RAUL L. LAMBINO and ERICO B. AUMENTADO, together with 6,327,952 REGISTERED VOTERS, petitioners, vs. The COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS, respondent.

  • Thus, the members of the interim Parliament will decide the expiration of their own term of office.
  • President Magsaysay in his response expressed gratification for the steady growth of friendship and cooperation between the Filipinos and the Vietnamese.
  • Although, at first glance, petitioners’ proposed changes appear to cover isolated and specific provisions only, however, upon careful scrutiny, it becomes clear that the proposed changes will alter the very structure of our government and create multifarious ramifications.
  • The tires tested included prototypes as well as production run tires.
  • THE President this day allowed the Bureau of Lands to resume issuing revocable or provisional permits for a temporary occupation and use of Baguio townsite lots, subject to some conditions.

Bearing in mind my earlier declaration that the will of the sovereign people is supreme, there is nothing or no one that can preclude them from initiating changes to the Constitution if they choose to do so. To reiterate, the Constitution is supposed to be the expression and embodiment of the people’s will, and should the people’s will clamor for a revision of the Constitution, it is their will which should prevail. It is the inherent right of the people as sovereign to change the Constitution, regardless of the extent thereof. This petition must then be granted, and the COMELEC should be permanently enjoined from entertaining or taking cognizance of any petition for initiative on amendments to the Constitution until a sufficient law shall have been validly enacted to provide for the implementation of the system. Amendments to this Constitution may likewise be directly proposed by the people through 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. To this Constitution may likewise be directly proposed by the people through 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. According to petitioners, the proposed amendment of Articles VI and VII would effect a more efficient, more economical and more responsive government.

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