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#1 Mick Jerold Dela Cruz

Present Address: 1989 C. Pavia St. Tondo, Manila

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#2 Gremelyn Nemuco

Present Address; One Rockwell, Makati City

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#3 Vinna Vargas

Address: Imus, Cavite 

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#4 Ivan Dela Cruz

Present Address: Imus, Cavite

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#5 Elton Danao

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

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#6 Virgelito Dada

Present Address: Grass Residences, Quezon City 

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#7 John Christopher Salazar

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

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#8 Xanty Octavo 

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#9 Daniel Boco

Address: Imus, Cavite

 

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#10 James Gonzalo Tulabot

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

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#11 Lea Jeanee Belleza

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#12 Juan Sonny Belleza

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Even the subsequent duty of the COMELEC of determining the sufficiency of the petitions after they have been filed is administrative in character. By any measure, the COMELEC’s failure to perform its executive and administrative functions under Rep. Act No. 6735 constitutes grave abuse of discretion. Thereafter, when the President transmits to the Speaker of the House of Representatives his written declaration that no inability exists, he shall reassume the powers and duties of his office. Meanwhile, should a majority of all the Members of the Cabinet transmit within five days to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Congress shall decide the issue. For that purpose, the Congress shall convene, if it is not in session, within forty-eight hours, in accordance with its rules and without need of call.
FUENTEBELLA, THE SENATE OF THE PHILIPPINES, THROUGH ITS PRESIDENT, SENATE
Malacañang ordered a redistribution of this circular to the newly elected provincial, city, and municipal officials for their guidance and compliance. The SWA officials complained to the President of their poor trucks and wagons and the lack of funds. The President said that he would have their trucks and wagons serviced and would give them additional transportation facilities. He also directed GSIS General Manager Rodolfo P. Andal to approve a P150,000 loan for the SWA to finance the Baranca project for physically-handicapped persons who desire to learn carpentry, electricity, sewing, and other vocations. Aside from this, the President said that he would look for more funds for the various projects of the SWA. He urged the SWA officials and employees to expand their activities. The President directed the SWA officials to expand their self-help projects in home industries.

RESPONDENT-IN-INTERVENTION.SALACNIB F. BATERINA AND DEPUTY

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. Again, I respectfully submit that COMELEC’s reliance on Santiago constitutes grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack of jurisdiction. 6735 is not a sufficient law to implement the constitutional provision allowing people’s initiative to amend the Constitution.

  • His check-up activities will take him frog-leaping from one part of the country to another, performing his follow-through tasks unannounced.
  • 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 law simply imposes on the bank a higher standard of integrity and performance in complying with its obligations under the contract of simple loan, beyond those required of non-bank debtors under a similar contract of simple loan.
  • Regrettably, the business relations among the parties subsequently went awry.
  • The dissenting opinion cites the petitioners’ claim that they have complied with the same while the oppositors-intervenors have vigorously refuted this claim by alleging, inter alia, that the signatures were not properly verified or were not verified at all.

The Senate shall have thesolepower to try and decide all cases of impeachment. When sitting for that purpose, the Senators shall be on oath or affirmation. When the President of the Philippines is on trial, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court shall preside, but shall not vote. No person shall be convicted without the concurrence of two-thirds of all the Members of the Senate. Noimpeachment proceedingsshallbeinitiatedagainst the same official more than once within a period of one year. The House of Representatives shall have theexclusivepower toinitiateall cases of impeachment. Our nation’s history is replete with vivid illustrations of the often frictional, at times turbulent, dynamics of the relationship among these co-equal branches. This Court is confronted with one such today involving the legislature and the judiciary which has drawn legal luminaries to chart antipodal courses and not a few of our countrymen to vent cacophonous sentiments thereon. May the Ombudsman validly entertain criminal charges against a judge of the regional trial court in connection with his handling of cases before the court.

REPRESENTATIVES, REPRESENTED BY REP. JOSE G. DE VENECIA, AS HOUSE SPEAKER

No, it does not, because «amendments» and «revision» should be covered by Section 1. So insofar as initiative is concerned, it can only relate to «amendments» not «revision.» After 30 June 2010, not one of the present Senators will remain as member of Parliament if the interim Parliament does not schedule elections for the regular Parliament by 30 June 2010. However, there is no counterpart provision for the present members of the House of Representatives even if their term of office will all end on 30 June 2007, three years earlier than that of half of the present Senators.

Said American jurisprudence and authorities, much less the American Constitution, are of dubious application for these are no longer controlling within our jurisdiction and have only limited persuasive merit insofar as Philippine constitutional law is concerned. As held in the case of Garcia vs. COMELEC,»n resolving constitutional disputes, should not be beguiled by foreign jurisprudence some of which are hardly applicable because they have been dictated by different constitutional settings and needs.»Indeed, although the Philippine Constitution can trace its origins to that of the United States, their paths of development have long since diverged. In the colorful words of Father Bernas, «e have cut the umbilical cord.» The judicial power shall be vested in one Supreme Court and in such lower courts as may be established by law. The House Committee on Justice ruled on October 13, 2003 that the first impeachment complaint was «sufficient in form,»but voted to dismiss the same on October 22, 2003 for being insufficient in substance.To date, the Committee Report to this effect has not yet been sent to the House in plenary in accordance with the said Section 3 of Article XI of the Constitution.

CALLANGAN AQUINO, PETITIONER, VS. THE HONORABLE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE, THE

There is little controversy when it comes to the right of petitioner Citibank to compensate respondent’s outstanding loans with her deposit account. As already found by this Court, petitioner Citibank was the creditor of respondent for her outstanding loans. At the same time, respondent was the creditor of petitioner Citibank, as far as her deposit account was concerned, since bank deposits, whether fixed, savings, or current, should be considered as simple loan or mutuum by the depositor to the banking institution.122 Both debts consist in sums of money. By June 1979, all of respondent’s PNs in the second set had matured and became demandable, while respondent’s savings account was demandable anytime. Neither was there any retention or controversy over the PNs and the deposit account commenced by a third person and communicated in due time to the debtor concerned.

If ever, not more than one million signatories saw the petition before they signed the signature sheets. For example, the proposed revisions of the Consultative Commission affect all provisions of the existing Constitution, from the Preamble to the Transitory Provisions. The proposed revisions have profound impact on the Judiciary and the National Patrimony provisions of the existing Constitution, provisions that the Lambino Group’s proposed changes do not touch. The Lambino Group’s proposed changes purport to affect only Articles VI and VII of the existing Constitution, including the introduction of new Transitory Provisions. The Lambino Group did not attach to their present petition with this Court a copy of the paper that the people signed as their initiative petition. The Lambino Group submitted to this Court a copy of a signature sheet after the oral arguments of 26 September 2006 when they filed their Memorandum on 11 October 2006. The signature sheet with this Court during the oral arguments was the signature sheet attached to the opposition in intervention filed on 7 September 2006 by intervenor Atty. 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.

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There is no law mandating banks to call up their clients whenever their representatives withdraw significant amounts from their accounts. Diaz therefore had the burden to prove that it is the usual practice of Solidbank to call up its clients to verify a withdrawal of a large amount of money. Solidbank’s failure to return the passbook to Calapre made possible the withdrawal of the P300,000 by the impostor who took possession of the passbook. Under Solidbank’s rules on savings account, mere possession of the passbook raises the presumption of ownership. It was the negligent act of Solidbank’s Teller No. 6 that gave the impostor presumptive ownership of the passbook.
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The Court then ruled that «This being the vote of the majority, there is no further judicial obstacle to the new Constitution being considered in force and effect,» although it had notice that the Constitution proposed by the 1971 Constitutional Convention was not validly ratified by the people in accordance with the 1935 Constitution. The Court concluded, among others, that the viva voce voting in the Citizens’ Assemblies «was and is null and void ab initio.» That was during martial law when perhaps majority of the justices were scared of the dictator. There is, therefore, no reason why this Court should allow itself to be used as a legitimizing authority by the so-called people’s initiative for those who want to perpetuate themselves in power. The Luther case arose from the so-called «Dorr Rebellion» in the State of Rhode Island. Due to increased migration brought about by the Industrial Revolution, the urban population of Rhode Island increased. However, under the 1663 Royal Charter which served as the State Constitution, voting rights were largely limited to residents of the rural districts. This severe mal-apportionment of suffrage rights led to the «Dorr Rebellion.» Despairing of obtaining remedies for their disenfranchisement from the state government, suffrage reformers invoked their rights under the American Declaration of Independence to «alter or abolish» the government and to institute a new one. The reformers proceeded to call for and hold an extralegal constitutional convention, drafted a new State Constitution, submitted the document for popular ratification, and held elections under it. The State government, however, refused to cede power, leading to an anomalous situation in that for a few months in 1842, there were two opposing state governments contending for legitimacy and possession of state of offices. The preceding proposal indicates that, under the proposed system, the executive and legislature shall be one and the same, such that parliament will be the paramount governing institution.

DECISION

The permanent injunction issued in Santiago vs. COMELEC only applies to the Delfin petition. The Temporary Restraining Order issued on 18 December 1996 is made permanent against the Commission on Elections, but is LIFTED as against private respondents. Under the proposed Section 4, Article XVIII, Transitory Provisions of the Constitution, the interim Parliament «shall continue until the Members of the regular Parliament shall have been elected and shall have qualified.» Also, under the proposed Section 5, Article XVIII, of the same Transitory Provisions, the interim Parliament «shall provide for the election of the members of Parliament.» This mandate, however, should be read in relation to the other provisions of the Constitution particularly on initiative. 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. It shall be composed of the incumbent Members of the Senate and the House of Representatives and the incumbent Members of the Cabinet who are heads of executive departments. In case of death, permanent disability, resignation or removal from office of the incumbent President, the incumbent Vice President shall succeed as President. In case of death, permanent disability, resignation or removal from office of both the incumbent President and Vice President, the interim Prime Minister shall assume all the powers and responsibilities of Prime Minister under Article VII as amended.

Every syllable of our Constitution is suffused with significance and requires our full fealty. Indeed, the rule of law will wither if we allow the commands of our Constitution to underrule us. Needless to state, the dismissal of the PIRMA petition which was based on res judicata binds only PIRMA but not the petitioners. 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. Quo warranto proceeding dismissed without prejudice by equal division of the court on question of constitutionality of statute involved.

VENECIA, JR., THE SENATE, REPRESENTED BY HON. SENATE PRESIDENT FRANKLIN

It is suggested that by our taking cognizance of the issue of constitutionality of the impeachment proceedings against the Chief Justice, the members of this Court have actually closed ranks to protect a brethren. That the members’ interests in ruling on said issue is as much at stake as is that of the Chief Justice. Having concluded that the initiation takes place by the act of filing of the impeachment complaint and referral to the House Committee on Justice, the initial action taken thereon, the meaning of Section 3 of Article XI becomes clear. Once an impeachment complaint has been initiated in the foregoing manner, another may not be filed against the same official within a one year period following Article XI, Section 3 of the Constitution. It is basic that all rules must not contravene the Constitution which is the fundamental law. If as alleged Congress had absolute rule making power, then it would by necessary implication have the power to alter or amend the meaning of the Constitution without need of referendum. From the records of the Constitutional Commission, to the amicus curiae briefs of two former Constitutional Commissioners, it is without a doubt that the term «to initiate» refers to the filing of the impeachment complaint coupled with Congress’ taking initial action of said complaint. Besides, there are specific safeguards already laid down by the Court when it exercises its power of judicial review. Al. argue that «here is a moral compulsion for the Court to not assume jurisdiction over the impeachment because all the Members thereof are subject to impeachment.»But this argument is very much like saying the Legislature has a moral compulsion not to pass laws with penalty clauses because Members of the House of Representatives are subject to them.

He also promised to invite to Malacañang representatives of the hacienda management early next week and explore ways of effecting an early settlement of the controversy. PRESIDENT Magsaysay this day authorized Customs Commissioner Manuel P. Manahan to sell by public bidding the confiscated garlic of Rep. Ombra Amilbangsa of Sulu. Proceeds from the sale will be held in trust pending the outcome of the seizure case in court. EARLIER, President Magsaysay took up the mechanization phase of his projected criminals big scale cultivation of cotton in Cotabato and other parts of the country in a conference with International Harvester Company executives. The officials were Jack L. Camp, vice-president of International Harvester Export Company of Chicago, Illinois, U. S. A., and Paul Wood, president of the International Harvester Company of the Philippines. New officers of the Producers and Exporters Association of the Philippines called on the President to pay their respects following their recent election.
G. DE VENECIA, ALL MEMBERS, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, HON. SENATE PRESIDENT
Gen. Vargas disclosed that plans agreed upon at the conference will be embodied in a report to be submitted to the council of ministers scheduled to meet in Karachi sometime in March. He also praised the Philippinesn people for the warm hospitality accorded the Philippine military delegation during the two weeks of its stay there. Gen. Vargas characterized the recent confab as “fruitful.” He said staff planners from all eight SEATO nations studied and discussed extensively various aspects of area defense and security, including intelligence, logistics, psychological action, counter-subversion, standardization of procedures and techniques, and combined military exercises to be undertaken by the treaty nations. The sale of the garlic, which is about 170 tons, or 170,000 kilos, was ordered by the President in accordance with law and to prevent it from spoiling.

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