Fxclearing.com SCAM! – G R NO. 174153 RAUL L. LAMBINO AND ERICO B. AUMENTADO, TOGETHER WITH 6,327,952 REGISTERED VOTERS, PETITIONERS, VS. THE COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS, RESPONDENT.ALTERNATIVE LAW GROUPS, INC., INTERVENOR.ONEVOICE INC., CHRISTIAN S. MONSOD, RENE B. AZURIN, MANUEL L. QUEZON III, BENJAMIN T. TOLOSA, JR., SPhilippinesN V. OPLE, AND CARLOS P. MEDINA, JR., INTERVENORS.ATTY. PETE QUIRINO QUADRA, INTERVENOR.BAYAN REPRESENTED BY ITS CHAIRPERSON DR. CAROLINA PAGADUAN-ARAULLO, BAYAN MUNA REPRESENTED BY ITS CHAIRPERSON DR. REYNALDO LESACA, KILPhilippinesNG MAYO UNO REPRESENTED BY ITS SECRETARY GENERAL JOEL MAGLUNSOD, HEAD REPRESENTED BY ITS SECRETARY GENERAL DR. GENE ALZONA NISPEROS, ECUMENICAL BISHOPS FORUM REPRESENTED BY FR. DIONITO CABILLAS, MIGRANTE REPRESENTED BY ITS CHAIRPERSON CONCEPCION BRAGAS-REGALADO, GABRIELA REPRESENTED BY ITS SECRETARY GENERAL EMERENCIANA DE JESUS, GABRIELA WOMEN’S PARTY REPRESENTED BY SEC. GEN. CRISTINA PALABAY, ANAKBAYAN REPRESENTED BY CHAIRPERSON ELEANOR DE GUZMAN, LEAGUE OF FILIPINO STUDENTS REPRESENTED BY CHAIR VENCER CRISOSTOMO PALABAY, JOJO PINEDA OF THE LEAGUE OF CONCERNED PROFESSIONALS AND BUSINESSMEN, DR. DARBY SANTIAGO OF THE SOLIDARITY OF HEALTH AGAINST CHARTER CHANGE, DR. REGINALD PAMUGAS OF HEALTH ACTION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, INTERVENORS. LORETTA ANN P. ROSALES, MARIO JOYO AGUJA, AND ANA THERESA HONTIVEROS-BARAQUEL, INTERVENORS. LUWALHATI RIACASA ANTONINO, INTERVENOR. ARTURO M. DE CASTRO, INTERVENOR. TRADE UNION CONGRESS OF THE PHILIPPINES, INTERVENOR. LUWALHATI RICASA ANTONINO, INTERVENOR. PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION ASSOCIATION PHILCONSA, CONRADO F. ESTRELLA, TOMAS C. TOLEDO, MARIANO M. TAJON, FROILAN M. BACUNGAN, JOAQUIN T. VENUS, JR., FORTUNATO P. AGUAS, AND AMADO GAT INCIONG, INTERVENORS. RONALD L. ADAMAT, ROLANDO MANUEL RIVERA, AND RUELO BAYA, INTERVENORS. PHILIPPINE TRANSPORT AND GENERAL WORKERS ORGANIZATION PTGWO AND MR. VICTORINO F. BALAIS, INTERVENORS. SENATE OF THE PHILIPPINES, REPRESENTED BY ITS PRESIDENT, MANUEL VILLAR, JR., INTERVENOR. SULONG BAYAN MOVEMENT FOUNDATION, INC., INTERVENOR. JOSE ANSELMO I. CADIZ, BYRON D. BOCAR, MA. TANYA KARINA A. LAT, ANTONIO L. SALVADOR, AND RANDALL TABAYOYONG, INTERVENORS. INTEGRATED BAR OF THE PHILIPPINES, CEBU CITY AND CEBU PROVINCE CHAPTERS, INTERVENORS. SENATE MINORITY LEADER AQUILINO Q. PIMENTEL, JR. AND SENATORS SERGIO R. OSMEGA III, JAMBY MADRIGAL, JINGGOY ESTRADA, ALFREDO S. LIM AND PANFILO LACSON, INTERVENORS. JOSEPH EJERCITO ESTRADA AND PWERSA NG MASANG PILIPINO, INTERVENORS. G.R. NO. 174299 MAR-LEN ABIGAIL BINAY, SOFRONIO UNTALAN, JR., AND RENE A.V. SAGUISAG, PETITIONERS, VS. COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS, REPRESENTED BY CHAIRMAN BENJAMIN S. ABALOS, SR., AND COMMISSIONERS RESURRECCION Z. BORRA, FLORENTINO A. TUASON, JR., ROMEO A. BRAWNER, RENE V. SARMIENTO, NICODEMO T. FERRER, AND JOHN DOE AND PETER DOE, RESPONDENTS.D E C I S I O N Supreme Court E-Library – FXCL STOLE MONEY!

 

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He said he has been impressing upon all government officials from the Cabinet to the lowest levels that they should never consider any citizen, no matter how lowly in life, as beneath their dignity to serve. He said it was this attitude held by previous officials which had driven so many to the Huk movement and raised the number of Huk reserves to 2,500,000 at their peak. The President was given a warm applause as he spoke in the national language. He appealed to the city officials for cooperation in their efforts to give the people of Manila a good and efficient government. He said that he hoped there would be less wranglings among the city dads so that more service could be rendered to the people. Respondent is ORDERED to pay petitioner Citibank the balance of her outstanding loans, which, from the respective dates of their maturity to 5 September 1979, was computed to be in the sum of One Million Sixty-Nine Thousand Eight Hundred Forty-Seven Pesos and Forty Centavos (₱1,069,847.40), inclusive of interest.

The telegram acknowledged receipt of the telegram sent by petitioner Citibank regarding the “re-past due obligation” of McAdore International Palace. However, it reported that respondent, the President and Chairman of MC Adore International Palace, was presently abroad negotiating for a big loan. Thus, he was requesting for an extension of the due date of the obligation until respondent’s arrival on or before 31 July 1979. After carefully evaluating the mass of evidence adduced by the parties, this Court is not inclined to believe the plaintiff’s assertion that the promissory notes as well as the deeds of assignments of her FNCB Finance money market placements were simulated. The evidence is overwhelming that the plaintiff received the proceeds of the loans evidenced by the various promissory notes she had signed. What is more, there was not an iota of proof save the plaintiff’s bare testimony that she had indeed applied for loan with the Development Bank of the Philippines. Another issue that does not directly involve the merits of the present Petition, but raised by petitioners, is whether respondent should be held liable for forum shopping.

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

However, a delay in the switching of the engine to a coach intended for the presidential party forced the President to cancel his planned ride to the MRR mechanical shed in Caloocan, Rizal. The President inspected the new coaches and talked to MRR passengers. PRESIDENT Magsaysay said today the Filipino people had reason to be “happy” over the assurances of visiting top-ranking U. Security officials that the United States will come to the defense of the Philippines in the event of aggression. The President also received David Owen, executive chairman of the United Nations Assistance Board, who paid a courtesy call. Owen was accompanied by Eric E. Ward, local representative of the UN Assistance Board. Another large delegation from Macabebe, Pampanga, asked the President’s disapproval of the move to create a new municipality in Macabebe.

Every Member of the Tribunal may, as his conscience dictates, refrain from participating in the resolution of a case where he sincerely feels that his personal interests or biases would stand in the way of an objective and impartial judgment. What we are merely saying is that in the light of the Constitution, the Senate Electoral Tribunal cannot legally function as such, absent its entire membership of Senators and that no amendment of its Rules can confer on the three Justices-Members alone the power of valid adjudication of a senatorial election contest. To our mind, this is the overriding consideration — that the Tribunal be not prevented from discharging a duty which it alone has the power to perform, the performance of which is in the highest public interest as evidenced by its being expressly imposed by no less than the fundamental law. The power of both houses of Congress to conduct inquiries in aid of legislation is not, therefore absolute or unlimited.

PRESIDENT FRANKLIN M. DRILON, RESPONDENTS, JAIME N. SORIANO, RESPONDENT – IN

Despite the denomination of their petition, the proposals of petitioners to change the form of government from the present bicameral-presidential to a unicameral-parliamentary system of government are actually for the revision of the Constitution. Resort to initiative to amend the constitution or enact a statute is an exercise of “direct democracy” as opposed to “representative democracy.” The system of initiative allows citizens to directly propose constitutional amendments for the general electorate to adopt or reject at the polls, particularly in a plebiscite. Efforts of the represented to control their representatives through initiative have been described as curing the problems of democracy with more democracy. It is concerned with issues dependent upon the wisdom, not legality, of a particular measure. The petition for initiative was filed with the COMELEC by petitioners Lambino and Aumentado, two registered voters. As shown in the “Verification/Certification with Affidavit of Non-Forum Shopping” contained in their petition, they alleged under oath that they have caused the preparation of the petition in their personal capacity as registered voters “and as representatives” of the supposed 6.3 million registered voters.
CALLANGAN AQUINO, PETITIONER, VS. THE HONORABLE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE, THE
Perpetual inventory records are maintained only for items of significant value. The storekeeper is responsible for maintenance of perpetual inventory records. Which of the following situations would most likely require special audit planning? Some items of factory and office equipment do not bear identification stole my money numbers. Depreciation methods used on the client’s tax return differ from those used on the books. Assets costing less than $500 are expensed even though their expected life exceeds one year. Which of the following is a significant audit concern related to the transfer of inventory from one location to another?

No law shall be passed authorizing any transfer of appropriations; however, the President, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, and the heads of Constitutional Commissions may, by law, be authorized to augment any item in the general appropriations law for their respective offices from savings in other items of their respective appropriations. THE House may determine the rules of its proceedings, punish its Members for disorderly behavior, and, with the concurrence of two-thirds of all its Members, suspend or expel a Member. A penalty of suspension, when imposed, shall not exceed sixty days. No Member of the House of Representatives may hold any other office or employment in the Government, or any subdivision, agency, or instrumentality thereof, including government-owned or controlled corporations or their subsidiaries, during his term without forfeiting his seat.
THROUGH ITS PRESIDENT, SENATE PRESIDENT FRANKLIN M. DRILON, RESPONDENTS,
Rightly, we have ruled that “the sovereignty of our people is not a kabalistic principle whose dimensions are buried in mysticism. Its metes and bounds are familiar to the framers of our Constitutions. They knew that in its broadest sense, sovereignty is meant to be supreme, the jus summi imperu, the absolute right to govern.” It is very possible that although the people may be pressuring the National Assembly to constitute itself as a constituent assembly or to call a constitutional convention, the members thereof would not heed the people’s desire and clamor. So this is a third avenue that we are providing for the implementation of what is now popularly known as people’s power. Mr. Speaker and my dear colleagues, when the distinguished Gentleman from Camarines Sur and this Representation filed our respective versions of the bill in 1987, we were hoping that the bill would be approved early enough so that our people could immediately use the agrarian reform bill as an initial subject matter or as a take-off point. On the factor of reliance, the ruling of the six justices in Santiago did not induce any expectation from the people. On the contrary, the ruling smothered the hope of the people that they could amend the Constitution by direct action. Moreover, reliance is a non-factor in the case at bar for it is more appropriate to consider in decisions involving contracts where private rights are adjudicated. The case at bar involves no private rights but the sovereignty of the people.

JORDAN, CARLOS G. CO, PRESIDENT OF CEBU CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY AND

The PNs executed by the respondent in favor of petitioner Citibank to cover her loans were duly-filled out and signed, including the disclosure statement found at the back of the said PNs, in adherence to the Central Bank requirement to disclose the full finance charges to a loan granted to borrowers. In contrast, petitioner Citibank, as supported by the testimonies of its officers and available documentation, consistently treated the said PNs as regular loans – accepted, approved, and paid in the ordinary course of its business. On 5 October 1979, respondent wrote Mr. Tan of petitioner Citibank, on paper bearing the letterhead of MC Adore International Palace, as regards the ₱1,920,000.00 loan account supposedly of MC Adore Finance & Investment, Inc., and requested for a statement of account covering the principal and interest of the loan as of 31 October 1979. She stated therein that the loan obligation shall be paid within 60 days from receipt of the statement of account. ₱ 2,156,940.58According to petitioner Citibank, respondent incurred her loans under the circumstances narrated below.

The other prisoner, Florentino Ingero, promptly admitted to the President that he and two others still at large actually committed the murder and that Alonzo had nothing at all to do with the crime. The President then ordered Defense Secretary Eulogio Balao, who was with him on the inspection trip, to send a special investigator from the JAGO to investigate further the case of Alonzo for possible recommendation for executive clemency. He also ordered the early apprehension of the two men whom Ingero claimed had been his companions in the killing so that they might be brought before the courts of justice. On the way back to Manila, the Chief Executive dropped in at the Constabulary provincial headquarters in Imus, Cavite, and inquired into the peace and order conditions in the locality. Inspecting the headquarters’ stockade, he came upon a civilian prisoner who claimed he had been unjustifiably meted out a life sentence by the provincial court of first instance for the murder of an LP political leader during the 1951 elections despite the fact that the real killers had confessed to the crime and had absolved him of the charge. The prisoner, Mariano Alonzo, 39, from Calauag, Quezon, pointed at another prisoner detained with him at the stockade as one of the perpetrators of the crime.

It is not that I believe this kind of direct action by the people for amending a constitution will be needed frequently in the future, but it is good to know that the ultimate reserves of sovereign power still rest upon the people and that in the exercise of that power, they can propose amendments or revision to the Constitution. The conduct of the initiative and referendum shall be supervised and shall be upon the call of the Commission on Elections. However, within a period of 30 days from receipt of the petition, the COMELEC shall determine the sufficiency of the petition, publish the same and set the date of the referendum which shall not be earlier than 45 days but not later than 90 days from the determination by the commission of the sufficiency of the petition. The petition must first be determined by the commission as to its sufficiency because our Constitution requires that no bill can be approved unless it contains one subject matter. It is conceivable that in the fervor of an initiative or referendum, Mr. Speaker, there may be more than two topics sought to be approved and that cannot be allowed. In fact, that is one of the prohibitions under this referendum and initiative bill. When a matter under initiative or referendum is approved by the required number of votes, Mr. Speaker, it shall become effective 15 days following the completion of its publication in the Official Gazette.

  • In the absence of the proposed Section 4, the interim Parliament has the discretion whether to amend or revise again the Constitution.
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  • Petitioners contend that the proposed changes are in the nature of amendments, hence, within the coverage of a “people’s initiative.”
  • Revisions are within the exclusive domain of Congress, upon a vote of three-fourths of all its members, or of a Constitutional Convention.
  • This announcement was made after the President had received reports from certain quarters that several newly elected provincial, city, and municipal officials upon their assumption of office had started unwarranted and unjustified removals of subordinate employees in order to create vacancies for their political followers or supporters and/or recommendees of their leaders.

Crisol recommended that the irrigation projects chief at Naga City be directed to release funds to the treasurer of Virac to avoid red tape and to transfer the administration of the irrigation project to the district engineer of Catanduanes. He explained that owing to administrative red tape the hydroelectric power plant in Virac could not start supplying power to the towns of Virac and Bato because of a standing order of the National Power Corporation not to touch the installation until inspected by one of the engineers of the NPC who up to the present had not gone to the place. The President appointed a committee with Vice-President and concurrently Foreign Affairs Secretary Carlos P. Garcia as chairman, and Commerce Secretary Oscar Ledesma, representing PHILSUGIN, and NARIC General Manager Jacinto Gavino as members, to work out the details for the implementation of the barter and the mechanics of distribution. The President and the Cabinet at their meeting today abandoned the proposed tri-partite barter of “D” sugar with Japan owing to the unacceptability of Iranian rice, and decided instead on a direct barter of “D” sugar with Burmese rice. But an official of the Federation, First Vice-President Peter Lim, admitted to the President that while the majority of Chinese merchants adhered to the prices pegged by wholesalers, plus a reasonable profit, there was a small minority which was raising prices exorbitantly.

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. I am not even entirely comfortable with the theoretical underpinnings of Section 10. The Constitution indubitably grants the people the right to seek amendment of the charter through initiative, and mandates Congress to “provide for the implementation of the exercise of this right.” In doing so, Congress may not restrict the right to initiative on grounds that are not provided for in the Constitution.
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