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Permanent Address: 2026 Leveriza, Fourth Pasay, Manila 
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In denying due course below to Messrs. Lambino and Aumentado’s petition, I could not hold the COMELEC liable for grave abuse of discretion when they merely relied on this Court’s unequivocal rulings. Of course, the Santiago and the PIRMA decisions could be reviewed and reversed by this Court, as J. But until the Court does so, the COMELEC was duty bound to respect and obey this Court’s mandate, for the rule of law to prevail. 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. Effectively then, Mr. Speaker, all the bill seeks to do is to enlarge and recognize the legislative powers of the Filipino people.
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He emphatically denied the report saying that he would like to disabuse the minds of the people that such report was true. He said it was impossible for him to have cleared Guevara because the garlic case was still under study and he was waiting for the report of Judge Salvador Esguerra before he could say anything on the matter. The President then discussed extensively with NEC Chairman Alfredo Montelibano, Finance Secretary Jaime Hernandez, and Commissioner Aytona, changes to be made in the tariff rates in order to protect local industries and strengthen the industrialization program of the Administration. Reserve the use of national credit for income-creating projects which directly increase the productive capacity of the country. Gen. Jesus Vargas, Armed Forces chief of staff, and Col. Nicanor Jimenez, who reported to him that the communists in the country were now concentrating on the legal phase of their struggle. The President directed Gen. Vargas and Col. Jimenez to intensify the drive against the communists. The President received the employees at his executive office and assured them that he would be on their side if the NAMARCO was really at fault.

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Sovereignty residing in the people is the highest form of sovereignty and thus deserves the highest respect even from the courts. It is not something that can be overruled, set aside, ignored or stomped over by whatever amount of technicalities, blurred or vague provisions of the law. When there are gray areas in legislation, especially in matters that pertain to the sovereign people’s political rights, courts must lean more towards a more liberal interpretation favoring the people’s right to exercise their sovereign power. Take note that the Court specifically referred to “dispositions” in the March 19, 1997 Decision. To reiterate, the dispositions in the Santiago case decision refer specifically to the December 18, 1996 TRO being made permanent against the COMELEC but do not pertain to a permanent injunction against any other petition for initiative on amendment. Thus, what was confirmed or even affirmed in the Minute Resolution in the PIRMA case pertains solely to the December 18, 1996 TRO which became permanent, the declaration of the inadequacy of RA 6735, and the annulment of certain parts of Resolution No. 2300 but certainly not the alleged perpetual injunction against the initiative petition. Thus, the resolution in the PIRMA case cannot be considered res judicata to the Lambino petition. The issue of the people’s power to propose amendments to the Constitution was once discussed in the landmark case of Santiago v. COMELEC.1 Almost a decade later, the issue is once again before the Court, and I firmly believe it is time to reevaluate the pronouncements made in that case. If there is fear in the absence of a constitutional record as guide for interpretation of any amendments adopted via initiative, such absence would not preclude the courts from interpreting such amendments in a manner consistent with how courts generally construe the Constitution.
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Such probability, however, pales in significance when we consider that through this bill we can hasten the politization of the Filipino which in turn will aid government in forming an enlightened public opinion, and hopefully produce better and more responsive and acceptable legislations. Mr. Speaker, if only to allay apprehensions, allow me to show where initiative and referendum under Philippine law has occurred. In other words, Mr. Speaker, under the 1987 Constitution, Congress does not have plenary powers. There is a reserved legislative power given to the people expressly. As a background, we want to point out the constitutional basis of this particular bill. The grant of plenary legislative power upon stole my deposit the Philippine Congress by the 1935, 1973 and 1987 Constitutions, Mr. Speaker, was based on the principle that any power deemed to be legislative by usage and tradition is necessarily possessed by the Philippine Congress unless the Organic Act has lodged it elsewhere. Whether the Commission on Elections committed grave abuse of discretion in dismissing the Petitions for Initiative filed before it. 6735 is sufficient, whether the Petitions for Initiative filed with the COMELEC have complied with its provisions. Whether petitioners Lambino and Aumentado are proper parties to file the present Petition in behalf of the more than six million voters who allegedly signed the proposal to amend the Constitution.

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If a perfectly good tire with a PS Mark and ICC Mark blows out at speed on a highway, then the DTI inspector who certified that tire model and brand should be held liable. With today’s technology, everything is easy to monitor and record. It has repeatedly been emphasized that ours is a democratic and republican state.27 Even as we affirm, however, that aspect of direct democracy, we should not forget that, first and foremost, we are a constitutional democracy. To uphold direct democracy at the expense of the fundamental law is to sanction, not a constitutional, but an extra-constitutional recourse. This is clearly beyond the powers of the Court who, by sovereign mandate, is the guardian and keeper of the Constitution. Needless to say, the requirement of setting forth the complete text of the proposed changes in the petition for initiative is a safeguard against fraud and deception. If the whole text of the proposed changes is contained in or attached to the petition, intercalations and riders may be duly avoided. Only then can we be assured that the proposed changes are truly of the people and that the signatories have been fully apprised of its implications.
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Here is persuasive authority to the effect that “here there is not fraud, a signer who did not read the measure attached to a referendum petition cannot question his signature on the ground that he did not understand the nature of the act.” [82 C.J.S. S128h. 327, 283 Mo. 546.] Thus, the registered voters who signed the signature sheets circulated together with the petition for initiative filed with the COMELEC below, are presumed to have understood the proposition contained in the petition. The doctrine of separation of powers observed in our system of government reposes the three great powers into its three branches — the legislative, the executive, and the judiciary — each department being co-equal and coordinate, and supreme in its own sphere. Accordingly, the executive department may not, by its own fiat, impose the judgment of one of its own agencies, upon the judiciary. Indeed, under the expanded jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, it is empowered “to determine whether or not there has been grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack of or excess of jurisdiction on the part of any branch or instrumentality of the Government.” The COSLAP was created by virtue of Executive Order No. 561 dated September 21, 1979.

The constitutional Commissioners, Mr. Speaker, saw this system of initiative and referendum as an instrument which can be used should the legislature show itself indifferent to the needs of the people. That is why, Mr. Speaker, it may be timely, since we seem to be amply criticized, as regards our responsiveness, to pass this bill on referendum and initiative now. Until and unless an initiatory petition can show the required number of signatures—in this case, 12% of all the registered voters in the Philippines with at least 3% in every legislative district—no public funds may be spent and no government resources may be used in an initiative to amend the Constitution. Verily, the Comelec cannot even entertain any petition absent such signatures. However, I dissent most respectfully from the majority’s two other rulings. “There were, by the most generous estimate, only a million people who gathered at EDSA in 1986, and yet they changed the history of our country. PIRMA claims six times that number, not just from the National Capital Region but from all over the country. Is this claim through the invention of its novel theory of statutory insufficiency, the Court’s majority has stifled the only legal method of determining whether PIRMA is real or not, whether there is indeed a popular clamor to lift term limits of elected officials, and whether six million voters want to initiate amendments to their most basic law. In suppressing a judicial answer to such questions, the Court may have unwittingly yielded to PIRMA the benefit of the legal presumption of legality and regularity.

  • Philippine Allied Enterprises Corporation – the exclusive distributor of Bridgestone and Firestone tires in the Philippines.
  • It is a crime to destroy or remove federal records or mishandle classified documents.
  • Relatedly, the Court held that “ ontests which do not involve the election, returns and qualifications of elected officials are not subjected to the exercise of the judicial or quasi-judicial powers of courts or administrative agencies”.
  • To hold otherwise would be to risk instances where courts of concurrent jurisdiction might have conflicting orders.
  • Republic Act No. 6735 is the proper law for proposing constitutional amendments and it should not have been considered inadequate.

President Magsaysay also directed Justice Secretary Tuason to investigate reported cases of board of canvassers members who had deliberately given fraudulent election returns in connection with the recent elections. The President told Guevara to submit the results of his investigation of the matter in two days. Officers of the Magsaysay-for-President Movement of Iloilo called to present a resolution written on a large, framed parchment paper pledging their support to the Administration’s program for social-economic reforms. The group included Marianito Militar, Romeo Dureza, Manuel Yngson, Fred Yapjoco, Enrique Debuque, and Maj. Nestor Golez, Iloilo City councilor-elect. Another delegation from Guagua, Pampanga, headed by Macario Guanlao, invited the Chief Executive to attend their town fiesta to be held on December 30. This group informed the President that all the Liberal Party leaders in the town were ready to affiliate themselves with the Nacionalista Party and would take their oath before him as part of the town fiesta celebration. A delegation from the Philippine Government Employees’ Association headed by Mrs. Nieves Baens del Rosario, PGEA president, invited the President to be guest speaker at the 10th anniversary celebration of their organization to be held at the Senate session hall on December 9. THIS morning the President received Gordon Thiess, director of the international division of McGregor’s Sportswear, Inc. of America, who informed him of the new factory his company was putting up on Otis Street in Manila. Among the delegations that called at Malacañang this day were that from Nueva Ecija, composed of municipal officials and farmers, led by Rep. Celestino Juan and Governor-elect Amado Aleta;.

The campaign period alone would allow the public to be involved in the significant deliberation on the course our nation should take, with the ensuing net benefit of a more informed, more politically aware populace. And of course, the choice on whether the Constitution should be amended would lie directly with the people. 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. This goes to show that the questioned petition was not initiated directly by the 6.3 million people who allegedly comprised at least 12% of the total number of registered voters, as required by Section 2. Moreover, nowhere in the petition itself could be found the signatures of the 6.3 million registered voters. Only the signatures of petitioners Lambino and Aumentado were affixed therein “as representatives” of those 6.3 million people. Certainly, that is not the petition for people’s initiative contemplated by the Constitution. In both the 1935 and 1973 Constitutions, the sovereign people delegated to Congress or to a convention, the power to amend or revise our fundamental law.

  • The dissent of Justice Puno has already a well-presented discourse on the difference between an “amendment” and a “revision” of the Constitution.
  • Initiative is an alternative to bloody revolution, internal chaos and civil strife.
  • Being the protectors of the fundamental law as the highest expression of the sovereign will, they must subject to the strictest scrutiny any attempt to change it, lest it be trivialized and degraded by the assaults of the mob and of ill-conceived designs.
  • Thus, what was confirmed or even affirmed in the Minute Resolution in the PIRMA case pertains solely to the December 18, 1996 TRO which became permanent, the declaration of the inadequacy of RA 6735, and the annulment of certain parts of Resolution No. 2300 but certainly not the alleged perpetual injunction against the initiative petition.
  • 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.

The Supreme Court likewise declared that this Commission 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. The present petition warrants dismissal for failure to comply with the basic requirements of Section 2, Article XVII of the Constitution on the conduct and scope of a people’s initiative to amend the Constitution. There is no need to revisit this Court’s ruling in Santiago declaring RA 6735 “incomplete, inadequate or wanting in essential terms and conditions” to cover the system of initiative to amend the Constitution. An affirmation or reversal of Santiago will not change the outcome of the present petition. Thus, this Court must decline to revisit Santiago which effectively ruled that RA 6735 does not comply with the requirements of the Constitution to implement the initiative clause on amendments to the Constitution.

He also told Cabal to extend his investigation to violators of Republic Act No. 493. Press Secretary Cruz, added, the President would refer the Guevara report to Justice Secretary Pedro Tuason for further evaluation and recommendation, and gave the justice secretary two days to submit his report. MALACAÑANG announced today that the President asked Central Bank Governor Miguel Cuaderno to continue to the office for at least another year. This announcement was made to spite rumors that Cuaderno would be retired upon reaching 65. An employee named Baltazar Bernal in the office of the city auditor of Baguio City got a break when the President took down his name to be recommended for promotion.

Heat accelerates the breakdown of the bond between the steel belts, particularly if that bond already seems to be vulnerable to heat, as in the case of the recalled tires. Similarly, as Firestone’s G reer Tidwell said that even when sitting still, the left rear tire on the Explorer experiences a greater weight load. The load on the tires can affect the temperature of the materials inside the tire, which Firestone measured with an internal thermometer. In the same vein, during those same tests, the company found that lower tire inflation generated excessive heat. In E urope, some tire manufacturers have added extra nylon reinforcement to make tires more durable. Joan Claybrook, director of Public Citizen, the consumer rights group, has frequently suggested that American tire manufacturers do the same.

Payment or notice of dishonor from respondent bank could not be expected immediately, in contrast to the situation involving checks. We agree that tires or tire blowouts like anything else, by themselves, don’t kill. Blame could be leveled on anyone remotely connected to this accident. What if the driver, owner or operator of the vehicle actually had a new tire installed but it was a defective one? What if the left rear tire that suffered a blowout had micro-cracks, as Aaron Concepcion suspected, because it was an unused, new old stock where the tire rubber, carcass or structure has deteriorated over time? Nowadays, you can buy cheap tires that may be dangerous for highway use because of defective materials, inadequate safety designs, or incompatibility to the Philippine climate, roads or driving conditions. A tire manufacturer, distributor or retailer who knowingly makes, distributes or sells tires that are defective or not meant for Philippine road conditions should be held liable as well. The President also received Sen. Quintin Paredes, who called to congratulate him on his stand against the proposed hiking of taxes and his having ordered the investigation of the Malacañang “racket buster.” Paredes said these two actuations of the President had been well received by the people. He said it was well that a definite policy on the projected increase in taxes had been announced by the President to reassure the local business community which, according to him, was becoming jittery and demoralized because of conflicting reports on the matter. The President directed Finance Secretary Jaime Hernandez and Governor Cuaderno to study how the termination of the 17 per cent exchange tax and the imposition of the new 17 per cent import tax beginning January 1, 1956, may be exploited in order to prevent the payment of lawful taxes to the government.

A contrary approach will suborn the public weal to private interest and worse, will enable Congress to frustrate the power of the people to determine their destiny . There is a need for an implementing law that will give meaning and substance to the process of initiative and referendum which are considered valuable adjuncts to representative democracy. It is needless to state that this bill when enacted into law will probably open the door to strong competition of the people, like pressure groups, vested interests, farmers’ group, labor groups, urban dwellers, the urban poor and the like, with Congress in the field of legislation. Whether the Court should re-examine the ruling in Santiago v. COMELEC that there is no sufficient law implementing or authorizing the exercise of people’s initiative to amend the Constitution. The 1987 Constitution, Republic Act No. 6735, Republic Act No. 8189 and existing appropriation of the COMELEC provide for sufficient details and authority for the exercise of people’s initiative, thus, existing laws taken together are adequate and complete. PIRMA filed with this Court a Petition for Mandamus and Certiorari seeking to set aside the COMELEC Resolution dismissing its petition for initiative. PIRMA argued that the Court’s decision on the Delfin Petition did not bar the COMELEC from acting on the PIRMA Petition as said ruling was not definitive based on the deadlocked voting on the motions for reconsideration, and because there was no identity of parties and subject matter between the two petitions.