A bill is introduced by any member of the House of Representatives or the Senate except for some measures that must originate only in the House of Representatives. (Note: Most of the Bills should come from the House of Representatives, Why? Because the House represents the sectoral, marginalized, local and under represented, the House of … Continue reading Procedure on Approval of Bills in the Philippines (with Comments)
The Rules on Interpretation of the Constitution (Political Law) The rules in Interpretation of the Constitution are as follows: Verba legis – That the words of the constitution are interpreted in their ordinary meaning unless technical terms are employed. (the explanation already speaks for itself. Remember not everyone governed by the Constitution are law makers, … Continue reading The Rules on Interpretation of the Constitution (Political Law)
Actors and Actresses have always been with the Political Entity of the Philippines even during the time of conquistadors and foreign occupations. It became a practice that fame and celebrities brought forth many allies and political friends. Going back to our constitution; there is no law prohibiting actors and actresses in running for … Continue reading Having movie actors and actresses in Philippine politics? Are we in favor of this?
According to the 1987 Constitution of the Philippine Republic as stated in Article IX (Constitutional Commissions) that Constitutional Commissions which shall be independent are the Civil Service Commission, the Commission on Elections and the Commission on Audit. However, the Philippine government or the three (3) of its branches are independently monitored by the office of … Continue reading How does the Philippines ensure the independence of the constitutional offices?
A government with a multi-party system for the Philippines is what I prefer over a two-party system for some reasons. First, a multi-party system encourages everyone within the scope of the constitution asa qualified representative to form a distinctive party (i.e. Land Reform Party, Labor Workers, Elitists, Business Tycoons, etc. ), every Filipino citizen is … Continue reading Should the Philippines adopt the two-party system or remain a multi-party system? Why or why not?
The present Philippine Public Administration for me would have a satisfactory grade in performing its mandates particularly in affairs of the country, but I will just give the complement to our president alone. Hierarchically speaking, the President has his own cabinet members and House of Representatives that act as his functioning body. our government’s pace … Continue reading Assessment on the present Philippine Public Administration and Political Landscape?
Hi guys! it's the moment of my life that I've decided to have a stable family of my own and yes I am now married. We were just about to have a transient vacation in Manila, Philippines but was held by this pandemic. It was actually a blessing in disguise since we haven't had our … Continue reading Tagaytay, Philippines Trip amidst the Pandemic (Health Protocols Observed)
Yes! But as of now, we are still in the verge of climbing towards an emerging economy and sad to say it’s still vague but The Philippines is on the right track to achieve a first world status within a generation’s time. We see the improvement in the affirmations of international credit-rating agencies and the … Continue reading With the present state of Public Administration in the Philippines, are we going to reach the First World Economy status? When would it be and how can it be achieved?
The Human Relations Theory has Humans or Personnel being its center focus as it can be understood by the name, without personnel who technically and professionally work for an organization, it will certainly fail. Since, Personnel is the most important resource in any organization, company and even the Armed Forces. It [HR Theory] viewed human … Continue reading Theories and Practices in Public Administration: Human Relations Theory of Public Administration
1. How can E.O. 70 be utilized? How can it address the gaps in countering & defeating insurgency? Executive Order Number 70 was signed by President Rodrigo R. Duterte on December 2018. It institutionalized a whole-of-nation approach in attaining inclusive and sustainable peace, creating a National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict, … Continue reading Performance Task on UNDERSTANDING CORRECTLY THE CPP-NPA-NDF STRATEGY & TACTICS (A Basic Framework Analysis)
I was supposed to attend a conference in Davao but it was canceled by the company and instead of wasting the tickets we already bought; my Boss told me to use it and have a glimpse of Davao City. I was fetched from the airport by one of the company's drivers and drove me around … Continue reading The Accidental Davao Tour
Variables: When you go out to eat, you always tip 20% of the bill amount. But who’s got the time to calculate the right tip amount every time? Not you that’s for sure! You’re making a program to calculate tips and save some time. Your program needs to take the bill amount as input and … Continue reading Solo Learn (Python for Beginners): Tip Calculator
Hi guys, how are you doing? *Excited* This is BH speaking, guys, I already finished my Masters Degree in Public Administration. (Perhaps the Professors took pity on me. lol) Remember this blog post? Career Hesitancy? Guess what, I already got a job and now I am studying Law. Yeeey, Just Excited to update everyone. It … Continue reading Author’s Career Progression
Bicameral Legislative Branch prevents the abuse of powers in unicameral laws, if there will be a unitary Legislative Branch, there will be no check and balances in accordance of formulating laws and governing the state to address citizens’ concern. Laws in a Bicameral Legislative Branch can be passed more efficiently and effectively since there is … Continue reading A Unicameral or Bicameral Legislative Branch?
The CHR, created under the 1987 Constitution, was tasked to investigate all forms of human rights violations involving civil and political rights. It is embedded in our constitution in relation to the International Humanitarian Laws and other laws governing human rights. The 1987 Constitution of the Philippines, in Section 18 Article XIII says simply that … Continue reading Abolition of the Commission of Human Rights. Why or why not?
Strings You need to make a program for a leaderboard.The program needs to output the numbers 1 to 9, each on a separate line, followed by a dot:1.2.3....You can use the \n newline character to create line breaks, or, alternatively, create the desired output using three double quotes """. Solution 1: As you can see … Continue reading Solo Learn (Python for Beginners): Leaderboard
I've graduated decades ago so I am not updated on the latest trends and programming languages that emerged since Visual Basic, Turbo C, C++ and Java. I heard about this Python language and how user-friendly it is, so let's try this new language and hopefully to finish the Beginners Course. For those of you who … Continue reading Solo Learn (Python for Beginners): Flight Time