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 political family (also referred to as political dynasty) is a family in which several members are involved in politics, particularly electoral politics. Members may be related by blood or marriage; often several generations or multiple siblings may be involved. Traditional political families monopolizing political power from generation to generation since the time of the … Continue reading What is Political Dynasty? Give three examples of Political Dynasties in the Philippines. Why do you think it continues to exist? Can Political Dynasty be good for our country? Why or Why not?
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?
Government budgeting is the critical exercise of allocating revenues and borrowed funds to attain the economic and social goals of the country. It also entails the management of government expenditures in such a way that it will create the most economic impact on the production and delivery of goods and services while supporting … Continue reading The four phases of the budget cycle in the Philippines as well as the problems encountered during each phase.
Syria has always been a place for lovely citizens and home of civilization centuries ago, not until the their Syrian president Bashar started an all out war against Muslims as well as its citizens. Media as we all know is not accurate at times when editing and deceiving is their purpose, they can always announce … Continue reading Barack Obama willing to supply rebels in Syria
It’s been a month since I graduated from a prestigious school with a degree in IT with awards in Thesis and Internship. Way back while I was in my junior year in college I took a Professional Examination, It was an examination given to professionals for an added credential and a requirement to have a … Continue reading Career Hesitancy
“Then there should be another sacrificial lamb to an excuse to expand the reason behind the Act to cover up the mess done by the people sitting in the White Chair.” ~akja Anyway I respect his courage to speak against the abuse of the government. I am now wondering after I saw the video, what … Continue reading Edward Snowden: Another Chess pawn?