3 edition of Workshop on political reform and charter change in the Philippines found in the catalog.
Workshop on political reform and charter change in the Philippines
by Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, Philippine Social Science Council, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in [Singapore], [Philippines]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||National University of Singapore. Asia Research Institute., Philippine Social Science Council., Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (Makati, Philippines)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||2008453514|
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Charter change: Open discussion needed for political reform. Aug Posted by Fil V. Elefante Cover. The draft constitution for setting up a federal republic in the Philippines was not written overnight. This was the message of Ding Generoso, spokesperson of the. Charter Change, also known as Cha-Cha or Constitutional Reform is the political procedure involved in the revision and amendment of some of the provisions of the Constitution of the Philippines.
One particular aspect of the said reform is the issue of whether the Philippines should retain the present form of government which is the presidential structure, or move to a new structure known as the.
Constitutional reform in the Philippines, also known as Charter Change, refers to the political and legal processes needed to amend the current Constitution of the Philippines. Under the common interpretation of the Constitution, amendments can be proposed by one of three methods: a People's Initiative, a Constituent Assembly or a Constitutional Convention.
A fourth method, by both houses. In political systems with a powerful chief executive, such as in the Philippines, an essential element in the analysis of politics is a clear understanding of the impact of presidential politics.
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However, shipping and handling charges are non. According to Dante Gatmaytan of the University of the Philippines College of Law, much of the skepticism towards Charter Change (Cha-Cha) is founded on the Marcos era. Philippine Politics and Society in the Twentieth Century Well over a decade has passed since the dramatic ‘People Power Revolution’ in Manila, yet until now no book-length study has emerged to examine the manifold changes underway in the Philippines in the post-Marcos era.
This book File Size: 1MB. “A change to a federal system is a real paradigm shift in our constitutional order requiring the calling of a Con-Con, and the expense of holding it in order to have a real representative.
Addressing another issue about Charter Change for some in the Philippines During the hearing, members of the House committee also decided to include in the bill the election of sectoral representatives that would join congressional district representatives in the the sectors being eyed for representation are those of workers, farmers, women, youth, fisherfolk, and indigenous.
Reforming the Philippine Political Party Systemideas and initiatives, debates and dynamicsof analytical approaches. Rather, they share perspectives, from academics, observers and advocates. Joy Aceron, Instructor at the Political Science Department of the Ateneo de Manila University and Program Coordinator of the Ateneo School ofFile Size: KB.
The article is about Charter change (CHA-CHA) must be pushed in the Philippines. It sites that our Constitution, is not welcoming foreign investors to our mass media and advertising, public utilities, educational institutions, land ownership, and exploitation of natural resources.
The good news is, letting foreign investors to invest only in our stock market, not in actual capital goods and fixed investments. Dr Julio Teehankee, professor of Political Science and International Studies at De La Salle University and a member of the Consultative Committee to Review the Constitution, said Charter Change should be an election issue as the Philippines.
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The answer could be in framing it toward institutional and electoral reform aimed at improving political representation. In the institutional design scholarly literature, political scientists believe that changing rules and institution alter the incentives of.
Former Consultative Committee spokesperson Ding Generoso says political reforms and the revision of the judiciary system in the Philippines may be tackled in President Duterte's quest for charter. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1.
The politics of change in a 'changeless land' / Nathan Gilbert Quimpo and Yuko Kasuya After populism: Winning the 'war' for bourgeois democracy in the Philipines / Mark R.
Thompson The presidency, political parties and predatory politics. In this chapter the authors discuss that despite public sector reform being a primary concern of successive national leaders of the Philippines, ‘massive – and sometimes impressive – reorganization plans have not met their declared objectives’.
They note that intractable and stubborn problems of Weberian bureaucracy, such as excessive rules and regulations, overlapping structures Cited by: 1. Interestingly, Senate President Aquilino ‘Koko’ Pimentel, III had not quite frontloaded charter change in the upper house as one would expect of the current head and son of the founding father of the Partido Demokratiko ng Pilipinas-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-LABAN, Democratic Party of the Philippines-The Country’s Strength).
Since it was set up. Revisiting the Philippine Political Crisis who came out with a book entitled Philippines in Crisis, This void is particularly damaging in an environment where politics revolves around personalities and is not based on political parties and their ideologies.
Future historians will probably come to the conclusion that the most important. stop charter change,we need to change the government officials,not the type of problems are the Government officials who are corrupt must stop making annomalies,the constitution states that”the right to make unions and decisions of the government are within the senate and the congress,but, sad to say,that the.
At the same time, we hear stories of civilians oppressed by injustice and poverty. In a book I read few weeks ago, Kasuya and Quimpo’s Politics of Change in the Philippines, it poses questions such as whether nothing has really changed in Philippine politics and whether there are feasible prospects for political and social change in the future.springtide is a registered charity committed to better politics.
we offer leadership development, skills training, ideas and insights for more responsive and resilient democratic institutions.Philippines The Crises of Representation in the Philippines and the Role of Charter Change Published by Editor on March 2, The answer could be in framing it toward institutional and electoral reform aimed at improving political representation.