Philippines Anti-Cybercrime Police Groupe MOST WANTED PEOPLE List!

 

 

 

#1 Mick Jerold Dela Cruz

Present Address: 1989 C. Pavia St. Tondo, Manila

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#2 Gremelyn Nemuco

Present Address; One Rockwell, Makati City

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#3 Vinna Vargas

Address: Imus, Cavite 

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#4 Ivan Dela Cruz

Present Address: Imus, Cavite

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#5 Elton Danao

Permanent Address: 2026 Leveriza, Fourth Pasay, Manila 
Present Address: Naic, Cavite

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#6 Virgelito Dada

Present Address: Grass Residences, Quezon City 

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#7 John Christopher Salazar

Permanent address: Rivergreen City Residences, Sta. Ana, Manila

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#8 Xanty Octavo 

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#9 Daniel Boco

Address: Imus, Cavite

 

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#10 James Gonzalo Tulabot

Permanent Address: Blk. 4 Lot 30, Daisy St. Lancaster Residences, Alapaan II-A, Imus, Cavite 
Present Address: Pasay City

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#11 Lea Jeanee Belleza

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#12 Juan Sonny Belleza

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I add that the Court has long been mindful of the rule that it necessitates a majority, and not merely a plurality, in order that a decision can stand as precedent. That principle has informed the members of this Court as they deliberated and voted upon contentious petitions, even if this consideration is not ultimately reflected on the final draft released for promulgation. In case the verified complaint or resolution of impeachment is filed by at least one-third of all the Members of the House, the same shall constitute the Articles of Impeachment, and trial shall forthwith proceed. There shall be a Commission on Appointments consisting of the Speaker of the House, as ex officio Chairman, and TWENTY-FOUR Members of the House of Representatives, elected by THE House on the basis of proportional representation from the political parties and parties or organizations registered under the party-list system represented therein. The chairman of the Commission shall not vote, except in case of a tie. The Commission shall act on all appointments submitted to it within thirty session days of the Congress from their submission.

  • More importantly, the two deeds of assignment were notarized, hence they partake the nature of a public document.
  • Under Solidbank’s rules on savings account, mere possession of the passbook raises the presumption of ownership.
  • Another large delegation from Macabebe, Pampanga, asked the President’s disapproval of the move to create a new municipality in Macabebe.
  • It makes more than preponderant proof to overturn the effect of a notarial attestation.
  • Is it not that the people themselves, by their sovereign act, provided for the authority and procedure for the amending process when they ratified the present Constitution in 1973?

During their call, the President administered their oaths of office. Inducted were Gaudencio E. Antonio, president; Mrs. Adela S. Gutierrez, second vice-president; Brigido R. Valencia, third vice-president; Amado S. Lansang, secretary; Gaudencio S. Mañalac, treasurer; Santiago Yap, Jesus Roa, and Dominador Ramos, directors. The President told the workers, however, that if they decided to remain at work they should reject the right of the striking workers to picket peacefully. He said the PC was under rigid instructions to protect that right. He said the PC was being guided in this undertaking by the rules drawn up by Justice Secretary Pedro Tuason for the guidance of law-enforcement officers in strikes. The Cabinet directed that all requests for any of these items coming from contractors of government projects should be coursed through the public works secretary for verification and approval.

ERNESTO B. FRANCISCO, JR., PETITIONER, NAGMAMALASAKIT NA MGA MANANANGGOL NG

We know in great detail how these and many allied objectives can be accomplished and we are convinced that they can be accomplished with unity and determination. The presidential party motored from barrio Baloc to barrio Nagpandayan, a distance of about 10 kilometers. Praising the barrio people for their civic spiritedness and sympathizing with their efforts, the President made an on-the-spot release of P6,000 for the construction of the bridge necessary in completing the feeder road to reach the school house about 1.6 kilometers away. Malacañang also released the text of instructions sent to the secretary of commerce and industries directing that proportionate rights be given to “D” sugar producers to barter their “D” sugar under the non-dollar stole my money imports law. As an incentive to increased production by exporters-producers, importation of non-essential goods will gradually be correlated with barter imports under the non-dollar import law, with coordination between the exporters-producers and importers of such non-essential goods to be effected though a clearing-house to be established for this purpose. Before inducting the committee members, the President received a delegation of provincial officials from Pampanga and Tarlac who invited him to be the principal speaker at the celebration of the late Justice Jose Abad Santos’ birthday on February 19. The provincial officials were led by Gov. Rafael Lazatin of Pampanga and Gov. Arsenio Lugay and Rep. Constancio Castañeda of Tarlac.
ROBERTO P. NAZARENO, IN HIS CAPACITY AS SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE HOUSE OF
While admittedly the present Constitution lays down certain numerical requirements for the conduct of a People’s Initiative, such as the percentages of signatures — being 12% of the total number of registered voters, provided each legislative district is represented by at least 3% — they are not the main points of controversy. Stated in simple terms, what this Court must decide is whether the Commission on Elections gravely abused its discretion when it denied the petition to submit the proposed changes to the Constitution directly to the vote of the sovereign people in a plebiscite. Technical questions, e.g. whether petitioners should have filed a Motion for Reconsideration before coming to us, are of no moment in the face of the transcendental issue at hand. What deserve our full attention are the issues concerning the applicable rules as well as statutory and constitutional limitations on the conduct of the People’s Initiative. The changes proposed to the Constitution by Lambino and Aumentado’s petition for initiative basically affect only Article VI on the Legislative Department and Article VII on the Executive Department. While the proposed changes will drastically alter the constitution of our government by vesting both legislative and executive powers in a unicameral Parliament, with the President as the Head of State and the Prime Minister exercising the executive power; they would not essentially affect the other 16 Articles of the Constitution. The 100 or so changes counted by the oppositors to the other provisions of the Constitution are constituted mostly of the nominal substitution of one word for the other, such as Parliament for Congress, or Prime Minister for President. As eloquently pointed out in the dissent of Justice Puno, the changes proposed to transform our form of government from bicameral-presidential to unicameral-parliamentary, would not affect the fundamental nature of our state as a democratic and republican state.

THE CONSOLIDATED BANK AND TRUST CORPORATION, PETITIONER, VS. COURT OF APPEALS AND L.C. DIAZ AND COMPANY, CPA’S, RESPONDENTS.

Another is an initiative to amend statutes that we may have approved. Had this bill been an existing law, Mr. Speaker, it is most likely that an overwhelming majority of the barangays in the Philippines would have approved by initiative the matter of direct voting. It means that the people, on their own political judgment, submit fore the consideration and voting of the general electorate a bill or a piece of legislation. Our constitutional history saw the shifting and sharing of legislative power between the legislature and the executive. Deals with the duty of lower courts to apply the decisions of the higher courts to cases involving the same facts. The second, known as horizontal stare decisis requires that high courts must follow its own precedents. Prof. Consovoy correctly observes that vertical stare decisis has been viewed as an obligation, while horizontal stare decisis, has been viewed as a policy, imposing choice but not a command. Indeed, stare decisis is not one of the precepts set in stone in our Constitution.

The expenses of litigation and cost of suit were also not imposed on Solidbank. Diaz’s contention that Solidbank did not follow the precautionary procedures observed by the two parties whenever L.C. Diaz claimed that a letter must accompany withdrawals of more than P20,000. The letter must request Solidbank to allow the withdrawal and convert the amount to a manager’s check. The bearer must also have a letter authorizing him to withdraw the same amount. Another person driving a car must accompany the bearer so that he would not walk from Solidbank to the office in making the withdrawal.

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