Lesson 2

Lesson 2

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  •  The Metamorphosis of the Philippine Constitutions 
  •  The Metamorphosis of the Philippine Constitutions 
  •  The Metamorphosis of the Philippine Constitution 
  •  The Metamorphosis of the Philippine Constitutions 
  • Did you study for our recitation later in RIPH?
  • Oh no!! I forgot to study!
  • Of course! I am very well prepared!
  • Don't worry Ella! Chris and I will help you.
  • Thank you guys! You really are the best!
  • Yeah, also we still have a lot of time to review.
  • Let's review about the Metamorphosis of the Philippine Constitutions.
  • Ohhh I remember that! If I am not mistaken, it is about the seven Philippine Constitutions framed in our history.
  • You are so good Ella!! You don't need to study, just trust your stock knowledge. HAHAHA
  •  The Metamorphosis of the Philippine Constitutions 
  •  The Metamorphosis of the Philippine Constitutions 
  •  The Metamorphosis of the Philippine Constitution 
  •  The Metamorphosis of the Philippine Constitutions 
  •  The Metamorphosis of the Philippine Constitution 
  • Uhuh how about you Ella? do you remember the second one?
  • It is the 1899 Malolos Constitution right? Hmm The constitution emphasizes popular governance, which implies that a legislative body, which is representative of the people, is granted absolute authority. .
  • HAAHAH btw you are right Ella! I think it is better if we discussed to each other what we had learned about the seven Philippine Constitutions that framed in our country
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  • This implies that the legislative body, which at the timewas the Malolos Congress, would choose the President as wellas the judiciary, including the Supreme Court
  • It has its own distinct features: its preamble reaffirmed the Revolution's goal of "separating the Philippines from the Spanish monarchy and forming them into an independent state with their own government."
  • Okay, I'll start. The first one is about the 1897 Constitution of Biak-na-Bato.
  •  The Metamorphosis of the Philippine Constitution 
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  • Okay then, let me share to you guys what I have learn in the third one which is the1935 Constitutions and the Commonwealth Government
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  • In this constitution, the General Auditing Office was established by the 1935 Constitution,
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  • which listed the composition, powers, and responsibilities of the three parts of government (executive, legislative, and judiciary).
  • Well for the fifth constitutions , it is The 1973 Constitution and the Marcos Dictatorship.
  • While the fourth one is the Japanese Occupation and the Second Philippine Republic (1943 Constitution). It was only functional for the period of the war, hence it was only temporary.
  • In this constitutions, it provides for a parliamentary system of government, with the President serving as the ceremonial head of state and the Prime Minister serving as the head of government.
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  • It established republic with three branches (executive, legislative, and judiciary), although no legislature was constituted.
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  • Well for the 6thconstitutions is The Freedom Constitution (1986).
  • I don't think I can elaborate everything individually because it's already time. 
  • Well this constitution was intended as transitional constitution to ensure democracy and the freedom of the people. The President continued to exercise legislative powers until a legislature was convened under a new constitution.
  • And finally for the last constitutions, it is the 1987 Constitutions. It consist of 18 articles with a preamble.
  • After that they all got a high scores on their recitation! :)
  • It's alright Ella! I think we are all ready for the recitations! Thanks guys.
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