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Article III: Bill of Rights of the 1987 Philippine Constitution
Updated: 9/15/2020
Article III: Bill of Rights of the 1987 Philippine Constitution
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  • Article III:Bill of Rights(Section 4)
  • Students keep on complaining about the online classes and even propose a petition for academic freeze, how come they did even enroll in the first place? DepEd and CHED doesn't even care.
  • FYI, they got enrolled so they won't get left behind. However, they never knew that this could be difficult and they hope that the DepEd and CHED will hear their concerns through social media. They feel it and you don't, so you have no say to that.
  • Freedom of Speech-means an individual is free to speak or utter whatever he wants without prior restraint.Right to a Free Press-means an individual is free to write, publish and circulate whatever he pleases without restraint
  • Article 3, Section 4"No law shall be passed abridging the freedom of speech, or expression, or of the press or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances".
  • The complaining students possessed the freedom of speech and the petition through social media falls under the right to a free press.
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