• Philippine Political Law (2022)
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  • by:  Carlo L. Cruz and Isagani Cruz

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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1783-4
    • No. of Pages: 1151
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2022




    • Description:

      THIS EDITION, which comes eight years after the last was written, is offered not only as a report on the most recent important measures and pronouncements in Political Law, but as well as a record, which will not be revised or so it may not be revised, of the state of our democracy.

      Instructive and enlightening explanations and fresh or new principles on the doctrine of state immunity, on separation of powers and on delegation of legislative authority are incorporated here along with expositions on the continuing conflict between municipal law and international law.

      Most important discussions on the most essential principle of accountability of public functionaries which, though sufficiently stressed in our Constitution is or has been mostly ignored by those who have ruled in recent years, have been included in this work. These would include references to, among others, the abandonment of the so-called Condonation Doctrine, the constitutional powers of the Ombudsman, and impeachment, which is now no longer recognized as the only mode for separating or “ousting” impeachable officials from their high offices.






    • Philippine Political Law (2022)
    • by:  Carlo L. Cruz and Isagani Cruz
    • SKU: PPOLLAW22C
      • or 3 payments of ₱726 with     
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1783-4
    • No. of Pages: 1151
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2022

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    Description:


    THIS EDITION, which comes eight years after the last was written, is offered not only as a report on the most recent important measures and pronouncements in Political Law, but as well as a record, which will not be revised or so it may not be revised, of the state of our democracy.

    Instructive and enlightening explanations and fresh or new principles on the doctrine of state immunity, on separation of powers and on delegation of legislative authority are incorporated here along with expositions on the continuing conflict between municipal law and international law.

    Most important discussions on the most essential principle of accountability of public functionaries which, though sufficiently stressed in our Constitution is or has been mostly ignored by those who have ruled in recent years, have been included in this work. These would include references to, among others, the abandonment of the so-called Condonation Doctrine, the constitutional powers of the Ombudsman, and impeachment, which is now no longer recognized as the only mode for separating or “ousting” impeachable officials from their high offices.