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Agustin, Cuario, Olegario, WangReadings in Philippine HistoryGED103 – A304 – 15 – 20 Exercise 4.2.1: Comparative PoliticsCategoryMalolosConstitution1935Constitution1973Constitution1987ConstitutionForm of Government and Separation of Powers- Article 4 The Government ofthe Republic ispopular, representative,alternative andresponsible, and shall be divided among three distinct powers, which shall be namedlegislative, executive and judicial. Never can two or more of these powers be given to a person or corporation, nor shall the power of the legislative be vested in any single individual.- Article 6, Section 1. The Legislative power shall be vested in a National Assembly. The Members of the National Assembly shallnot exceed onehundred and twenty, shall bechosen every three years, and shall be apportioned among the several provinces as nearly as may be according tothe number of their respectiveinhabitants, buteach province shall have at least one Member. The National Assembly shallby law make an apportionment within three years after the return of every enumeration, and not otherwise. Untilsuch apportionment shall have been made, the National Assembly shallconsist of - Article 3 Section 1. (1) No person shallbe deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law, nor shall any person be denied the equal protection of the laws. - Article 3, Section 1. (7) No law shall bemade respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, and the free exercise of enjoyment of religious profession and worship, without discrimination of preference, shall forever beallowed. No religious test shall be required for theexercise of civilor political rights. - Article 3, Section 1. (8) No law shall bepassed abridging the freedom of - Article 2, Section 11. The State values the dignity of every human person and guarantee full respect for human rights.- Article 2, Section 13. The State recognizesthe vital role of the youth in nation-building and shall promote and protect their physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual, and social well-being.It shall inculcate in the youth patriotism and nationalism and encourage their involvement in public and civic affairs. - Article 2, Section 14. The State recognizesthe role of women in nation-building and shall ensure the fundamental equality before the law of women and men.- Article 2, Section 15. The State shall protect and promote the rightto health of the people and instill
ninety-eight Members, of whom eighty-seven shall be elected by the representative districts as nowprovided by law, and three by the Mountain Province and one by each of Sulu, Lanao, and Cotabato shall be chosen as maybe determined by law; in all other provincesthey shall be elected by the qualified voterstherein.

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