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EXERCISE 4.2.1 Comparative Politics CategoryMalolos Constitution1935 Constitution1973 Constitution1987 ConstitutionForm of Government and Separation of Powers ARTICLE IV.Government of the Republic is popular, representative, alternative, and responsible, and shall exercise three distinct powers, namely: the legislative, the executive, and the judicial. ARTICLE II. Declaration of Principles Section 1. The Philippines is a republican state. Sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them.ARTICLE II. Declaration of Principles and State Policies.ARTICLE VII. The PresidentARTICLE VIII. Batasang PambansaARTICLE IX. The Prime Minister, the Cabinet, and the Executive CommitteeARTICLE X. The JudiciaryARTICLE XI. Local GovernmentARTICLE XII. The Constitutional CommissionsARTICLE II. Declaration of Principles and State PoliciesSection 1. The Philippines is a democratic and republican state. Sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them. ARTICLE VI. The Legislative DepartmentARTICLE VII. The Executive DepartmentARTICLE VIII.Judicial DepartmentARTICLE IX. Constitutional CommissionsARTICLE X. Local Government
Provisions on Civil Liberties Twenty-seven (27) articles of Title IV detail the natural rights and popular sovereignty of Filipinos. The list is extensive, encompassing not just civil liberties and negative liberties, but also protections against self-incrimination and the limitation of criminal procedure. ARTICLE III.Bill of RightsARTICLE XIII.General ProvisionsARTICLE V.Duties and Obligations of CitizensARTICLE XV. General ProvisionsARTICLE III.Bill of RightsARTICLE XIII.Social Justice and Human Rights ARTICLE XIV.Education, Science and Technology, Arts, Culture and Sports ARTICLE XV.

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