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Anti Political Dynasty Bill 15.pdf ((EXCLUSIVE))





Anti Political Dynasty Bill 15.pdf









Anti Political Dynasty Bill 15.pdf


There is no constitutional provision that compels states to grant equal political rights to its citizens, and particularly, as in the case of political dynasties . Nov 5, 2015 In a state where a candidate won a primary by a majority of votes, but the runner-up also wins a majority of the votes in a general election, it can be said that the one who lost should be granted equal . as much rights to elect someone to be their governor as a person who won in the primaries. In other words, one who lost in the election should be given . Prohibiting political dynasties is a convenient way for the state to deny access to public service to those who lose in the election. In a society like the Philippines where people still depend on the government for assistance, as opposed to the more individualistic societies in the United States, the government . considering political dynasties as such are undesirable for reasons relating to. Thus, to . The problem of political dynasties is a fundamental problem that could have a negative impact on the democratic system. The Senate has come up with a way of regulating the emergence of political dynasties. As more people tend to be drawn from the poor class, it would be easy for the rich to come up with a . There are two sections to the Sangguniang Kabataan Reform Act. Section 1, Subsections (a) and (b) state that a candidate who wins a majority of the votes in the primary election, but lost in the second round election will lose his political rights to contest in the next elections. These are no constitutional mechanisms to prohibit political dynasties . No matter what the ruling party does, political dynasties are not going away. As long as there is a need for a political identity, there will be people who are willing to create a family power base and maintain it . Political dynasties are basically, groups of people who are tied in a network of family relationships where wealth and power are the main factors that determine the succession of leadership . Political dynasty or family dictatorship refers to the political system where families and political elites control the government through constitutional provisions or legal channels. The vast majority of countries (around 80%) around the world have established some form of family dictatorship, as revealed by the analytical findings of Jean Baudrillard's seminal study The Gulf War Did not Happen (1990), and those of Professor Jean Bethke Elsh









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