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                                                                  Philippines Anti-Cybercrime Police Groupe MOST WANTED PEOPLE List!

 

 

 

#1 Mick Jerold Dela Cruz

Present Address: 1989 C. Pavia St. Tondo, Manila

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Tel. +63 (8) 723-0401 local 7491
Smart/Viber: +63 961 829 8083

#2 Gremelyn Nemuco

Present Address; One Rockwell, Makati City

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#3 Vinna Vargas

Address: Imus, Cavite 

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#4 Ivan Dela Cruz

Present Address: Imus, Cavite

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#5 Elton Danao

Permanent Address: 2026 Leveriza, Fourth Pasay, Manila 
Present Address: Naic, Cavite

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#6 Virgelito Dada

Present Address: Grass Residences, Quezon City 

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#7 John Christopher Salazar

Permanent address: Rivergreen City Residences, Sta. Ana, Manila

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#8 Xanty Octavo 

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#9 Daniel Boco

Address: Imus, Cavite

 

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#10 James Gonzalo Tulabot

Permanent Address: Blk. 4 Lot 30, Daisy St. Lancaster Residences, Alapaan II-A, Imus, Cavite 
Present Address: Pasay City

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to Anti-Cybercrime Department Police of Philippines:

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#11 Lea Jeanee Belleza

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#12 Juan Sonny Belleza

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Those who published or caused the publication of such statements may claim the conditional or qualified privilege of a fair and true report of official proceedings under the second exception of Art. 354, Revised Penal Code. In libel law, the term privileged communication refers to statements which, though having the elements of libel, are nevertheless accorded protection from liability due to considerations or interests that outweigh the need for redress to the private injury sustained by the offended party as a result of the defamatory statements. We increased our market share in North America in 1999 in both the replacement market and the original equipment market. Our North American operations are approaching a market share of 20%, and we have become the continent’s second-largest supplier of tires. That is in keeping with our goal of being No. 1 or at least a strong No. 2 in every large market. In dollars, sales at our companies in the region were up 1%, to $7 billion, and production volume increased 3%, to 610,000 metric tons of rubber, reflecting solid demand. G rowth in unit volume in North America offset a downward trend in prices there and slumping demand in Latin America. Yen-denominated sales were down 11%, to 865 billion yen, due to the appreciation of the Japanese currency. Our operating profit there was unchanged in dollars, at $543 million, and slipped 13% in yen, to 61. Among the factors that affected earnings adversely were start-up costs at our plant in Aiken County, South Carolina; market turbulence in Latin America; and weakening tire demand in the agricultural and mining sectors.
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In the meanwhile, the papers of the case are with San Juan, preparatory to their being turned over to Professor Fernando. In returning the papers to San Juan, the President directed a more thorough inquiry into some aspects of the case, among them the extent of responsibility of the GAB accountant and the auditor who had prepared and approved some allegedly unjustified vouchers made out in favor of some GAB officials and personnel. Prof. Fernando conferred today with the complainant, Alfonso Marasigan, who unburdened himself of his grievances against the GAB and promised to hold himself ready for further questioning. Shortly after 11 a.m., the President left Malacañang for a conference with Department of National Defense officials in Camp Murphy. Going down to the Palace front door to board his car, he was intercepted by a large delegation of farmers from Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, and Pangasinan who presented him with a resolution wishing him a “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year” and thanking him for all the things he had done to alleviate the plight of the tenants. Budget Commissioner Aytona briefed the President on the proposed budget for the next fiscal year. Director of Mines Gozon was called by the President to shed light on some mining prospects in the country. Discussed by the Chief Executive with the officials were the accomplishments of their offices in 1955 and their programs for 1956.

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Neither does it comply with Republic Act No. 6735, which states in Section 10 that not more than one subject shall be proposed as an amendment or amendments to the Constitution. The petition herein would propose at the very least two subjects—a unicameral legislature and a parliamentary form of government. Again, for this clear and patent violation of the very act that provides for the exercise of the power, the proposed initiative cannot lie. Petitioners insist that the proposed changes embodied in their petition for initiative relate only to one subject matter, that is—the shift from presidential to a parliamentary system of government. According to petitioners, all of the other proposed changes are merely incidental to this main proposal and are reasonably germane and necessary thereto.8 An examination of the text of the proposed changes reveals, however, that this is not the case. I agree with the opinion of our esteemed colleague, Justice Reynato Puno, that the Court’s ruling in Santiago v. COMELEC1 is not a binding precedent. However, it is my position that even if Santiago were reversed and Republic Act No. 6735 (R.A. 6735) be held as sufficient law for the purpose of people’s initiative to amend the Constitution, the petition for initiative in this case must nonetheless be dismissed. The Delfin Petition stated that the Petition for Initiative would first be submitted to the people and would be formally filed with the COMELEC after it is signed by at least twelve per cent (12%) of the total number of registered voters in the country. It thus sought the assistance of the COMELEC in gathering the required signatures by fixing the dates and time therefor and setting up signature stations on the assigned dates and time.

This goes against the central principle of our present constitutional scheme that distributes the powers of government and provides for counteraction among the three branches. Although both the presidential and parliamentary systems are theoretically consistent with constitutional democracy, the underlying tenets and resulting governmental framework are nonetheless radically different. Apart from providing for the two modes of either Congress constituting itself as a constituent assembly or calling out for a constitutional convention, a third mode was introduced for proposing changes to the Constitution. This mode refers to the people’s right to propose amendments to the fundamental law through the filing of a petition for initiative. The 1987 Constitution is susceptible to division into several general spheres. To cite criminals the broadest of these spheres by way of example, Article III enumerates the guaranteed rights of the people under the Bill of Rights; Articles VI, VII and VIII provide for the organizational structure of government; while Articles II, XII, XIII & XIV, XV and XVI enunciate policy principles of the State. What would clearly be prohibited under Section 10 of Rep. Act No. 6735 is an initiative petition that seeks to amend provisions which do not belong to the same sphere. For example, had a single initiative petition sought not only to change the form of government from presidential to parliamentary but also to amend the Bill of Rights, said petition would arguably have been barred under Section 10, as that petition ostensibly embraces more than one subject, with each subject bearing no functional relation to the other.

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THE President in the evening received the members of the committee which he had created to determine the actual stock position of Virginia leaf tobacco in the country. The Raquiza mission, will leave for Taipeh at the onset of the planting season in Taipeh. President Magsaysay during the conference communicated with the Department of Foreign Affairs to determine from the Philippine mission in Taipeh the appropriate time when the mission should leave. The conference in effect endorsed the actions taken by the Cabinet at its last meeting aimed at protecting the growing local tobacco industry. The Cabinet had laid down the same conditions precedent for the importation of tobacco. The President congratulated the Pampanga NP leaders for their successful strategy in the last elections which resulted in victory for the Nacionalista Party in their province. The President also received this evening a big Pampanga delegation of Nacionalista Party leaders headed by Gov. Rafael Lazatin, former Secretary Sotero Baluyut, Rogelio de la Rosa, former Rep. Amado M. Yuson, Mallorca Transportation General Manager Geminiano Yabut, several mayors, and other political leaders of Pampanga. The President told Tuason to ferret out the parties who had committed these irregularities and prosecute them according to law.

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