Category: ConEd

MALAYSIA INTERGOVERNMENTAL FISCAL TRANSFERS (Federal Constitutional Monarchy)

FORM OF GOVERNMENT Malaysia’s form of government is FEDERAL CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY. It is nominally headed by paramount ruler (commonly referred to as the king) and a bicameral Parliament consisting of a nonelected upper house and an elected lower house. All Peninsular Malaysian states have hereditary … Continue reading MALAYSIA INTERGOVERNMENTAL FISCAL TRANSFERS (Federal Constitutional Monarchy)

Approaches to Accommodating Diversity in Federal Systems

(ConEd) Overview on Asymmetric Federalism The discussion of Dr. Francisco Lara, Jr. titled “Asymmetric Federalism: Managing Diversity and Internal Conflict” focused on two major topics, namely: (i) the current situation and concerns in the country that may influence the success of adopting a federal form … Continue reading Approaches to Accommodating Diversity in Federal Systems

ARTICLE II Family, Youth in Nation-building and Women’s Equality with Men Sections 12, 13, 14, Article II, 1987 Constitution

I. INTRODUCTION: The three sections of Article 2 that we are taking into consideration here are Sections 12, 13 and 14. But before we go into the details of the sections, it is fitting to consider the development of the concept of the family in … Continue reading ARTICLE II Family, Youth in Nation-building and Women’s Equality with Men Sections 12, 13, 14, Article II, 1987 Constitution