Terms in this set (11)
January 21, 1899
Date of Ratification of the Malolos Constitution
Philippine Revolution against Spain and Declaration of Independence
Historical Event Which Leads to the Creation of the Malolos Constitution
Chairman of the Commission of the Malolos Constitution
President of the Philippines -Malolos Constitution
Form of Government - Malolos Constitution
Form of Legislature - Malolos Constitution
4 years with reelection
Term of the President - Malolos Constitution
Male, 21 yrs old, well educated and had properties and annual tax amounting to 500 pesos.
Suffrage - Malolos Constitution
Legality of the Declaration of Independence.
Division of Government into three branches; Legislative, Executive and Judiciary.
The Separation of Church and State.
Freedom of Religion
Significant Provisions of Malolos Constitution 1
National Assembly approve rules for it's internal government.
To approve a bill, only ¼ of the vote of the members of the legislative body is required.
The Chief Justice and the Solicitor-General shall be chosen by the Natl. Assembly
Significant Provisions of Malolos Constitution 2
The Executive Committee, headed by the Prime Minister, as hereinafter provided, shall exercise the powers and discharge the duties of the President until a President shall have been elected and qualified.
If the Batasang Pambansa withdraws its confidence in the Prime Minister, the Speaker shall preside over the Executive Committee.
In the absence of an Executive Committee, the Speaker of the Batasang Pambansa shall act as President until a President shall have been elected and qualified.
Significant Provisions of Malolos Constitution 3
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