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o

A.

Legislative

o

B.

Executive

o

C.

Judicial

o

D.

Government

2.

The “branch” of gov’t which has the power to implement or enforce the laws.

 

o

A.

 

Legislative

 

o

B.

 

Judicial

 

o

C.

 

Executive

 

o

D.

 

Government

3.

o

A.

Legislative

o

B.

Executive

o

C.

Judicial

o

D.

Government

4.

 
 

o

A.

 

Power of Appropriation

 

o

B.

 

Veto Power

 

o

C.

 

Budgetary Power

 

o

D.

 

Power of Eminent Domain

5.

Refers to the agency or instrumentality through the will of the State is formulated, expressed and realized.

o

A.

Legislative

o

B.

Executive

o

C.

Judiciary

o

D.

Government

6.

 
 

o

A.

 

Division of Powers

 

o

B.

 

Decentralization

 

o

C.

 

Separation of Powers

 

o

D.

 

Checks and Balances

7.

The principle observe in the branches of the government which gives them a co-equal and coordinate powers. If one department goes beyond the limits set by constitution, its acts are null and void.

10.

 

11.

According to Art. VIII sec. 1, the power to review, revise, reverse, modify or affirm a decision of a lower court is vested in what court?

12.

In the exercise of executive clemency, which of the following requires the concurrence of the Congress to be effective and valid?

 

o

A.

 

Amnesty

 

o

B.

 

Reprieve

 

o

C.

 

Commutation

 

o

D.

 

Pardon

13.

The minimum age qualification of a president on the day of election.

o

A.

25 yr old

o

B.

 

35

yr old

 

o

C.

 

30

yr old

 

o

D.

 

40

yr old

14.

 
 

o

A.

 

Senate President

 

o

B.

 

Speaker of the House

 

o

C.

 

Congressman

 

o

D.

 

Vice President

15.

The minimum age qualification of district representative or member of the House of Representatives.

 

o

A.

 

25

yr old

 

o

B.

 

35

yr old

o

C.

30

yr old

o

D.

40

yr old

16.

These rights still exist even there are no laws that create or provide them.

 

o

A.

 

Natural Rights

 

o

B.

 

Political Rights

 

o

C.

 

Constitutional Rights

 

o

D.

 

Civil Rights

17.

What right is involved if an employee is terminated from work without just cause?

o

A.

Right to Life

o

B.

Right Liberty

o

C.

Right to Property

o

D.

Right to Travel

18.

What is required before a person shall be deprived of life liberty, or property?

 

o

A.

 

Due process of law

 

o

B.

 

Observance of Equal protection of laws

 

o

C.

 

Non- payment of bail

 

o

D.

 

All of the choices

19.

Mr. Asher arrested and placed under custodial investigation. He was not informed of his right to remain silent and to have competent and independent counsel preferably of his own choice. What Constitutional right of Mr. Asher was violated?

 

o

A.

 

Political Rights

 

o

B.

 

Natural Rights

 

o

C.

 

Civil Rights

 

o

D.

 

Rights of the Accused

20.

Mr. Asher was convicted and the penalty imposed was life imprisonment. The President reduced his penalty to six month imprisonment. What POWER of the president was exercised?

o

A.

Veto Power

o

B.

Military Power

o

C.

Pardoning Power

o

D.

Control Power

21.

While walking along Showtime Street, Pastillas girl was suddenly apprehended by the police officer and was taken in the police station. What right of Pastillas girl was violated?

 

o

A.

 

Right against warrantless arrest

 

o

B.

 

Right against warrantless search

 

o

C.

 

Right against invasion of privacy

 

o

D.

 

All of the choices.

22.

Mr. Alden was accused of murdering Yaya Nidora. The trial court acquitted Mr. Alden because there is no proof beyond reasonable doubt that he killed Yaya Nidora. Two months after the acquittal, the relatives of Yaya Nidora filed a Homicide case against Mr. Alden. What appropriate right can be invoked by Mr. Alden in this case?

o

A.

Rights against double jeopardy

o

B.

Right against self-incrimination

o

C.

Miranda right

o

D.

Statutory right

23.

o

A.

1, 2, & 4

o

B.

1,2, & 6

o

C.

1,2, & 3

o

D.

All of the choices

 

24.

 

The author/s of the Philippine Constitution.

 

25.

 

According to Art. VIII sec. 1, the power to review, revise, reverse, modify or affirm a decision of a lower court is vested in what court?

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