Government of the Philippines

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The Government of the Philippines is the national government of the Philippines.wikipedia
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Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines

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The Supreme Court, which has a Chief Justice as its head and 14 Associate Justices, occupies the highest tier of the judiciary.
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines presides over the Supreme Court of the Philippines and is the highest judicial officer of the government of the Philippines.

Commission on Audit of the Philippines

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Article 9 of the Constitution of the Philippines establishes three constitutional commissions: the Civil Service Commission, the Commission on Elections, and the Commission on Audit.
It has the primary function to examine, audit and settle all accounts and expenditures of the funds and properties of the Philippine government.

President of the Philippines

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It is governed as unitary state under a presidential representative and democratic and a constitutional republic where the President functions as both the head of state and the head of government of the country within a pluriform multi-party system.

Central government

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The Government of the Philippines is the national government of the Philippines.

Philippines

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The Government of the Philippines is the national government of the Philippines.

Unitary state

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It is governed as unitary state under a presidential representative and democratic and a constitutional republic where the President functions as both the head of state and the head of government of the country within a pluriform multi-party system.

Presidential system

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It is governed as unitary state under a presidential representative and democratic and a constitutional republic where the President functions as both the head of state and the head of government of the country within a pluriform multi-party system.

Representative democracy

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It is governed as unitary state under a presidential representative and democratic and a constitutional republic where the President functions as both the head of state and the head of government of the country within a pluriform multi-party system.

Constitution of the Philippines

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Article 9 of the Constitution of the Philippines establishes three constitutional commissions: the Civil Service Commission, the Commission on Elections, and the Commission on Audit. It is governed as unitary state under a presidential representative and democratic and a constitutional republic where the President functions as both the head of state and the head of government of the country within a pluriform multi-party system. The powers of the branches are vested by the Constitution of the Philippines in the following: Legislative power is vested in the two-chamber Congress of the Philippines—the Senate is the upper chamber and the House of Representatives is the lower chamber.

Republic

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It is governed as unitary state under a presidential representative and democratic and a constitutional republic where the President functions as both the head of state and the head of government of the country within a pluriform multi-party system.

Head of state

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It is governed as unitary state under a presidential representative and democratic and a constitutional republic where the President functions as both the head of state and the head of government of the country within a pluriform multi-party system.

Head of government

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It is governed as unitary state under a presidential representative and democratic and a constitutional republic where the President functions as both the head of state and the head of government of the country within a pluriform multi-party system.

Diversity (politics)

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It is governed as unitary state under a presidential representative and democratic and a constitutional republic where the President functions as both the head of state and the head of government of the country within a pluriform multi-party system.

Multi-party system

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It is governed as unitary state under a presidential representative and democratic and a constitutional republic where the President functions as both the head of state and the head of government of the country within a pluriform multi-party system.

Legislature

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The powers of the branches are vested by the Constitution of the Philippines in the following: Legislative power is vested in the two-chamber Congress of the Philippines—the Senate is the upper chamber and the House of Representatives is the lower chamber.

Congress of the Philippines

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The powers of the branches are vested by the Constitution of the Philippines in the following: Legislative power is vested in the two-chamber Congress of the Philippines—the Senate is the upper chamber and the House of Representatives is the lower chamber.

Senate of the Philippines

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The powers of the branches are vested by the Constitution of the Philippines in the following: Legislative power is vested in the two-chamber Congress of the Philippines—the Senate is the upper chamber and the House of Representatives is the lower chamber.

House of Representatives of the Philippines

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The powers of the branches are vested by the Constitution of the Philippines in the following: Legislative power is vested in the two-chamber Congress of the Philippines—the Senate is the upper chamber and the House of Representatives is the lower chamber.

Executive (government)

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Executive power is exercised by the government under the leadership of the President.

Government

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Executive power is exercised by the government under the leadership of the President.

Judiciary

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Judicial power is vested in the courts with the Supreme Court of the Philippines as the highest judicial body.

Supreme Court of the Philippines

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The Supreme Court, which has a Chief Justice as its head and 14 Associate Justices, occupies the highest tier of the judiciary. Judicial power is vested in the courts with the Supreme Court of the Philippines as the highest judicial body.

President of the Senate of the Philippines

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The current President of the Senate is Vicente Sotto, III, while the current Speaker of the House of Representatives is Alan Peter Cayetano.

Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Philippines

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The current President of the Senate is Vicente Sotto, III, while the current Speaker of the House of Representatives is Alan Peter Cayetano.