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ARTICLE ELEMENTS REQUISITES

131 Prohibition, interruption and dissolution of peaceful meetings


(1) That the offender is a public employee
(2) That he performs any of the acts mentioned:
(a) Prohibiting or interrupting, without legal
ground, the holding of a peaceful meeting or by
dissolving the same
(b) By hindering any person from joining any
lawful association or from attending any of its
meetings
(c) Prohibiting or hindering any persons from
addressing, either alone or together with
others, any petition to the authorities for the
correction of abuse or redress of grievances
132 Interruption of Religious Worship
(1) That the offender is a public officer or employee
(2) That religious ceremonies or manifestations of any
religion are about to take place or are going on
(3) That the offender prevents or disturbs the same
133 Offending the Religious Feelings
(1) That the acts complained of were performed:
(a) In a place devoted to religious worship
(b) During the celebration of an religious ceremony
(2) That the acts must be notoriously offensive to the
feelings of the faithful
134 Rebellion or Insurrection
(1) There must be
(a) Public uprising and
(b) Taking arms against the government
(2) That the purpose of the uprising movement is either
(a) To remove from the allegiance to said
government or its laws:
1. The territory of the Philippines or an part
thereof
2. Any body of land, naval or other armed
forces
(b) To deprive the Chief Executive or Congress,
wholly or partially, of any of their powers or
prerogatives
134-A Coup detat
(1) That the offender is a person or persons belonging
to the military or police or holding any public office
or employment
(2) That it is committed by means of a swift attack
accompanied by violence, intimidation, threat,
strategy or stealth
(3) That the attack is directed against duly constituted
authorities of the Republic of the PH, or any
military camp or installation, communication
networks, public utilities or other facilities needed
for the exercise and continued possession of power
(4) That the purpose of the attack is to seize or diminish
state power
Article 135: Penalty for Rebellion, Insurrection, or coupdetat
Article 136: Conspiracy and Proposal to commit Coup detat, rebellion or insurrection
Article 137: Disloyalty of public officers or employees

Article 138: Inciting to Rebellion or Insurrection


ARTICLE ELEMENTS REQUISITES
138 Inciting to Rebellion or Insurrection
(1) That the offender does not take arms or is not in
open hostility against the government
(2) That he incites others to the execution of any acts of
rebellion
(3) That the inciting is done by means of speeches,
proclamations, writings, emblems, banners or other
representations tending to the same end
139 Sedition
(1) That the offender rise
(a) Publicly and
(b) Tumultuously
(2) That they employ force, intimidation, or other
means outside of legal methods
(3) That the offenders employ any of those means to
attain any of the following objects:
(a) To prevent the promulgation or execution of any law
or the holding of any popular election
(b) To prevent the National Government, or any
provincial or municipal government, or any public
officer thereof from freely exercising its or his
functions, or prevent the execution of any
administrative order
(c) To inflict any act of hate or revenge upon the person
or property of any public officer or employee
(d) To commit, for any political r social end, any act of
hate or revenge against private persons or any social
class
(e) To despoil, for any political or social end, any person,
municipality or province, or the National
Government of all its property or any part thereof.
140 Penalty for Sedition
141 Conspiracy to commit sedition
142 Inciting to Sedition
(1) That the offender does not take direct part in the
crime of sedition
(2) That he incites others to the accomplishment of any
acts which constitute sedition
(3) That the inciting is done by means of speeches,
proclamations, writings, emblems, cartoons,
banners, or other representation tending to the same
end
143 Acts tending to prevent the meeting of the Assembly and similar bodies
(1) That there be a projected or actual meeting of the
National Assembly or any of its committees and
sub-committees, constitutional committees or
divisions thereof, or of any provincial board or city
or municipal council or board
(2) That the offender who may be any person prevents
such meeting by force or fraud
144 Disturbance of Proceedings
(1) That there be a meeting of the National Assembly or any of
its committees and sub-committees, constitutional
committees or divisions thereof, or of any provincial board
or city or municipal council or board
(2) That the offender does any of the following acts
(a) He disturbs any of such meetings
(b) He behaves while in the presence of any such bodies
in such a manner as to interrupt its proceedings or to
impair the respect due it.
ARTICLE ELEMENTS REQUISITES
145 Violation of Parliamentary Immunity
A. By using force, intimidation, threats or frauds to
prevent any member of the National Assembly or of
any of its committees or subcommittees,
constitutional commissions or committees or
divisions thereof, or from expressing his opinions or
casting his vote.
(1) That the offender uses force, intimidation, threats or
fraud
(2) That the purpose of the offender is to prevent any
member of the National Assembly from
(a) Attending the meetings of the Assembly or any
of its committees or constitutional commissions
(b) Expressing his opinions
(c) Casting his vote

Note: The offender is any person


B. By arresting or searching any member thereof while
the National Assembly is in regular or special
session, except in case such member has committed
a crime punishable under the Code by a penalty
higher than prision mayor
(1) That the offender is a public officer or employee
(2) That he arrests or searches any member of the
National Assembly
(3) That th3e assembly, at the time of the search, is in
regular or special session
(4) That the member arrested or searched has not
committed a crime punishable under the Code by a
penalty higher than prision mayor.
146 Illegal Assemblies
What are illegal assemblies?
A. Any meeting attended by armed persons for the
purpose of committing any of the crimes
punishable under the Code
(1) That there is a meeting, a gathering or group of
persons, whether in a fixed place or moving
(2) That the meeting is attended by armed persons
(3) That the purpose of the meeting is to commit
any of the crimes punishable under the code
B. Any meeting in which the audience, whether
armed or not, is incited to the commission of the
crime of treason, rebellion or insurrection,
sedition or assault upon a person in authority or
his agents
(1) That there is a meeting, a gathering or group of
persons, whether in a fixed place or moving
(2) That the audience, whether armed or not, is
incited to the commission of the crime of
treason, rebellion or insurrection, sedition or
direct assault.
147 Illegal Associations