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SANDIGANBAYAN

 a special court which shall have jurisdiction over criminal and civil cases involving graft
and corrupt practices
 the provision on the Sandiganbayan was a constitutional recognition of the continuing
need to combat graft and corruption already recognized in earlier anti-graft laws (Nuñez
vs. Sandiganbayan)
 Generally, it has jurisdiction over public officers. However, in case private individuals are
charged as co-principals\, accomplices or accessories with the public officers or
employees, they shall be tried jointly with said public officers and employees.

OMBUDSMAN

 as an independent body, it has the power to appoint all officials and employees of the
Ombudsman except his deputies
 it has been vested with the power of administrative control and supervision of the Office

QUALIFICATIONS OF OMBUDSMAN AND HIS DEPUTIES

1. natural-born citizens of the Philippines


2. at least forty years old at the time of their appointment
3. of recognized probity and independence
4. members of the Philippine bar
5. must not have been candidates for any elective office in the immediately preceding
election
6. (The Ombudsman) must have been ten years or more been a judge or engaged in the
practice of law in the Philippines

APPOINTMENT AND TERM OF OFFICE

 The Ombudsman and his deputies shall be appointed by the President from a list of at
least six nominees prepared by JBC and from a list of three nominees for every vacancy
thereafter.
 appointment requires no confirmation
 vacancies shall be filled within three months after they occur
 shall serve for seven years without reappointment
 shall not be qualified to run for any office in the election immediately succeeding their
cessation from office

ARTICLE XII NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PATRIMONY


The Goals of the National Economy (Section 1)

1. more equitable distribution of opportunities, income and wealth


2. a sustained increase in the amount of goods and services produced by the nation for the
benefit of the people
3. an expanding productivity as the key to raising the quality of life for all, especially the
underprivileged

JURA REGALIA

 all lands of the public domain, waters, minerals, coal, petroleum, and other mineral oils,
all forces of potential energy, fisheries, forests or timber, wildlife, flora and fauna, and
other natural resources are owned by the State

IMPERIUM VS. DOMINIUM

 Imperium is the government authority possessed by the state expressed in the concept
of sovereignty while dominium is the capacity of the state to own or acquire property.

NATIONAL POLICY ON INDUSTRIALIZATION