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CONTRIBUTIONS

Prepared by Jamilah Jill C. Tuazon

1987 Constitution
Supervise use
Mandates
of government
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campaignensure equal
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elections
running for elective
Ban foreign
positions
electoral
contribution

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Gift

CONTRIBUTION
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Is contract, promise or
agreement to contribute,
whether
or
not
legally
enforceable included in the
term contribution?

YES

NO

money value of the facilities


can be assessed based on the
rates prevailing in the area

Use of facilities voluntarily donated by other


persons is also included in the term contribution

Does the term contribution


include services rendered
without compensations by
individuals volunteering a
portion or all of their time in
behalf of a candidate or
political party

YES

NO

The purpose of both


contribution and
expenditure is to
influence the
results of the
election.

During what period(s) is the giving or


contributing of foods, drinks or
transportation by any candidate, political
party, organizations or any person
considered an election offense?
(A) Five (5) hours before or after a public meeting
(B) The day
the election directly or
Giving
or preceding
contributing,
(C) The day of the election
indirectly any money or thing of
(D) A & B only
value for(E)such
purposes is also
A & C only
considered (F)
asB election
offense.
& C only
(G) All of the above

Sec. 95 provides that it shall be unlawful for


any person to solicit or receive, directly or
indirectly, any contribution for purposes of
partisan political activity from any of the
persons or entities:
It includes individual,
partnership, committee,
association, corporation
and other organization or
group of persons.

(a) Public or private institutions: However, a


loan is allowed if the institution is in the
business of lending money, and such loan is
in accordance with the laws and granted is
in the ordinary course of business;
(b) Natural or juridical persons
operating a public utility or in
possession of or exploiting any
natural resources of the nation;

(c) Natural or juridical persons who hold contracts


or sub-contracts to supply the government or any
of its division, subdivisions or instrumentalities,
with goods or services or to perform construction
or other works;
(d) Natural or juridical persons who have
been granted franchises, incentives,
exemptions, allocations or similar privileges
or concessions by the government or any of
its
divisions,
subdivisions,
or
instrumentalities, including GOCCs;

(e) Natural or juridical persons who, within one


year prior the date of election, have been granted
loans or other accommodations in excess of
P100,000 by the government or any of its
divisions,
subdivisions
or
instrumentalities
including GOCCs;
(f) Educational institutions which have
received grants of public funds amounting to
no less than P100,000;
(g) Officials and employees of the Civil
Service, or members of the Armed Forces of
the Philippines; and
(h) Foreigners and foreign corporations.

Sec. 96 lists the following requisites which constitute


the election offense of soliciting or receiving
contributions from foreign sources. These requisites are: