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PostPosted: Sat Feb 05, 2005 6:14 pm 
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Hi there... wazup? there is an on going debate right now in Marriott Hotel, the topic is my subjet right now! I would like you to come join me on the debate and share your ideas on the issue! Actually the debate takes place in Cebu and participated by Carolinians and Ateneos. Good luck shaw!

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Place corrupt government agencies on martial law, it would be
easier to solve graft and corruption. Confiscate their loot and
put them in jail. Once all of them are rounded up, replace them
with people of integrity, and lift martial law. Please note martial
law will apply only to corrupt government agencies, I am afraid
it will be the entire Philippine government. Just an idea that
might change corruption as a way of life in the country.

Maybe it can be done one agency at a time until all the agencies
are purge of these shameless people. They are the worst.

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Whats good in changing form of government? NOTHING! Our present corrupt officials will STILL be there anyway...
just a waste of time and money from our TAXES!!!


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we need a benevolent dictator.


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Can somebody kindly explain to me the whole concept of Federalism? I'm a bit short on this one. Thanks.

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toy_bulldog wrote:
Can somebody kindly explain to me the whole concept of Federalism? I'm a bit short on this one. Thanks.



Pare in a Federalism form ang power nasa local goverment, I mean every region or state. Each has it's own power to run their constituents. And the central goverment will be the federal goverment, the over all. Each region or state will be headed by a governor who will be their representative in the central goverment.


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Sounds scary to me.


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dixie wrote:
Sounds scary to me.



HA . . . ha . . . ha . . . there are always advantages and disadvantages :D
one advantage I can see is that Regions like Cebu, Davao or Mindanao will not have to depend on the central goverment to improve or develop their locality. The power to govern will be transfered directly to the people whom local residents have chosen or voted. If it is a farming region or fishing region they can concentrate on that and maximize profit which will go to their own account and only a portion of that will be given to the central goverment. In short they get to spend their own money for their own projects which will benefit local residents. The Federal goverment will only step in if there are problems that the local cannot solve on their own. :D


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fishy in here


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para saken kahit anong system pa ng government ang gamitin... kung bulok yung mga namumuno wala rin wenta...


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tama ka dyan dude, kung federal government mas magiging corrupt lang mga local officials, in our province our mayor gets 500,000 pesos in jueteng alone just by doing nothing to stop it. paano pa kaya yung ibang government projects. siguradong mas malaking pera yun. :banghead:


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BedaBoy4Pacquiao wrote:
tama ka dyan dude, kung federal government mas magiging corrupt lang mga local officials, in our province our mayor gets 500,000 pesos in jueteng alone just by doing nothing to stop it. paano pa kaya yung ibang government projects. siguradong mas malaking pera yun. :banghead:



Well that's the disadvantage . . . local offcials will also have more power to do their thing . . . but make no mistake about it . . . these people will still be in check and balance by the central goverment. There will always be federal agents to monitor their activities secretly. :D AND BRING THEM TO JUSTICE IF THEY NEED TO BE.

Bro corruption is every where . . . even in China and U.S. so CORRUPTION ISSUE should not be a detterent for us to seek solutions to our present predicament. We should be open minded and always ready to accept changes and improvements in our lives.


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sabi sa inyo, kelangan natin, benevolent dictator...

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rbm115 wrote:
sabi sa inyo, kelangan natin, benevolent dictator...

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MABUHAY SI PRESIDENTE MARCOS!!!! (Rolando Navarette after KO'ng Choi Chung Il at the Rizal Park). :biglaugh: :biglaugh: :biglaugh:


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[quote="Polkadot"]Place corrupt government agencies on martial law, it would be
easier to solve graft and corruption. Confiscate their loot and
put them in jail. Once all of them are rounded up, replace them
with people of integrity, and lift martial law. Please note martial
law will apply only to corrupt government agencies, I am afraid
it will be the entire Philippine government. Just an idea that
might change corruption as a way of life in the country.

Maybe it can be done one agency at a time until all the agencies
are purge of these shameless people. They are the worst.[/quote]

I dont think so bro. Most of the corrupt officials are in the military. If you will put the government under martial law, you are just worsening the issue.


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