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  1. Ang Sentensyang Kamatayan (Death Penalty) sa Pilipinas

    KAMAKAILAN LANG, umugong na naman ang usapin tungkol sa parusang kamatayan, pagkatapos sumambulat sa balita ang ilang karumal-dumal na krimen. Ang parusang bitay ay kailanman hindi nagsilbi sa kapakanan ng hustisya; bagkus, ito'y ginamit upang kitlin ang mga kalayaan at karapatan ng mamamayang Pilipino. Mula sa panahon ng mga Kastila hanggang sa panahon ni Marcos, ang

  2. Pabor ka bang ibalik ang death penalty?

    Kailangan na ng kamay na bakal. Binaboy ng mga kriminal ang buhay, sila ang walang karapatang mabuhay.". - Arjo, Bulacan. "Kahit ano pwede. Ang mahalagang punto naman ng death penalty ay ...

  3. Talumpati Tungkol Sa Death Penalty

    Talumpati Tungkol Sa Death Penalty. A ng buhay ng isang tao ang siyang pinakasagradong regalo mula sa ating dakilang lumikha. Ang ating bansa ay isa sa mga bansa sa Asya na may pinakamaraming bilang ng mga kristiyano. Dahil dito hati ang paniniwala at opinyon ng mga tao sa muling pagbabalik ng "death penalty" o ng parusang kamatayan.

  4. A Position Paper On The Death Penalty in The Philippines

    A Position Paper on the Death Penalty in the Philippines - Free download as Word Doc (.doc / .docx), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. This paper discusses the arguments for and against the death penalty in the Philippines. It outlines the history of the death penalty in the country and how it has been imposed at different times.

  5. PDF Kasama ng

    Imposition of the Death Penalty in the Philippines). Muli nitong tinanggal ang parusang kamatayan sa pangalawang pagkakakataon. 2007 Noong ika-20 ng Nobyembre 2007, ang Pilipinas ay naging pinakaunang bansa sa Timog Silangang Asya na nagtibay sa Ikalawang Opsyonal na Protokol ng ICCPR (Second Optional Protocol to the ICCPR o ICCPR-OP2).

  6. Keep the Death Penalty Abolished in the Philippines (Tagalog)

    21st World Day Against the Death Penalty - The death penalty: An irreversible torture. Helping the World Achieve a Moratorium on Executions. In 2007, the World Coalition made one of the most important decisions in its young history: to support the Resolution of the United Nations General Assembly for a moratorium on the use of the death penalty as a step towards universal abolition.

  7. Philippines: The death penalty is an inhumane, unlawful and ineffective

    Since the death penalty was abolished in 2006, the Philippines has been a strong advocate against capital punishment and has championed several initiatives to this end in international forums. It has also worked to commute the death sentences imposed on Filipino nationals abroad, such as overseas workers.

  8. FAST FACTS: Death penalty in the world and in the Philippines

    Republic Act 9346 was then signed on June 24, 2006, abolishing the death penalty in the Philippines. Life imprisonment and reclusion perpetua took its place. Leo Echegaray was the last person to ...

  9. [OPINION] In search for true justice: Death penalty is a ...

    The history of the imposition of death penalty in the Philippines shows a volte-face attitude that clearly depicts the divided opinion and reception of our people towards the purpose, aptness and ...

  10. Death Penalty in the Philippines: Evidence on Economics and Efficacy

    However, the literature suggests that there is still no clear and credible empirical evidence to back the argument that the death penalty is a crime deterrent. Furthermore, this paper examined the potential drivers of the growing death penalty support in the Philippines and the possible implications of reinstating the death penalty in the ...

  11. Fact Sheet: Note on the death penalty and the Philippines

    The 1987 Philippines' Constitution was the first in Asia to prohibit the use of the death penalty, stating that: 'the death penalty shall not be imposed unless for compelling reasons involving heinous crimes, the Congress hereafter provides for it. The Philippines was one of 104 UN Member States to vote at the 2007 UN General Assembly in ...

  12. Ang Pagsulong ng Death Penalty sa Pilipinas ay Walang ...

    Hindi Death Penalty ang katapat ng pagbaba ng krimen sa Pilipinas, bagkus, ang dapat gawin ng gobyerno ay pagtibayin ang batas na makukulong at maparurusahan ang lumabag dito nang mintis at walang kinikilingan; mahirap o mayaman, may kapangyarihan o wala. Sanggunian: In. (2006, April 18). A timeline of death penalty in the Philippines. The PCIJ ...

  13. 5 solid reasons to support death penalty

    The following are strong reasons why people need to reconsider their inherent abhorrence to the death penalty and replace it with openness and acceptance. READ ALSO: Duterte to push through death penalty despite Pope's sermon. 1. To revive people's fear of the consequences of law violation. "We have a society now where obedience to the ...

  14. Yes to death penalty?

    Atty. Lorna Patajo-Kapunan. February 4, 2019. 5 minute read. The death penalty in the Philippines was first abolished in 1987, making the Philippines the first country in Asia to terminate death ...

  15. Capital punishment in the Philippines

    Capital punishment in the Philippines (Filipino: Parusang Kamatayan sa Pilipinas) specifically, the death penalty, as a form of state-sponsored repression, was introduced and widely practiced by the Spanish government in the Philippines.A substantial number of Filipino national martyrs like Mariano Gómez, José Burgos, and Jacinto Zamora (also known as GomBurZa), Thirteen Martyrs of Cavite ...

  16. How We Kill: Notes on the Death Penalty in the Philippines

    How We Kill: Notes on the Death Penalty in the Philippines . Joel F. Ariate Jr. . . A week after assuming office, neophyte senators Christopher "Bong" Go and Ronald . "Bato" dela Rosa ...

  17. DEATH PENALTY

    The death penalty is the ultimate cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment. Amnesty opposes the death penalty in all cases without exception - regardless of who is accused, the nature or circumstances of the crime, guilt or innocence or method of execution. Amnesty International holds that the death penalty breaches human rights, in particular ...

  18. Death Penalty Danger in the Philippines

    For years, the Philippines put people to death, particularly in cases of so-called heinous crimes. But President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, under pressure from the Catholic Church, abolished the ...

  19. Exploring the Death Penalty in the Philippines Essay

    The death penalty was abolished in the Philippines in 1987 but reintroduced in 1993 for "heinous" crimes. The country has one of the highest sentencing rates in the world, with over 400 people on Death Row. Arguments against the death penalty include doubts about its deterrent effect and concerns about fairness in trials.

  20. PDF Philippines: Abolition of the death penalty

    In 1987 the Philippines set an historic precedent by becoming the first Asian country in modern times to abolish the death penalty for all crimes. However, the death penalty was reintroduced in the Philippines in late 1993 for 46 different offences. Executions resumed in 1999 until former President Estrada in 2000 announced a moratorium on ...

  21. Argumentative essay about death penalty in the philippine pdf

    Argumentative Essay About Death Penalty in the Philippine. The death penalty is one of the most contentious and divisive issues in the Philippine legal system. For many, it is a potent symbol of justice, with proponents arguing that it serves as an effective deterrent for violent crimes.

  22. PDF Argumentative Essay About Death Penalty in the Philippine

    The death penalty is one of the most contentious and divisive issues in the Philippine legal system. For many, it is a potent symbol of justice, with proponents arguing that it serves as an effective deterrent for violent crimes. On the other hand, opponents of capital punishment argue that its implementation violates fundamental human rights ...

  23. Philippines arrests Australian suspect, reportedly the father of a

    In this handout photo provided by the Philippine Bureau of Immigration, Australian national Gregor Johann Haas poses for a mugshot following his arrest in Cebu province, Central Philippines on ...

  24. Philippines arrests Australian suspect, reportedly the father of a

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — One of Indonesia's most-wanted drug suspects has been arrested in the Philippines after an international manhunt and efforts were underway to have the suspect ...

  25. "Rugby Star's Aussie Dad Nabbed in Philippine Drug Bust"

    Indonesian drug suspect Gregor Johann Haas, linked to the Sinaloa cartel, was arrested in the Philippines after an Interpol red notice. Authorities allege Haas tried smuggling methamphetamine hidden in floor ceramics from Mexico to Indonesia. Extradition efforts are ongoing. Haas faces Indonesia's severe drug laws, including a potential death penalty.

  26. 'Death penalty' for illegal garbage dumping? A 'severe disregard for

    The CHR likewise stressed that the death penalty is prohibited under the 1987 Philippine Constitution, and its reimposition was officially abolished in 2006. "We reaffirm our stance against capital punishment and we are firm in our resolve to defend the sanctity of human life," it also said.

  27. Philippines arrests Australian suspect, reportedly the father of a

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — One of Indonesia's most-wanted drug suspects has been arrested in the Philippines after an international manhunt and efforts were underway to have the suspect extradited to Jakarta to face charges, Indonesian and Philippine officials said Friday. Philippine Immigration Commissioner Norman Tansingco said Gregor Johann Haas, 46, was detained in Bogo city […]

  28. Broncos star's father could face death penalty in Indonesia following

    The father of Australian rugby league player Payne Haas has been arrested in the Philippines and is accused of running enough drugs in Indonesia to qualify for the death penalty. Gregor Johann ...

  29. Book Review: 'Massacre in the Clouds,' by Kim A. Wagner

    In a new book, the historian Kim A. Wagner investigates the slaughter by U.S. troops of nearly 1,000 people in the Philippines in 1906 — an atrocity long overlooked in this country.