The 3 branches of goverment and its function is The Legislative Branch
The Executive Branch
The Judicial Branch
The function of The Legislative Branch is to make the laws
And The Executive Branch is to enforce the laws
And The Judicial Branch is to interpret the laws.
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1. Dep Ed -Department of Education
2. DND-Department of National Defence
3. DPWH -Department of Public works and highways
4. PIA-Philippine information Agency
5.Pop Com -commission on population
6. DA-Department of Agriculture
7. DBM-Department of budget and management
8. PMA-Philippine military academy
9. PNRC -Philippine National Red Cross
10. NNC -National Nutrition Council
11, PHA -Public health associates
12. NEDA-national economic and development authority
13. DOH-Department of Health
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Decentralization is the process by which the central government relinquishes certain functions to Local government units.
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Philippine Government - is a republic with a presidential form of government wherein power is equally divided among its three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial.
Explanation:The Legislative branch is authorized to make laws, alter, and repeal them through the power vested in the Philippine Congress.The Executive branch carries out laws.The Judicial branch evaluates laws.
The government framework of the Philippines involves three sovereign yet interdependent branches.
1. Legislative branch. This branch creates the laws and its power resides in the Congress which consists the Senate and the House of Representatives.
2. Executive branch. This is the law-enforcing body headed by the president of the Philippines.
3. Judicial branch. This is the law-interpreting body. It is system of courts headed by the Supreme Court that interpret, enforce, or nullify laws when disputes arise.
1. The Legislative Department (Article VI)
The remainder of the House seats are designated for sectoral representatives elected at large through a complex "party list" system, hinging on the party receiving at least 2% to 6% of the national vote total.
2. The Executive Department ( Article VII)
The executive branch is headed by the President who functions as both the head of state and the head of government. The president is also the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.
3. The Judicial Department ( Article VII)
The judiciary branch of the government is headed by the Supreme Court, which has a Chief Justice as its head and 14 Associate Justices, all appointed by the president on the recommendation of the Judicial and Bar Council. Other court types of courts, of varying jurisdiction around the archipelago, are the:
Lower Collegiate Courts
Court of Appeals
Court of Tax Appeals
Regional Trial Courts
Metropolitan Trial Courts
Municipal Trial Courts
Municipal Trial Courts in Cities
Municipal Circuit Trial Courts
Sharia District Courts
Sharia Circuit Courts