Why The Executive Or Presidential Power Remains To Be The Strongest In The Government

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Today, the statement “The executive or presidential power remains to be the strongest in the government” is already invalid given a number of reasons. Firstly, specific changes in the 1987 constitution in relation with other branches of the government, already restrict and limit the power of the executive. Moreover, these alterations were a product of the experience of being subjected under a dictatorial rule. In conclusion, it can be said that the government has already learned its lesson and so, it provided mechanisms in the constitutions to avoid another autocratic rule. Secondly, specific issues and cases show that there is an equal power play between the branches of the government. Furthermore, since the presidency of Cory Aquino, the
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