Olongapo SubicBay BatangGapo Newscenter

Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Court says President can't ban Subic car imports

THE COURT of Appeals has ruled that President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's ban on the importation of used vehicles was unconstitutional.

In a 31-page ruling on Feb. 14, the appellate court's 4th Division upheld an Olongapo court ruling which nullified Executive Order 156, which prohibited the importation of used motor vehicles, saying that it had no legal basis.

"There is no law granting the President of the Republic of the Philippines authority to prohibit the importation of used motor vehicles. Consequently, we rule that Executive Order No. 156 has no constitutional and statutory basis and is therefore, invalid,” said the decision penned by Justice Perlita Tria Tirona.

The court said the executive department could not claim that Ms Arroyo issued the order based on her exercise of police power. Inquirer News Service
======================
CA OK’s import of used vehicles

By MERCEDES E. RULLAN TODAY Reporter

The Court of Appeals declared as unconstitutional the ban issued by President Arroyo against imported used vehicles, saying that the President has no authority to the issue order. read more . . .

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

<< Home


 

This is a joint private blog of volunteers from Subic Bay. It is being maintained primarily to collate articles that may be of importance to decision making related to the future of Subic Bay and as a source of reference material to construct the history of Subic Bay.

The articles herein posted remains the sole property of original authors and publications which has full credits to the articles.

Disclaimer: Readers should conduct their own research and due diligence before using any article herein posted for whatever intended purpose it may be. This private web log will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by a reader's reliance on information obtained from volunteers of this private blog.

www.subicbay.ph, http://olongapo-subic.com, http://sangunian.com, http://olongapo-ph.com, http://oictv.com, http://brgy-ph.com, http://subicbay-news.com, http://batanggapo.com 16 January 2012