Research

List of aviation accidents involving the Philippine military

Since 1947, at least 163 have died from aviation-related accidents involving the Philippine Air Force and Philippine Navy.

 

Comelec Resolution on General Instructions

General Instructions for the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) on the voting, counting, and transmission of results in connection with the 10 May 2010, National and Local elections.

Sidebar: Candidates’ take on nuclear power and the BNPP

Presidential aspirants' take on the nuclear power and the BNPP

Timeline: Nuclear Power in the Philippines

Historical background regarding the nuclear power developments in the Philippines

Timeline - Maguindanao Massacre (until the declaration of martial law)

Such was the savagery of the November 23, 2009 massacre of over 60 individuals in Maguindanao that it grabbed not just national but global attention. Considered the most gruesome act of politics-related violence in the country since the martial law years, it single-handedly made the Philippines the most dangerous place for journalists globally overtaking even war-torn Iraq.

Full text of Monsod and Medina petition to the Supreme Court to nullify the declaration of martial law in Maguindanao

MANILA, Philippines - Full text of the petition filed before the Supreme Court by Christian Monsod and Carlos Medina seeking to nullify Proclamation No. 1959 which imposed Martial Law in the province of Maguindanao. Proclamation 1959 was enforced by the Arroyo government in response to the brutal murder of over 60 individuals, including women and journalists, on November 23, 2009 in Ampatuan, Maguindanao province.

Comparative table of proposed rules for the Joint Session of Congress on Proc. No. 1959 (Martial Law in Maguindanao)

Comparative table of proposed provisions of the rules of the Joint Session of Congress on Proclamation No. 1959, which proclaimed a state of martial law in Maguindanao.  The table shows provisions proposed by either chambers of the Philippine Congress (House of Representatives and Senate) and indicates provisions agreed upon by both Houses.

Proclamation No. 1959 was issued by President Arroyo in the wake of the brutal slay of at least 57 individuals, including women and media practitioners, on November 23, 2009.

Rules of the Joint Session of Congress on Proc. No. 1959 (Martial Law in Maguindanao)

Governing rules of the Joint Session of Congress on Proclamation No. 1959, which proclaimed a state of martial law in Maguindanao.  Proclamation No. 1959 was issued by President Arroyo in the wake of the brutal slay of at least 57 individuals, including women and media practitioners, on November 23, 2009.

Petition to SC of Salonga, Pangalangan, Roque, etc. on Proclamation No. 1959

Petition to SC of Salonga, Pangalangan, Roque, etc. on Proclamation No. 1959

 

President Arroyo’s report to Congress on Proclamation No. 1959

President Arroyo’s report to Congress on Proclamation No. 1959