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To approve, reform or modify the Regulations and orders for the Army, prepared by the Captain-General of the Army; to confer grades and promotions, from that of first lieuten[a]nt and to confer honors and rewards granted for services in war, at the recommendation of the said Captain-General of the Army. To select and nominate a Captain-General and a Lieutenant General. To convene the Assembly of Representatives when necessary, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution. The Vice-President shall fill ad interim the office of President in case of vacancy. For each Secretary there shall be a Sub-Secretary, who shall aid in the dispatch of business and shall in case a vacancy-occurs fill ad interim the place of such Secretary. Vice-President, Secretary, and Sub-Secretary can hold no other office in the Republic. The President, Vice-President, Secretary and Sub-Secretary shall be more than twenty-three years of age. The basis of every election and appointment to any office in the Republic shall be aptitude for the discharge of the office conferred. Tagalog shall be the official language of the Republic. The decisions of the Council of Government shall be determined by a majority vote, and all the members of the same shall take part in its deliberations. The executive power shall be vested in the President, or in his absence in the Vice-President, and shall have these powers: To approve and promulgate the acts of the Supreme Council of the Government; To provide for their execution within the period of nine days: To issue decrees, rules or instructions for their execution: To receive ambassadors and to execute treaties. In case of definite vacancies, in the office of President, Vice-President, and Secretaries, by death, resignation or other legal causes, the Assembly of Representatives shall meet for the election of others to fill the vacant offices. Each Secretary shall have a vote in the passage of all resolutions and measures of whatever kind, and shall be able to take part in the deliberations thereon. The Secretaries shall have the right to choose and nominate their own assistants and other officials of their respective departments. The Secretary of Foreign Affairs shall have charge of: All correspondence with foreign nations regarding treaties and agreements of all kinds; appointment of Representatives to said nations, issuing instructions for and authorizing the expenses of such officials, as by act of the Council of Government reside in foreign parts, and preparation of passports for foreign lands. The Secretary of the Interior shall be charged with: Collection of all statistics concerning the Republic; opening of roads and bridges; the advancement of agriculture, industry, commerce, art, professions and manufactures, public instruction and posts, depots of cattle and horses for the use of the Revolution: establishment of police for the protection or security of public order, and for the preservation of the liberties and individual rights established by this Constitution, and the custody of the property of the State. The Secretary of War is in charge of all military correspondence; of the increase and decrease, of the organization and instruction of the army; is head of the staff, is in charge of enlistment and of providing clothing, hospitals, rations and ordnance. The Secretary of the Treasury shall have under his charge all receipts and payments of the Treasury, making collections and payments in accordance with the regulations and decrees issued by the Council of Government; coining of money and issuance of paper money; the public debt; administration of the property of the State, and the further duties pertaining to the Treasury Department. The Secretaries shall have charge of the drafting of all laws, correspondence, regulations and decrees appertaining to their respective offices. The Captain-General of the Army shall have command of all the armed troops in the towns, forts or detachments; the direction of the operations of war, except in the case reserved for the Council of Government, as set forth in Article 2, No. He shall have while so acting a vote in the Council of Government. 5, and shall give such orders as he deems necessary for the discipline and safety of the troops. The Lieutenant-General shall serve as Captain-General of the Army, ad interim, in case of vacancy. Each province of the Philippines may have a representative delegate elected by universal suffrage , who shall represent it in the Assembly. Religious liberty, the right of association, the freedom of education , the freedom of the press , as well as freedom in the exercise of all classes of professions, arts, trades and industries are established. Every Filipino shall have the right to direct petitions or present remonstrances of any import whatsoever, in person or through his representative, to the Council of Government of the Republic. No person, whatever may be his nationality, shall be imprisoned or held except by virtue of an order issued by a competent court, provided that this shall not apply to crimes which concern the Revolution, the government or the Army. Neither can any individual be deprived of his property or his domicile, except by virtue of judgment passed by a court of competent authority. Every Filipino is obliged to serve the Revolution with his services, and property to the extent of his capacity. The debts and other obligations contracted prior to the promulgation of this Constitution by the Generals and other Chiefs of the Revolutionary Army, as well as their notes and orders, are hereby recognized and ratified to-day, also all subsequent debts, certified to by the government. The officials of the Council of Government are entitled to the consideration and respect due to their rank, and if they be constant in them they shall be entitled to pensions according to regulations to be published on the subject. The Council of Government has the power to remove any official from office if there be sufficient reason for it. Formal announcement in Malacanang of the appointment of Sec.Mar Roxas (not in photo) as DILG chief to replace the late Sec. Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya as DOTC head, taking over Roxas.
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I am not Mar Roxas,” said Abaya after the President announced Friday that he would take over the helm of the DOTC while Roxas will assume the DILG top post following the death of Jesse Robredo in a plane crash off Masbate on August 18.
The Cavite lawmaker said that he would ensure that the reforms instituted by Roxas be realized.
He said he looked forward to understanding more about the tasks of the DOTC which are an integral part of the nation’s progress as it aimed to “revitalize our airports, ports, and other infrastructure.” Abaya has been described by fellow lawmakers as a serious but silent worker in the House of Representatives.
On his third term as lawmaker representing the first district of Cavite, Abaya has signified that he would accept tasks that Aquino would give him after his work at the House of Representatives.