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Rules and Law



It was during the administration of President Corazon Aquino that the current Philippine Constitution was enacted. More commonly known as the 1987 Constitution, it was drafted to replace the 1973 charter that was created during the Martial Law.

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OSG Law and it's IRR

As the Tribune of the People, the Office of the Solicitor General performs functions provided by the Constitution in its mandate to represent and protect the interests of the Philippine Government and its people.

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Graft and Corruption is known as the most pervasive deterrent to any nations progressive development. In the Philippines, corruption practices were prevalent even as early as the Spanish colonization. In 1960, recognizing that that the misuse of public funds for private gain posed a very grave threat to national development, the Philippine government enacted Republic Act No. 3019 or the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act.

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In its pursuit of a transparent and red-tape free administration, the government has enacted the Anti-Red Tape Act of 2007 (ARTA) which, among others, entails all government agencies to create a Citizen’s Charter which seeks to identify the agency’s frontline services and step-by-step procedures, including specific details on fees and documents to be presented by a client when filing complaints, requests and/or certifications.  

view R.A. No. 9485





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