Intro to media law, concepts in constitutional law, origins, marichulambino

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This is for media law students.

Start of the intro to media law. Origins, concepts in constitutional law. (details of my notes on origins, Philippine constitutional law, to be distributed in a handout) 

   The introduction to media law consists of concepts in constitutional law. For Philippine constitutional law, we start with 1896 — when the inhabitants of this country were unified, culminating in the birth of the nation.


    ( And then,  part two is hierarchy of laws. Part three is the structure of  the judiciary.   This is the start of part one.)

    My notes on the origins of Philippine constitutional law: 

1896, the revolutionary movement. Based on extant records, the following are the fundamental codes and charters established by the revolutionary movement, the Katipunan,  and by the revolutionary government  organized after the overthrow of the Spanish colonial rulers: (this podcast plays automatically). Image by Carlos Francisco, music by John Lennon, a short clip — both  reproduced here for non-commercial and academic purposes.


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