Constitutional Law framework and Criminal Law framework: Rebellions and Seditions (Intro, July 23 Zoom presentation : From Inciting to Sedition to Inciting to Terror )

 July 23 Zoom Presentation : From Inciting to Sedition to Inciting to Terror: Relic of a violent colonial past; Resurrecting an era of despotic destructiveness
(This visual presentation will be live and will be rendered only once. It  will not be uploaded online: Be sure not to miss it, July 23 at 2pm by Zoom: Register with “Name”, “Occupation”, “City” for Zoom registration by sending an email  to keijei1997@gmail.com   

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              Excerpts of the Outline

            Philippine constitutional law is based on American constitutional law.

                 Constitutional Law framework governing peoples’ movements —
whether armed or not  —

rising up “to alter or to abolish” “any form of government that becomes destructive” of the right to life, liberty, and happiness” “and to institute a new government”:

             …(W)henever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness …”
-Declaration of Independence, 1776

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(to be continued, excerpts of the Outline July 23 Zoom Presentation)
   This visual presentation will not be repeated and will not be uploaded online:
July 23 Zoom Presentation : From Inciting to Sedition to Inciting to Terror: Relic of a violent colonial past; Resurrecting an era of despotic destructiveness
Be sure not to miss it, July 23 at 2pm by Zoom: Register by emailing to: keijei1997@gmail.com