Submitted by Mark Segador on May 31, — 9: In major urban centers whether in Iloilo City, Oton or other parts of Metro Iloilo, there are public and private infrastructure projects being planned or implemented. From buildings, business parks, restoration efforts, road widening and construction, to power generation and irrigation dams, Iloilo is definitely busy gearing up for its comeback, not only as a premier city, but as one of the fastest growing province in the country.
However, the sangguniang kabataan chairman for each barangay shall be elected by the registered voters of the katipunan ng kabataan, as provided in this Code. Sangguniang barangay members shall be elected at large.
The presidents of the leagues of sanggunian members of component cities and municipalities shall serve as ex officio members of the sangguniang panlalawigan concerned.
The presidents of the "liga ng mga barangay and the pederasyon ng mga sangguniang kabataan" elected by their respective chapters, as provided in this Code, shall serve as ex officio members of the sangguniang panlalawigan, sangguniang panlungsod, and sangguniang bayan. Provided, That all local officials first elected during the local elections immediately following the ratification of the Constitution shall serve until noon of June 30, Voluntary renunciation of the office for any length of time shall not be considered as an interruption in the continuity of service for the full term for which the elective official concerned was elected.
If a permanent vacancy occurs in the offices of the governor, vice-governor, mayor, or vice-mayor, the highest ranking sanggunian member or, in case of his permanent inability, the second highest ranking sanggunian member, shall become the governor, vice-governor, mayor or vice-mayor, as the case may be.
Subsequent vacancies in the said office shall be filled automatically by the other sanggunian members according to their ranking as defined herein. Business planning guide for cooperatives in the philippines purposes of this Chapter, a permanent vacancy arises when an elective local official fills a higher vacant office, refuses to assume office, fails to qualify, dies, is removed from office, voluntarily resigns, or is otherwise permanently incapacitated to discharge the functions of his office.
For purposes of succession as provided in the Chapter, ranking in the sanggunian shall be determined on the basis of the proportion of votes obtained by each winning candidate to the total number of registered voters in each district in the immediately preceding local election.
Permanent Vacancies in the Sanggunian. The appointee shall come from the same political party as that of the sanggunian member who caused the vacancy and shall serve the unexpired term of the vacant office. In the appointment herein mentioned, a nomination and a certificate of membership of the appointee from the highest official of the political party concerned are conditions sine qua non, and any appointment without such nomination and certification shall be null and void ab initio and shall be a ground for administrative action against the official responsible therefore.
In cases where the temporary incapacity is due to legal causes, the local chief executive concerned shall also submit necessary documents showing that said legal causes no longer exist.
Such authorization shall specify the powers and functions that the local official concerned shall exercise in the absence of the local chief executive except the power to appoint, suspend, or dismiss employees. Approval of Leaves of Absence.
Provided, That the leaves of absence of the members of the sanggunian and its employees shall be approved by the vice-governor or city or municipal vice-mayor concerned; 3 Leaves of absence of the component city or municipal mayor shall be approved by the governor; and 4 Leaves of absence of a punong barangay shall be approved by the city or municipal mayor: Provided, That leaves of absence of sangguniang barangay members shall be approved by the punong barangay.
The presiding officer shall vote only to break a tie. He shall certify within ten 10 days from the passage of ordinances enacted and resolutions adopted by the sanggunian in the session over which he temporarily presided. Internal Rules of Procedure.
Provided, further, That a member convicted by final judgment to imprisonment of at least one 1 year for any crime involving moral turpitude shall be automatically expelled from the sanggunian; and 6 Such other rules as the sanggunian may adopt.
Such relationship shall include: In the absence of a specific constitutional or statutory provision applicable to this situation, "conflict of interest" refers in general to one where it may be reasonably deduced that a member of a sanggunian may not act in the public interest due to some private, pecuniary, or other personal considerations that may tend to affect his judgment to the prejudice of the service or the public.
The disclosure shall, in all cases, form part of the record of the proceedings and shall be made in the following manner: Provided, That, if the member did not participate during the deliberations, the disclosure shall be made before voting on the ordinance or resolution on second and third readings; and 2 Disclosure shall be made when a member takes a position or makes a privilege speech on a matter that may affect the business interest, financial connection, or professional relationship described herein.
The minimum numbers of regular sessions shall be once a week for the sangguniang panlalawigan, sangguniang panlungsod, and sangguniang bayan, and twice a month for the sangguniang barangay.
No two 2 sessions, regular or special, may be held in a single day. Should a question of quorum be raised during a session, the presiding officer shall immediately proceed to call the roll of the members and thereafter announce the results.
The presiding officer, upon proper motion duly approved by the members present, shall then declare the session adjourned for lack of quorum.
If the local chief executive concerned approves the same, he shall affix his signature on each and every page thereof; otherwise, he shall veto it and return the same with his objections to the sanggunian, which may proceed to reconsider the same. Veto Power of the Local Chief Executive.
In such a case, the veto shall not affect the item or items which are not objected to. The vetoed item or items shall not take effect unless the sanggunian overrides the veto in the manner herein provided; otherwise, the item or items in the appropriations ordinance of the previous year corresponding to those vetoed, if any, shall be deemed reenacted.
The provincial attorney or provincial prosecutor shall, within a period of ten 10 days from receipt of the documents, inform the sangguniang panlalawigan in writing of his comments or recommendations, which may be considered by the sangguniang panlalawigan in making its decision.Strategic Planning Handbook for Cooperatives Jerry C.
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