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Anybody from Ateneo... Please help... :)

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1 Anybody from Ateneo... Please help... :) on Sat Jan 14, 2012 12:23 am

donjie24


Arresto Menor
In dire need of the article "The Writ of Amparo: A Remedy to Enforce Fundamental Rights by Adolfo Azcuna 37 Ateneo L.J 13."

Can someone please help? thanks...

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2 Re: Anybody from Ateneo... Please help... :) on Mon Jan 23, 2012 7:14 pm

donjie24


Arresto Menor
haiz... Sad

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3 Re: Anybody from Ateneo... Please help... :) on Tue Jan 31, 2012 3:39 pm

redrider0404


Prision Correccional
donjie24 wrote:In dire need of the article "The Writ of Amparo: A Remedy to Enforce Fundamental Rights by Adolfo Azcuna 37 Ateneo L.J 13."

Can someone please help? thanks...

[ ABSTRACTS
1992] 1
The Writ of Amparo: A Remedy to Enforce
Fundamental Rights
Adolfo S. Azcuna
37 ATENEO L.J. 13 (1993)
SUBJECT(S) CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
KEYWORD(S): WRIT OF AMPARO, CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
The writ of amparo originated in Mexico. As a remedy to enforce human
rights, it has been raised to the international level by its inclusion in the
Inter-American Declaration of Human Rights. Moreover, the amparo is now
found in a multilateral instrument of universal application in the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights.
Part II of the Article provides for the different forms of amparo. Part III
tackles provision of amparo in modern constitutions while Part IV tackles the
constitutional basis of the writ in the Philippines. According to the Author
this basis is provided for in Section 5 (5) of Article VIII of the Philippine
Constitution which empowers the Supreme Court to “promulgate rules
concerning the protection and enforcement of constitutional rights.” ]

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4 Re: Anybody from Ateneo... Please help... :) on Tue Jan 31, 2012 3:44 pm

redrider0404


Prision Correccional
redrider0404 wrote:
donjie24 wrote:In dire need of the article "The Writ of Amparo: A Remedy to Enforce Fundamental Rights by Adolfo Azcuna 37 Ateneo L.J 13."

Can someone please help? thanks...

[ ABSTRACTS
1992] 1
The Writ of Amparo: A Remedy to Enforce
Fundamental Rights
Adolfo S. Azcuna
37 ATENEO L.J. 13 (1993)
SUBJECT(S) CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
KEYWORD(S): WRIT OF AMPARO, CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
The writ of amparo originated in Mexico. As a remedy to enforce human
rights, it has been raised to the international level by its inclusion in the
Inter-American Declaration of Human Rights. Moreover, the amparo is now
found in a multilateral instrument of universal application in the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights.
Part II of the Article provides for the different forms of amparo. Part III
tackles provision of amparo in modern constitutions while Part IV tackles the
constitutional basis of the writ in the Philippines. According to the Author
this basis is provided for in Section 5 (5) of Article VIII of the Philippine
Constitution which empowers the Supreme Court to “promulgate rules
concerning the protection and enforcement of constitutional rights.” ]

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