Philippines Anti-Cybercrime Police Groupe MOST WANTED PEOPLE List!

 

 

 

#1 Mick Jerold Dela Cruz

Present Address: 1989 C. Pavia St. Tondo, Manila

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#2 Gremelyn Nemuco

Present Address; One Rockwell, Makati City

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#3 Vinna Vargas

Address: Imus, Cavite 

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#4 Ivan Dela Cruz

Present Address: Imus, Cavite

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#5 Elton Danao

Permanent Address: 2026 Leveriza, Fourth Pasay, Manila 
Present Address: Naic, Cavite

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#6 Virgelito Dada

Present Address: Grass Residences, Quezon City 

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#7 John Christopher Salazar

Permanent address: Rivergreen City Residences, Sta. Ana, Manila

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#8 Xanty Octavo 

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#9 Daniel Boco

Address: Imus, Cavite

 

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#10 James Gonzalo Tulabot

Permanent Address: Blk. 4 Lot 30, Daisy St. Lancaster Residences, Alapaan II-A, Imus, Cavite 
Present Address: Pasay City

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#11 Lea Jeanee Belleza

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#12 Juan Sonny Belleza

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Woods ties for fourth at the Masters after a high-profile rules snafu during the second round in which he was deemed to have taken an improper drop after hitting his approach to the par-5 15th hole off the flagstick and into the water. At the time, a close birdie chance would have tied Woods for the lead. Instead, with the penalty strokes eventually handed down the next morning, Woods made an 8 on the hole and never recovered. Woods begins the season with a trip to the Middle East, where he misses the cut by 1 stroke after a rules violation during the second round of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. Woods mistakenly took a drop from a ball embedded in sand, and the 2-shot penalty has him leaving early.
RODOLFO ALBANO, JOAQUIN CHIPECO, JR., AND RUY ELIAS LOPEZ, RESPONDENTS,
S. International Cooperation Administration, which sponsored the training program, would terminate at the end of the present school term. He was pleased to learn that a “reasonable” number of students are taking the public administration course, and expressed optimism that Filipino graduates in the course would succeed in teaching the subject. The new executive secretary, who hails from Orion, Bataan, was drafted into the service at Malacañang, directly under the President, on April 12, 1955. A lawyer by profession, Secretary de Leon had been with the editorial staff of theManila Daily Bulletinfor five years and served as a congressman representing Bataan from 1931 to 1934. The President told the newsmen that he was appointing Fortunato de Leon as acting executive secretary and that he had extended new appointments of interim status to Eulogio Balao as secretary of national defense and Juan de G. The last two had been holding their portfolios in acting capacity. After conferring with Gen. Vargas, the President received Democratic Party leaders who informed him that the national executive committee of their party had ratified the NP-DP integration.

REPRESENTATIVES, REPRESENTED BY REP. JOSE G. DE VENECIA, AS HOUSE SPEAKER

The managers of the three corporations were requested to submit a list of their available stocks to the public works secretary. The Cabinet considered anew the proposed tri-partite barter project for the exchange of 20,000 metric tons of “D” sugar with Iranian rice as previously proposed, through Japan. It was decided that the barter with Japan should be abandoned in view of the unacceptability of the Iranian rice and that instead, direct negotiations on a government-to-government level be initiated by the Department of Foreign Affairs with the representative of the Burmese Government in Manila for direct barter. Col. Nicanor Jimenez, chairman of the Philippine delegation to the anti-subversion committee conference of the SEATO recently held in Bangkok, Thailand, tendered a preliminary report. Accompanied by Lt. Col. Jose Lukban of the NBI and Alberto Katigbak of the Department of Foreign Affairs, members of the delegation, Col. Jimenez also delivered a brass replica of the seal of the Thai national police as a gift from Gen. Pao Sriyanonda, director general of the Thai national police and deputy minister of the interior. This announcement was made after the President had received reports from certain quarters that several newly elected provincial, city, and municipal officials upon their assumption of office had started unwarranted and unjustified removals of subordinate employees in order to create vacancies for their political followers or supporters and/or recommendees of their leaders.
JORDAN, CARLOS G. CO, PRESIDENT OF CEBU CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY AND
AFTER breakfast, the President motored to San Pedro, Laguna, to visit the government settlement project. He was accompanied by Defense Undersecretary Jose M. Crisol, Laguna Gov. Dominador Chipeco, Frank E. Moore of the U. S. International Cooperation Administration , and an aide, Maj. Jose Estrella. The Cabinet also agreed to postpone the convention of provincial governors and city mayors, originally set for January 16, 17, and 18, until January 19, 20, and 21. The reason for the change in schedule was that January 17 had been set as the date for the election of barrio councils throughout the country. It was felt that the provincial governors would want to be in their respective provinces on that date. In accepting the check, the President thanked the Vietnamese chief executive on behalf of the Filipino people and assured him, through the minister, that the contribution would go a long way in alleviating the destitute families in typhoon-ravaged areas of the country. Minister Cao was accompanied to Malacañang by Ta Thai Buu, foreign affairs officer, Oscar Arellano of the Jaycees, and Juan C. Orendain of the Asian Good Neighbor Relations Commission.

RESPONDENTS.U.P. LAW ALUMNI CEBU FOUNDATION, INC., GOERING G.C.

The OSG buttresses this argument by pointing out that the Temporary Restraining Order dated December 18, 1996 that was made permanent in the dispositive portion referred only to the Delfin petition. The Delfin petition insufficient as it did not contain the required number of signatures of registered voters. Section 5 – A petition for an initiative on the 1987 Constitution must have at least twelve per centum (12%) of the total number of registered voters as signatories, of which every legislative district must be represented by stole my money at least three per centum (3%) of the registered voters therein. Initiative on the Constitution may be exercised only after five years from the ratification of the 1987 Constitution and only once every five years thereafter. It was excessively obvious to undersigned and other observers that respondent Chairman, straining at the leash, was lawyering for Sigaw ng Bayan in the Senate! It was discomfiting that he would gloss over the seeming wholesale falsification of 96.30% of the signatures in an exercise with no credibility!

In the casecited by petitioners, the one who raised the issue of non-joinder of indispensable parties was not the non-joined party, but Imelda Marcos, who was already a party to the case; hence, according to respondent Osmeña, the same case is not applicable to the present case. According to petitioners, in respondent Tayud Golf’s petition for annulment of the final orders, it was stated that petitioners were adjudged to be co-owners of, among others, one hundred eight parcels of land, which were actually owned by respondent Tayud Golf; however, the Order dated 9 December 2002 did not adjudge petitioners as the co-owners of the said parcel of lands. Afterwards, petitioners filed with the RTC a Motion for Judgment Based on the Compromise Agreementsdated October 4, 2006, attaching thereto the compromise agreements entered into by petitioners, respondent Osmeña and the Spouses De Jesus, the resolution of which is still pending. As stated by petitioners in the present petition, before the writ of partial execution was issued, Apollo Homes and Investment Corporation, on March 20, 2003, filed a Motion for Intervention, which was denied by the RTC on July 4, 2003, as well as the subsequent motion for reconsideration.

Petitioners claim that the required number of signatures of registered voters have been complied with, i.e., the signatories to the petition constitute twelve percent (12%) of all the registered voters in the country, wherein each legislative district is represented by at least three percent (3%) of all the registered voters therein. Certifications allegedly executed by the respective COMELEC Election Registrars of each municipality and city verifying these signatures were attached to the petition for initiative. The verification was allegedly done on the basis of the list of registered voters contained in the official COMELEC list used in the immediately preceding election. Let us not repeat the mistake committed by this Court in Javellana v. The Executive Secretary.
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