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Article Iii Of 1987 Philippine Constitution

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Article III of 1987 Philippine Constitution

This is a side-by-side presentation of Article III of the 1987 Philippine Constitution in the Filipino language and in English.
|IN FILIPINO |ENGLISH TRANSLATION |
| | |
|ARTIKULO III |ARTICLE III |
|KATIPUNAN NG MGA KARAPATAN |BILL OF RIGHTS |
|SEKSYON 1. Hindi dapat alisan ng buhay, kalayaan, or |Section 1. No person shall be deprived of | ...view middle of the document...

|personally by the judge after examination |
| |under oath or affirmation of the complainant |
|SEKSYON 3. (1) Hindi dapat labagin ang pagiging lihim |and the witnesses he may produce, and |
|ng komunikasyon at korespondensya maliban sa legal na |particularly describing the place to be |
|utos ng hukuman, o kapag hinihingi ang naiibang |searched and the persons or things to be |
|kaligtasan o kaayusan ng bayan ayon sa itinakda ng |seized. |
|batas. | |
|(2) Hindi dapat tanggapin para sa ano mang layunin sa |Section 3. (1) The privacy of communication |
|alin mang hakbangin sa paglilitis ang ano mang |and correspondence shall be inviolable except|
|ebidensya na nakuha nang labag dito o sa sinusundang |upon lawful order of the court, or when |
|seksyon. |public safety or order requires otherwise, as|
| |prescribed by law. |
|SEKSYON 4. Hindi dapat magpatibay ng batas na | |
|nagbabawas sa kalayaan sa pananalita, pagpapahayag, o |(2) Any evidence obtained in violation of |
|ng pamamahayagan, o sa karapatan ng mga taong-bayan na |this or the preceding section shall be |
|mapayabang magkatipon at magpetisyon sa pamahalaan |inadmissible for any purpose in any |
|upang ilahad ang kanilang mga karaingan. |proceeding. |
| | |
|SEKSYON 5. Hindi dapat magbalangkas ng batas para sa |Section 4. No law shall be passed abridging |
|pagtatatag ng relihiyon, o nagbabawal sa malayang |the freedom of speech, of expression, or of |
|pagsasagamit nito. Dapat ipahintulot magpakailanman |the press, or the right of the people |
|ang malayang pagsasagamit at pagtatamasa ng |peaceably to assemble and petition the |
|pagpapahayag ng relihiyon at pagsamba nang walang |government for redress of grievances. |
|pagtatangi o pamimili. Hindi dapat kailanganin ang | |
|pagsusulit pangrelihiyon sa pagsasagamit ng karapatang |Section 5. No law shall be made respecting an|
|sibil o pampulitika. |establishment of religion, or prohibiting the|
| |free exercise thereof. The free exercise and |
|SEKSYON 6. Hindi dapat bawalan ang kalayaan sa |enjoyment of religious profession and |
|paninirahan at ang pagbabago ng tirahan sa saklaw ng |worship, without discrimination or ...

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