Demographic Segmentation

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Department of Social Sciences and Humanities
San Beda College

Final Examination
Introduction to Political Science, Philippine Government and Constitution


1. The power of the government to enact laws promoting public welfare by restraining and regulating the use of liberty and property is otherwise known: a. Taxation b. Eminent domain c. Police power d. Ray-gun

2. The above-mentioned power is inherently vested upon the a. Judiciary branch b. Executive branch c. Legislative branch d. Armed Forces of the Philippines

3. The statement “No person shall be deprived of his life, liberty or property” is a. Absolutely true b.
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14. The President may not make any appointments a. Two months before the next elections b. Two months after the opening of the campaign period c. Two months before the next presidential elections d. Two months during the next elections

15. An exception provided under the Constitution to the aforementioned prohibition is the temporary appointment of a. Justices of the Supreme Court b. High-ranking armed forces officials, when continued absence will cause disarray to the chain of command c. Executive positions, when continued vacancies therein will prejudice public service d. State prosecutors, when continued lack will result to injustice

16. Bogart was aboard PEKKA shipping lines. Unknown to him, his baggage was being inspected by the shipping line’s private security officers, who in turn found packs of shabu therein. The security officers then reported the matter to the Philippine Coast Guard. In light of Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution, the search conducted is a. Invalid because consent was not given prior to the search. b. Invalid because the packs of shabu was not apparent on the outer surface of the baggage, and therefore would not constitute any probable cause to effect a warrantless search. c. Valid because had it not been for such random inspection, the shabu would not have been found. d.
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