p. 3. The electoral commission may sit on the bench or in three departments. All cases of voting can be heard and decided by departments, with the exception of contests involving members of the Batasang Pambansa and which are heard and decided. Unless otherwise stated by law, all voting cases are decided for decision within 90 days of the date of their decision. (2) A provision or decree is not included in the General Means Bill, unless it specifically refers to specific means. Such a provision or order is limited, in its operation, to the means to which it relates. 12. (1) There is at least once a month a question hour, or as often as stipulated by the rules of the Batasang Pambansa, which must be on its agenda, during which the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister or each Minister may be invited to come forward and answer questions and to the questioning of members of the Batasang Pambansa. Written questions must be presented to the spokesperson at least three days before Question Time. Arrests are not limited to written questions, but may relate to related issues. The agenda should include Question Time themes.
If state security requires it and the President explains it in writing, Question Time will be conducted at the Executive Session. THE SEC. 2. Batasang Pambansa adopts a local authority code that cannot be changed later, with the exception of a majority vote of all its members, by defining a more responsive and responsible structure of local authorities, with an effective recall system, which assigns to the various local government entities their skills, responsibilities and resources and provides qualifications , elections and expulsions, the mandate, the treatment. , the powers, functions and functions of local officials, as well as any other issues related to the organization and operation of local units. However, any change in the current form of local government will not come into force until it is ratified by a majority of votes cast in a referendum requested to do so. THE SEC. 10.
The salary of the Supreme Justice and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court, as well as lower court judges, is set by law, which is not reduced during the term of the office.