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Philippine Politics and Governance
These diverse perspectives, however, have been held together by the overall themes indicated in its subtitle-the challenges to democratization and development. The different chapters are clustered into sections which include the societal context of Philippine government and politics, principal government institutions (the presidency, legislature, judiciary, bureaucracy, military, and local governments) and policy, as well as the nongovernment organizations that have taken the cudgels to articulate the interests of the voiceless and invisible sectors-the rural and urban poor, many of whom are children, the elderly, indigenous peoples, and women. These sectors have been long sidelined at the periphery of country’s politics and economy dominated by the competing elite factions.
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