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DECENTRALIZATION-1.pptx

  1. 1. DECENTRALIZATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
  2. 2. POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF THE “MUNICIPALITY”
  3. 3. MAYOR Hon.Luz E. Ricasio
  4. 4. Mayor is involve in advancing community cohesion and promoting civic awareness and is the principal member and spokesperson for council including, representing the view of the council as to its local priorities. The Mayor preside over the council meeting and manage the conduct of participants at the council meeting. Role And Function
  5. 5. Power The power of the mayor is to hire, suspend and fire all the municipal employees, except the city attorney, municipal clerk and administrator if one is employed.
  6. 6. VICE MAYOR Hon.Juan P. Enero
  7. 7. Role And Function Many elected vice mayors are member of local government who are given the title and serve as acting mayor in the mayor absence. Appointive vice mayor serve at the pleasure of the mayor and may function as chief operating officers.
  8. 8. POWER The Local Government Code Of 1991, provide that the Vice Mayor shall exercise an executive and administrative power in the legislative department being regular presiding officer of the sangguniangbayan sign all warrant drawn on the municipal treasury for all expenditures appropriated for the of the sangguniangbayan as a whole and appoint its officers and employees.
  9. 9. REPRESENTATIVE Hon.Josefina B. Tallado
  10. 10. ROLE AND FUNCTION Representative also known as congressman or congresswoman each representative elected to a two years term serving the people of a specific congressional district. Among the duties, representatives introduce bill and resolution, offer amendments and serve on the committees.
  11. 11. POWER The constitution grant congress the sole authority to enact legislation and declare war, and provide public money and oversee its proper expenditures
  12. 12. POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF THE “PROVINCES”
  13. 13. GOVERNOR • Roles and Responsibilities • The Provincial Governor, as the chief executive of the provincial government, is mandated to exercise powers and perform duties and functions necessary to promote the general welfare of the province and its inhabitants.The Provincial Governor, as the chief executive of the provincial government, is mandated to exercise powers and perform duties and functions necessary to promote the general welfare of the province and its inhabitants.
  14. 14. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Supervise the implementation of programs and projects carried out by the provincial government. • Oversee the enforcement of laws and ordinances that affect the province • Initiate and maximize revenue generation for the province • Initiate and maximize the use of resources in the implementation of programs and projects for the benefit of his/her constituents • Ensure the delivery of basic services and the provision of adequate facilities for constituents • Oversee the implementation of the provincial development plan
  15. 15. VICE GOVERNOR Powers and Responsibilities Serve as presiding officer of the sangguniang panlalawigan (provincial board) Appoint all officials and employees of the sangguniang panlalawigan aside from those appointment is prescribed in the Local Government Code of 1991 Take over as governor for the remaining years in a term in the event of permanent vacancy, therefore exercising all powers and functions of the provincial chief executive
  16. 16. SANGGUNIANG PANLALAWIGAN (PROVINCIAL BOARD) MEMBER • Composition of the Provincial Board • Vice governor, who serves as presiding officer • Elected regular members • President of the provincial chapter of Liga ng mga Barangay sa Pilipinas • President of the provincial chapter of the Sangguniang Kabataan Federation • President of the provincial chapter of federation of municipal and component city councils • 3 sectoral representatives: 1 from among women, 1 from agricultural or industrial workers, and 1 from any of the following: urban poor, indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities
  17. 17. POWERS AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Enacting ordinances and resolutions to appropriate funds for the programs and projects of the province • Enact annual and supplemental appropriations of the provincial government • Approve and pass ordinances and resolutions necessary for the function of the provincial government • Grant franchises and approve permits and licenses

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