set 5: macias v.comelec; mariano v.comelec; veterans vs.comelec; banat v.comelecsema v.comelec; marcos v.comelec; aquino v.comelec; aroyo v.devenecia; osmena v.pendatun; santiago v.sandiganbayan; mabanag v.lopez vito; casco v.gimenez; astorga v.villegas; morales v.subido; bondoc v.pineda; co. elec.tribunal; pimentel v.hret; guingona v.gonzales; coseteng v.mitrapp.v. jalosjos; jimenez v. cabangbang; puyat v. de guzmanMACIAS v. COMELECFACTS:The petitioners of the case are four members of the House of Representatives from Negros Oriental, Misamis Oriental, and Bulacan, and the provincial governor of Negros Oriental, bringing this action on behalf of themselves and other residents of their provinces. The petitioners filed this action preventing the respondent from implementing Republic Act 3040, that apportions representative districts in this country, alleging as such: (a) it was passed by the House of Representatives without printed final copies of the bill having been furnished the Members at least three calendar days prior to its passage; (b) it was approved more than three years after the return of the last census of the countrys population; and (c) it apportioned districts without regard to the number of inhabitants of the several provinces. On the other hand, the respondents, admitting some allegations but denying the others contented that they were just merely complying with their duties under the statute, which they presumed and alleged ...
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