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The LEGIS is a search-based system that allows access, retrieve, or save structured bills information and status as well as download full texts of Bills, and Resolutions, its Authorship, Committee Referrals, and Nature of Bills from the 8th Congress to the present 17th Congress.

ONLINE POLL
The 18th Congress opened with renewed interest in the re-imposition of the death penalty, particularly for serious drug-related offenses. In the first week of the First Regular Session, the House recorded six House bills intent on removing the restrictions on capital punishment that were put in place during the Arroyo Administration under RA 9346. Proponents of these measures argue that the State needs the strongest of deterrents to curb the proliferation of dangerous drugs. Should Congress lift the legislative restrictions on the death penalty for the importation, sale, and manufacture of narcotic contraband in the Philippines?

 

Yes, capital punishment will prove to be an effective tool against drug proliferation

No, these measures still cannot guarantee with absolute certainty that the innocent are not put to death

I am undecided.

DISCLAIMER: This poll does not purport to reflect the opinions, inclinations, or views of the House of Representatives as a whole, including its Members and employees. Any proposed bill or measure featured in such poll does not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the leadership of the House of Representatives and its Members concerning its passage but rather to forment public discussion in aid of potential legislation.
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