Philippines Ban On Import Cars Questioned

Since our last post on the situation in Phillippines (read Import News For Phillipines), a series or rapid event have been taking place. It was just recently revealed that 5 government agencies purposly neglected to uphold the ban and there are a number of senators that disagree with the ban.

Just at the end of last month a Supreme Court ruling ruled in favor of the ban. But senators are still defying the ruling they feel is wrong. The problem is that the ban is an Executive Order (EO) made by the President rather than a bill/law passed by the Senate. The senators in objection feel that this area the EO affects is the Senate’s territory.

We must wait to see what will be the result of this: Either the ban stays and questionable import practices are stopped or the ban might be lifted. It’s question of who has the most authority.

Source – Inquirer.net

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2 Responses to “Philippines Ban On Import Cars Questioned”

  1. cheska Says:

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  2. jay naguit Says:

    posible pa pubang mataggal ang ban?para makakuha ng used cars from japan? plano ko po ksing mag buy and sell ng mga used cars from japan. please advice

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