2014 (Political Law) Bar Exam Questions: Question 21

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XXI.

Constituent power refers to the authority (1%)

(A) of public officials to command respect

(B) given to Congress to enact police power measures

(C) to propose constitutional amendments or revisions

(D) of the people to take back the power entrusted to those in government

(E) of the President to call out the armed forces to suppress lawless violence

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