Who is Punong Hukom?

Alexander Gesmundo
Chief Justice of the Philippines

Chief Justice of the Philippines Punong Mahistrado ng Pilipinas
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Incumbent Alexander Gesmundo since April 5, 2021
Style The Honorable (formal) Your Honor (when addressed directly in court)
Member of Supreme Court Presidential Electoral Tribunal Judicial and Bar Council

How many Secretarys are there in the Philippines?

Currently, it includes the secretaries of 22 executive departments and the heads of other several other minor agencies and offices that are subordinate to the president of the Philippines.

Who is the first female chief justice of the Philippines?

Maria Lourdes P.A. Aquino III in 2012, Chief Justice Sereno is the first woman appointed to the position.

How do you become a Chief Justice in the Philippines?

a natural-born citizen of the Philippines; at least 40 years of age. has been a judge of a court for at least ten years, or been engaged in the practice of law in the Philippines or has held office requiring admission to the bar as a prerequisite for at least ten years.

What is Hudikatura?

Definition for the Tagalog word hudikatura: hudikatura. [noun] judiciary. Root: hudikatura. Average Frequency.

Who appointed Chief Justice?

the President
The Chief Justice of India and the Judges of the Supreme Court are appointed by the President under clause (2) of Article 124 of the Constitution.

Which is higher secretary or undersecretary?

Undersecretary (or under secretary) is a title for a person who works for and has a lower rank than a secretary (person in charge). It is used in the executive branch of government, with different meanings in different political systems, and is also used in other organizational settings.

Which is higher assistant secretary or undersecretary?

Under Secretaries are generally Level III positions within the Executive Schedule, ranking below the position of Deputy Secretary and above the position of Assistant Secretary.

What do you call the highest court in the Philippines?

The Supreme Court (Filipino: Kataas-taasang Hukuman; colloquially referred to as the Korte Suprema) is the highest court in the Philippines. The Supreme Court was established by the Second Philippine Commission on June 11, 1901 through the enactment of its Act No.

Who is the youngest judge in the Philippines?

On his 45th birthday Floro was appointed a regional trial court judge in the Metro Manila region of the capital (the youngest ever appointed) and began work in November 1998.