The House seat aspirant also called on the JCPC
to order a review of the contracts of the power plants that undergo these simultaneous shutdowns.
(10) Incidentally Lord Mance was also a Law Lord of the JCPC
. It is evident, therefore, that while the Conservative Party traditionally loathes the ECtHR, (11) the decisions of the court and political environment have not served to coalesce the political will of the governing coalition to change the status quo.
It was endorsed by the JCPC
in Collins v Locke: (72)
This interpretation reverses more than half a century of judicial interpretation by the JCPC
, which restricted the POGG clause to an emergency provision.
In a statement, Gatchalian reported that the JCPC
had given the go-ahead to the amendments to the implementing rules and regulations of the Epira 'in order for communities to feel the benefits of hosting power-generation facilities as quickly as possible.'
During a recent JCPC
hearing, Velasco, chairman of the House Committee on Energy, sought "fair, clean and credible elections unblemished by any power outages or brownouts, particularly in canvassing areas."
He ordered Salazar to submit to the JCPC
his planned course of action.
(2) However, reliance on such a political means of enforcement soon gave way to judicial enforcement, with the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC
) serving as the final court of appeal until 1949.
Maceda sounded off in the investigation of the Joint Congressional Power Commission (JCPC
) that many GenCos are "pasaway" (stubborn) - and she was referring to acts of the power firms that may be up for the industry regulator's reprimand.
He said the bill also mandates the Joint Congressional Power Commission (JCPC
) to exercise oversight function over the implementation of the bill to ensure that the amount allocated is reflected fully as a reduction in the amount of universal charges (UC) being collected from all electricity consumers nationwide from 2020 to 2022.