Tuesday, June 15, 2010


Sovereignty is permanent, exclusive, comprehensive, inalienable, absolute and unified.

Permanence - So long as the state itself exists, sovereignty continues without interruption.
Exclusive - There can be but one supreme power in the state. Within the state, there is no other power that possesses equal or superior authority to it.
Comprehensiveness - Sovereign power extends over all persons, associations, and things within such territorial limits except those over which the state has voluntarily consented to waive the exercise of its jurisdiction.
Inalienability - An attribute of the state by virtue of which it cedes away any of its essential elements without self-destruction.
Absolutism - Sovereignty is a primary power. It does not derive its power from anything, There is no other body that determines the nature and the extent of the power as a matter of legal right.
Unity - Sovereignty cannot be divided without producing several wills of the people, which is inconsistent with the notiion of sovereignty.


  1. You have used very easy wording whereas in our book everything is so complexed!

  2. I love you for this. It is easy to understand...muahhhh

  3. Secretary Of Health Paulyn Ubial ay isang corrupt ma miyembro ng Gabinete!
    Walang inatupag kundi magbakasyon kahit may sakuna at kinakailangan siya ng kanyang Departamento!
    Palitan si Ubial sa Department of Health!