The condonation doctrine
absolves elected public officials of administrative liability for previous offenses when they are reelected into office.
It cited the SC's decision which stated that "this Court's (SC) abandonment of the condonation doctrine
should be prospective in application for the reason that judicial decisions applying or interpreting the laws or the Constitution, until reversed, shall form part of the legal system of the Philippines."
Hence, Maj-Gen Asif Ghafoor felt the need to explain that the doctrine
had to be seen through the security lens and not be linked to domestic politics.
The issues packed into the doctrine
could best be taken up with the democratic government.
The said provision of the Constitution provides: "[N]o doctrine
or principle of law laid down by the court in a decision rendered en banc or in division may be modified or reversed except by the court sitting en banc."
During the implementation of future force capabilities, doctrine
often flows from concepts.
Under the Doctrine
2015 initiative, the Army established a doctrine
hierarchy by creating four tiers of publications:
As a result, the joint doctrine
development process is being redesigned.
If you needed something to pass the time, the platoon sergeant had a foot locker of doctrine
publications for you to read.
The decades-old doctrine
requires mineral owners - considered the dominant estate - to accommodate the surface owner's existing use of the land if at all possible.
are always vague; it would ruin a doctrine
to define it because then it could be analyzed, tested, criticized, and verified; but nothing ought to be tolerated which cannot be so tested.
One of the topics discussed at the Army Training and Leader Development Conference was "living doctrine
," which refers to doctrine
that will be relevant, interactive, and accessible at the point of need via Web and mobile technology.