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Democrito T. Mendoza Sr.

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The CA also ordered Democrito ...
www.sunstar.com.ph, 30 June 2014 [cached]
The CA also ordered Democrito Mendoza, who is recognized by the Department of Labor and Employment as the TUCP president, "to desist or refrain from doing any act" that will go against the court's ruling.
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On Oct. 20, 2013, the CA ruled that Herrera, then TUCP secretary-general, "validly succeeded as TUCP president when Mendoza voluntarily resigned from his post."
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"There is simply no evidence that the resignation of Mendoza was whimsical, arbitrary, capricious or uncertain.
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Mendoza served as president of the TUCP for 32 years until his resignation from the TUCP executive board, effective Nov. 1, 2011.
But Mendoza still performed functions of president and prevented Herrera and his supporters from entering the TUCP central office in Quezon City.
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The CA ruled that Herrera "validly assumed office" when Mendoza resigned and such principle also applies to the rest of the elective members of the TUCP's executive board.
It may be recalled that this ...
www.tribune.net.ph, 18 Feb 2014 [cached]
It may be recalled that this saga began when Democrito Mendoza resigned as TUCP president in November 2011, whereupon Ernesto Herrera, then general secretary, assumed the position of president.
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Mendoza then changed his mind, and his supporters occupied the TUCP headquarters. Each side to the dispute appointed or elected its own general secretary. In August 2012, the Bureau of Labor Relations found in favor of Mendoza, directing that the status quo ante should prevail and that a special convention be held to fill the vacant positions. Herrera's appeal was dismissed by DoLE in May 2013, and his motion for reconsideration denied two months later. In October, the Court of Appeals took a very different view of the matter, ruling that the BLR had been wrong in holding that formal acceptance of Mendoza's resignation was necessary to render it effective; instead, it should have accepted the provision in the TUCP constitution and by-laws for automatic succession of the general secretary to the vacant presidency. It was found that the BLR had committed grave abuse of discretion in issuing its status quo ante order (by means of which events would have been wound back to the situation prior to Mendoza's resignation), and that it was "complicit to a falsehood that lawyer Mendoza did not resign."
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It was further ruled that the incumbency of officers appointed by Mendoza terminated with his own resignation, and Herrera was now authorized to replace them.
The Department of Labor and ...
www.journal.com.ph [cached]
The Department of Labor and Employment has decided that Democrito "Kito" Mendoza will remain as president of the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines and denied the motion for reconsideration of former Sen.
Yet, if they are paid with ...
www.samarnews.com, 29 Feb 2012 [cached]
Yet, if they are paid with e-jeepneys' regular salary, well, this can spell an improvement in their way of life," said Democrito Mendoza, TUCP President.
Mendoza also emphasized that with the current e-jeepney concept as introduced, drivers will not just enjoy the security of a dignified waged earner but they will also contribute in minimizing the pollution in their working environment.
"With the e-jeepney, drivers' exposure and their contribution to the pollution on the streets where they work is dramatically lessened. If pollution in their working environment is minimized, they tend to be more productive," Mendoza added.
Mendoza made the reaction in view of the granting of Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) franchise the other day to 21 e-jeepneys to ply some select routes in Makati City beginning tomorrow March 1.
Yet, if they are paid with ...
www.boholnewsdaily.com, 29 Feb 2012 [cached]
Yet, if they are paid with e-jeepneys' regular salary, well, this can spell an improvement in their way of life," said Democrito Mendoza, TUCP President.
Mendoza also emphasized that with the current e-jeepney concept as introduced, drivers will not just enjoy the security of a dignified waged earner but they will also contribute in minimizing the pollution in their working environment.
"With the e-jeepney, drivers' exposure and their contribution to the pollution on the streets where they work is dramatically lessened. If pollution in their working environment is minimized, they tend to be more productive," Mendoza added.
Mendoza made the reaction in view of the granting of Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) franchise the other day to 21 e-jeepneys to ply some select routes in Makati City beginning tomorrow March 1.
There are 203,000 estimated registered fossil-fuelled jeepneys with the Land Transportation Office (LTO), and around 50,000 of which are in Metro Manila. ###
For more information, please contact the office of TUCP President Democrito Mendoza.
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