Gr No. 101083

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Philippine Normal University
National Center for Teacher Education
Taft Ave., Finance Rd. Manila City

CASE STUDY
(G.R. No. 101083,
July 30, 1993)

“In partial fulfillment of the requirements of Prof. Ed. 5: Guidance and Counseling.”

Prepared by:
Jerald Rotolu Renico
II-25, BSE-VE

Prepared for:
Prof. Zenaida H. Brioso I. OPOSA et.al. vs DENR Secretary (GR No. 101083, July 30, 1993)

II. Facts of the Case

The complaint focuses on one specific fundamental legal right—the right to a balanced and healthful ecology. But the complainants are all minors were they are represented by their parents. On March 2, 1990, plaintiffs served upon defendant a final demand to cancel all logging permits in the country. Respondent Judge issued an order granting the aforementioned motion to dismiss on July 18, 1991. Due course was given to the petition and the parties were required to submit their respective Memoranda after the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) filed a comment in behalf of the respondents and the petitioners filed a reply thereto on May 14, 1992. The original defendant, Secretary Factoran, Jr., Filed a Motion to Dismiss the complaint on July 22, 1990 based on two grounds. The first is that the plaintiffs have no cause of action against him and the second is that the issue raised by the plaintiffs is a political question which properly pertains to legislative or executive branches of government. In their 12 July 1990 Opposition to the Motion, the petitioners maintain that the complaint shows a clear unmistakable cause of action, the motion is dilatory and the action presents a justiciable question as it involves the defendant’s abuse of discretion.

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