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Retrieved from ” https: Retrieved 12 November Cagayan de Oro capital. In NovemberEl salvador and 15 other cities lost their cityhood after the Supreme Court of the Philippines granted a petition filed by the League of Cities of the Philippinesand declared unconstitutional the cityhood law RA which had allowed the town to acquire its city status. It is bordered by the Municipality of Alubijid to the west, Opol to the east and Manticao and Naawan to the south.
Map of Misamis Oriental with El Salvador highlighted. However, the Senate again failed to approve the Joint Resolution. El Salvador Location within the Philippines.
On 10 Decemberthe 16 cities affected acting together filed a motion for reconsideration with the Supreme Court. Places adjacent to El Salvador, Misamis Oriental. Province of Misamis Oriental.
Northern Mindanao Region X. Cities of the Philippines. Retrieved 20 June In other projects Wikimedia Commons. From left to right: Internet cafes can be found in various places in within the city.
Philippine Statistics Authority    . Articles with short description Coordinates on Wikidata Pages using infobox settlement with possible demonym list Commons category link from Wikidata. MindanaoRepublic of the Philippines. Hinigdaan was a ranch during the Spanish periods the areas covers the parts of Kalabay labay where the DJango’s have hectares of land and salvaodr of cows.
Finally, on 12 212the Supreme Court, in an en banc ruling delivered in Baguio City, affirmed the finality of the constitutionality of the 16 cityhood laws by resolving that:.
The rationale for the amendment was to restrain, in the words of Senator Aquilino Pimentel, salvadoe mad rush” of municipalities to convert into cities solely to secure a larger share in the Internal Revenue Allotment despite the fact that they are incapable of fiscal independence.
On 15 Februarythe Supreme Court made another volte-face and upheld for the third time the cityhood 2102 16 towns in the Philippines. According to the census, it has a population of 50, people. El Salvador city can be reached via plane through Laguindingan Airportthen about less than 10 minutes bus ride east. Cagayan de Oro Iligan.
Department of the Interior and Local Government. On the north, lies Macajalar Bay of the Bohol Sea.
El Salvador, Misamis Oriental
However, Congress did not act on a further 24 bills converting 24 other municipalities into cities. Retrieved 15 February This page was last edited on 1 Decemberat On 22 Decemberthe House of Representatives approved the cityhood bills. Retrieved 29 June The point of law at issue in was whether there had been a breach of Section 10, Article X of the Constitution, which provides —.
The Senate also approved the cityhood bills in Februaryexcept that of Naga, Cebu which was passed on 7 June We should not ever lose sight of the fact that the 16 cities covered by the Cityhood Laws not only had conversion bills pending during the 11th Congress, but have also complied with the requirements of the LGC prescribed prior to its amendment by R.
Following the suggestion of Senator Aquilino Pimentel Senate President16 municipalities filed, through their respective sponsors, individual cityhood bills.