Saturday, July 1, 2017

Filipinos May Soon Be Jailed For Not Singing The National Anthem Enthusiastically

The act, known as the “Revised Flag and Heraldic Code” is a revision of an existing bill that will require all persons to stand, salute, and sing when the national anthem is played at a public event.

“The singing shall be mandatory and done with fervor,” it states. The legislation provides the official lyrics and music for the Lupang Hinirang, specifies a tempo of 100-120 beats per minute, and demands a proper salute from the first note of the song to the last.

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Via: Greg Passmore

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