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Miriam Palma Defensor-Santiago (née Defensor; June 15, 1945 – September 29, 2016) was a Filipino scholar, academic, lawyer, judge, author, and stateswoman who served in all three branches of the Philippine government: judicial, executive, and legislative. Defensor Santiago was named one of The 100 Most Powerful Women in the World in 1997 by The Australian. She was known for being a long-serving Senator of the Republic of the Philippines, an elected judge of the International Criminal Court, and the sole female recipient of the Philippines' highest national honor, the Quezon Service Cross.

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Makati, Metro Manila : Published for the Secretariat to the Cabinet Committee on the Law of the Sea Treaty by the Development Academy of the Philippines Press, 1982
Uniform title: Constitution (1987)
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Quezon City, Philippines : Central Professional Books, c1999
Uniform title: Corporation Code of the Philippines
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Quezon City, Philippines : Central Professional Books, 2000
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