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like trillanes.the awesome senator na naniniwalang kakampi ni chief justice corona si gloria. kaya nga habang naghe-hearing text ng text at kulang na lang matulog.
dahil nga hindi importante ang ebedensya. political 'to. pustahan tayo na pag dumating yung time na state nila their reason for conviction , yang political exercise ek-ek na yan sasabihin niya.
Ang kukulit ng mga posters dito parang Kiko Pangilinan lang. Paulit-ulit.
Ang kailangan lang namang patunayan ay kung ninakaw ba ni CJ Corona ang mga hindi nakadeklara sa SALN niya na protektado ng FCD law?
Pagkatapos masiwalat ni CJ Corona ang lahat, heto ngayon ang Plan B ng Kamahalan sa Malakanyang:
MALACANANG on Friday said the Ombudsman might pursue a criminal case against Chief Justice Renato Corona for his alleged ill-gotten wealth once the impeachment trial against him was over.
Ano naman kaya ang masasabi ng mga tagasuporta ng kanilang Kamahalan sa Palasyo sa hindi nito pagtupad sa kanyang pangako na pabubuksan ang account niya sa bangko?
Again, the FCDU law does not prohibit the depositor to disclose his $ deposits because he is the owner. It doesnt make any sense when CJ testified under oath that he is just abiding with the absolute confidentiality of the law when he didnt disclose his $ deposits in his SALNs. If that is the case, he cannot even ISSUE a waiver because by doing so, he already violates the absolute confidentiality required by the law.
If you still dont understand this, tell your parents that they wasted their money sending you to school because obviously you didnt attend your classes and you just got your diplomas from Recto
My fearless forecast: acquittal. And I think even the Pnoy admin is aware of this, hence, the talk and preparation for the December 2012 impeachment. Second, why would Binay's partymates give the Liberal Party a heads up? Conviction will give a boost to LPs candidates and even resuscitate the prospects of Delima, Padaca, Biazon, Lim, and heck even Tupas. That's a political decision UNA members have to make. UNA members will use compelling rule of law reasons not to convict.
but do not forget that Alan Peter Cayetano is one of those 5 senators who the Thief Justice wanted to inhibit from the trial. clearly, he would vote to convict. Pia will do the same.
Enrile's son signed the impeachment complaint. Enrile could not possibly vote for an acquittal and then campaign for his son who supported the ousting of the thief justice.
and this should be considered too:
Lagman's head for Enrile's vote in Corona impeachment
the case of Lapid's wife is being heard on the U.S. i don't think PNoy can do anything about that.
and by the way Junggoy, Sotto and Honasan had been asking their questions for "clarification" purposes, all signs point to them voting for conviction.
pero tama ka, at least 17 for conviction!
FCD law states that no person, government official, bureau or office can examined, inquired or looked into one's foreign currency deposit/s.
SALN is required by government offices, thereby they cannot examine, inquire or look into someone's foreign currency deposits as stated in FCD law.
He is not obliged to divulge his dollar account as per FCD law.
Based on the results, Majority of Pexers here are oppositions. Kaya pala ang LAFI forum puro bitter posts ang mababasa mo.
so what would you expect, kundi puro bashings and nonsense talk
Despite poll pledge, Aquino not waiving secrecy right
By DJ Yap, Norman Bordadora
Philippine Daily Inquirer
12:33 am | Monday, May 28th, 2012
Malacañang dismissed suggestions that President Benigno Aquino III fullfil a campaign promise to waive his bank secrecy rights “at this time” the way impeached Chief Justice Renato Corona did last week.
“It is incumbent on all to recognize that it is Mr. Corona who is on trial,” Palace spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said over the weekend when asked to comment on reminders posted on online forums that Mr. Aquino had pledged to waive his rights under the bank secrecy laws and open his bank accounts to the public during the presidential campaign of 2010.
“To those who are asking if the President will sign a waiver, for the record the President’s SALN has always been made public and it includes the mandatory waiver for the Ombudsman,” he said.
There you go, the flip-flopping president.
mas reliable ang survey sa yahoo at facebook.
Whether convicted or acquitted ang verdict tom, dapat i-amend na ng Congress yung FCD Law.
Kaso asa tayo.