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yung mga nagsisigaw ng ilabas ang katotohanan for the public daw, mag-sign na ng waiver!
damay damay na ba ito? lol!
thieves vs thief...
pero unahin na muna ang ang nakasalang.
lapain na muna ng leon ang ulupong lol!
^haha ayaw mo ng transparency? hindi ba iyan ang daang matuwid? hindi yan damay damay kung tutuusin. maganda nga yan para sa pilipinas. wag po magpaka hipokrito.
pero natawa lang ako sa taktika ni thief justice.
in a way, parang inamin na rin niyang..
OO, THIEF AKO. KAYO GANUN DIN KAYA PABUKSAN NIYO ANG INYONG DOLLAR ACCOUNTS..
pero nag boomerang ang kanyang TACTIC. kaya urong siya.. kaso end game na lol!
bakit di ka na lang makiisa sa pinapanawagan ni TS? total eh binuksan na rin naman ni Corona ang bank accounts niya at ngsign na siya ng waiver, ano pang pinuputok ng butse mo? Wag na pagtakpan ang 188 congressmen at si Senator Drilon. Any self-respecting citizen who wants good governance and matuwid na daan sa pamamahala would support the call for the mass signing of bank secrecy waivers by our politicians.
Ano, susuporta ka ba?
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.
Lacierda said that asking Mr. Aquino to sign a waiver of his bank secrecy rights while the impeachment trial against Corona is going on was like lumping law-abiding public servants together with those who are being called to account for wrongdoing.
“To seek a waiver from the President at this time is to absolve those being held to account while those who comply are lumped together with those who are before the bar of justice,” Lacierda told the Philippine Daily Inquirer in a text message.
Neither will Mr. Aquino require his Cabinet to sign a waiver similar to that issued by Corona on Friday.
Undersecretary Abigail Valte, the deputy presidential spokesperson, said over state-run radio dzRB Sunday that waiving bank secrecy rights was a voluntary and personal decision.
“This issue of signing a waiver has cropped up before and the President’s reply was that it would be up to the individual Cabinet members … They’re the ones who were given the right. He’s not going to force them. That will be their personal decision,” she said.
Asked about the campaign promise, Lacierda said Mr. Aquino’s statement of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALN) already includes the mandatory waiver for the Ombudsman to obtain documents from the appropriate government agencies to verify the extent of his wealth.
“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.
huwag na ninyong pilitin. ang puno mismo ayaw, ang bunga pa kaya?
Whether acquit or convict is the decision, the remaining 186 should sign their waivers.
marami rin ako natutunan dito sa impeachment trial.
yung taong pumirma ng unconditional waiver sa harap ng publiko, live on tv may tinatago.
yun namang ayaw pumirma, sila yung walang tinatago.
Senator Santiago was clearer about the issue. As a former RTC judge, she feels there is a system flaw created by the legislature to introduce loopholes in the Law. The job for legislators is to make the Law clear and specific so that there would be fewer disputes in courts. Her accusation of government corruption makes the Senate Impeachment Court ridiculous trying to project an incredible image of purity and integrity.
Wasn't Corona resenting a huge loophole that directly contradicts the published motive for the CARP law in the case of Luisita farmers? Too many of such Laws are in effect today and these become seeds of graft and corruption. If there is a branch of government that would be blamed for the bad reputation of this country, then it would have to be the legislature foremost.