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pasado pa rin si sen. miriam sa bar. yun ang importante. may master's, may doctoral degree. dami niyang post graduate studies. mahirap pasubalian yun.
magiging international judge ba 'yan kung wala siyang brains.
kung nagbigay pugay si Corona sa pasya ng Saligang Batas na sundin na lang ang gawain ng taga Congress (in this case, to trivialize the SALN requirement by merely putting it in a general law and not squarely addressing the FCDU law), pagkakamali ba yun o utmost fidelity to the Consti? what would you rather have him do, correct the errors of Congress? judicial legislation yun which is prohibited by the principle of separation of powers.
ke matalino or hindi...ke pumasa or mataas sa bar exam....pare pareho tayo sa mata ng diyos...
wala sinuman ang me karapatang manglait ng kapwa.....tandaan natin kung anu man talino, ganda meron tayo..pinahiram lang sa atin..gamitin sa tamang paraan......
kaya mo bang mapahiya on national TV...maliitin at mamura?...pede namang sabihin in a nice manner...me punto naman naman siya. .. at matalino siya walang duda...mali lang ang paraan ng pagkaka sabi...
remember pahiram lang sa atin lahat ito....pano kung sa sobrang galit niya inatake siya....
I was following your and MDS’ flow of thought, but really, I believe what other people say, that there is no conflict between 1405, the Constitution, and 6713.
1405 deals with secrecy of deposits. It does not prohibit the depositor from announcing to one and all his own bank information. In fact, together with the courts, including the Impeachment Court (not invoked in deference of the SC) he is allowed and given the right to grant permission to disclose his account information. Add to that his freedom of speech that I mentioned previously.
So how could disclosing his information in a SALN, as required by 6713 be contradictory to 1405? Please tell me. That is one reason why the CJ’s excuse is called palusot. Bought by the inteligent MDS, imagine?
As I understand it, codification of laws is just the process of collecting, compiling laws of the same category, not really in the context of generalization-specialization as MDS argues.
In fact, if you (and MDS) invoke the especial-general law concept, 1405 is more general. Why? Because 1405 deals with all deposits; whereas, 6713 deals only (an exception, a specialization) with deposits of those in government service, is it not?
BTW, yung sinabi kong excerpt from the Cuevas closing ay galing kay Dean De los Angeles. tao lang po.
Nag re-research pa?
Ang problema ni Brenda eh mas mahangin pa siya sa SUPER bagyo. Pag umasta't magsalita sa entablado eh feeling niya siya na ang pinakamatalinong abugado sa balat ng Pilipinas. Eh madalas sa hindi, puro hangin lang naman talaga laman ng utak niya.
I think it will not be too difficult to agree with you, judging from her distorted arguments, and her demeanor in the televized impeachment hearing..
Isa pa, ito ang isang abogado na minamaliit ang mga hindi abogado, na akala niya ay walang pag-iisip ang ibang tao.