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View Poll Results: Senate's verdict on CJ

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    #2151
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Hmm...just thinking way back during the Erap impeachment trial. People too were also criticising Brenda then. Percieved pro-Erap siya kagaya ni JPE at si Cuevas was one of the lawyers of Erap. Public opinion was also against the defense kagaya ngayon. Anong nangyari? Natanggal si Erap, at sino ang kapalit? Sino namukhang mga g*go? Tama si Brenda, many are biting hook, line and sinker the prosecution's version, even before hearing the defense side, just like during the Erap trial...
    Off tangent your honor.

    Were waiting on how the defense will explain the discrepancies on Corona's SALN.

    32M+ is not equal to 3.5M your honor.

    Listening to Brenda who stands for defense is biting hook line and sinker your honor. Diba nag promise sya na tatalon sya eroplano noon? Oh wait she was lying! Whaaaaa!!!

    Again your honor 32M+ is not equal to 3.5M.

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    #2152
    hayaan niyo na si brenda. hindi na kayo nasanay sa kanya. ayaw niyo nun, tumataas ang presyon niya.

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    #2153
    napuno na siguro si pnoy kay brenda kaya inendorse nya ito sa ICJ at akala na aalis na kaagad o tatahimik na

    siguro dinadasal na ni pnoy na umalis na si brenda papunta sa geneva


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    #2154
    Quote Originally Posted by 111prez View Post
    napuno na siguro si pnoy kay brenda kaya inendorse nya ito sa ICJ at akala na aalis na kaagad o tatahimik na

    siguro dinadasal na ni pnoy na umalis na si brenda papunta sa geneva

    dapat kasi di muna sinampa yung impeachment, imbestiga muna habang hinihintay umalis si brenda. just a thought. or a strategy(last part heard it from a good lawyer.) :D

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    #2155
    Brenda: Wah!

    a shortened version of the tagalog word "wala". “wah” is a common expression of disgust among Ilonggos. FYI.

    Wah!

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    #2156
    Quote Originally Posted by explorer View Post
    pagalingan nalang ng takip ng tenga


    Ayos ito,- hear no evil,- e iyong speak and see no evil ?...

    15.1K:bouncealt:

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    #2157
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    Brenda: Wah!

    a shortened version of the tagalog word "wala". “wah” is a common expression of disgust among Ilonggos. FYI.

    Wah!
    "Linti" gamit ng mga ilongo.

    Sana pag awayin na lang si mommy dionisa at brenda. Urong dila ni brenda kay mommy d.

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    #2158
    Sidenote: During the senate hearing on the leaked Corona papers. JPE had Jerry Leal, the anti-moneylaundering expert of the BSP audit team; held in contempt and locked up in the senate until he confess. Leal continouly denied having copied the Corona bank papers. PSB President Garcia claims that Leal requested and copied them. apparently Enrile gave Garcia word more weight...

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    #2159
    Brenda is staying put until she renders her vote...

    MANILA, Philippines - Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago will skip her scheduled March 9 oath-taking as judge of the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague after the ICC granted her request to defer it, her office said in a statement. Santiago said she expects therefore to render her vote in the ongoing impeachment trial against Chief Justice Renato Corona.

    All six newly-elected ICC judges, including Santiago, are scheduled to take their oath next Friday after undergoing a three-day seminar on the work of the ICC.

    After the seminar, the judges are scheduled to return to their respective countries, and to wait for the ICC to call them to duty.

    The ICC also advised the new judges not to resign from their present positions in their respective countries, because the ICC does not yet know when each one will be called to report to The Hague.

    Santiago said that following these instructions from the ICC, she will not resign from the Senate, until she has been definitely called to duty.

    "In all probability, I shall be able to vote at the impeachment trial by about May," she said.

    Under the ICC rules, an outgoing judge is required to continue working even past retirement age, until all pending cases where the judge has participated have been finished.

    Since the ICC cannot predict when a particular trial will be finished, no judge is able to tell in advance when he will be free to retire.

    Thus, a new judge has to wait for at least six months, or even much longer, for a vacancy to materialize.

    The ICC granted Santiago leave to defer her oath-taking on two medical grounds, which render her unfit for long travel and extended stay abroad.

    The senator is suffering from hypertension, aggravated on Wednesday by a confrontation with a prosecution lawyer at the impeachment court. The incident raised her blood pressure to 190/90, as compared to normal blood pressure of 120/80.

    Santiago also cited her chronic condition, known as “lazy bone marrow,” which lowers her blood count and requires, at least during the impeachment trial, a weekly injection.

    "Just to make sure that I shall be physically fit when I transfer residence and office to The Hague, I have already made known to the ICC president my request that of the six new judges, if possible I should be the last one to be called for duty," she said.

    Santiago topped the six new judges at elections held at the UN in New York last December.

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    #2160
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Sidenote: During the senate hearing on the leaked Corona papers. JPE had Jerry Leal, the anti-moneylaundering expert of the BSP audit team; held in contempt and locked up in the senate until he confess. Leal continouly denied having copied the Corona bank papers. PSB President Garcia claims that Leal requested and copied them. apparently Enrile gave Garcia word more weight...
    Now you know how the senate play it dirty when they take a side.

    Enrile is basically laying down the groundwork for the defense as far as the in-admissibility of the bank records are concern. Cuevas said they will go to the SC if the impeachment court will allow the PS Bank records to be admitted as evidence.

    Ano yung pinag pipilitan uli ni honasan regarding bill of rights kay de lima?

Impeachment against CJ Corona..