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View Poll Results: Senate's verdict on CJ

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  • Guilty!

    58 84.06%
  • Not Guilty

    9 13.04%
  • i couldn't care less

    2 2.90%
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    #221
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    nag resign na ba?
    Never daw!

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    #222
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Never daw!

    matapang at palaban si cheap justice corona. enough is enough!

    Chief Justice says he thought of resigning | Inquirer News

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    #223
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    nag resign na ba?
    Personally, I prefer that CJ Corona be removed by conviction in the impeachment trials. It will be a precedent and a good test of whether impeachment actually works as a tool to remove high government officials (i.e. the President, the justices of the SC, the Ombudsman, and members of the Constitutional Commissions) from office.

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    #224
    Quote Originally Posted by Altis6453 View Post
    Personally, I prefer that CJ Corona be removed by conviction in the impeachment trials. It will be a precedent and a good test of whether impeachment actually works as a tool to remove high government officials (i.e. the President, the justices of the SC and members of the Constitutional Commissions) from office.
    Ye, I prefer that a precedent happen so that in the future, SC will realize that they are not infallible.

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    #225
    ano bang meron si corona? walang delicadeza... that's an open secret!
    bakit ang daming ibinibigay sa kanya na hindi dapat? why he's so special...

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    #226
    Quote Originally Posted by Gumusut_Amige View Post
    ano bang meron si corona? walang delicadeza... that's an open secret!
    bakit ang daming ibinibigay sa kanya na hindi dapat? why he's so special...

    kinikilatis na ngayon mga hidden wealth ni Mrs. Corona. Mayayari dito cheap justice.

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    #227
    nagkakalabasan na...

    from: Corona urged to explain P14.5M condo | ABS-CBN News

    [SIZE=4]Corona urged to explain P14.5M condo[/SIZE]

    by RG Cruz, ABS-CBN News
    Posted at 01/03/2012 7:23 PM | Updated as of 01/03/2012 11:05 PM

    MANILA, Philippines - Chief House prosecutor Niel Tupas on Tuesday showed media a deed of sale and and 2 condominium certificates of title to prove that spouses Renato and Cristina Corona purchased a 300-square-meter condo at The Bellagio in Fort Bonifacio, Global City in 2009 for P14.5 million.

    The condo is believed to now cost P30 million.

    Tupas is urging the impeached Chief Justice to reveal his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net (SALN) worth to prove he declared the multimillion-peso property.

    One of the impeachment charges against Corona is his alleged failure to disclose his SALN.

    "Marami ang properties na pag aari ni CJ Corona. Umpisahan natin yung Bellagio, high-end codominum sa Fort, Taguig. Ito iyun... ibibigay ko sa inyo deed of sale purchase. Dito nakalagay lang P14.5 million. May certificate of title tayo. Nasa SALN ba ito? 2009 pa ito dapat nasa SALN ito nong 2010," he said. "We're challenging Supreme Court for members of the SC to disclose to the public his SALN, since CJ ang punong mahistrado we challenge him na umpisahan niya. Gusto ko malaman naming ito ba kasama ito sa SALN."

    Supreme Court spokesman Jose Midas Marquez declined to comment on the matter, out of deference to the impeachment court.

    "Let's give due respect to the Senate. These are matters that delve into the merits of the articles of impeachment. The Senate impeachment rules clearly tell us we should refrain from making any comments and disclosure in public regarding the merits of the case," he said.

    He also advised the congressmen to keep their silence on the issue.

    On Tuesday, the prosecution panel had a meeting to map out their strategy.

    Ten law firms are helping the team.

    Pangasinan Rep. Marlyn Primicias Aggabas has been named to replace Deputy Speaker Lorenzo Tañada III in the prosecution panel.

    Tañada will become one of the prosecution team's spokespersons.

    The prosecution hopes the Supreme Court will not help Corona, by acting on the several petitions seeking to stop the impeachment trial.

    President Benigno Aquino has also asked his Cabinet to maintain their distance from the senators.

    "We respect the separation of branches here, so the President has given us instruction to distance ourselves especially from the Senate because it is going to act as the trial court here. We don't wanna be accused of intervening," said Budget Secretary Butch Abad.

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    #228

    Ang dumi na talaga ng mga tao sa itaas....

    Public service is public trust..... <<<< Malabo ito sa ating bayan...

    14.5K:higop:

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    #229
    Yung congressman-prosecution team parang student council ng highschool. Lalo na yung congressman tupas. Naalala ko tuloy schoolmate ko na bading.

    Pag ikumpara doon sa prosecution team laban kay erap eh mas mukhang magaling paghahanda noon kaysa ngayon.

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    #230
    ^ Student council na bading nanaman. Pakingan mo si Quimbo sa replay ng ANC para maiintindihan mo ang sinasabi mo.

Impeachment against CJ Corona..