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View Poll Results: Senate's verdict on CJ

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    58 84.06%
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    9 13.04%
  • i couldn't care less

    2 2.90%
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  1. Join Date
    Sep 2005
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    #2371
    Corona got P22M in government pays | Inquirer News

    MANILA, Philippines—Chief Justice Renato Corona received a salary, allowances and other bonuses amounting to close to P22 million from 2002 to 2011, an employee of the Supreme Court disclosed on Tuesday.

    Testifying before the Senate, sitting as an impeachment court, Araceli Bayuga, the chief judicial staff officer of the Supreme Court’s Cash, Collections and Disbursement Division, said Corona’s salary plus allowances and other benefits from 2002 to 2011 amounted to a total of P21,636,781.45.

    Bayuga, reading a document, cited the salaries that the Chief Justice received for the following years:

    2002: P353,000.45
    2003: P485,000.10
    2004: P485,000.10
    2005: P485,000.10
    2006: P485,000.10
    2007: P508,248.72
    2008: P627,750.20
    2009: P665, 652.90
    2010: P650, 447.23
    2011: P1,147,301.77

    Corona’s total salary for the past 10 years, Bayuga said, amounted to P5,872.859.82.

    But Cuevas pointed to another document which showed a total amount of P21, 636, 781.45.

    Asked by Cuevas the source of the figures, Bayuga cited the salary, allowances and other benefits received by the Chief Justice.
    Among the allowances and benefits were longevity pay , PERA, representation allowance, transportation allowance, extra ordinary miscellaneous allowance, monthly special allowance, additional cost of living allowance, productivity incentive benefit, clothing allowance, year-end bonus and cash gift loyalty, cash awards, and extra ordinary miscellaneous from Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET).

    Bayuga also cited an emergency economic assistance, anniversary bonus, Christmas cash gifts, additional cash gifts, rice allowance, groceries , among others.

    Asked by Cuevas how she got the total amount of P21.6 million, Bayuga said, “I reviewed and evaluated all the paid payrolls pertaining to salaries, allowances and other benefits received by the honorable Chief Justice from 2002 to 2011.”

  2. Join Date
    May 2011
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    #2372
    walastic spokening dollar pa si manong vicente.. talo pa di idol naliLITO..

  3. Join Date
    Aug 2004
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    #2373
    So, for 24 years, he's had the land but it's still in Mrs. Corona's name?

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    Aug 2004
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    #2374
    So... sell property for 3m.

    Buy property for 1m.

    Pay 2.5m in tax.

    Have no money for 2.5k in transfer tax.

    Yup. Entirely believable.

    -

    The prosecution is too excited. They should tone it down and let the defense trip over its own story.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #2375
    Saludo ako kay manong vicente.

    Tibay pa ni manong.

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    Sep 2003
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    #2376
    daming allowances ni thief justice.
    kawawa lang ang ordinary gov't. employee.
    yung x-mas bonus nga, pahirapan pa kung ibigay.

    si corona, may pang emergency pang pang-grocery?
    anak ng corona, oo.......

  7. Join Date
    Aug 2004
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    #2377
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Saludo ako kay manong vicente.

    Tibay pa ni manong.
    Still very hard to imagine.

    He had P 3.5m, was buying 1m worth of land, paying millions worth of taxes, building a house, and he couldn't spend 2.5k to transfer the title?

    And no annotations, either.

    While the witness is very convincing, the actions are not.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #2378
    so medyo nasunod ng maayos pala "script".......

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    #2379
    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    Still very hard to imagine.

    He had P 3.5m, was buying 1m worth of land, paying millions worth of taxes, building a house, and he couldn't spend 2.5k to transfer the title?

    And no annotations, either.

    While the witness is very convincing, the actions are not.
    Yep. I share your observation.

    Who is in his right mind would not transfer the land title to his name after the purchase.

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    Oct 2002
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    #2380
    dummy lang yan, obvious naman..his antics was taught by the defense team para hinde kainisan kahit na halatang scripted yun sagot..

Impeachment against CJ Corona..