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View Poll Results: Senate's verdict on CJ

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  • Guilty!

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

    2 2.90%
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    #241
    Lies, all lies... grabe!

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    #242
    si justice serafin cuevas ang lawyer ni corona AND ITS PRO BONO...

    A VERY POWERFULL GROUP is sending a signal sa mga senators... TO VOTE FOR THE ACQUITTAL OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE... OR ELSE...

    Justice Serafin Cuevas is not just the best lawyer in the phils.. but a very influential person...

    I think there about a 60 to 90 percent probability na ma acquit si CHIEF jUstice... OR ELSE...

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    #243
    Quote Originally Posted by glenn manikis View Post
    si justice serafin cuevas ang lawyer ni corona AND ITS PRO BONO...

    A VERY POWERFULL GROUP is sending a signal sa mga senators... TO VOTE FOR THE ACQUITTAL OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE... OR ELSE...

    Justice Serafin Cuevas is not just the best lawyer in the phils.. but a very influential person...

    I think there about a 60 to 90 percent probability na ma acquit si CHIEF jUstice... OR ELSE...
    HINDI LANG pala sa senators pati sa mga tonggrssman din...

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    #244
    conflict of interest na kahit ma acquit si Corona, paano yun mga ibang cases ng members ng defense team niya pag umakyat sa SC?

    yun sinasabing powerful group sa taas eh Iglesia ni Manalo.. Cuevas is a member...

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    #245
    politics at delicedeza....sana lang nag inhibit na lang si corona sa mga cases ni GMA et al kasi alam naman ng bayan kung ano at sino sya mula ng na pwesto sa malakanyang si GMA. ok lang na tinanggap nya yung pagiging midnight appointment kasi opportunity na maging "CJ" on the other hand sana nagpakita sya ng delicadeza.

    at sana walang papasok na religion o sect kasi hindi makakatulong sa pinas kung may mga makikisakay sa usapan at pansariling kapakanan nanaman ang iisipin. both sides should also refrain from talking. i reserve na lang nila sa senate impeachment at ng makita kung gaano sila kagagaling.

    if we love our country lets unite and unmask hoodlums especially in the govt...hindi maiiwasan may manggagapang sa lahat na party let's watch and monitor the whole process at makikita naman natin ang totoo...PEACE and GOD BLESS OUR COUNTRY!

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    #246
    Ayos yung kay Mendoza ah!

    Lakas ng kapit (PAL) sa SC!

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    #247
    Quote Originally Posted by CoDer View Post
    Ayos yung kay Mendoza ah!

    Lakas ng kapit (PAL) sa SC!
    yep kaya pag naalis si Corona "The Firm" naman ang malakas. erap impeachement trial lang din yan. sidenote ang laban ng dalawang sides who will control the SC. maybe years after now, PNoy at the firm maghihiwalay din. each sides me vested interest.

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    #248
    World Bank bares Supreme Court misuse of loan for judiciary reform
    By Michael Lim Ubac
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    8:12 pm | Saturday, January 14th, 2012

    MANILA, Philippines—The World Bank has uncovered questionable procurements and disbursements by the Supreme Court under the watch of Chief Justice Renato Corona in connection with the bank-funded Judicial Reform Support Project (JRSP).
    The project, partly funded by a World Bank loan of $21.9 million (P945 million at an exchange rate of P42.50 to US$1), was designed to restore efficiency in the dispensation of justice in the country.
    In an aide memoire dated December 28, 2011, the bank said since Corona assumed the post of chief magistrate in mid-2010, progress in reforming the judiciary “has been rated unsatisfactory,” with the program having to grapple with “implementation delays and the additional work required for smooth project closing.”
    The aide memoire, addressed Justice Teresita Leonardo de Castro, chair of the management committee of the JRSP, contained the results of a fiduciary review conducted by a World Bank task team from October 24 to November 11, 2011 that included meetings with Supreme Court justices and field visits to courts in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
    The review uncovered, among others, “inaccurate/incomplete information” on the project’s financial management report; “diminished existing internal check-and-balance mechanism”; purchase of Information Technology (IT) equipment outside of the agreed procurement plan; and the practice of borrowing funds from the loan proceeds for foreign travels of justices paid to a travel agency owned by lawyer Estelito Mendoza.
    The World Bank is now demanding a refund by January 31, 2012 of $199,900 covering “70 payments” deemed “ineligible” (unauthorized) under the terms of JRSP.
    “The review discloses that the fiduciary environment pertaining to JRSP implementation has so deteriorated that the task team now rates the JRSP as a ‘high risk’ and ‘unsatisfactory’ on project management, project procurement and financial management dimensions, and observes that project financial statements can no longer be relied upon,” said the aide memoire.
    “The project result indicators depict achievements in several areas, but significant missed opportunities due to capacity and coordination constraints and delays in decision-making, procurement and contracting,” it added.
    The diminished internal auditing mechanism in the court was exemplified by the uncanny appointment by Corona of Jose Midas Marquez as court administrator, head of the Public Information Office, and chair of the Bids and Awards Committee of the APJR or the court’s Action Program for Judicial Reform.
    As court administrator, Marquez was authorized to approve, on behalf of Corona, payments up to P200,000, which was later increased to P500,000, according to the World Bank.
    “Lack of appropriate segregation of duties of key officials involved in the JRSP has created a breakdown of the control environment, increased fiduciary and reputation risks, and lead to irregular/inappropriate procurement and expenditure decisions,” said the aide memoire.
    Without naming Marquez, the bank said that “this senior official, due to the combination of his appointments and functions, was the requestor of the services, the approver of the terms of reference, the end-user of the services provided by the firm, the authorizer of contract extensions, and the authorizer of payments to the firm.”
    On the other hand, the JRPA administrator as head of PMO (Program Management Office), was authorized to approve payments of up to P100,000. But the PMO head is a voting member of the BAC-APJR.
    “Both sets of arrangements present a conflict of interest and eliminate internal checks and balances applicable to the procurement and disbursement functions,” the bank said.
    The World Bank approved the loan in 2003 (Loan No. 7191-PH) “to assist the borrower in developing a more effective and accessible judiciary that would foster public trust and confidence through the implementation of the SC’s Action Program for Judicial Reform (APJR).”
    JRSP is the name of the World Bank’s financial support to APJR.
    kaya pala todo depensa si marquez kay corona, nakikinabang din. Talagang malakas din kapit pala ni Estelito Mendoza sa SC.

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    #249
    Free admission ba sa impeachment court? first come first serve basis ba ito?

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    #250
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    Free admission ba sa impeachment court? first come first serve basis ba ito?
    free admission. 175 ata pwede.
    pero may dress code daw.
    bawal maong, sandals, rubber shoes, shorts, tank tops.
    no cp, tablets.

Impeachment against CJ Corona..