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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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  1. Join Date
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    #31
    Hinde ako naniniwala sa mga constitutional crisis ek ek, dynamic Ito ng democracy...

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    #32
    Nako! Convene na senate to impeachment court. Papadal na daw bukas yun subpoena Kay CJ... kakahiya...

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    #33
    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    Nako! Convene na senate to impeachment court. Papadal na daw bukas yun subpoena Kay CJ... kakahiya...
    may subpoena na rin agad?

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    #34
    summon pala since hinde naman criminal case...

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    #35
    Akala ng SC justices sila na ang pinaka powerful ha. Aya mata mo CJ! Nga nga!!!

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    #36
    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    Hinde ako naniniwala sa mga constitutional crisis ek ek, dynamic Ito ng democracy...
    kung ako rin nasa kalagayan mo di ako maniniwala sa constitutional crisis ek ek .:D

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    #37
    I personally do not like this. The cycle of abuse is just being perpetuated here.
    This can happen all over again. Precedence. A new president can always ask his allies in congress to impeach an SC justice he doesn't like.

    OT. Kung ang members of the executive at judiciary ay pwedeng maalis by impeachment, paano maalis ang members ng senate at congress sa posisyon nila??? dati ko pa napapansin na parang untouchable ang congress.

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    #38
    Hey, you can go to jail, even if you're a Congressman or Senator.

    But...

    You will still be a Congressman or Senator... and you can still win a Congressional or Senatorial seat from jail...

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #39
    Hmm...bakit wala si Rufus Rodriguez?

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    #40
    Quote Originally Posted by fourtheboys96 View Post
    I personally do not like this. The cycle of abuse is just being perpetuated here.
    This can happen all over again. Precedence. A new president can always ask his allies in congress to impeach an SC justice he doesn't like.

    OT. Kung ang members of the executive at judiciary ay pwedeng maalis by impeachment, paano maalis ang members ng senate at congress sa posisyon nila??? dati ko pa napapansin na parang untouchable ang congress.
    it did happened 10 years ago. ang nakikinabang ng husto e yung prosecution ek ek. so expect the ruling party line up on 2013 for senatorial elections of neil tupas(anak ng ng may corruption charges so you will know what to do once nasa power na rin sya. para rin syang si corona), r. farinas(a very mysterious person especially if you know the guy, yung mga mahilig sa scandal decades ago alam to for sure), colemares, etc.

    i am not in favor of Corona. what i dont like is their process and their underlying motives behind the procedures.

Impeachment against CJ Corona..