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View Poll Results: Senate's verdict on CJ

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    58 84.06%
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    #41
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Hmm...bakit wala si Rufus Rodriguez?

    The 188 Tongressman
    toby tiangco just got interviewed sa ANC. he didnt signed coz di pa nya nabasa yung papers.
    same sa remulla.
    according to house majority leader balimbing neptali gonzales, the liberal party(majority) agreed last weekend to impeach Corona. since majority naman daw sila, they presented it yesterday at sinabi na lang ni speaker belmonte na kung sino gusto pumirma e pumirma na lang since madami sila. syempre pag di ka pumirma tagilid ang pork barrel mo. thats the system. so yung mga pumirma na di naman kasama sa weekend planning e alam nyo na motive sa pagpirma kahit di pa nababasa.:D

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    #42
    Quote Originally Posted by Altis6453 View Post
    If you were to read into his speech given at the SC's Monday morning flag raising, I believe he wants to fight off impeachment instead of sparing the SC from this very grave chapter:

    From Inquirer.net



    One very interesting thing to note is that, how come the Integrated Bar of the Philippines and the Philippine Bar Association have not openly come out in support of Corona? It's very telling considering that in law school, would-be were taught not just to give due respect to the courts but also to encourage others to do so.
    lets wait and see kung kaninong side ang IBP... malaking factor yan kung hindi KAKAMPIHAN NG IBP SI CORONA... ALAM NAMAN NATIN PAG DATING SA BATAS THE LAWYERS KNOW'S BEST.... KUNG HINDI KAKAMPI ANG IBP KAY CORONA IT MEANS TALAGA PALANG CRAP ANG DECISION NG SUPREME COURT....

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    #43
    Cong. Toby Tiangco quits the majority. He is saying that the congressmen weren't allowed to interpolate or question the articles after it was presented. It was a take it or live it affair, probably with their CDF attached. It was done it haste to prevent the public from debating it. What is scary here if PNoy can get away with this, what is to stop him from doing it to others who defy his wishes... that ends do not justify the means.

    Aquino admits role in Corona impeach | MALAYA Business Insight News Online

    Aquino admits role in Corona impeach
    BY WENDELL VIGILIA

    PRESIDENT Aquino convinced congressmen to impeach Supreme Court Chief Justice but did not force or blackmail anyone to sign the complaint as claimed by Arroyo allies, House majority leader Neptali Gonzales II said yesterday.

    Gonzales said the President initially made his intention known during meetings with members of his Liberal Party, and coalition partners eventually decided to go with the plan.

    "The President made his case with members of the LP. He did not force anyone to support his cause. Ganun naman ang Presidente, he will not force you. At the end of the day, you will be the one to decide," he also said.

    Gonzales said the President "does not mind the public knowing that he’s part of the (Corona) impeachment."

    "First of all, wala namang maniniwalang di involved ang Presidente sa nangyari. Wala naman siyang tinatago, he’s transparent. He’s the kind of president that what you see is what you get. Siya ang tao na lumalaban talaga (ng harapan)," he said.

    He said the President wanted Corona impeached because he could not expect fairness from Corona in cases involving the government.

    Gonzales’ statements came a day after Malacañang, through deputy presidential spokeswoman Abigail Valte, said any action taken by Aquino’s partymates at the House would be independent of Aquino’s stand.

    Justice Secretary Leila de Lima, apparently unaware of Gonzales’ statements, said Aquino did not use of his alliance with congressmen in railroading the impeachment complaint.

    She said the administration should not be compared with that of Arroyo who has been known to kill impeachment complaints against her by bribing House members.

    The majority bloc lost Navotas Rep. Toby Tiangco because of the speed with which it disposed of the complaint which got the support of 188 House members led by Speaker Feliciano Belmonte.

    Tiangco said while he is not an Arroyo ally, he was "shocked" to hear the opening statement of the House leadership that because of Corona’s association with his "patron" Arroyo, "he is the obstacle to the plans of the President, and that the only thing to do is to remove the Chief Justice."

    "We were clearly given two choices: to sign or not to sign," Tiangco said. "But the worst part of it all is (we were told) that no questions would be entertained."

    Tiangco, who also lost his chairmanship of the House committee on Metro Manila development, said he was not even given the chance to read the complaint. – With Jocelyn Montemayor and Evangeline de Vera

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    #44
    ^

    It just shows the power of the executive branch. It is on top of everything.

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    #45
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    Cong. Toby Tiangco quits the majority. He is saying that the congressmen weren't allowed to interpolate or question the articles after it was presented. It was a take it or live it affair, probably with their CDF attached. It was done it haste to prevent the public from debating it. What is scary here if PNoy can get away with this, what is to stop him from doing it to others who defy his wishes...

    Aquino admits role in Corona impeach | MALAYA Business Insight News Online
    OO nga lang po parang dictador style ni pnoy.... nagalit siguro sa s.c. dahil pinaboran ng s.c. ang mahihirap na magsasaka... he.he..

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    #46
    in an interview with another senator, it's like fully controlling the govt without declaring martial law.

    i guess for them "the end justifies the means".

    so their only difference sa previous admin is the the top of the govt is not corrupt. parang pinalitan mo lang ulo pero same katawan.

    btw, me nakita ko sa news kanina. another 2 SC justice will be impeach according to neil tupas. pano yung another 6, did they give in? it clearly shows their motive.

    btw altis, in case maimpeach si corona at yung dalawa pa, si PNoy mag-aapoint ng papalit di ba? well we all know na dumidepende lang naman sya mga nakapaligid sa kanyang lawyers kung sino recomend.

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    #47
    Bias ba talaga si CJ Corona kay Arroyo? or is he impartial in making judgement? your thoughts?

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    #48
    Quote Originally Posted by Retz View Post
    Bias ba talaga si CJ Corona kay Arroyo? or is he impartial in making judgement? your thoughts?
    you can also ask if he is anti PNoy? me pagkakaiba yun? or both.

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    #49
    Quote Originally Posted by niwde11 View Post

    i am not in favor of Corona. what i dont like is their process and their underlying motives behind the procedures.
    this.
    taliwas na ito sa "tuwid na daan". baka nga tuwid ang daan pero baku bako hehehe.

    two mistakes do not make a right. right?

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    #50
    Quote Originally Posted by niwde11 View Post
    you can also ask if he is anti PNoy? me pagkakaiba yun? or both.

    ganon na din un. panay atake ni pnoy kay corona. he should be anti.

Impeachment against CJ Corona..