Top tweets: The bold and the beautiful: President Duterte and Berna Puyat
— Forbes (@Forbes) May 8, 2018
Sir, Philippines v. China was decided 12 July 2016.
You assumed the presidency at noon of 30 June 2016. https://t.co/TDvrzVhOO9
— florin hilbay (@fthilbay) May 4, 2018
Returning the money is an admission of guilt, an acknowledgement that a crime was committed. pic.twitter.com/GHiVMCR52a
— Kiko Pangilinan (@kikopangilinan) May 7, 2018
Roilo: Mr. President, China is getting bolder because of our silence. Vietnam has already demanded the removal of China's missiles. Our silence is not good for our national dignity. Please order the DFA to file a diplomatic protest without further delay! https://t.co/1Hr3tJ7wjr
— Roilo Golez (@roilogolez) May 10, 2018
It is now the darkest hour in our democracy. The Supreme Court, which is supposed to be the cradle of our fragile Constitution, is the same body that killed it. Those SC justices who committed this heinous crime against our justice system must not and will not go unpunished.
— Sonny Trillanes IV (@TrillanesSonny) May 11, 2018
I dissent. This Petition should have been dismissed outright and not given due course. It does not deserve (cont) https://t.co/b5rstLLRb3
— Marvic Leonen (@marvicleonen) May 11, 2018
The Supreme Court has fallen, and fallen hard in the eyes of the public. pic.twitter.com/GSAptckIns
— risa hontiveros (@risahontiveros) May 11, 2018