Following the filing of more petitions, the Supreme Court (SC) has yet to decide as to when to hold the arguments concerning the Anti-Terrorism Law.
“No schedule yet on the oral arguments for the Anti Terrorism Act Petitions,” said SC Spokesperson Brian Hosaka on Tuesday (Sept. 22).
Earlier, Hosaka disclosed that the SC could hold the oral arguments at the earliest on the third week of September.
“In my last official statement, I just stated that the oral arguments were tentatively set on the third week of September, at the earliest,” he explained.
“And that notices will be sent once the date is finalized,” he added.
As of Sept. 21, Hosaka revealed that there are already 35 petitions which have been filed asking the SC to declare as unconstitutional the Anti-Terrorism Law.