Retired Supreme Court (SC) Justice Antonio Carpio lauded the decision made by President Rodrigo Duterte to uphold before the United Nations (UN) General Assembly the arbitral award the country won against the Chinese territorial claims over the West Philippine Sea (WPS).
China will be “salivating” to install spyware into the cellular equipment that will be installed by Dito Telecommunity once it is allowed inside military camps, retired Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio warned.
Malacañang disagreed on the pronouncement of retired Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio that the Duterte administration has “no coherent foreign policy,” citing the chief executive’s changing tones on the United States and China.
Former solicitor general Estelito Mendoza does not qualify as amicus curiae and shouldn’t be allowed to participate in the pending petitions before the Supreme Court (SC) seeking to void the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) of 2020 for being unconstitutional
Declaring a revolutionary government will be the “dumbest move” that President Rodrigo Duterte can make, former Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio said.
Retired Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonio Carpio said President Rodrigo Duterte is deliberately staying “inutile” on the maritime dispute in the South China Sea, which includes the West Philippine Sea, because he’s beholden to China.
Former Supreme Court (SC) Justice Antonio Carpio said the Philippines need not go to war to protect its claims over the West Philippines Sea (WPS) against China.
Retired Supreme Court (SC) Justices Antonio Carpio and Conchita Carpio Morales led a group of petitioners in filing before the high tribunal on Wednesday (July 22) the 11th petition seeking to declare as unconstitutional and stop the implementation of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) of 2020.
Not much more can be done about critics of the proposed Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 who rail against it without reading it in the first place, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said Thursday.
Sen. Panfilo Lacson says one former member of the high court understood the constitutionality of the proposed Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020.
I don’t stand down when I know I’m right.
Former Justice Antonio Carpio was mistaken on several material points of his interpretation on the contents of the proposed Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020.
Though the Philippines may have won Permanent Court of Arbitration in 2016, China was the one which greatly benefited from the ruling of the international tribunal, said retired Supreme Court (SC) Antonio Carpio.
Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio ended his 18-year stint in the Supreme Court with a zero case backlog. Such accomplishment has inspired Commission on Elections…
President Rodrigo Duterte believes Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio wants to embarrass him by calling out his agreement to let China fish within the Philippines’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ).
Solicitor General Jose Calida has lauded the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the third martial law extension in Mindanao.
Former Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo “Pulong” Duterte has revealed the organizations and personalities allegedly planning to oust his father, President Rodrigo Duterte.
Former Interior and Local Government Secretary Rafael Alunan III has called on critics of the Philippine-China cooperation agreement on oil development to stop their baseless…
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) is set to come out with its shortlist of candidates for Supreme Court (SC) chief justice.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said the public gave no disapproval against any of the five candidates seeking to become the next Supreme Court (SC) chief justice.
The Judicial and Bar Council (JBC) has asked the public if they are opposed to any of the five candidates of the Supreme Court (SC) from becoming chief justice.
President Rodrigo Duterte took time off from his busy schedule Thursday (October 18) to attend the wedding of Senator Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III and chef Kathryna Yu.
It seems there are only a few takers for the position of chief justice.
House Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is the least trusted among the top five national leaders, with only 18 percent of Filipinos trusting her, according to the latest survey released by Pulse Asia.