A number of women’s groups have bonded together and filed on Monday (Sept. 21) a petition asking the Supreme Court (SC) to declare as unconstitutional the Anti-Terrorism Law (ATL).
The Bishops Conference of the Philippines-Caritas Filipinas Foundation Inc. (CBCP-Caritas) and three other humanitarian and social development organizations filed together on Monday (Sept. 21) a petition before the Supreme Court (SC) asking to declare as unconstitutional the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) of 2020.
Several groups led by the Coordinating Council for People’s Development and Governance (CPDG), Inc. have filed a petition asking the Supreme Court (SC) to declare as unconstitutional the Republic Act 11479 or the Anti-Terrorism Law.
Members of the academic community on Tuesday (Sept. 1) filed a petition asking the Supreme Court (SC) to declare as unconstitutional the Anti-Terrorism Law.
Another group on Tuesday (Aug. 13) filed another petition before the Supreme Court (SC) seeking to declare as unconstitutional the Anti-Terrorism Law.
A coalition of lawyers, journalists and human rights activists led by the Center for International Law (Centerlaw) on Monday (Aug. 10) filed a petition asking the Supreme Court (SC) to declare the Anti-Terrorism Law as unconstitutional.
A 10th petition has been filed before the Supreme Court (SC) which has been asked to declare as unconstitutional and stop the implementation of the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020.7.20
Another petition has been filed before the Supreme Court (SC) challenging the constitutionality of the Anti-Terrorism Law.
Ako Bicol party-list Rep. Alfredo Garbin Jr. on Friday said he hopes the Supreme Court “will simply not take action or not take cognizance” of the petition for prohibition of lawyer Larry Gadon against the House of Representatives.
Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) President Domingo Egon Cayosa believes Congress will not be affected if ever the Supreme Court (SC) issues a gag order to the parties involved in the quo warranto petition concerning ABS-CBN network.
ABS-CBN is set to submit to the Supreme Court (SC) before the month ends the comment on the quo warranto petition of Solicitor General Jose Calida who sought to revoke the network’s legislative franchise.
ABS-CBN could “reapply” for a new franchise if Solicitor General Calida succeeded in his petition for quo warranto against the broadcast network, Malacañang said.
In the wake of the petition for quo warranto filed by the Office of Solicitor General against ABS-CBN, the Malacañang Press Corps (MPC) called for respect of press freedom.
Solicitor General Jose Calida has asked the Supreme Court (SC) for more time in filing a comment over a petition which has been seeking to unseat eight senators.
The Court of Appeals (CA) has turned down for being moot the petition seeking for the issuance for a writ of habeas corpus which would order the military to release Quezon youth activist Alexandrea Pacalda.
The Supreme Court (SC) was asked on Monday (Sept. 23) to order the military to release Quezon youth activist Alexandrea Pacalda.
A group of petitioners on Tuesday asked the Commission on Elections (Comelec) to reject the latest withdrawal and substitution of Duterte Youth party-list group’s new set of nominees.
The Supreme Court (SC) has affirmed the libel conviction of former Iloilo provincial administrator Manuel Mejorada over accusations he made against Senator Franklin Drilon.
Malacañang says it will defer to the Supreme Court on the petition to declare the Bangsamoro Organic Law as unconstitutional
The camp of Vice President Leni Robredo asked the Supreme Court (SC), sitting as Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET), to ignore Solicitor General Jose Calida’s position not to grant her petition to set at 25 percent the threshold of valid shaded ballots in the ongoing manual recount.
Senator Leila De Lima agrees to lawyer for minority senators before Supreme Court on petition against International Criminal Court withdrawal
Operators of modern public utility jeepneys (PUJs) have filed a petition before the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory (LTFRB) seeking for a P2 fare increase and a P1 “surge price” during rush hours amid the recent hikes in oil prices.
A blatant disregard and an encroachment to the powers vested only to Congress was how Sen. JV Ejercito on Friday described the ouster of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno by the Supreme Court via a quo warranto petition.
Only four of the 14 justices who cast their vote on the quo warranto petition, which ousted Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, stuck with her until the end, voting consistently against issues raised in the petition.