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Poll ballots to bear Grace’s name by February 1 if…

Senator Grace Poe's camp can heave a sigh of relief with the Commission on Election's (Comelec) assurance that her name would be included in the ballot if the Supreme Court's (SC) oral arguments on her disqualification cases persist beyond…

‘I put my fate in the hands of SC’– Grace Poe

Sen. Grace Poe is pinning her hope on the Supreme Court as she and her legal team went to the tribunal earlier today (Dec. 28, 2015) appealed the disqualification ruling of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) against her.

The tale of two mayors in Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija

Municipal employees of Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija have been unable to get their salaries and midyear bonuses since May. Reason: there are two “mayors” serving at the municipal hall. The confusion started when Mayor Lucio Uera was…

Junjun runs to CA anew to stop suspension

Makati Mayor Jejomar Erwin “Junjun” Binay has asked the Supreme Court once again to step in and allow him to remain in his office after the Ombudsman ordered him to be suspended. In a 34-page petition, Binay sought a temporary…

Trillanes to dirty CA justices: Go to Senate and prove me wrong

Senator Antonio Trillanes IV on Wednesday challenged the Court of Appeals justices he accused of receiving bribes to debunk his allegations by attending the looming Senate probe in alleged ‘TRO for sale.’ “If they believe that they were…

Who says dirty Justices can’t be probed by Congress?

CAViTE Rep. Elpidio Barzaga Jr. on Thursday disagreed with the stand of fellow administration politikos who said that erring members of the judiciary were beyond Congress' reach. “While we observe judicial courtesy, it does not mean that…

Tapos ang ligaya: ‘Binay saviors’ at CA exposed

THE happy days are over for the alleged "Binay saviors" at the Court of Appeals (CA)--justices who have been exposed for corrupt practices, foremost of which is the peddling of favorable court decisions to those who have the money to pay.…

De Lima concedes to CA in TRO controversy vs. Junjun Binay

Justice Secretary Leila de Lima has admitted that the government has no choice but to honor the temporary restraining order (TRO) against the directive suspending Makati mayor Jejomar Erwin Binay after the Court of Appeals issued a writ of…

Lacierda nixes no-el scenario

Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda allayed fears that there would be no elections in 2016. “Meron tayong 2016 elections. Nasa Saligang Batas po ‘yan,” Lacierda said at a press briefing on Tuesday, March 31. The Palace official…

CA stops Junjun Binay’s suspension

The Court of Appeals has issued a 60-day temporary restraining order (TRO) barring the Department of Interior and Local Government from implementing the suspension order issued by the Ombudsman on Makati Mayor Jejomar Erwin “Junjun” Binay.…

Stop ‘heartless’ train fare hike, SC asked

Senator JV Ejercito and several congressmen on Tuesday led the filing of a petition before the Supreme Court (SC) to stop the "heartless" fare hike imposed two months ago on the LRT and MRT lines. Ejercito called the fare hike as…

SC not stopping Comelec from evicting Antique Governor

MANILA, Jan. 22 (PNA) -- The Supreme Court (SC) has given the Commission on Elections (Comelec) the “green light” to disqualify Antique Gov. Exequiel Javier. During the en banc session on Wednesday, the SC refused to issue a temporary…

DAP killer: Bersamin gets SC petitions on LRT, MRT fare hike

The petitions pending before the Supreme Court questioning the legality of the fare hikes for the Light Rail Transit and Metro Rail Transit have been raffled off to Associate Justice Lucas Bersamin, the ponente of the decision striking down…

Syjuco asks SC to strike down 2015 budget

FORMER Iloilo congressman Augusto Syjuco is at it again. Syjuco has once again urged the Supreme Court (SC) to declare the newly-signed P2.606-trillion 2015 national budget as unconstitutional, following up on a similar petition that he…

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