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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:16 am 
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VP must take over if President resigns — Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio


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If the position of the President of the Philippines will be vacant or if the President will resign, the Vice President should take over according to Acting Chief Justice Antonio Carpio.

“If there’s a vacancy, if there’s a resignation in the office of the President it’s the Vice President who takes over, that’s very clear in the Constitution,” the Acting Chief Justice told GMA News at the sidelines of the induction of new officers of the UP Women Lawyers Circle, Inc. (WILOCI).

This was Carpio’s reaction when asked to comment on President Duterte’s statement that he is ready to step down if the likes of former senator Bongbong Marcos or Senator Francis "Chiz" Escudero succeed him in office.

Duterte belittled Robredo's leadership ability, saying she could not handle the country's pressing problems including the drug menace.

Carpio says as justice of the Supreme Court he has taken the oath to uphold the Constitution and so he says, “we have to follow the Constitution.”

When asked if there’s a legal basis regarding the Malacañang statement that the President is ready to resign if Marcos wins the Vice President electoral protest, Carpio said “that’s speculative because if he steps down, if ano, all I can say is that we have a Constitution and we are bound to follow the Constitution.”

The acting Chief Justice added that President Duterte may be just “expressing his thoughts.”

“Maybe he’s just exploring, expressing his thoughts but at the end of the day we have a Constitution and we just have to follow the Constitution,” said Carpio.

Retired ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales, who was at the same event, said what the President proposed regarding his resignation and successor is unconstitutional.

“I thought that he’s not going to resign because what he is proposing is not in accordance of the Constitution so I thought that was just maybe figment of his imagination,” said Carpio-Morales. — BAP, GMA News


baka hindi maging CJ to :shock: hihihih



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"PeluB was here" :shock: wahahahahahaha bawat post may ganyan makikita kawawa talaga :lol: :lol: :lol:



review your news, Pelu. Carpio took himself out of the list for the CJ position, weeks or months ago. he did not want to be a beneficiary of the CJ position vacancy after being involved in the decision that led to the vacancy (even though his vote was against the removal of CJ thru quo warranto).

i don't like Carpio but I respect him more with this act.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:21 am 
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Davao tops cities with most number of rape cases in Q2
by UNTV News | Posted on Thursday, August 16th, 2018


Crime rate in the Philippines may have gone down by 20 percent in two years that President Rodrigo Duterte has been in office, but his hometown Davao City recorded the highest number of rape cases in the second quarter of 2018.

Based on the records of PNP Directorate for Investigation and Detective Management (DIDM), Davao tops the list with 42 cases.

A close second is Quezon City with 41 cases followed by Manila with 32, Cagayan de Oro, 24 and Zamboanga with 21 cases.

PNP spokesperson PSSupt. Benigno Durana suggested that LGUs should look into possible causes for the high incidence of rape in their respective areas and to note where the crime occurred.

He added that the number of rape cases committed outside the home has actually gone down.

“You cannot police the dwellings… usually, rape cases are being committed by people who are actually known to the victim,” Durana said.

In such cases, police intervention is not the solution. What may help, he said, are gender sensitivity and family values that promote respect for women. — Lea Ylagan | UNTV News & Rescue










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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:35 am 
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PeluBoy wrote:
baka hindi maging CJ to :shock: hihihih



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"PeluB was here" :shock: wahahahahahaha bawat post may ganyan makikita kawawa talaga :lol: :lol: :lol:



review your news, Pelu. Carpio took himself out of the list for the CJ position, weeks or months ago. he did not want to be a beneficiary of the CJ position vacancy after being involved in the decision that led to the vacancy (even though his vote was against the removal of CJ thru quo warranto).

i don't like Carpio but I respect him more with this act.

tongue-in-cheek comment lang, DR... :)

given that he is the most senior among the "equals", ok sana ito si Carpio....my only complaint with him is his penchant to be extremely vocal in his "extracurricular advocacy"--the WPS issue--while already a sitting Justice...how will he reconcile his past vocal attitude with that required of a Chief Justice? I'm sure he would have been a more circumspect CJ, in another universe where he isn't as vocal an advocate of his favored causes, unlike the immediate predecessor Sereno....








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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:43 am 
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PeluBoy wrote:
don robert wrote:
PeluBoy wrote:
baka hindi maging CJ to :shock: hihihih



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"PeluB was here" :shock: wahahahahahaha bawat post may ganyan makikita kawawa talaga :lol: :lol: :lol:



review your news, Pelu. Carpio took himself out of the list for the CJ position, weeks or months ago. he did not want to be a beneficiary of the CJ position vacancy after being involved in the decision that led to the vacancy (even though his vote was against the removal of CJ thru quo warranto).

i don't like Carpio but I respect him more with this act.

tongue-in-cheek comment lang, DR... :)

given that he is the most senior among the "equals", ok sana ito si Carpio....my only complaint with him is his penchant to be extremely vocal in his "extracurricular advocacy"--the WPS issue--while already a sitting Justice...how will he reconcile his past vocal attitude with that required of a Chief Justice? I'm sure he would have been a more circumspect CJ, in another universe where he isn't as vocal an advocate of his favored causes, unlike the immediate predecessor Sereno....



your argument against Carpio on the WPS would have a leg to stand on if the case is against any citizen of the Philippines. the case at hand is against a foreign country, China. so there is no conflict whatsoever. notwithstanding that the position of Carpio is a case already decided by an international court.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:45 am 
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Supreme court justice should not be involve in Politics, and his opinion must be keep to himself on national issue.


hinde nagkapagtataka kung bakit hinde naging SCJ si Carpio .

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:51 am 
...on the surface yes... there should be no wrinkles for a sitting Justice to advocate for issues of national significance. but if being an advocate for something also involves getting entwined in local, dirty politics, against or even for the admin-- nandun na ang complications...


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:04 am 
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PeluBoy wrote:
...on the surface yes... there should be no wrinkles for a sitting Justice to advocate for issues of national significance. but if being an advocate for something also involves getting entwined in local, dirty politics, against or even for the admin-- nandun na ang complications...



the supreme court is not prohibited to voice out its opinion on cases that have been decided already, especially on something that should be enforced. simply put, you have a family lawyer advising your client (the country). now within that country, there are those working against it (currently the administration). since the 'country' has not decided to rescind the case it won against another country (china), there is no stopping the family lawyer to provide his inputs to the 'family'.

remember, the case was "People of the Republic of the Philippines" against another country. It never was mentioned "Current Administration of the Republic of the Philippines".

Carpio is a citizen of the Philippines, firt before a Supreme Court justice.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:08 am 
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Mag retire muna siya at saka na siya mag iingay.....itong si Sereno noong nasa SC pa ang ingay sa Media , ngayun wala na bakit tahimik??? , pagkakataon na niya sumigaw ngayun :biglaugh: :biglaugh: :biglaugh:

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:13 am 
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PeluBoy wrote:
...on the surface yes... there should be no wrinkles for a sitting Justice to advocate for issues of national significance. but if being an advocate for something also involves getting entwined in local, dirty politics, against or even for the admin-- nandun na ang complications...



the supreme court is not prohibited to voice out its opinion on cases that have been decided already, especially on something that should be enforced. simply put, you have a family lawyer advising your client (the country). now within that country, there are those working against it (currently the administration). since the 'country' has not decided to rescind the case it won against another country (china), there is no stopping the family lawyer to provide his inputs to the 'family'.

remember, the case was "People of the Republic of the Philippines" against another country. It never was mentioned "Current Administration of the Republic of the Philippines".

Carpio is a citizen of the Philippines, firt before a Supreme Court justice.
:shock: you are saying the admin is working against the country, tama ba?





Carpio acting as a citizen first, before being an SC justice as you succinctly put it :lol: is precisely the reason I have something against him being the CJ :shock:


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:17 am 
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Mag retire muna siya at saka na siya mag iingay.....itong si Sereno noong nasa SC pa ang ingay sa Media , ngayun wala na bakit tahimik??? , pagkakataon na niya sumigaw ngayun :biglaugh: :biglaugh: :biglaugh:

hindi na siya kino-cover ng media na not too long ago were extremely friendly to her presscons and soundbites.......because the media stakeholders with vested political and economic interests, now deem her "voice" no longer carries weight significant enough to make a dent to further whatever agendas they are promoting :shock:


kawawa nga si Sereno, parang naging collateral damage :shock:


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:21 am 
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kawawa nalampaso na naman.

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Apple of the eye ka ngayon brad ah. :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:25 am 
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PeluBoy wrote:
don robert wrote:
PeluBoy wrote:
...on the surface yes... there should be no wrinkles for a sitting Justice to advocate for issues of national significance. but if being an advocate for something also involves getting entwined in local, dirty politics, against or even for the admin-- nandun na ang complications...



the supreme court is not prohibited to voice out its opinion on cases that have been decided already, especially on something that should be enforced. simply put, you have a family lawyer advising your client (the country). now within that country, there are those working against it (currently the administration). since the 'country' has not decided to rescind the case it won against another country (china), there is no stopping the family lawyer to provide his inputs to the 'family'.

remember, the case was "People of the Republic of the Philippines" against another country. It never was mentioned "Current Administration of the Republic of the Philippines".

Carpio is a citizen of the Philippines, firt before a Supreme Court justice.
:shock: you are saying the admin is working against the country, tama ba?





Carpio acting as a citizen first, before being an SC justice as you succinctly put it :lol: is precisely the reason I have something against him being the CJ :shock:



have you read the current administration overtures? the mere fact they are not doing their jobs on the basis of winning the case in the arbitrary court is tantamount to working to rescind the verdict that was favorable to the country.

why are you still going against Carpio as being a CJ when he already said MONTHS AGO that he does not want to be considered or be part in a list of candidates for the CJ position. I already mentioned that earlier.

what is this infatuation of yours on Carpio and the CJ position.

and you are making it sound bad to be a "citizen first" before your professional job. simply put, you are putting your country first before your interest, which is what Carpio is doing. masama pala sa iyo yun! :banghead:

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:33 am 
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Apple of the eye ka ngayon brad ah. :lol: :lol:

hihihihihih talagang gusto lang sumali niyan brad kawawa kasi hindi naisali sa lestahan :lol: :lol: :lol:



lampaso lampaso lampaso huhuhuhu





tignan mo yung sig brad, it's all because of PeluB hihihih :bounce1:



hello unanong bungal post lang ng post para lagi nakikita ang sig mo....it's just like "PeluB was here" wahahahahaha


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:48 am 
don robert wrote:
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:shock: you are saying the admin is working against the country, tama ba?





Carpio acting as a citizen first, before being an SC justice as you succinctly put it :lol: is precisely the reason I have something against him being the CJ :shock:



have you read the current administration overtures? the mere fact they are not doing their jobs on the basis of winning the case in the arbitrary court is tantamount to working to rescind the verdict that was favorable to the country.
saying the admin is not doing its job on the WPS, is your and some sectors' subjective opinion....ano ba ang declared policy ng admin diyan? have they thrown the UN decision away? sarado na ba?.... or to be revisited at a more opportune time?
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why are you still going against Carpio as being a CJ when he already said MONTHS AGO that he does not want to be considered or be part in a list of candidates for the CJ position. I already mentioned that earlier.

what is this infatuation of yours on Carpio and the CJ position.

and you are making it sound bad to be a "citizen first" before your professional job. simply put, you are putting your country first before your interest, which is what Carpio is doing. masama pala sa iyo yun! :banghead:
hihihih sinabi ko lang ang position ko sa kanya as CJ, which, as I've said clearly, was a tongue-in-cheek comment dahil alam na nga natin lahat he took himself out of the running

....this discussion flowed further, dahil sabi mo, my complaint does not have a leg to stand on, and I said my piece....so here we are :)


yung pagiging good citizen, before your professional job, of course!.......but not if your professional job is a public office, especially a Justice of the SC, which requires a particular code of conduct ......simply put, kung gusto niya mag-act as a good citizen, and get involved in divisive partisan politics, maybe he should practice law in private and leave the SC


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