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PostPosted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:25 am 
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Robredo asks fellow gov’t officials to refrain from using sirens to cut through MM traffic
Updated October 13, 2019, 6:03 PM
By Raymund Antonio

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Amid the traffic woes faced by the riding public, Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday called on her fellow government officials not to use “wang-wang” or sirens to cut through Metro Manila’s horrendous traffic.

Robredo, who is the leader of the opposition, said the removal of blarings sirens should be a way for officials to empathize with the daily struggles of Filipinos who are stuck in vehicular traffic.

“‘Pag palaging ganito ‘yung kalakaran ng government officials talagang paano mo mararamdaman ‘yung bigat na dinadala ng ating kababayan?” she said Sunday on her radio show, “BISErbisyong Leni.”

(If this is always the practice of government officials, how will you understand the burden being experienced by our countrymen?)

The Vice President described the “wang-wang” mentality by top officials on the road as an “insult” to the people.

“Sobrang insulto ‘yun, ‘yung wang-wang kasi parang sinasabi mo ‘yung mga lakad niyo hindi importante lakad ko lang ‘yung importante,’” she said.

(The use of sirens is insulting because it seemed you are saying your affairs are not important, it is only mine.)

Robredo was reacting to Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo’s almost four-hour commute from his home in Marikina City to Malacañang on Friday to prove his point there is no transportation crisis.

Panelo came under fire for denying the existence of a mass transport crisis amid disruptions in LRT2 operations and heavy traffic in the country’s capital.

In her radio show, Robredo also encouraged government officials to show compassion to ordinary Filipinos like the commuters when they come up with traffic solutions.

“Kayo nga, may mga sasakyan kayo, tapos ang papatabihin niyo iyong ordinaryong mamamayan na nakikibaka araw-araw,” she said.

(You’re riding your own vehicles, then you’ll move aside ordinary people who struggle in their daily commute.)

Robredo said that the welfare of Filipino commuters should be prioritized, citing the provincial buses should need not be totally banned from EDSA.

“Shouldn’t you give attention to the comfort of those without private vehicles, who commute everyday? Because they’re more in number, they’re the ones who experience more hardships,” she said in Filipino.




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PostPosted: Mon Oct 14, 2019 10:32 am 
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Robredo camp urges PET to follow own rules
Mike Navallo, ABS-CBN News
Posted at Oct 14 2019 03:54 PM | Updated as of Oct 14 2019 04:39 PM

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MANILA - The camp of Vice President Leni Robredo urged the Presidential Electoral Tribunal to follow its own rules on Monday, a day ahead of a possible ruling on the election protest filed by 2016 vice presidential candidate Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos.

In a manifestation filed with the PET Monday morning, lawyer Romulo Macalintal said the PET should resolve the election protest in accordance with Rule 65 of the 2010 PET Rules, which allows the tribunal to dismiss the election protest if, after initial determination of the grounds for the protest involving 3 pilot provinces which best exemplified the fraud or irregularities, it finds that the protestant will most likely fail to make out a case.

Marcos chose the provinces of Camarines Sur, Iloilo and Negros Oriental.

The Robredo camp is standing by its claim that it gained 15,000 votes after the revision, recount and re-appreciation of ballots, although the PET had earlier dismissed the figures as speculative.

Robredo camp reiterates lead over Marcos grew by 15,000 votes in initial recount

Following Rule 65, they insisted the entire election protest should be dismissed after Marcos supposedly failed to show substantial recovery, similar to the procedure in the Senate and House of Representatives electoral tribunals.

Macalintal insisted the rule is mandatory, despite the language of the rule saying “the protest may forthwith be dismissed…”

“Depende na ‘yan sa interpretation ng Supreme Court but I’m sure that the Supreme Court will be guided by previous or prior jurisprudence where the said word has been interpreted as mandatory,” he told the media at press conference.

To disregard Rule 65, he said, would be a violation of Robredo’s right to due process and would be discriminatory against the vice president.

“[P]rotestee Robredo still has the highest respect to the Honorable Tribunal that the Rules will not be changed in the middle of the games, so to speak,” Robredo’s lawyers said in their manifestation.

Last week, they asked the PET to release the official tally.

They said they were constrained to file the motion and manifestation amidst speculations about the real result of the revision, recount and re-appreciation of ballots and of the justices’ possible votes.

Robredo’s lawyers also accused the Marcos camp of belatedly raising another cause of action involving technical examination of voters’ signatures and thumbmarks in Lanao del Sur, Basilan and Maguindanao, which are outside the 3 pilot provinces.

Supporters of 2016 VP candidate Bongbong Marcos hold prayer rally in front of the Supreme Court a day ahead of an expected ruling in the Presidential Electoral Tribunal election protest on Tuesday. pic.twitter.com/d54yRO0wDY — Mike Navallo (@mikenavallo) October 14, 2019

The Marcos camp, on other hand, called on Robredo to observe and respect PET Rules.

Marcos’ lawyer, Atty. George Garcia, said Rule 3 of PET Rules call for a just, expeditious and inexpensive determination and disposition of every election contest.

The SC justices, sitting as the PET, are expected to meet again on Tuesday to discuss the issue. It is Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin’s and Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio’s last en banc session before they retire on October 18 and October 26 respectively.

SC spokesperson Atty. Brian Keith Hosaka says the SC is expected to take a writing break on October 21 and will resume sessions on November 4.

Meanwhile, Marcos supporters have started to gather outside the Supreme Court on Monday.

Robredo supporters are also expected to converge Monday night for an overnight vigil.

A portion of Padre Faura has been closed to traffic with heavy police presence.


SC spokesman reminds Robredo, Marcos camps not to publicly comment on poll protest
Published October 9, 2019 12:39pm
By NICOLE-ANNE C. LAGRIMAS, GMA News

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Supreme Court (SC) spokesman Brian Keith Hosaka has reminded Vice President Leni Robredo, former senator Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr. and their lawyers to refrain from publicly commenting on their pending case before the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET).

"Gusto ko po ulit ipaalala sa mga parties at sa kanilang mga abugado na galangin po sana nila ang utos ng korte na wag mag kumento o magsalita sa media tungkol sa kaso ayon sa 'sub judice rule,'" Hosaka said Wednesday.

The PET fined Robredo and Marcos P50,000 each last year for publicly discussing the case. The tribunal said they violated the sub judice rule, which bars litigants from disclosing information that may result in the prejudging of pending court cases.

Hosaka on Wednesday said the justices are still studying Marcos' election protest against Robredo, and that it was difficult for him to comment on Robredo lawyer Romulo Macalintal's reported statements in a radio interview about the possible outcome of the case.

The court spokesman said he has not seen the confidential report on the recount of ballots from three provinces. He said he could not speak based on rumors and speculations.

"Ang pinag-uusapan po dito sa kasong ito ay ang pangalawang pinakamataas na pinuno ng ating bansa, at kung sino ang tunay at totoong pinili ng taong bayan na bise president na ayon sa batas," Hosaka said.

"Kaya po siguro dapat lamang ay pag aralan ng mabuti at maingat ng ating mga Justices ang bawat issue at ebidensiya ng kaso," he added.

The PET has deliberated on the case for a number of sessions since Associate Justice Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa, the member-in-charge, submitted a report on the recount of ballots from Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Oriental last September 9.

The tribunal has yet to reach a vote on the matter, and the discussion, a source said, will continue on October 15.

Marcos is protesting Robredo's victory in the 2016 elections, which he said was a product of electoral fraud. —KBK, GMA News

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Bersamin admits wanting to delay vote on Marcos protest vs. Robredo
Published October 16, 2019 8:13pm
By NICOLE-ANNE C. LAGRIMAS, GMA News

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Outgoing Supreme Court (SC) Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin on Wednesday admitted that wanted to delay the vote on Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s election protest against Vice President Leni Robredo.

Bersamin, who will retire on Friday, he said didn't like speculations that he had the results fixed.

He was one of 11 justices of the SC, sitting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET), who decided to order Marcos and Robredo to comment on a report about an initial vote recount that was part of the case.

Justices Antonio Carpio and Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa were the only two dissenters. Carpio will retire on October 26.

"This is something that I will tell you — I wanted to delay the vote because I did not like to take part in it, because I did not like the public like the media speculating that I cooked or orchestrated the result," Bersamin told reporters.

"I always told you, hindi pwedeng magluto dito sa Supreme Court, dahil ang daming involved," he said.

Bersamin earlier said that the outcome of the high-profile case could not be rigged.

He said the rest of the court "prevailed" upon him to vote during their en banc session Tuesday, and that they eventually decided on an action that he said was "part of due process."

Apart from commenting on the report on the vote recount in Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Oriental, Marcos' pilot provinces, the PET ordered the parties to submit their position on issues regarding the losing candidate's bid for the annulment of 2016 election results for vice president in Lanao del Sur, Basilan and Maguindanao.

Marcos argued election results in these three Mindanao provinces should be nullified because of alleged terrorism, pre-shading of ballots, and vote substitution, among other grounds.

Robredo, on the other hand, believes Marcos' protest should already have been dismissed because he failed to show a "substantial recovery" of votes from the three pilot provinces — the areas he had chosen to "best exemplify" alleged electoral fraud in the contested polls.

Bersamin said it was "only fair" for the litigants to be given time to comment on or to challenge the findings in the initial recount report.

Both parties had claimed a win from Tuesday's resolution, but Bersamin said, "It's their opinion, it does not come from the court."

"It's up to them whatever they say, they may distort even what we have decided so it's not up to us," Bersamin said.

"Unless somebody else comes here and complains that there was a falsification of the truth, we just leave them at that. Nakita niyo ba may naluto, wala naman," he added.

Bersamin said he preferred not to disclose the contents of the "long" initial recount report that he said was generated by Caguioa, the justice in charge of the case.

"It may not be fair on my part to sum up because I would inevitably omit some or few details which the parties may find to be very critical or crucial or important," Bersamin said.

"And that is the hardest thing to be done by a chief justice: to be perceived as misrepresenting. So I'd rather avoid," he added.

Bersamin will retire on Friday, his 70th birthday, after 11 years in the High Court and 33 years in the judiciary. —NB, GMA News

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