Thank you for the link, it's a good read.ron_bato wrote: ↑Fri May 11, 2018 12:17 pmRegardless of whether she broke the law or not - it's still not right because this act violates the constitution. Here's a good summary to see why this violates our constitution: http://opinion.inquirer.net/113104/the- ... -the-wrong
But like parokyano said - there were no laws broken - or at least that's to be determined in the court of impeachment.
If you followed this story before - it's a lot to do with all these Supreme Court Justices and their personal vendetta against Sereno.
You're right, I have not been following local politics.
True, it is unconstitutional, but we've long been beyond the constitution when it comes to the current president's "actions" since he's been elected. I'm not dismissing it, just pointing out that the majority of the people voted and continues to support an obvious madman and have distorted the law to benefit their purpose and logic. What can we do if everyone, including the president and the supreme court judges, think they are without a doubt infallible? The problem is we treat politics like a telenovela. We forget past mistakes. We'll cry foul because of this, then the president says something idiotic again and we've already forgotten this. It's like that since I could remember. It's become a really stale telenovela. The only entity really milking all the ups and downs are the local media.
EDIT: I read the article further and there's a comment that does make a point. "May be" is a vague word.