#CoronaTrial: How the senators voted [with VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS]

Table showing how senator-judges voted in the Impeachment case against Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona

Rappler.com
Published 1:34 PM, May 29, 2012
Updated 10:34 PM, June 25, 2012

MANILA, Philippines - On Tuesday, May 29, an overwhelming majority of the senator-judges voted to convict Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona for culpable violation of the Constitution and betrayal of public trust for failing to disclose to the public his statement of assets, liabilities and net worth.

Of the 23 incumbent senators, 20--including Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile--declared Corona guilty. Only 3 found him not guilty.

The table below shows how each senator-judge voted. View embedded videos below to watch the senators explain their respective votes.

Go to our LIVE BLOG for a minute to minute account of the voting process.

Click on the number representing the vote of each senator for details regarding that senator's vote.

SENATORS WHO VOTED GUILTY

Edgardo Angara

Alan Peter Cayetano

Pia Cayetano

Franklin Drilon

Francis Escudero

Jinggoy Estrada

Gregorio Honasan II

Teofisto Guingona III

Panfilo Lacson

Manuel "Lito" Lapid

Loren Legarda

Sergio Osmeña III

Francis Pangilinan

Aquilino Pimentel III

Ralph Recto

Ramon Revilla Jr.

Vicente Sotto III

Antonio Trillanes IV

Manuel Villar Jr.

Juan Ponce Enrile

SENATORS WHO VOTED NOT GUILTY

Joker Arroyo

Miriam Defensor-Santiago

Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

Get to know each of the senator-judges by clicking on the caricatures in the graphic below:



Click the links below for key Rappler stories related to the impeachment case against Chief Justice Renato Corona: