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A year after the impeachment Chief Justice Renato Corona, the Palace admits there is still work to be done in reforming the judiciary
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AMLC chief Vicente Aquino says he wants a stronger law with more exemptions
The Palace branded former Chief Justice Renato Corona's call for continued transparency as "gimmickry"
President Aquino says he may appoint an outsider as Chief Justice. | Senator Kiko Pangilinan says the Judicial and Bar Council should find Chief Justice candidates from the academe and the private sector. | Is the SALN waiver enough to investigate an erring public official, as President Aquino claims? Rappler investigates.
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The senate impeachment court convicts Renato Corona for Article 2 of the impeachment complaint. | Only 3 senators vote to acquit Corona. | Dean Jose Manuel Diokno says the prosecution has the defense to thank for its victory.
Pimentel: Facts convince this senator-judge to avoid disclosing true net worth.
Pangilinan says he saw "systematic concealment" of the Chief Justice's wealth
Osmeña cites Supreme Court decisions to guide his personal verdict, which tells him offense is impeachable and the Chief Justice betrayed public trust.
Marcos: Granted the Chief Justice violated SALN law, this does not rise to level of impeachable offense
Legarda: If we acquit the Chief Justice, we tragically lift floodgates on corruption.
Lapid says Prosecutor Farinas' presentation makes it clear that Chief Justice Corona is guilty
Lacson says he doesn't believe the Chief Justice doesn't understand accounting because he taught classes on taxes for 17 years in law school
Guingona: I vote to convict the accused Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Estrada: I make this decision with a heavy heart but with confidence. The accused violated the law
Escudero: This is the time to raise our standards for public servants - not just for Chief Justice Corona but for us all.
Drilon: The Chief Justice must be held to higher standard than dismissed official for not declaring market stall. He maliciously filed SALN
Sen Miriam: As a former lawyer and a future judge of the International Criminal Court it makes me angry the way your minds run.
Senator Pia Cayetano says minor inaccuracies in SALNs are not impeachable but the failure to declare $2.4M and P80M is not minor.
Alan Peter Cayetano votes guilty with penalty of removal from office
Arroyo: I cannot imagine removing a Chief Justice on account of his SALN.
How will the senator-judges vote? We will find out today in day 44 of the Corona trial
Oral arguments for the prosecution invoke principles of greatness, rule of law, the country's future and the character of a Chief Justice. | Defense counsel's closing arguments focus on legal arguments saying mistakes the chief justice made in his SALN were done in good faith. | Rappler Exclusive: Former monetary board officials say, Corona admitted to illegal trading of dollars in his testimony in the impeachment court.
The defense and prosecution panels delivered their closing arguments. Watch day 43 in full length
Rappler's Ayee Macaraig recaps day 43 of the Corona Trial where the defense and the prosecution delivered their closing arguments
Senator-judge Miriam Defensor-Santiago asks the presiding officer and the rest of the members of the impeachment how to determine the penalty for the Chief Justice, in case of conviction
Enrile asks defense panel if they will take the result of the impeachment proceedings up to the Supreme Court
When Chief Justice Renato Corona bought and sold dollars in the 1960's outside of the banking system, he was engaged in the black market, which was "illegal," according to former Monetary Board members Vicente Valdepeñas and Dante Canlas
Rep. Miro Quimbo gives us a preview of the prosecution's closing arguments.
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Rappler Editor-at-large Maritess Vitug provides an analysis of day 42 of the #CoronaTrial
Chief Justice Corona gives the Senate his waiver to open his bank accounts, without conditions. | Chief Justice Corona admits he has 2.4 million dollars in foreign accounts and 80 million in peso deposits. | Corona calls on Ombudsman Morales to resign.
Senator-judge Estrada asks the Chief Justice about his relationship with Ombudsman Morales. Corona explains and eventually says he believes the Ombudsman was used by the Aquino government.
Corona denies having possessing such an amount and says he has only $2.4 Million across all 4 of his dollar accounts
Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago asks Chief Justice Renato Corona what is the effect of his impeachment to the system of checks and balances, the independence of the judiciary, and the sub judice principle
Presiding Officer Juan Ponce Enrile says the impeachment court cannot act on the waiver submitted by Corona
The prosecution panel holds a press conference as the senator-judges discuss the unconditional waiver submitted by Chief Justice Renato Corona
Chief Justice Renato Corona submits waiver to open his bank accounts without any conditions.