Rappler Newscast | May 28, 2012

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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.

MANILA, Philippines – 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. – Rappler.com

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