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Senator Francis Escudero says Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III signed the order last Wednesday, February 21
Senate banks committee chairman Francis Escudero slams former Comelec chief Andres Bautista for repeatedly skipping hearings on his alleged ill-gotten wealth
‘Transferring these cases directly before the DOJ only heightens our reservations (on impartiality)’ says Bautista’s lawyer
Former Commission on Elections chairman Andres Bautista is ordered to attend a February 12 hearing on his alleged wealth, after he skipped the Senate inquiry thrice
'To say that I refused to attend the hearing or that I am in hiding is untrue,' says former Commission on Elections chairman Andres Bautista
By voting against Duterte’s pet cases in the Supreme Court, Sereno did not endear herself to him and, chief justice for 14 more years, unless stopped by abnormal means, like impeachment, she could hound him beyond his term
'We can issue a subpoena so that he will be compelled to attend,' says Senate banks committee chair Francis Escudero
Sheriff Abas, nephew of MILF chief negotiator Mohagher Iqbal, replaces Andres Bautista as chairman of the Commission on Elections
A recomputation shows that Bautista's net worth in 2016 should be P54.5 million only and not P176.3 million as he indicated
Heads of constitutional bodies and commissions are hounded by impeachment complaints and threats under the Duterte administration
By not acceding to former Comelec chair Andres Bautista's terms of resignation, did the President, in effect, fire the poll chief? Lawyers weigh in.
The House committee on justice will need to submit its report to the plenary when session resumes in November
(3rd UPDATE) 'You're looking at a man who has a wealth of experience in managing elections and also the seniority to carry the day,' Comelec Spokesman James Jimenez says
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(UPDATE) Impeached Comelec chief Andres Bautista says he has been notified by the Palace through a letter from the Executive Secretary
'I don't know if you can still impeach him or not, because by resigning, he has removed himself,' President Rodrigo Duterte says
Jacinto Paras, among the complainants in an impeachment case against the Comelec chairman, claims there were anomalies during Andres Bautista's stint in the PCGG as well
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon says the legislative work of the body will be affected due to the tight schedule, but Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III believes otherwise
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(UPDATED) Andres Bautista's resignation – effective in December 2017 yet – does not stop legislators from voting in favor of his impeachment
Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista's brother, Martin Bautista, urges the elections chief to withdraw his resignation after the House voted to impeach him
(UPDATED) Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista says 'it is unfortunate' that the House of Representatives voted to impeach him
Andres Bautista now holds the distinction of being the first Comelec chairman – and the first official – to be impeached under the Duterte administration
Election watchdog Lente vows to keep close watch on Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista's replacement, President Rodrigo Duterte's first appointee in the poll body
Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista explains to President Rodrigo Duterte why his resignation is 'effective December 31, 2017'
(2nd UPDATE) Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III says this is the earliest time the chamber can handle the impeachment case against Commission on Elections chief Andres Bautista
The House overturns the resolution of the committee on justice, which earlier junked the impeachment complaint
Senate banks committee chair Francis Escudero says the probe into the bank accounts of Commission on Elections chair Andres Bautista will still continue
(UPDATED) Despite Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista's announcement that he is resigning by the end of 2017, the impeachment complaint against him remains included in the House agenda for Wednesday, October 11
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(4th UPDATE) Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista says his resignation is effective by December 31, 2017
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'Basta ano, dalawa nag-text sa 'kin ng congratulations. 'Di ko na sasabihin [kung sino],' says Commission on Elections chair Andres Bautista
The Commission on Elections is considering two options – either to reuse the ballots dated October 23, 2017 for the May 2018 elections or to use stickers to cover the old dates
'I believe in the goodness, the goodwill, and the good sense of the Filipino people,' says the wife of Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista
(UPDATED) Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista maintains that resigning and taking a leave of absence 'are options that are always available'
(UPDATED) The complainants fail to indicate they have personal knowledge of their allegations against Comelec Chairman Andres Bautista