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Malacañang asserted the authority of President Rodrigo Duterte to suspend Overall Deputy Ombudsman Arthur Carandang despite a Supreme Court (SC) ruling that declared such acts as unconstitutional. Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales earlier rejected Duterte’s order to suspend Carandang for 90 days.
One of the Constitution’s framers, Christian Monsod, spoke out on Congress’ push for Charter Change, saying the problem is not the 1987 Constitution but the legislators tasked to implement it.
Meanwhile, Rappler submitted to the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) its counter-affidavit against the cyber libel complaint of businessman Wilfredo Keng.
All this and more are in today’s wRap.
‘Without a TRO, we will implement the law,’ Malacañang says after Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales rejected its suspension order against Deputy Ombudsman Arthur Carandang
‘The problem is not the Constitution but the legislators who slept on the job for 30 years to fully implement it,’ says Christian Monsod, one of the framers of the 1987 Constitution
SEC Commissioner Blas James Viterbo, whose term ends in 2021, has tendered his resignation due to ‘health reasons’
Rappler CEO Maria Ressa asks the National Bureau of Investigation to stop the investigation for lack of legal basis
Included in the manhunt is Kenneth Dong who was hastily arrested in August 2017 for a rape charge, but has since been freed
LRT1 operator Light Rail Manila Corporation also says there will be no fare hike surprises as the train system is upgraded and expanded
The photographer will be doing a presentation at UP Diliman, and admission to the event is free!
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