May 11, 2018
JUSTICE FOR SERENO? CITIZENS SPEAK
Those who oppose the Quo Warranto:
Before criticizing the #SupremeCourt & any of the Justices who voted in favor OR against- Do you fully understand what #QuoWarranto is? Have you read the decision? This is a landmark decision that deserves to be studied & discussed with well-formed opinions. #SerenoOuster https://t.co/dLW4qyn18n
— Karen Jimeno (@AttyKarenJimeno) May 11, 2018
Former Chief Justice Hilario Davide: “Doomsday for judiciary” https://t.co/qHDJoa5f7L
— Tonyo Cruz (@tonyocruz) May 11, 2018
— Theodore Te (@TedTe) May 11, 2018
Those who support the SC Decision:
The ouster of Sereno augurs well for the country as it preserves the integrity of the Judiciary. pic.twitter.com/oJFk8aNwo2
— Jose Callangan Calida (@SolGenCalida) May 11, 2018
“The Supreme Court couldn’t have made an impartial decision because justices were biased!”
Are we then going to believe and insist on the impartiality of the members of the senate?
— David Barua Yap II (@IAmDavidYapII) May 12, 2018
Senators air their opinions:
Ang biggest ‘winners’ sa SC decision ay ang mga abogadong pulpol na handa sanang magkalat ng katangahan sa impeachment trial na hindi na mangyayari dahil malamang hindi na ipadala ng House ang Articles of Impeachment sa Senado.
— PING LACSON (@iampinglacson) May 11, 2018
Is it over for Chief Justice Sereno? Some continue to hope…
We survived the Ombudsman impeachment (May 2011), the CJ Corona impeachment (May 2012) and the arrest and incarceration of 3 sitting Senators (Enrile, Estrada and Revilla). I think we can and will survive this. #SerenoOuster
— Dean Rod P. Vera (@attyvera) May 11, 2018
Apart from ouster, SC also issues show cause vs Sereno on why she should not be penalized for violating sub judice, attacking justices @PhilippineStar
— Edu Punay (@edupunay) May 11, 2018
The SC’s decision. 153 pages.
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