January 4, 2016
For Senator: Leila De Lima
Justice Secretary Leila de Lima is known to be one of the three furies along with COA Chair Grace Pulido Tan and Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales, tough-talking women tackling the PDAF scandals involving high profile politicians. She promises to use her experience to strengthen the rule of law, human rights, and the administration’s fight against corruption should she be elected as senator in May, 2016.
For somebody who is “just doing her job”, she must be doing something right as accused plunderers, corrupt politicians, human-rights-violating mayors and religious leaders find themselves cornered and silenced with her words.
With this feisty political newcomer, the senate proceedings might become a little more interesting if she gets elected.
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