Enrile wants full scrutiny of BBL

SENATE Minority Leader Juan Ponce Enrile wasted no time and buckled down to work when he reported back to the upper chamber last Monday, August 24, four days after he was ordered released on bail by the Supreme Court. 

From the looks of it, the seasoned lawmaker will leave no stone unturned on matters pending before them in the Senate, especially on the issue on the controversial Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL), currently known in the two Houses of Congress as the proposed Basic Law on the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region (BLBAR). 

Sen. Enrile has been carefully studying the substitute…

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JPE Wins Round One of Legal Battle

THE LATEST Supreme Court ruling, favoring detained Senate Minority Leader Juan Ponce Enrile, is seen to have weakened the prosecutor’s plunder charges against him. 

The SC magistrates, voting 8-5, granted Sen. Enrile’s bid to reverse the Sandiganbayan and Ombudsman’s earlier position, denying him of petition for bill of particulars on the plunder case filed against him over his alleged misuse and abuse of his pork barrel funds, also known as Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF). 

The bill of particulars, in the SC’s ruling on the Virata case against the Sandiganbayan, seeks to amplify or limit a pleading, specify…

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Mar is in, is Grace next?

NOW that the smoke has cleared and Interior Secretary Mar Roxas was finally declared by President Noynoy Aquino as Liberal Party (LP) standard bearer in next year’s presidential race, one question remains begging to be answered.

Who will be his running mate? 

Will it be Batangas Gov. Vilma Santos? Or will it be Cong. Leni Robredo? The truth is, LP could not be wrong with any one of them. They are both women of substance and of unsullied integrity and character.

Good as they are, however, many LP supporters are still hoping against hope at this point in time…

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Questions on Grace’s Citizenship

SHORTLY after questions on her citizenship began to hound her, Sen. Grace Poe lost no time in plugging all possible loopholes, that may arise and impede her from seeking either the vice presidency or the presidency, in the event that she decides to run in 2016. 

From the looks of it, her camp has done enough research already even before an actual case could be filed, either before the Senate Electoral Tribunal (SET) or the Commission on Elections (Comelec). 

Attempts to question her citizenship before the SET and unseat her from sitting as a member of the Senate,…

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