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Ibinasura ng Supreme Court, Kahilingan ni Trillanes at Dilawan na Pigilan ang Pilipinas sa Pagkalas sa ICC! – Manila Times Reporter

Ayon sa mamamahahyag ng Manila TImes na si Jomar Canlas, ibinasura ng Korte Suprema nitong Martes ang ilang petisyon para kuwestiyonin ang hakbang ni Pangulong Rorigo Roa Duterte na tumiwalag sa International Criminal Court (ICC).

Ang nasabing petisyon ay pinangunahan nina Senators Francis Pangilinan, Franklin Drilon, and Risa Hontiveros; and former senators Benigno “Bam” Aquino 4th and Antonio Trillanes 4th; and the Philippine Coalition for the International Criminal Courts (PCICC).

Hindi naman napigilan ng retiradong mamamahayag na si Jay Sonza na magbigay ng reaksyon sa nasabing ulat.

“BINASURA NA ng Korte Suprema ang mga kahilingan nina Tililing, Kiko, Risa, Franklin, Bam at ibang dilawan, na pigilan ang pagkalas ng Pilipinas sa ICC (international criminal court). Wala ng pipigilan. Naganap na ang pagkalas.
Na DU30 na!” sabi ni Sonza.

Narito naman ang reaksyon ng mga tagasubaybay ni Sonza.

“Talo na naman ang mga may hepa.. Hahaha.. The president has really obtained wisdom from God. He knows how to weigh and balance things. Lab you tatay Digong.. May the Lord be with you always as you govern this country that is filled with crabs..” – Jelijoy Dawirao Brigole

“Tama lang. ICC is a just a waste of time and money. It is pretty much useless and outdated organization. If there should be punish for crime against humanity it would be the US. They would not dare go against the hand that feed them,” – Jaime Alvarado

“We are sovereign, we don’t need foreign intervention in our domestic affair coz our judicial system is working. Tama lang naman na magkalas tayo kasi ang ICC ay isang one sided institution may kinikilingan and most likely parang ahensyang bayaran. It seems na nagpagamit ang ahensyang ito ng mga dilawan.” – Jhoe Perez

“We have all the venues for our grievances and legal issues…from the RTC’s…Ombudsman..Court of Appeals…and the Supreme Court…All in good working order…No need for ICC! We can manage.” – Efren Ventura

Source: Jay Sonza | Manila Times

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