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Oct 01st
Miguel Zubiri Is No Longer Worthy to Be Called "Honorable" PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 24 July 2010 09:57
Very soon Miguel Zubiri will no longer be worthy to be called Honorable, if he persist to stay on the senate seat that truly belongs to KOKO PIMENTEL. Instead of living a legacy of a true statesman, an honorable public official, and a worthy citizen, he will be remembered as one who usurped and stole the senate seat that he knew the people did not vote for him to hold. The electoral protest filed by KOKO clearly showed that the result of the recounting sustained the claim that the votes obtained by KOKO has become irreversible in his favor. The opinion penned by Justice Antonio Carpio is one that is not tainted by political consideration, unlike those of Lito lapid, Eduardo Angara, Loren Legarda, who belong to a political block in the senate. Besides KOKO is a firm believer in Jury and Grand Jury Judicial reforms.

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