Minority congress demand control as reprimand court over Sereno’s case


Minority Goal

Individuals from the minority in Senate are finishing their turn keeping in mind the end goal to continue with

the prosecution of expelled Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno.

This was in the midst of gigantic reactions against the Supreme Court for favoring the quo warranto appeal to

recorded by the Solicitor General against Sereno.

“Mayroon kaming activity and balita ko may iba ache activity outside the minority,” said minority representative Risa Hontiveros.

Senate President Koko Pimentel, then, said that in spite of the fact that he restricts the SC administering, he clarified that the Senate could just go about as an arraignment court if the Lower House would forward the duplicate of the articles of indictment to them.

However, as of recently, the Senate has no data yet with regards to the following move of the congressmen.

Also tanungin nyo na lang ang House of Representatives ano ang balak. Ang Senado prepared kapag may na I-record sa amin.

We will constitute ourselves as a prosecution court,” Pimentel said.

All things considered, Pimentel kept up that it is just through prosecution that an impeachable officer like Sereno might be expelled.

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