THE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL of Chief Justice Renato Corona resumed Monday, March 12. The Defense panel’s first witness was a
According to Defense lawyers, the testimony of Navotas Rep. Toby Tiangco proved that the impeachment complaint was “railroaded and politically motivated.” Ok, tell us something we don’t know.
Congressman Toby Tiangco didn’t sign the impeachment complaint against CJ Corona because he believed it lacked probable cause. As a result, the Budget Department delayed the release of probable cash.
According to Congressman Tiangco, he almost signed the Corona impeachment complaint because, “I don’t want to earn the ire of the most powerful man in the country.” And Vice President Jejomar Binay was like, “O, ano na namang ginawa ko?”
Before Tiangco took the witness stand, prosecution panel manager and Cavite Representative Joseph Emilio Abaya warned him against exhibiting “disorderly behavior” that could possibly be interpreted as destructive to the image of Congress. Abaya didn’t respond though when reporters asked, “Is there anything left to destroy?”
Prior to Toby Tiangco’s Senate appearance, House Majority Leader Neptali Gonzales III reportedly threatened to expel the Navotas solon. Sought for reaction on Tiangco’s revelations, Gonzales said, “I just want him to dye.”
Cong. Niel Tupas said Toby Tiangco’s testimony was “impertinent, irrelevant, and immaterial.” To which Justice Serafin Cuevas said, “Imitator!”
“Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely.”
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Naniniwala ba kayong may nagpaplano ng coup d’état laban kay Pangulong Aquino?
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No. Papansin lang ang palasyo. 61.33%
Wala akong pakialam. Busy ako sa work. 20.7%
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