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Bongbong Marcos camp to hunt dismissal of disqualification petitions in SC

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MANILA, Philippines — The camp of presumptive president Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. will search the dismissal of the petitions filed earlier than the Supreme Courtroom looking for his disqualification.

Marcos Jr. ‘s lawyer, Estelito Mendoza, stated Friday their camp will search the dismissal of the petitions as soon as they file their remark earlier than the Supreme Courtroom.

“A remark is required to be filed on the petition and subsequently within the remark, chances are you’ll count on that we are going to be asking for the dismissal of the petition,” Mendoza stated in an interview with ABS-CBN Information Channel.

“It’s essential to keep in mind, this concern of disqualification was dominated upon by the Comelec Division and afterward, it was dominated upon by the Comelec en banc so you have already got two rulings affirming the qualification of BBM (Bongbong Marcos),” he added.

Presently, two petitions looking for to reverse Comelec’s dismissal of instances towards Marcos Jr. are pending within the Supreme Courtroom.

Each petitions are likewise asking the Supreme Courtroom to cease the Senate and Home of Representatives from canvassing the votes forged for Marcos Jr.

The Supreme Courtroom has ordered Comelec, the 2 chambers of Congress, and the Marcos Jr. camp to touch upon the primary petition.

In his manifestation, Marcos Jr. cited Article VII, Part 4 of the Structure in saying that the Congress’ canvassing ought to push by.

It states that upon receipt of the certificates of canvass, the President of the Senate shall, “not later than thirty days after the day of the election open all certificates within the presence of the Senate and the Home of Representatives in joint public session and the Congress, upon dedication of the authenticity and due execution thereof within the method supplied by regulation, canvass the votes.”

“All the above provisions, in language and intent, are necessary and the Supreme Courtroom is with out jurisdiction to stop their implementation,” the manifestation stated.


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