Reactions On Impeachment Of Cj Corona Essays and Term Papers

  • Ethics

    2012 Reaction Paper #1: The Verdict on the Impeachment of CJ Corona Managerial Ethics It’s been almost a month since the verdict on the impeachment of Chief Justice Renato Corona had been handed down by the Senate. Still, some of the pages of the historical impeachment trial of...

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  • The Impeachment Case

    I-Introduction We are facing the second impeachment trial in our history, this time of the highest leadership of the Judiciary, a branch of government not usually thrown political intrigue. Impeachment, which forms part of our constitutional system of checks and balances, originated in England and...

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  • Corona

    Which of the two court is superior in the impeachment case the Supreme Court or the Impeachment Court 3. Cold Neutrality of Impartial Judges Facts: First and foremost regarding the SALN of Chief Justice Corona the prosecution claims that CJ Corona has 45 properties. However they were able...

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  • Ibon Birdtalk

    brandishing more of the same elite governance defined and motivated by the narrow agenda and interests of the few. This was evident in the impeachment of Corona which was sold to the public as part of his “daang matuwid” agenda but soon enough was perceived as an effort to control the entire bureaucracy...

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  • Corona Impeachment Trial

    SUMMARY OF IMPEACHMENT CASE OF CJ CORONA (Editor's note: January 16, 2012 will mark the first day of trial in an attempt to unseat a Chief Justice. Prosecutors claim to have evidence against Chief Justice Renato Corona.The defense team, on the other hand, has attempted to dodge what it calls a psychological...

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  • Lean

    of the complainants that Corona is a midnight appointee contrary to the abovementioned ruling leads to the conclusion that the First Article is also an attack on the Supreme Court’s ruling in the De Castro case. This is, of course, beyond the Senate’s power as an impeachment court. ------------------------------------------------- ...

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  • Senate Found Cj Corona Guilty

    Senate found CJ Corona guilty By: Gerlene D. Lorque After 44 trial days spread out in five months, the Senate found Chief Justice Renato Corona guilty of betrayal of public trust and culpable violation of the Constitution for failing to declare most of his wealth in his Statements of Assets, Liabilities...

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  • Interview

    that “there is this sweeping condemnation of the judiciary as being corrupt as a whole” and that perception should be changed. As to whether the impeachment of the former Chief Justice infringed upon the judicial independence, Atty. Legarda affirms that to a certain extent, there was an infringement....

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  • Money Laundering

    the Republic Act No. 9160 ring a bell? Well, if the people followed the former CJ Corona impeachment trial case not very long time ago, then those small terms will not be new to the people’s ears. As a matter of fact, Corona was found guilty. However, not everyone is familiar with this certain Act as not...

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  • Corona`S Impeachment

    Renato Corona`s Impeachment Trial What comes to your mind when you heard the word “Chief Justice”? Equal Conviction ,neutral, eloquent, reverent, brave, and most of all Judges of any court or position are expected to be one of high caliber, honest, accurate and does not attach personnel emotion to...

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  • broken family

    amount given to senators (who reportedly got between P50 million and P100 million each, according to Sen. Jinggoy Estrada) during the impeachment trial of CJ Renato Corona. Colmenares said the National Budget Circular 541 issued by Budget Secretary Florencio Abad in July last year to justify the P142.23...

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  • Celebrity-turned-politician: Did Lito Lapid make enough positive difference?

    participation in the recently concluded Impeachment Trial of the Former Chief Justice Renato Corona. He is known to be part of the so-called silent committee in the Senate. He really doesn’t participate much when it comes to other matters. Yet, in the last impeachment, he stood up and began to attract the...

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  • Hacienda Luisita

    Reaction paper for hacienda luisita CHIEF Justice Renato Corona enjoyed tax-free allowances and only issued certification on spending them and not receipts. This was disclosed by Supreme Court cash, collection and disbursement division chief Araceli Bayuga as witness for the defense. According to...

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  • Hello.

    month of January up to August 2012. These blog entries are Lourd de Veyra's Snappy Replies to Stupid Tweets (January), Impeachment for Morons (January), 15 Ways to Spice Up the Impeachment Trial (February), In Defense of Lito Lapid (February), 37 Random Things I've Learned in My Life So Far (March), Karl...

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  • the philippine presidents

    the crime of "Plundering" now carries the death penalty. The Estrada presidency was soon dogged by charges of plunder and corruption. Estrada's impeachment by the House of Representatives in November 13, 2000. He was the first Philippine President to be impeached. He also served as Senator for one...

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  • asda

    the legislative and the executive. Critics also accused Aquino's government of giving away funds under the DAP as reward for the impeachment of Chief Justice Renato Corona in 2012. Despite his repeated defense of DAP, Abad admitted that it taught the government to be more careful in devising and enacting...

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  • Effects of Cybercrime Law to It Students

    effects of Cybercrime law to Mapua IT students, will address the following areas relevant to this study: History of Cybercrime law, Provisions, People Reactions, Petitions to the Supreme Court; and Conclusion. HISTORY OF CYBERCRIME The Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 is the first law in the Philippines...

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  • Important Files

    Both bills were passed by their respective chambers within one day of each other on June 5 and 4, 2012, respectively, shortly after the impeachment of Renato Corona, and the final version of the Act was later signed into law by President Benigno Aquino III on September 12, 2012. ------------------------------------------------- ...

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  • Erap vs Sandiganbayan

    and accused the petitioner, his family and friends of receiving millions of pesos from juetenglords. [1]        The expose immediately ignited reactions of rage.  The next day, October 5, 2000, Senator Teofisto Guingona Jr, then the Senate Minority Leader, took the floor and delivered a fiery privilege...

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  • Draft order on impeachment

    Republic of the Philippines CONGRESS OF THE PHILIPPINES SENATE SITTING AS THE IMPEACHMENT COURT IN THE MATTER OF THE IMPEACHMENT OF RENATO C. CORONA AS CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE PHILIPPINES, Respondent CASE NO. 002-2011 REPRESENTATIVES NIEL C. TUPAS...

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