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Palace respects court order denying DOJ plea for Trillanes arrest

  Palace respects court order denying DOJ plea for Trillanes arrest By Azer Parrocha MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — Malacañang on Monday said it “respects” the decision of the Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) that denied the petition of the Department of Justice (DOJ) for a warrant of arrest against Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV over … Continue reading

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No pressure on court to rule vs. Trillanes: DOJ

No pressure on court to rule vs. Trillanes: DOJ By Christopher Lloyd Caliwan MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra on Sunday denied allegations that the government is pressuring the Makati City Regional Trial Court (RTC) to issue an arrest warrant and hold departure order against Senator Antonio Trillanes IV. Guevarra said the … Continue reading

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Trillanes arrest warrant submitted for court’s resolution

Trillanes arrest warrant submitted for court’s resolution By Benjamin Pulta MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — The Makati court hearing the coup d’etat charges against Senator Antonio Trillanes IV said that the government’s motion for the issuance of an arrest warrant and hold departure order against the lawmaker is “considered now submitted for resolution.” In his … Continue reading

Malacañang respects court’s deferment of Trillanes arrest
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Malacañang respects court’s deferment of Trillanes arrest

Malacañang respects court’s deferment of Trillanes arrest By Azer Parrocha MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — Malacañang on Saturday said it respects the decision of a Makati court to defer its ruling on the coup d’etat charges filed against Senator Antonio Trillanes IV. “That is court decision we respect and defer to,” Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque … Continue reading

SolGen to Trillanes: Resign from Senate
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SolGen to Trillanes: Resign from Senate

SolGen to Trillanes: Resign from Senate By Juancho Gallarde DUMAGUETE CITY (Philippines News Agency) – Solicitor General Jose C. Calida on Thursday described Sen. Antonio Trillanes as a “coward” and challenged him to resign from his post. Speaking during a forum sponsored by the city government of Dumaguete, Calida said, “kinsay talawan karon nga nagtago … Continue reading