Courts allow detained Senator de Lima to visit critically-ill mother

Detained Senator Leila de Lima asked the courts to let her temporarily leave her detention cell in Camp Crame as her family was advised to 'prepare for the inevitable' as her mother's health continues to deteriorate.

14.8.2019

Detained Senator Leila de Lima asked the courts to let her temporarily leave her detention cell in Camp Crame as her family was advised to 'prepare for the inevitable' as her mother's health continues to deteriorate.

Detained Senator Leila de Lima asked the courts to let her temporarily leave her detention cell in Camp Crame as her family was advised to 'prepare for the inevitable' as her mother's health continues to deteriorate.

Two Muntinlupa courts have allowed detained Senator Leila de Lima to visit her critically-ill mother in Iriga City.

The courts gave de Lima a maximum period of 48 hours, including travel time, from August 14 to 15. She must return on or before August 16. The Philippine National Police was ordered to provide personal escorts to de Lima.

President Rodrigo Duterte sees no problem if the courts allow de Lima's request for furlough, Senator and long-time aide Bong Go said.

My 86-year-old Mom's health is now failing. She's confined in a hospital in Iriga for several days already. Our family is now advised to prepare for the inevitable.

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Courts allow detained Senator de Lima to visit critically-ill motherDetained Senator Leila de Lima asked the courts to let her temporarily leave her detention cell in Camp Crame as her family was advised to 'prepare for the inevitable' as her mother's health continues to deteriorate.

Courts allow De Lima to visit ailing mother in Iriga CityTwo branches of the Muntinlupa City regional trial court (RTC) allowed on Wednesday detained Sen. Leila de Lima to visit her ailing 86-year-old mother in Iriga City for 48 hours. Special treatment talaga...payagan na din ang ibang nakakulong.

CBCP official says de Lima should be allowed to visit her ailing motherAn official of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) Episcopal Commission on Prison Pastoral Care (ECPPC) believes Senator Leila De Lima should be allowed by the court to visit her ailing mother.

Court allows De Lima to visit ailing motherMANILA, Philippines - The Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court on Wednesday granted detained Senator Leila De Lima's request to visit her ailing mother in Iriga City. T2TupasINQ Now the court has to grant the same to other prisoner's too. If not, it just proves, yet again, we need a NEW JUSTICE SYSTEM that is EQUAL & FAIR to everyone and not THAT PROTECTS the RICH AND CORRUPT. Tsk tsk. T2TupasINQ Eh, wala nman talagang kasalanan ung tao. Hanggang ngyon nga di oa sya naa-arraign. Prang illegal detention nga eh.

Bong Go prefers face-to-face debate with De LimaNeophyte Senator Christopher “Bong” Go said he is ready to debate with opposition Senator Leila de Lima but he wants to do it in person. | MAgerINQ MAgerINQ The question is... how? MAgerINQ Para lang ciang gustong makipagsuntukan pero ang kalaban nia naka posas at nakapiring!!! MAgerINQ Mas maganda kung televised para ang mga tao, mapanood kung paano magre react ang nasa debate- kung sinungaling, kung walang alam, kung totoong senador. WE DARE YOU, BONG GO

Courts allow detained Senator de Lima to visit critically-ill motherDetained Senator Leila de Lima asked the courts to let her temporarily leave her detention cell in Camp Crame as her family was advised to 'prepare for the inevitable' as her mother's health continues to deteriorate.



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