Ferolino: Guanzon tried to pressure me Macalintal: Punish her for violating rules

1/29/2022 2:40:00 AM

Commission on Elections Commissioner Aimee Ferolino-Ampoloquio on Friday turned the tables on her colleague, fellow First Division member Rowena Guanzon,

Commission on Elections Commissioner Aimee Ferolino-Ampoloquio said Guanzon’s premature disclosure of her vote appeared to be a move to pressure the First Division into disqualifying Marcos Jr. READ:

Commission on Elections Commissioner Aimee Ferolino-Ampoloquio on Friday turned the tables on her colleague, fellow First Division member Rowena Guanzon,

She said it was not possible to resolve the pending cases that quickly since the consolidated petitions were raffled off to the First Division only on Jan. 10.She said Guanzon’s premature disclosure of her vote appeared to be a move to pressure the First Division into disqualifying Marcos Jr.

“It is quite appalling that Commissioner Guanzon was able to draft an opinion when the Ponencia has not yet submitted the resolution and all the case records are in my possession,” she added.Senate President Vicente Sotto III, for his part, urged Guanzon to name the senator who allegedly was trying to influence the Marcos disqualification cases.

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Do they have a different understanding of electoral laws in Davao, and will bend over backwards to suit them, the reason why may time to writing a long letter of explanation than writing the final report? The Dilawan pink must have been giving lots of money to Gianzon to do that or using the utang na loob payback scheme. Gianzonnos a known dilawan mole inside the COMELEC

Ferolino fights back: Guanzon trying to influence my decision on Marcos case'It is quite appalling that Commissioner Guanzon was able to draft an opinion when the ponencia has not yet submitted the resolution and all the case records are in my possession,' says Comelec Commissioner Aimee Ferolino AimeeFerolino trabaho nyo po yan! hindi ka nmn i txt2 ni guanson kung ginagawa mu yung trabho ay na submit mu sa tamang deadline! ano ba talaga ang rason kung bkit tagal mu nka tapos ! huwag masyadong pa halata..huwag mag pa silaw sa pera! Rappler: PAIDJOURNALISM FAKE NEWS DILAWAN PINKLAWAN MAKAKALIWA Naku obvious naman na magiging maka marcos ang desisyon niyan. Kunwari pa siya na peace and privacyang rason. Tagal tagal na wala pa ding resolution. Ulol mo!

Dating COMELEC commissioner Guia sa pagpabor ni Guanzon sa disqualification ni Marcos Jr.Nakapanayam ng News5 si dating COMELEC Commissioner Luie Guia kaugnay ng pagpabor ni COMELEC Commissioner Rowena Guanzon sa diskwalipikasyon ni presidential aspirant Bongbong Marcos Jr. BilangPilipino2022 FrontlineTonight

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Guanzon announces vote to disqualify Marcos Jr.; says someone powerful behind decision delayCommssion on Elections (Comelec) Commissioner Rowena Guanzon announced on Thursday, Jan. 27 that she voted to disqualify presidential aspirant Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. from running in the May 2022 elections. READ: Not surprised. True and certified Liar. alam a na this. muhang pera

Guanzon votes to disqualify Marcos; says ‘powerful politician’ may be behind case delayAddressing the delay in the resolution, the Comelec commissioner says she has a “strong feeling” that a powerful politician may have interfered in the case. TheFilipinoVotes You are making all sorts of baseless speculations. This is truly disgusting. What's important is that the commissioners stand their ground especially the ponente. They should not be swayed..no matter who appointed them. ‘May be…’ -Guanzon

over the latter’s allegation that there was a delay in the resolution of three disqualification cases against presidential aspirant Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.January 28, 2022 But Ferolino, in her letter to Abas, said that the Marcos case is “complex and highly rated,” because it’s three separate petitions consolidated into one..Ferolino-Ampoloquio is the ponente of the case, Guanzon disclosed in another interview with CNN Philippines on Thursday night.

Aimee Ferolino-Ampoloquio Ferolino-Ampoloquio belied Guanzon’s claim that there was an “internal agreement” for the First Division to decide on the cases by Jan. 17. All three legal challenges against Marcos have cited his tax conviction in the 1990s as basis for his disqualification. She said it was not possible to resolve the pending cases that quickly since the consolidated petitions were raffled off to the First Division only on Jan. 10. Ferolino also disputed Guanzon’s claim that there was an internal agreement among the three 1st Division commissioners to issue a ruling on January 17, as earlier promised by Guanzon on social media. In her letter to Comelec chairman Sheriff Abas, Ferolino-Ampoloquio described as “appalling” Guanzon’s action to make public her separate opinion in favor of disqualifying Marcos Jr. They think if I retire, my vote will not count, which is not true,” Guanzon, who is set to retire on February 2, said in a phone interview with the Inquirer earlier on Thursday.

even before the division has released its ruling. If there was any delay, Ferolino asserted, it was the date of the preliminary conference or dialogue on the Marcos case. Rowena Guanzon She said Guanzon’s premature disclosure of her vote appeared to be a move to pressure the First Division into disqualifying Marcos Jr. ADVERTISEMENT “She [Guanzon] also consistently took liberties in telling me to adopt her opinion,” Ferolino said in her letter to Abas.” “The schedule of the proceeding was adjusted in time for her arrival in Manila because she wanted to personally take part in the proceeding and that it be broadcasted live on Facebook,” Ferolino said. “It is quite appalling that Commissioner Guanzon was able to draft an opinion when the Ponencia has not yet submitted the resolution and all the case records are in my possession,” she added. Guanzon, for her part, said Ferolino-Ampoloquio should just release the decision. The only male commissioner in the 1st Division is Marlon Casquejo, who has remained silent on the Comelec drama up to now. Marcos Jr.

“If you [Ferolino-Ampoloquio] released the decision, then we will have no need for this discussion…She has time to write a reply to the Chair but not the resolution/decision,” Guanzon said. Senate President Vicente Sotto III, for his part, urged Guanzon to name the senator who allegedly was trying to influence the Marcos disqualification cases. They rose from the Comelec ranks after decades of service. “It’s best that she names the senator. Otherwise, we will all be suspect. Guanzon has denied that she was referring to President Rodrigo Duterte. If there is proof, I will ask the Committee on Ethics to look into the matter,” Sotto added. This means that the three petitions will have a joint decision.

Lawyer Romulo Macalintal recommended punishment against Guanzon for prematurely disclosing her vote to disqualify Marcos Jr.com – Rappler. ahead of the First Division’s ruling. Macalintal—the lead counsel of Vice President Leni Robredo in the electoral protest filed by Marcos against her in 2016—said the Comelec en banc should look into the act of the outgoing commissioner for possible violation on the confidentiality of the poll body’s internal proceedings.. The veteran election lawyer explained that what Guanzon did was unprecedented and first of its kind, stressing that the opinions of Comelec officials remain an opinion and are not yet binding until a decision is fully written and signed. “Until and unless the decision is released to the public, the individual positions or votes or opinions of the commissioners are confidential,” Macalintal said. An aspirant needs to file a Cona to prove that his or her candidacy under a certain political party is authorized.

“Since it is highly irregular, Guanzon should be sanctioned by the Comelec en banc for violating the confidentiality of the internal proceedings of the Comelec,” he said. Guanzon, who is retiring on February 2, is presiding commissioner of the Comelec First Division, of which Ferolino-Ampoloquio is the ponente for the case. Guanzon earlier challenged the counsel of Marcos Jr. to a debate—but George Briones declined, saying the commissioner herself disclosed they were members of the same fraternity. “I challenge George Briones of Partido Federal of BBM to a debate on TV. did not pay the fine.

If he thinks he is brighter than me he should agree. The Commission en Banc @COMELEC has no jurisdiction over an administrative complaint against a Commissioner. I am an impeachable officer. You people better study. Let’s debate on TV,” Guanzon said in a Twitter post, adding she may cite the party for contempt for threatening her. READ: Decision on Marcos DQ case delayed as COVID-19 hits Comelec staff Guanzon said she has requested Comelec Chairman Sheriff Abas to call Ferolino-Ampoloquio.

“Since Commissioner Rowena Guanzon disclosed that I am her Sigma Rho Fraternity brother. I respectfully decline her invitation to debate with her. For I firmly believe in our Code of Action which is ‘to give due respect if not love to a Sister Deltan’,” Briones said in a statement. Meanwhile, Guanzon said the receipt of payment for tax deficiencies presented by the camp of Marcos Jr. was actually for payment for lease rentals “(The Marcos camp) said they paid their tax deficiencies with the BIR. “We will wait for the decision to come out and until then any statements made are all speculative,” Marcos Jr.

We looked at their receipt but it was only a photocopy. It said it was a payment for lease rentals,” she said. “I also gave them several days to produce a certified copy of their receipts. They didn’t submit anything,” she added in Filipino. Last December, Marcos’ spokesman Vic Rodriguez showed a certification from the Bureau of Internal Revenue that Marcos supposedly paid his tax deficiencies and fines for 1982 to 1985 at the Land Bank of the Philippines. “Comm.

Guanzon, however, said this was different from the fines at the Regional Trial Court. “That’s not a payment for Regional Trial Court fines. The RTC has a certification that there has not been any satisfaction of judgment. That’s where they should have paid the fine. The tax deficiency payment with the BIR is a different matter,” she said. Guanzon’s vote as [a] guide to decide in favor of truth and a fair electoral system,” it said.

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