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NO MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION FILE AGAINST PRES. MARCOS BURIAL? MUST READ!!!


There are so many protests against Pres. Marcos burial in some parts  of Manila and some area in the Philippines but the big question, have they appealed to the supreme court for the suspension of the burial in Libingan ng mga Bayani? No one filed the petition for the suspension of the burial, so the Marcos has the right to continue after they win the case which was voted by the judges with 9-5.

No prohibition to the burial because the 9-5 decision of the court on Nov. 8 upholding Mr. Duterte’s decision also lifted the status quo ante order issued by the tribunal in September. According to Theodore Te spokesperson of Supreme Court.

Te said the Supreme Court was “in between sessions”  and only Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno could have issued a temporary restraining order to stop the burial “if there is a request and a written recommendation” from the writer of the decision, Associate Justice Diosdado Peralta.

Meanwhile, the The National Union of Public Lawyers (NUPL), counsel for the petitioners, said they would file an urgent motion for contempt and show cause against former first lady Imelda Marcos and her family, the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police for the “premature and hasty execution of the Supreme Court ruling, which had not yet become final and executory.

“The military, police, and top government officials [are] obviously in conspiracy with the Marcos family for [a] sneaky and shameless hero’s burial. It was premeditated and orchestrated to jump the gun on protests and possible reversal or deferral of court decision. Very Marcosian,” NUPL secretary general Edre Olalia said.

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