18th Congress to correct the injustice....CJ Corona heirs to receive retirement benefits.
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"To correct the injustice allegedly committed against the late chief justice Renato Corona by some legislators."
“The late chief justice mercifully died 3 years ago, carrying his underserved impeachment taint to the grave. This is the injustice our newly elected national officials shall soon face.
Unless they act, the injustice done to the chief justice shall forever serve as a towering monument of how the misdeeds of the Aquino.
Also, Brion disclosed that the SC may also come up with a ruling allowing Corona’s heirs to receive his long-overdue retirement pay and other benefits.
“The SC, on a proper petition filed, can likewise belatedly address the injustice done to their former chief through an equitable remedy – the grant of the equivalent of the retirement pay and benefits the chief justice and his family would have received had he not been unjustly impeached. This grant will of course be funded through the budget approved by Congress,” he pointed out. administration triumphed,” he pointed out.
The above statement was taken from the " Ex-justice pleads: Allow CJ Corona’s heirs receive his retirement benefits by Retired Supreme Court associate justice Arturo Brion. Whom I believe him and please allow me to give the justice be serve for the late Chief Justice CJ Corona to allow the heirs to receive the retirement benefits of him due to the facts is that the said impeachment was politically motivated and it was highly declared by the Senators like Sen. Bong Revilla and Sen. J. Estrada which they had declaration on the Privilege Speech made by the two senators.
May the Good Lord Bless this petition be serve properly on the part of Late Chief Justice CJ Corona's heirs. Amen.
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