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The bishops said it is important for everyone to follow the proceedings in the Supreme Court because the law will have an impact on democracy
Bishop Raul Dael of Tandag warns of the impact of the country’s new anti-terrorism law, which faces legal challenges before the Supreme Court
We have more than enough resolutions to last another bloody year, so don’t make any this New Year.
The Catholic Church will not remain “a mere observer but an active witness for the pursuit of truth and justice”
Activists warned that the vagueness of the definition can qualify a priest who preaches Jesus' teachings as a threat to national security
The lawyers raised a concern on the IRR's Section 9.1, which permits security forces to arrest suspects without written authorization
To plant evidence means only one thing: do we even have credible police and military intelligence personnel to begin with?
The petitioners seek the court’s decision on “whether or not the [new law] should be declared null and void" for the vagueness of terms
The AMRSP asked the court to declare the new law “unconstitutional” because it “infringes on the free religious expression of the Church”
Members of the Sangguinang Kabataan on August 19 called on the Supreme Court to declare the anti-terrorism law “unconstitutional”