Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Guilty beyond reasonable doubt.

On the 30th day of May 2012, a history has been made. A chance of proving a nation’s integrity in terms of judgement by the means of implementing a strong constitution and governing by law. And as a mom, I also concluded him guilty beyond reasonable doubt.
20 against 3. That’s the score.  Guilty beyond reasonable doubt.

Sen. Ed Angara
Sen. Peter Cayetano
Sen. Pia Cayetano
Sen. Franklin Drilon
Sen. Chiz Escudero
Sen. Jinggoy Estrada
Sen. Teofisto Guingona
Sen. Gregorio Honasan
Sen. Panfilo Lacson
Sen. Manuel Lapid
Sen. Sergio Osmena
SEn. Francis Pangilinan
Sen. Aquilino Pimentel III
Sen. Ralph Recto
Sen. Ramon Revilla Jr.
Sen. Tito Sotto
Sen. Trillanes
Sen. Manny Villar
Senate Pres. Juan Ponce Enrile

Sen. Joker arroyo
Sen. Miriam Santiago
Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

                 These senatorial judges given the chance to explain further their votes. Most of the gentleman and ladies in the side of conviction concluded that the respondent and defendant  Chief Justice Renato Corona proven to be guilty beyond reasonable doubt  as not declaring an enclosure with all his wealth in the Statement of Assets, Liabilites and Net Worth (SALN), betrayal of public trust, and not applying transparency as a public servant.
                In addition, the FCDU Law doesn’t exempt anybody in declaring his/her wealth in a sworn, oath statement as being a public servant. As long as you own something, whether declared in foreign currency or local currency, a public is entrust to declare. If anyone doesn’t want a transparency of all his wealth, then don’t enter the public office.
In my opinion, being a concern mom, I may say that this issue would be a lesson to learn from all of us especially to public servant. Yes, there are more of them(C.J. Corona), much worse than him. Sad to say, his the example given. What the present is doing, has something from the past, and much is involve in the future.
             As a woman and a mom, how would these affects our daily lives in our own little home?