I’ll fight evil and misdeeds no matter what it takes
By ROGER M. BALANZA
Commission on Elections (Comelec) Commissioner Rowena Guanzon is unruffled by a threat to disbar her after she bared her vote to disqualify Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.
The threat was dished out by Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP), the party of the presidential aspirant in the 2022 elections , after Guanzon announced on Thursday that she voted to approve the petitions seeking to disqualify Bongbong, because there was moral turpitude based on evidence on the law when Bongbong failed to pay incomes taxes.
In the program Mangahas Interviews on Friday, Guanzon warrned: “Huwag niyo ako takutin ng disbarment ha at pwede akong magtanim ng tubo kapag hindi ako makapag-practice,.”
In a post on Twitter on Friday after the Mangahas interview, a defiant Guanzon wrote: “Kahit magdildil ako ng asin lalabanan ko ang masasama at mail (I will fight evil and misdeeds no matter what it takes) Honor and excellence! Fight!”
George Briones, General Counsel of the PFP, said Guanzon “illegally disclosed and leaked with undue haste” her decision to disqualify Marcos Jr.
Briones also sought an investigation of Guanzon by the Comelec, saying Guanzon should be disbarred with her retirement benefits and lifetime pension forfeited.
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