Justice delayed is, it turns out, not only justice denied, it is fatal—yes, fatal. That is, to people involved in the trial of those accused to be behind the Nov. 23, 2009, Ampatuan massacre.
By Roberto F. de Ocampo
So, as the Aquino administration enters its swan-song phase, will it indeed end on a high note?
This refers to the statement of Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. that the allegations of human rights abuses perpetrated by the Armed Forces of the Philippines under the Aquino administration are all baseless.
By John Nery
Shortly after President Aquino marked his 100th day in office, in 2010, I wrote a column attempting an analysis of the new commander in chief’s self-evidently well-defined sense of limits.
By Neal H. Cruz
President Aquino’s message to Vice President Jejomar Binay last Monday was very clear, and only those who want to cling to their post will pretend not to understand it: Get out, you’re fired! But P-Noy said it the polite way so Binay can save face: “If he (Binay) thinks we are going in the wrong direction, he is free to leave.” Binay was being shown the door.