Rigoberto Tiglao’s Dec. 27 column hit the proverbial nail right on the head when he stated that President Aquino’s regime is not a rule of law but a rule by law: the selective use of laws and legal technicalities to take out his enemies.
HARVEY KEH is the same partisan, self-righteous and self-proclaimed advocate of good governance who never misses the chance to hit Vice President Jejomar Binay, even if the facts are not on his side (Inquirer, 1/1/13).
I FELT sad upon hearing that the current administration chose to suspend Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia. It is very obvious that the suspension is politically motivated, given the timing (very near next year’s elections) and the fact that Garcia is not a member of President Aquino’s Liberal Party.
By Conrado de Quiros
Jojo Binay was furious. Don’t even think about it, his legal office told Chief Supt. Marcelo Garbo for saying he was perfectly prepared to remove Gwen Gacia from her office. Garcia of course, as most everyone knows by now, is the embattled Cebu governor who has been holing out in the province’s capitol in defiance of her suspension by Malacañang over a fairly old case.