The fickle Harry Roque | Inquirer Opinion

The fickle Harry Roque

/ 05:02 AM March 26, 2021

The editorial “Moment of reckoning” (3/23/21) was dead-on in its observation about the fickleness and shamelessness of presidential spokesperson Harry Roque: “What has become of the former human rights lawyer (Roque)? Completely transmogrified into the barker now hard at work defending the first Philippine president to face a potential grave case in the ICC (International Criminal Court).”

The former University of the Philippines College of Law professor is living proof of the extreme extent to which a lawyer would go if the price was right: Do or say anything to please a client. The perks and privileges of being a fixture in Malacañang are for him too irresistible to pass up? We wonder how this spineless, unscrupulous shyster can ever come back to UP to teach law again.


Scarlet S. Sytangco,[email protected]

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