Marcos seeks to junk disqualification petitions


Fallen but not forgotten: People lighting candles at a memorial honouring victims of martial law under late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani, in Quezon City, Metro Manila. — Reuters

THE camp of presumptive president Ferdinand Marcos Jr will seek the dismissal of the petitions filed against him before the Supreme Court, his lawyer said.

Former Justice Minister Estelito Mendoza said that would be the content of the comment that the Supreme Court ordered Marcos, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) and Congress to submit within 15 days on a petition seeking a reversal of the poll body’s ruling that affirmed the former senator’s certificate of candidacy.

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