Senate: Sen. Gordon's Ethics Complaint vs. Trillanes Sufficient in Form & Substance (Video)


Senator Richard Gordon's ethics complaint vs. Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV is sufficient in form and substance according the Senate Ethics Committee on Monday, September 11, 2017. The senator earlier announced in front of the media that he will file an ethics complaint against Trillanes.


The Ethics Committee also ruled to remove the fifth ground in the complaint, which cites the two coup d'etat Trillanes. Sen. Drilon moved for the ground's removal saying the first coup in 2003 happened before Trillanes became senator, while the second coup in 2007 was covered by amnesty.

Watch the Video Report on Sen. Trillanes Ethics Complaint:


Sen. Richard Gordon, the chairman of the powerful Senate Blue Ribbon Committee, in his ethics complaint said, "Senator Trillanes disrespected and deliberately maligned the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee by branding it as a 'comite de absuelto,' or a body absolving the accused of wrongdoing."

The accused, Sen. Trillanes on the same day also threatened to hit Gordon with an ethics complaint but there is no complaint yet from Sen. Trillanes. He also wanred he will expose alleged anomalies in Red Cross Philippines, a humanitarian organization chaired by Sen. Gordon.

Source: CNN Philippines / PTV-4


Senate: Sen. Gordon's Ethics Complaint vs. Trillanes Sufficient in Form & Substance (Video) Senate: Sen. Gordon's Ethics Complaint vs. Trillanes Sufficient in Form & Substance (Video) Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 9/11/2017 Rating: 5

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