Netizens Asks: Will Trillanes Continue to Complain About the Death of Democracy (Pag Pabor May Rule of Law, Pag Against Wala)

Netizens took to social media as they reacted on the decision of the Makati RTC Branch 148 that denied the DOJ's plea to issue an arrest warrant against Trillanes as they asked whether the senator will continue to complain about the death of democracy, now that the decision favored his side.



According to some netizens, there is indeed some problems with Trillanes and his supporters way of thinking because of the fact that once a decision favored them there is a reule of law and democracy is not dead but once the decision is against their narratives there's no rule of law and democracy is dead in the Philippines.



When Trillanes was asked in an interview after the decision was released favoring his camp, and he was asked whether the judge was pressured to favor him, he answered by saying "It goes without saying. But still ginawa niya [Soriano] and tama. Nagwagi ang tama, nagwagi ang rule of law, nagwagi ang demokrasya." Trillanes stated.

Acting Prosecutor General Richard Fadullon and the Makati Prosecutor's Office told the media that Makati City RTC Branch 148 junked the motion to arrest Trillanes for his coup d'etat case after his amnesty was voided by Pres. Duterte last August 31, 2018.

Despite the denied motion of the DOJ, the Makati RTC Branch 148, upheld Presidential Proclamation No. 572 which voided the Aquino administration's grant of amnesty to Trillanes.

Here's the Complete Decision of Judge Andres Soriano:



Source: PNA


Netizens Asks: Will Trillanes Continue to Complain About the Death of Democracy (Pag Pabor May Rule of Law, Pag Against Wala) Netizens Asks: Will Trillanes Continue to Complain About the Death of Democracy (Pag Pabor May Rule of Law, Pag Against Wala) Reviewed by Phil Newsome on October 22, 2018 Rating: 5
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