Sen. Antonio Trillanes Files Motion for Leave of Court to Travel Abroad

Controversial lawmaker and one of the most vocal critic of the Duterte administration, Senator Antonio Trillanes filed a Motion for Leave of Court to Travel Abroad from December 11, 2018 to January 12, 2019 and from January 27, to February 10, 2019.


Based upon the motion filed by the lawyers of Senator Trillanes his purpose of travel abroad was due to the fact that he was invited by different groups to attend various activities in Amsterdam, Barelona and London.



The senator was granted official permission to travel to The Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom from December 11, 2018 to January 12, 2019 from the Office of the Senate President, as evidenced by the duly certified travel order signed by Senate Pres. Vicente Sotto III.

Sen. Trillanes will also travel to the United States upon the invitation of different groups in California, Washington D.C. and Maryland, USA. He was also granted official permission to travel to the United States of America from January 27 to February 10, 2019 as provided by the travel order signed by Sen. Tito Sotto.

The controversial lawmaker posted bail of P200,000 on charges of rebellion before the Makati court.

During the past few months, Makati RTC Branch 150 Judge Elmo Alameda ordered the arest of Trillanes, almost three weeks after Pres. Rody Duterte voided his amnesty and revived the charges of rebellion against him in failed uprisings in 2003 and 2007.



Here's the Motion of Sen. Antonio Trillanes to Travel Abroad:




Source: PTV

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