Vice President Robredo shows again her ignorant side when she says that the Marcoses have been ordered to pay for everything they have to pay but nothing is satisfied yet. Most Filipinos know that PCGG even sequesters their personal wealth and it is now between the government and alleged martial law victims as per as compensations are concerned. The new administration reviews the claimants because most of them are not authentic – the reason for the partial payment that has nothing to do with the Marcoses at all. It scares her that Bongbong Marcos soon becomes the DILG secretary. SC paves the way to his electoral protest against her.
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[VIDEO]: Vice-President Leni Robredo believes former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. should not be given a Cabinet post because the Marcoses have not paid for what they did to the country.
Partial Payment Set
Around 4,000 martial law victims are set to receive partial compensation from the government. This is for their alleged suffering encountered during the Martial Law regime. They blame the late President Ferdinand Marcos for their rebellion The Human Rights Victims Claims Board is set to distribute partial compensation to the first 4,000 victims of human rights violations allegedly committed by the Philippine Constabulary under former president Fidel Ramos.
Delay in the Processing of Claim
To date, the Board arbitrates a total of 30,027 claims. The president calls for a meeting between the Claims Board and a group of martial law victims to discuss the delay in the processing of claims and distribution of reparation. The board is set to partially release payments to applicants approved last January 18, 2017.
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Non-monetary assistance is also made available for the victims who seek help from the Department of Health, Department of Social Welfare, and Development and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority. It is Former President Benigno Aquino III who signs Republic Act No 10368 in 2013. It orders the distribution of P10 billion funds to martial law victims that are already in the government’s possession. What is Leni Robredo talking about then?
SC Gives Go Signal to Bongbong Marcos
Bongbong Marcos secures a critical legal victory in his fight to know the truth on the fraudulent activities that made Leni Robredo Vice President. In a resolution dated Jan. 24, the Supreme Court, acting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET), rules that the complaint of Marcos is sufficient in form and substance and is “beyond dispute.” It paves the way for a formal hearing. The eight-page decision emphasizes that Marcos can now continue to prove his allegations against Robredo.