Beset Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno trusts Court Administrator Jose Midas Marquez was likely behind the “Red Monday” dissent at the Supreme Court that looked for her acquiescence.
“Marami ang nagsasabi sa associated na ganun. Marami akong nabasang report na ‘yun ang impression. Palagay ko no, oo,” she said Wednesday in a Bandila DZMM meet.
Marquez, who was among the individuals who affirmed before the House equity council on the arraignment protest against the main officer, presently can’t seem to remark on Sereno’s statement.Sereno, who is on inconclusive leave in planning for her approaching denunciation trial at the Senate, said it was not the whole legal that was ready to fight requiring her to venture down.
There were just 20 individuals who marked the proclamation while greater part of Supreme Court workers held fast to safeguard the freedom of the legal.
“Nakita natin pati si (Retired) Chief Justice (Hilario) Davide, sabi niya, ‘Kayo ay rumespeto ng due process. Maging impartial. ‘Sway makilahok sa politika,'” Sereno said.It was a year ago, she shared, that she confronted mounting strain to venture down.
“Kung hindi ka magre-leave, pahihirapan namin ang buhay mo. Kung hindi ka magre-leave, ipapahiya ka namin. Sisiraan ang iyong character. Yuyurakan ang pangalan mo,” she said.
She said another offer to expel her was made by Solicitor General Jose Calida through a quo warranto appeal.
“‘Pag mahina ang kaso, hanap ng ibang paraan,” Sereno said