Resigned Bureau of Customs (BOC) Comm. Nicanor Faeldon will get into scorching water if he refuses to reply “legitimate questions” in his scheduled look within the Senate Monday.
“Kung hindi siya sasagot sa isang lehitimong tanong ay makocontempt sya dahil unang una wala namang masama (sa tanong) at kung ikaw ay naapi sabihin mo ikaw ay naa-abuse. Ikocontempt ko siya (if will be defiant and) he will be place in a jail to be decided by the Senate,” Sen. Richard Gordon on Sunday warned the previous BOC chief.
The blue ribbon chair mentioned he wouldn’t resort to resort to such measures if Faeldon will only be cooperative.
“I will just ask him properly. I would talk to him and I will convince him to sit down and speak. I hope he has a lawyer with him. That is his protection. Hindi ako tulad ng ibang senador, matindi rin akong magtanong pero di ako nang iinsulto,” he mentioned.
Faeldon earned a quotation from the committee after he snubbed final week’s listening to regardless of the issuance of a subpoena for his look.
He claimed that his determination not to seem within the Senate shouldn’t be seen as a defiance however an indication of protest.