Now that the Supreme Court has determined to uphold the declaration of martial law in Mindanao as a result of Maute risk, Sen. Panfilo Lacson mentioned he hopes there shall be no name-calling over the decision.
Lacson additionally mentioned the factual foundation for the proclamation is “clear enough” that there “could not have been any other ruling as overwhelmingly decisive” because the one the excessive court docket rendered.
“I can only hope that none of our Senate colleagues will call the magistrates lapdogs and cowards of the administration,” he mentioned in a textual content message to reporters.
In a separate tweet, Lacson mentioned critics of martial law in Mindanao can “reason out to disagree but no name calling please.”
Deep inside somebody did na. But they will freely converse up. Lets hear them. 😄😄😄
— EDOY ARRIETA / CNPH (@edoyarrieta75) July four, 2017
He added he knew the Senate “did right in supporting the martial law proclamation in Mindanao when we debated on it in caucus and in plenary.”
The excessive court docket earlier upheld the declaration of martial law in Mindanao by way of a 11-Three-1 rely.