House Minority Leader Danny Suarez says he keen to help the strikes to question Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales, on one situation–another person has to endorse it first.
“Yung kay Ombudsman, I will support it kapag may nag-endorse,” Suarez informed a press convention on the House of Representatives (HOR) Wednesday, May 10.
Asked why he wished to see Morales impeached, he claimed that the Ombudsman hasn’t precisely been truthful at her job.
“Selective justice. Kita naman eh. That’s my personal stand,” stated Suarez, who represents Quezon’s third district.
The Minority boss particularly cited the instance of former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, whose plunder case moved as a quick tempo beneath Morales.
“I know for a fact that a good number of officials committed plunder. Walang na-file ni isa,” he famous.
But why gained’t Suarez endorse the grievance himself? The reply is straightforward–he hasn’t personally seen the rumored draft grievance in opposition to Morales.
“There was really selective Justice during past six years. But I haven’t seen complaint,” he stated.
An impeachment grievance should first be endorsed by no less than one congressman earlier than it could be correctly filed on the HOR.