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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Must Read! Legal Opinion of Constitutional Experts On Legality of Duterte’s Martial Law in Mindanao

While the supposed legal experts examine the validity of the statement of Martial Law on social media sites, constitutional specialists assume or else.

International legal expert Atty. Paula Defensor Knack shared on social media sites the lawful viewpoint of actual BRILLIANT LEGAL MINDS in an effort to silence minority however loud people on social networks that are testing the validity of the charge of Martial Law in Mindanao.

Atty. Knack are all commends for Constitutional Law professional Justice VV Mendoza and also previous Solicitor General Estelito Mendoza which she called 2 of one of the most distinguished living Constitutional Law professionals in the nation.

She said the two have long work experience in government and their knowledge of the law are beyond question Moving forward, let us read what Constitutional Law expert Justice Vicente V. Mendoza has to say on Duterte’s Martial Law declaration in Mindanao.

"VIRAL !! .......TAMA ANG GINAWA ni Pres. DUTERTE ! 
Sa totoo lang, walang binatbat ang mga current professors sa Constitutional Law sa dakilang Justice VV Mendoza at former Solicitor General Estelito Mendoza. SILA AY LEGENDARY SA CONSTITUTIONAL LAW. They are the 2 most eminent living Constitutional Law experts in the country.
Hindi lang mahaba ang kanilang work experience sa gobyerno, TOTOONG BRILLIANT LEGAL MINDS SILA at walang maaring magquestion sa kanilang kakayahan sa law.
Kahit ilang volumes ng Supreme Court Reports memoryado by heart...word for word ! Kaya matapang kami dahil SYA ang da best at SYA nagturo samin. Klarong klaro ang jurisprudence dito ng Supreme Court." Paula Knacks post on her Facebook Account.

President Rodrigo Duterte’s decision to impose Martial Law in the entire Mindanao was “justified and needed” following hostilities between government forces and the local terrorist Maute group in Marawi City

He added, “Based on what I have heard, there is a rebellion over there in Marawi and that public safety really requires the declaration of Martial law. If the President’s judgment is not correct or not in declaring Martial Law, it’s not for me or anyone to decide. That is the prerogative of the President.”

Meanwhile, former dean of the College of Law of the University of the Philippines Pacifico Agabin said that the government could restrict the people’s right to travel and the freedom of assembly while Martial Law is in effect.

As of this writing, the post has gathered 721 shares, 2,512 reactions and 76 comments on Facebook.

Source: Paula Knacks


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