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    VP Leni says no selective justice for allies, foes

    VP Leni says no selective justice for allies, foes

    Vice President Leni Robredo said she will push for swift resolutions to corruption cases such as the P10-billion pork barrel scam involving Janet Lim Napoles, should she be elected President.

    Robredo was responding to a question from panelist Roby Alampay at the “Panata Sa Bayan: The KBP Presidential Forum” on Friday, February 4.

    The veteran journalist asked if she was satisfied with the justice served in the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) case where public officials were named as Napoles' cohorts.

    "Ready na po ba kayo mag-move on sa PDAF?" asked Alampay.

    Robredo's answer was a firm no. "Hindi pa tayo ready mag-move on kasi marami pang mga kasong wala pang resolution. In fact, meron ngayon na kumakandidato hindi lang sa national pati na sa lokal na na-involve dito issue ng PDAF,” she said.

    Robredo said the justice system and the judicial process need fixing to achieve swift and clear resolutions for corruption cases.

    In a follow-up question, Alampay brought up reelection Senator Leila De Lima's case following criticism of "double standards, selective justice".

    "Dahil may mga listahan na lumabas na kasama ang ka-alyado ni Presidente Noynoy Aquino. Kapag pina-invesitigate nyo yan, kasama ba ang mga ka-alyado ni ng dating pangulo?" asked Alampay.

    "Wala tayong kikilingan," said Robredo on how she would deal with issues or investigations involving allies. "Kasi sa oras na may kinilingan tayo, magiging failure na lahat. Pag may pinaboran tayo na isang grupo, magiging failure na lahat ginagawa natin. Dito nakasalalay ang tiwala ng taumbayan."

    The KBP presidential forum was attended by four other candidates: Senator Ping Lacson, Senator Manny Pacquiao, Mayor Isko Moreno, and Leody de Guzman. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. was a no-show, citing a conflict in schedules.

    The forum was broadcast live over 300 TV networks and radio stations nationwide, with additional global livestreaming services over the internet. [End]

     

    Posted in Press Releases on Feb 04, 2022