29 May '12, 11am

Latest: Senators fire Philippines Chief Justice for not declaring US$2.4m

The impeachment proceedings, televised ‘live’, had gripped the country over several months. In a country where corruption is rampant, Filipinos were glued to the impeachment proceedings like it was some kind of reality TV show. The proceedings, spiced with emotional outbursts, intrigue and sub-plots, provided a fascinating glimpse of the machinations of power and justice.

Full article: http://anilnetto.com/democracy-2/asean/senators-fire-phil...

Tweets

Philippines' top judge found guilty of corruption

straitstimes.com 29 May '12, 10am

Philippine senators on Tuesday found the country's top judge Renato Corona (above) guilty of corruption, paving the way fo...

The Law Takes Precedence Over Justice in Germany-Commentary

The Law Takes Precedence Over Justice in German...

seashepherd.org 30 May '12, 1am

The Law Takes Precedence Over Justice in Germany Commentary by Captain Paul Watson I remain a prisoner in Germany in a cas...