Tag: International Criminal Court

Interview on DWIZ: Ending the budget impasse | March 23, 2019

In an interview on DWIZ, Sen. Lacson answers questions on:
โ€“ย Senate-HOR meeting to end the budget impasse
– complaint filed by former Ombudsman and SFA vs Chinese leader before ICC
โ€“ย measures to prevent future water crises
โ€“ localized peace talks with CPP-NPA

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Interview on DZBB | April 22, 2018

In an interview on DZBB, Sen. Lacson answered questions on:
– challenges facing new PNP chief Albayalde and new BuCor chief dela Rosa
– criticisms vs anti-drug war fromย the US State Department and EU Parliament
– claims of ‘utang na loob’ and the Blue Ribbon report
– ‘extortion’ racket at Boracay
– update on National ID bill

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#PingSays: On the divorce bill, corruption at Customs, and ICC | March 20, 2018

In an interview, Sen. Lacson answers questions on:
– divorce bill
– Blue Ribbon probe of anomalies at BOC
– withdrawal from ICC

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#PingSays: On the National ID system and possible PH withdrawal from ICC | March 19, 2018

In an interview, Sen. Lacson answers questions on:
– National ID bill
– PH withdrawal from ICC

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#PingSays: On reports of possible PH withdrawal from ICC, and DOJ case vs Kerwin Espinosa and co. | March 14, 2018

In an interview, Sen. Lacson answers questions on:
– charges vs suspected drug personalities including Kerwin Espinosa
– reported possible withdrawal of PH from the ICC
– meeting with President Duterte in Malacanang

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Interview on DZBB | March 11, 2018

In an interview on DZBB, Sen. Lacson answered questions on:
– Safeguards vs abuse in the law restoring subpoena powers to the CIDG (RA 10973)
– Claim by a UN rights official that President Duterte needs to undergo psychiatric evaluation
– Pursuing legal action vs CPP-NPA ‘terrorists’
–ย ICC’s principle of complementarity
– PRRD telling PNP not to cooperate with UN probe
– Calls by the DILG not to vote for barangay election candidates involved in drugs

Related:ย BATAS NA! Measure restoring subpoena powers to PNP-CIDG signed into law

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#PingTweets: On the Senate’s probes on EJKs and the ICC’s ‘principle of complementarity’

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“The complementarity principle … reflects a realization that it is preferable that such crimes are investigated and prosecuted in the country where they occurred.” – Forum for International Criminal and Humanitarian Law

#PingTweets: On the ICC’s preliminary examination of President Duterte’s anti-drug war

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