FOURTH DISQUALIFICATION CASE SLAPPED VERSUS POE

Amado D. Valdez INQUIRER PHOTO / Niño Jesus Orbeta

Amado D. Valdez INQUIRER PHOTO / Niño Jesus Orbeta

Sen. Grace Poe said she will face all the challenges to her presidential candidacy, as a fourth petition to take her out of next year’s race for Malacañang was filed in the Commission on Elections (Comelec) Monday.

Poe said there were a lot of other problems facing the nation that Amado Valdez could have paid attention to, but instead the former dean of the University of the East College of Law chose to question her citizenship and residency in the Philippines.

In the fourth case for the disqualification of Poe, Valdez asked the Comelec to cancel the senator’s certificate of candidacy (COC) for President because of her failure to meet the 10-year residency require

Read more: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/738237/ex-law-dean-files-fourth-disqualification-case-against-poe#ixzz3r4HTQzh2
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