Bongbong Marcos does not worry over his own arrest by the Congress with regards to his advice to his older sister, Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos. He eats threats always. Besides, he has the electoral protest to work on. Gov. Marcos plans to once again snob the upcoming hearing of the alleged anomalous use of the tobacco excise tax.
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Not New to Threats
Marcos just dismisses the announcement that the Congress can cite him for contempt over his sisterly advice. “Well. We’ve all been threatened with arrest,” he told reporters on the sidelines of the Philippine Constitution Association (Philconsa) meeting in Makati City recently.
Governor Imee Marcos confirms that it’s a no-show for her on July 25 for the House’ inquiry into Ilocos province’s P66.45 million worth purchase of vehicles allegedly. The purchase uses the province’s tobacco excise funds. This is a practice in the province even during Rep. Rodolfo Fariñas time as governor. The lady governor prioritizes the needs of the farmers as per their requests. Her brother thinks that the Ilocos 6’s plight tells him that his sister can easily be arrested and humiliated which is against her rights.
Obstruction of Justice
Pimentel threatens Bongbong Marcos that he can be arrested for obstruction of justice for the said advice. Pimentel’s action is likened to Senator de Lima’s advice to her former bodyguard Ronnie Dayan. She thinks that he better stay away from the House probe into the proliferation of the illegal drug trading in the national penitentiary last year. She was charged with violation of Article 150 of the Revised Penal Code hereby referred to as disobedience to the summons.
Bongbong Marcos is confident that the anti-Marcos Solons will go nowhere in their politicking stunts. He’s not event worried about their dramas in Congress. He has the election protest against VP Leni Robredo to concentrate on when the preliminary conference starts on July 11.