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BIR: Bongbong Marcos has No Pending Tax Obligations Contrary to Atty. Te’s Claim


By: Elena Grace Flores

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[VIDEO]: BIR: Bongbong Marcos is Fully Paid

BIR Tax Receipts

According to the BIR receipts, Bongbong Marcos paid all his tax obligations contrary to the petitioners’ claims that he did not pay the fine for the non-filing of taxes case. This truly proves that Atty. Theodore Te and his consultant, former Chief Justice Antonio Carpio are a bunch of liars.

Penalty Payment

The total payment as per the receipt was of Php 67,000. This covers the penalties for the 4 years in question. This is quite a simple evidence to procure. Why can’t Atty. Te get it? Of course he can but just wants to magnify the negative finding for the media to sensationalize.

Character Assassination

The anti-Marcos stalwarts are famous for making accusations using legal means with evidence from the mainstream media or online references that do not stand in court. Then, the media delivers misleading headlines to the public. This serves as a character assassination attempt. The disqualification petitions over the alleged tax cases are nothing but media propaganda.

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Marcos’ Friends Guaranteed the P30 M Second Tranche to the Supreme Court in an Open Letter

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

While Leni Robredo is struggling to pay the P8 M first tranche on her part for counter-protesting the electoral protest of Bongbong Marcos, he is already set for the next.  Marcos’ friends have guaranteed the amount to the Supreme Court. The contributions are from sympathetic supporters. They have stated in an open letter that the second tranche of P30 M will be paid on or before July 14.

Youtube video by; Elena Grace Flores
[VIDEO]: The Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered Vice President Leni Robredo to pay the amount needed to retrieve election-related documents needed in her counter-protest against former Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

Robredo’s Motion Denied

The Supreme Court, as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal, denied the motion for reconsideration filed by Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo for the election protest case filed against her by a namesake,  former Senator Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. The SC ultimately trashed it but gives her five days to comply.

Five Days Provision

The PET might have denied Robredo’s motion for reconsideration of the Resolution dated March 21, 2017, then directed her to pay the cash deposit as stated in the Resolution dated on the same date. The deadline is a non-extendible period of five days from the issuance of the notice,” Te said.

Marcos’ Motion is Delayed

The high court also deferred action on Marcos’ omnibus motion where he seeks to dismiss the counter protest until Robredo complies with the payment requirement. Last March 21, the PET ordered Marcos to pay PHP66,223,000 for the 132,446 precincts to allow his election protest against Robredo to proceed.

Supreme Court’s Money Game

In its three-page resolution, PET ruled that Marcos must pay PHP36,023,000 on or before April 14. The next tranche’s deadline to pay PHP30-million is on or before July 14. Robredo is also required to pay PHP8 million on or before April 14 which she failed to comply, and PHP7,439,000 on or before July 14. What if the protesters do not have rich friends?

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Supreme Court’s Theodore Te: PET Trashed Robredo’s Motion not to Pay – but did not Trash her

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Supreme Court Spokesperson, Theodore Te announced that PET trashed Leni Robredo’s motion for reconsideration to pay only the first tranche of P8 M deposit after finding a basis in Bongbong Marcos’ electoral protest. However, SC extended the deadline around until 1st of May or five days after they odered her to pay on 25 April 2017.

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[VIDEO]: SC, ipinag-utos kay VP Robredo na magbayad ng P8-M Protest fee

Trashed only the Motion

The PET trashed Robredo’s motion for reconsideration in a resolution that required her to pay the cash deposit. “The PET denied Robredo’s motion for reconsideration on the resolution to pay the cash deposit as ordered in its previous resolution dated March 21,” Supreme Court Spokesperson Theodore Te said. However, the court have given her another five days to comply.

No More Extension after Five Days

“The PET ordered Robredo to pay the cash deposit as stated in the resolution within a non-extendable period of five days from notice of the resolution,” he added. The Supreme Court that sits as the PET, ordered Robredo to pay ₱8 million within five days from 25 April 2017.

Robredo’s Camp Respects SC’s Ruling

Bernadette Sardillo, Robredo’s legal counsel said that they had yet to receive the PET order, but clarified that they respected the ruling and would comply. “Any payment of the cash deposit in our counter protest should not also be taken to mean that the election protest filed by former Sen. Marcos has any merit or legitimacy,” Sardillo stressed.

Merit on Marcos’ Electoral Protest

Why would Sardillo highlight the legitimacy of Marcos’ electoral protest when they pay the deposit? Does this mean that their payment acknowledges that Marcos’ claims of fraud are worth millions just to make a counter-protest? One thing is sure. Bongbong Marcos is confident to pay P36 M deposit out of the total P66 M just to prove Liberal Party’s fraudulent activities that benefit Robredo.