Sen. Gordon to De Lima: ‘I did not demand any apology to CHR’


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Posted by ABS-CBN News on Wednesday, October 12, 2016

The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) will not be allowed to present its witnesses at the Senate probe on extrajudicial killings until the agency issues an apology over the ‘unfair’ remarks made by one of its commissioners, Gordon said last Wednesday.

However, Gordon told reporters in an interview 

It should be the Commission on Human Rights who should apologize and they should castigate Cadiz because they will not be effective kapag hindi ganoon ang gagawin nila.

Gordon was referring to CHR Commissioner Roberto Eugenio Cadiz, who had earlier slammed the senator for being a “coward” of conducting the hearing.

In the recent hearing on alleged extrajudicial killings, Sen. Gordon tackled again the issue.

Sen. Gordon to De Lima

I did not demand any apology. Apologies are made by gentlemen on their own.

Watch the live stream of the Senate of the Philippines hearing on alleged extrajudicial killings.


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