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BREAKING NEWS: PHILIPPINE SUPREME COURT STOPPED IMPLEMENTATION OF RH LAW!
St. Joseph a righteous man, teaching his foster Son to live a life of purity and faithfulness to God. Photo credit: http://www.scrc.org
DEAR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CHRIST, THE GREAT FEAST OF ST. JOSEPH, FOSTER FATHER OF THE LORD, HUSBAND OF MAMA MARY AND UNIVERSAL PROTECTOR OF THE CHURCH WITH THE INSTALLATION OF OUR BELOVED POPE FRANCIS I RECEIVED A GREAT BLESSING FROM GOD: THE PHILIPPINE SUPREME COURT STOPPED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RH LAW. Here is the report:
SC stops implementation of RH law, sets oral arguments on June 18
MANILA, Philippines—The Supreme Court stopped the implementation of the Reproductive Health Law and set the oral arguments on June 18.
During Tuesday’s en banc or full court session, voting 10-5, the high court issued a 120 day status quo ante (SQA) against the law’s implementation.
Tfhe 10 justices are Associate Justices Presbitero Velasco Jr., Teresita Leonardo De Castro, Arturo Brion, Diosdado Peralta, Lucas Bersamin, Roberto Abad, Martin Villarama Jr., Jose Perez, Jose Mendoza and Bienvenido Reyes.
The five justices are Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio, Associate Justices Estala Perlas-Bernabe, Mariano Del Castillo and Marvic Leonen.
An SQA is issued to preserve the last actual peaceable and uncontested status before the litigation or filing of a petition which means it is as if there is no law to implement yet.
There are at least 6 petitions filed with the high court by James Imbong, et al., Expedito Bugarin, Eduardo Olaguer and the Catholic Xybrspace Apostolate of the Philippines, Serve Life Cagayan De Oro City, et al., Task Force for Family and Life Visayas, Inc. and Valeriano Avila, and Alliance for the Family Foundation Philippines, Inc.
Petitioners argued that the Republic Act 10354 or the Act Providing for a National Policy on Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health “mocks the nation’s Filipino culture—noble and lofty in its values and holdings on life, motherhood and family life—now the fragile lifeblood of a treasured cultured that today stands solitary but proud in contrast to other nation.
They said the new law violates the Constitution which upholds the ideal of an unconditional respect for life and aspires for the establishment of policies that create opportunities to harness the economic potential of every Filipino.