Compare and contrast Proclamation 1017 (2006) and Proclamation 1081 (1972).
See this sample. And then this one.
Then be afraid. Be very afraid…
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Had the same idea in mind in my own blog. I guess if you have a background in law, the first thing that comes to mind is how this state of emergency compares to martial law.
Ironically, they’re more alike than we would like them to be.
Perhaps we do need to be afraid.
Sir, a certain Atty. Lambino appeared in the Fortress, telling the media that as a lawyer for the Koalisyon ng Nagkakaisang Pilipino (KNP or Coalition of United Filipinos), he saw no alterations nor any visible signs of cheating in the KNP’s copy of the election returns. Question: even if it is true or not, is his action a violation of the client-counsel privilege? Even if the relationship has ended, does this free the lawyer from the privilege?
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