Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile: Presiding Judge of Impeachment Court hallmark of his job as an Octogenarian: An observation
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Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile: Presiding Judge of Impeachment Court hallmark of his job as an Octogenarian: An observation

Manila : Philippines | Jun 01, 2012 at 10:55 AM PDT
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Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile: Presiding Judge of Impeachment Court hallmark of his job as an Octogenarian: An observation

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The whole nation must recognize that an octogenarian like Senate President and Presiding Judge of the CJ Renato Corona Impeachment Court Juan Ponce Enrile did well his job. He proved that age didn't matter in a trying job that he performed until conviction after 44 days.

The brilliance of Octogenarian Enrile did not fail in his job as well as it did not fail the high expections of the nation for a job well done.

Manong, Tatang or Apong Johnny did it again, for the sake and good of the nation.

Let it be recalled that Constitutionalist and Lawyer Enrile at earlier times did it for the sake of the nation. He together with then, AFP Vice chief of Staff Lt. General Fidel V. Ramos started the popular EDSA People Power Revolution or the EDSA 1. But later, parted ways with Ramos for certain differences.

CONGRATULATIONS SENATE PRESIDENT AND PRESIDING OFFICER OF THE IMPEACHMENT COURT JUAN PONCE ENRILE.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ENTIRE IMPEACHMENT COURT!!!

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Philippine Senator-Judges gather for a discussion during a break in the impeachment trial of Supreme Court Chief Justice Corona at the Senate in Manila
Philippine Senator-Judges gather for a discussion during a break in the impeachment trial of Supreme Court Chief Justice Corona at the Senate in Manila
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