Senatorial aspirants Chel Diokno and Teddy Baguilat raised concerns over Ombudsman Samuel Martires' proposed amendments to the law mandating wealth disclosure among government officials, which includes penalizing commentaries.
@jairobolledo #ALL4Leni installs a billboard showing their endorsed senatorial aspirants for the 2022 elections. They are: Lawyer Sonny Matula, Senators Risa Hontiveros, Leila de Lima, lawyer Chel Diokno, Rep Teddy Baguilat, and ex-sen Antonio Trillanes. #PHVote #WeDecide | via @jairobolledo
Human rights lawyer and senatorial aspirant Chel Diokno on Monday, October 18, pressed the need for the government to prepare all the safeguards in a bid to combat hunger for Filipinos affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. READ:
'I'M ENERGIZED BY THE SUPPORT' Human rights lawyer Chel Diokno said he is thankful for the outpour of support he is receiving from celebrities like Vice Ganda, Bianca Gonzales, Jason Abalos, and Janine Gutierrez, among others, for his senatorial run in the 2022 elections.
'I WILL BE RUNNING FOR THE SENATE' Human rights lawyer Chel Diokno disclosed on Wednesday that he is running for the Senate in the 2022 national elections. He also said he is in support of 1Sambayan’s efforts to come up with a united slate.
"It was the golden years for them (Marcoses) but not for the country." Human rights lawyer Chel Diokno laments historical revisionism online, making the younger generation believe that the Martial Law years were the country's "golden years." #ANCHeadstart
"I WILL BE RUNNING IN THE 2022 ELECTIONS." Human rights lawyer Chel Diokno has declared his intent to run in the 2022 elections. Diokno emphasized the need to have people in power who can respond to those “crying out for justice and accountability.”