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WATCH: Retired Supreme Court justice Antonio Carpio launches a signature campaign Friday, May 14, demanding President Rodrigo Duterte to retract his defeatist statements on the West Philippine Sea issue.  READ:

Retired Supreme Court Justice Antonio Carpio on Friday began a signature campaign demanding President Rodrigo Duterte to withdraw his statements on the West Philippine Sea issue that were allegedly detrimental to the country’s interests.

It would seem President Rodrigo Duterte would rather listen to former Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile than former Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonio Carpio talk about the West Philippine Sea territorial dispute.

Retired Supreme Court justice Antonio Carpio launched a signature campaign on Friday, May 14, demanding President Rodrigo Duterte to retract his defeatist statements on the West Philippine Sea issue.

Cayetano took a swipe at retired Supreme Court Senior AssociateJustice Antonio Carpio who has been vocal in criticizing President Rodrigo Duterte amid the West Philippine Sea issue. | @_neilmercado 

#ICYMI : “I’m not afraid of you,” said President Duterte, who backed out of his own challenge to debate the West Philippine Sea issue against retired Supreme Court Associate JusticeAntonio Carpio.

Former DFA Sec Albert del Rosario “acknowledges” Sec. Harry Roque’s invitation to another debate, after Roque was refused by retired SC Justice Antonio Carpio. Del Rosario however says a debate with Roque “is not the best way to spend our time.” | via @chiarazambrano 

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Former DFA Sec. Albert del Rosario “acknowledges” Sec. Harry Roque’s invitation to another debate, after Roque was refused by retired SC Justice Antonio Carpio. Del Rosario however says a debate with Roque “is not the best way to spend our time.” | via @chiarazambrano 

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Retired Supreme Court Justice Antonio Carpio called President Rodrigo Duterte's latest statements on the West Philippine Sea not only detrimental to the Philippines’ own interests, but also possible impeachable offenses.

President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday explained why he backed out of the challenge he posed to former Supreme Court Senior AssociateJustice Antonio Carpio that they debate on issues concerning the West Philippine Sea. READ:

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LOOK: #DuterteDuwag  tops Twitter's trending list in the Philippines on Friday, May 7, as President Duterte backs out of a debate with retired Supreme Court justice Antonio Carpio. This comes after the President himself challenged Carpio to a debate on the West Philippine Sea.

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Retired Supreme Court associate justice Antonio Carpio insists the country should always stand up against China's incursions in the West Philippine Sea. READ MORE:

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'RESIGN IMMEDIATELY.' Retired Supreme Court justice Antonio Carpio is taking the verbal tussle with President Rodrigo Duterte to a new level by accepting the debate challenge of the President himself. He also called for Duterte's resignation "to keep his word of honor."

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justice antonio carpio'>Retired Justice Antonio Carpio hits back at President Duterte after saying in last night's speech he never promised he would retake West PH Sea: "There is a term for that - grand estafa or grand larceny. Making a false promise to get 12 million votes." | via @liannami 

#DuterteDuwag tops Twitter Philippine trends after the President taps his spokesman to debate with retired Senior Associate justice Antonio Carpio. Duterte earlier this week dared Carpio to a face-off on the West PH Sea issue. | via @jamainepunzalan 

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President Rodrigo Duterte asked retired Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio if UN can order China to surrender sea claims. Here is Justice Carpio's response: | @T2TupasINQ 

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JUST IN: Retired Supreme Court senior associate justice Antonio Carpio and retired justice and Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales file via email the 11th petition against the anti terror law. They are joined in this petition by UP Law Professors | @liannami 

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