2 cases filed in Palace vs Ombudsman probers

2 cases filed in Palace vs Ombudsman probers

Office of the Ombudsman officials investigating President Duterte and his family’s bank transactions allegedly amounting to more than a billion pesos are facing possible ouster from the antigraft agency after two administrative complaints were filed against them in Malacañang on Tuesday.

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Palace warns Ombudsman not to be part of demolition job vs Duterte

Palace warns Ombudsman not to be part of demolition job vs Duterte

Malacañang on Tuesday warned the Office of the Ombudsman not to be party to any demolition job against President Rodrigo Duterte as it bared that the anti-graft agency was now showing its “true political color.” The Office of the Ombudsman has launched an investigation based on the complaint of Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV that the President had amassed over a billion pesos worth of unexplained wealth.

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It’s Duterte vs Ombudsman

It’s Duterte vs Ombudsman

The Office of the Ombudsman remains unfazed by President Duterte’s threat to create a commission that would probe supposed corruption in the antigraft agency and insisted it would continue its own investigation of the President and his family.

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AMLC denies releasing info on Duterte bank records

The Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) has denied releasing information on any of President Rodrigo Duterte’s bank records, said to be the basis of an investigation by the Office of the Ombudsman on his family’s wealth.

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Trillanes to issue waiver on ‘foreign bank accounts’

President Duterte and Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV:Who is telling the truth? —INQUIRER PHOTO

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, accused by President Rodrigo Duterte of hiding money in bank accounts overseas, is issuing a waiver for the foreign bank accounts he supposedly owns.

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Ombudsman has not received AMLC report on Duterte transactions

Ombudsman has not received AMLC report on Duterte transactions

The Office of the Ombudsman clarified on Sunday that it had not yet received a validation from the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) regarding the alleged flagged bank transactions of President Rodrigo Duterte.

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SC probe on judge in Duterte narco list gets no hand from AMLC

The Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) has snubbed the request of the Supreme Court for details on the bank accounts of one of the judges publicly named by President Rodrigo Duterte last year as involved in illegal drugs.

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Court won’t lift subpoena to AMLC in Jinggoy Estrada case

Court won’t lift subpoena to AMLC in Jinggoy Estrada case

The Sandiganbayan has rejected the Anti-Money Laundering Council’s (AMLC) request to lift the subpoena requiring it to submit various documents sought by detained former Sen. Jinggoy Estrada to refute the pork barrel scam allegations.

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Sandigan denies AMLC bid to junk subpoena on Napoles’ bank accounts

The Sandiganbayan has denied for lack of merit the bid of the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) to junk the subpoena the court issued on the bank transactions of accused pork barrel scam mastermind Janet-Lim Napoles in the plunder case of former senator Jinggoy Estrada.

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