4 months Drilon rejects ‘resurrection’ of anti-subversion law Inquirer
MANILA, Philippines — Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon on Tuesday rejected the suggestion to restore the law criminalizing subversion. Drilon said that the anti-subversion law, which he described as “a tool to harass,” is “prone to abuse” and “undermined” some basic constitutional rights, such as the right to freedom of assembly and association. “The anti-subversion […] The post Drilon rejects ‘resurrection’ of anti-subversion law appeared first on Inquirer News. ... more