Dass Leila De Lima nicht müde wird, gegen Dutertes radikale Drogenpolitik vorzugehen, hat ihn offensichtlich mehr gestört. Gleich zu Beginn. Leila de Lima, Senatorin der Philippinen und Symbolfigur im Kampf gegen Präsident Duterte. (Foto: Bullit Marquez/AP). Die philippinische. Leila de Lima hat sich jahrelang unerschrocken für die Menschenrechte eingesetzt und Dutertes grausamen „Kampf gegen Drogen“ kritisiert. Diese Kampagne.
Leila de LimaDie philippinische Senatorin und Ex-Justizministerin Leila de Lima ist eine entschiedene Gegnerin von Staatschef Rodrigo Duterte und dessen. Leila Magistrado de Lima ist eine philippinische Juristin, Hochschullehrerin und Politikerin. Leila de Lima, Senatorin der Philippinen und Symbolfigur im Kampf gegen Präsident Duterte. (Foto: Bullit Marquez/AP). Die philippinische.
Leila De Lima Navigation menu VideoPhilippines: Fierce critic of president arrested for drugs — A convicted drug lord confirmed under oath that he never met or gave money to Sen. Leila de Lima, contradicting a previous claim that he contributed to her senatorial campaign, her lawyer. Leila de Lima Headlines. DOJ: No retraction of testimony vs De Lima. December 05, Nation. Minority senators join calls for release of Amanda Echanis, baby. December 04, BY: Miggy Dumlao. Leila Norma Eulalia Josefa Magistrado de Lima (born August 27, ) is a Filipino lawyer, human rights activist, politician, and law professor currently serving as a Senator of the Philippines since De Lima is facing 3 drug charges, accused of running the illegal drug trade at the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) supposedly to finance her senate bid. She has denied the allegations, claiming the witnesses against her were coached and the evidence fabricated. Senator Leila M. de Lima advocates for a government that is truly accountable to its people. During these dark and uncertain times when democracy and the rule of law are being trampled upon, she remains an outspoken voice of the opposition. Retrieved October 30, It also contained statements from her supporters from various local and international organizations and personalities. Inquirer Mindanao. Hot Spiele Bread.
But if it is about the truth, they want to muzzle me and ensure that testimonies in favor of my case and my innocence are kept as secrets.
Duterte has been spewing lies about my alleged drug links and has openly and repeatedly prejudged my guilt," De Lima said.
State prosecutors moved to cite De Lima and her lawyer in contempt after the senators' camp shared with the media that the prosecution failed to present Sally Serrano, allegedly a niece of convicted drug lord Peter Co, for the third time.
De Lima's camp had also questioned several changes made in the affidavit of convicted drug lord Jaybee Sebastian, who had died in prison in July allegedly due to COVID It is to deny transparency to the conduct of the trial.
It is to hide from the world the fabrication and manufacturing of evidence and testimony used to convict the innocent.
Lian Buan. What exactly is De Lima being accused of? First case. Second case. Third case. Apart from the conspiracy case, however, De Lima is also facing two drug trade cases.
Both are non-bailable. De Lima said in her motion that she should be granted on the grounds that there is no evidence of conspiracy, strong evidence of her innocence, failure to prove illegal drug trade links, questionable value of testimonies, and that is she not a flight risk.
De Lima was accused of demanding P30 million and 4 vehicles for her senatorial bid from high-profile prisoner Peter Co when she was justice secretary.
Department of Justice prosecutors argued that a certain Jose Adrian "Jad" Dera facilitated the deal, whom the former claimed as De Lima's nephew.
De Lima's alleged violation was conspiracy in relation to Section 5 which penalizes the "sale, trading, administration, dispensation, delivery, distribution and transportation of illegal drugs" and Section 3 jj on drug trading.
She is also in favor of the Paris Agreement , especially since the Philippines is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world when it comes to climate change.
De Lima supports the strong strategic partnership of the United States and the Philippines, calling the Supreme Court's favorable ruling on EDCA as a "much needed boost" to the country's armed forces modernization.
In the disputes of the Philippines with China, specifically the West Philippine Sea, she believes that the best tactic of the Philippines is through the international courts and diplomacy and to push the Hague tribunal ruling as it favors the Philippines.
For the Philippine Rise issue, De Lima reiterates that the territory is within Philippine jurisdiction as it was handed down by an international court to the Philippines back in De Lima was one of the few personalities in government who continued to back the Bangsamoro Basic Law as she believed that Muslim Filipinos have the right to be given such legislation, despite the odds against its passage.
She defended the constitutionality of the Bangsamoro Basic Law against anti-Muslim personalities. On February 22, , senator Leila de Lima announced that she shall launch an e-book, entitled, " Dispatches from Crame I " on February 23, a day before the anniversary of her incarceration.
On February 23, the e-book was officially launched in the Quezon city office of the Philippine Commission on Human Rights. The e-book contained all the statements and letters written by de Lima since she was detained on February 24, It also contained statements from her supporters from various local and international organizations and personalities.
On June 1, , the book of de Lima's spiritual adviser, Fr. The book contained various accounts from different personalities giving their views of and conversations with de Lima during her incarceration.
On August 27, , on the birthday of senator de Lima, she released her second book, entitled, "Fight for Freedom and Other Writings" , which collects her speeches, letters, and notes, as well as letters of support from prominent personalities such as Vice President Leni Robredo, former Hong Kong Legislative Council Member Emily Lau, and Liberal International President Juli Minoves.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In this Philippine name , the middle name or maternal family name is Magistrado and the surname or paternal family name is de Lima.
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