Petitioners criticize junking of complaint against Marcos
Martial law victims criticized the Commission on Elections (Comelec) for dismissing their petition on January 17 to disqualify Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in the upcoming elections.
The petitioners asserted that Marcos Jr. is not eligible to run for any public office since he was convicted in 1995 for tax evasion.
In response, the petitioners filed a motion for reconsideration. Aside from the dismissed petition, Marcos Jr. also faces three other disqualification petitions filed before the Comelec.