Fourth Disqualification Case Filed Against Senator Grace Poe's Citizenship

Another case of disqualification has been filed yesterday November 9, in the Commission on Elections ( Comelec ) against Sen. Grace Poe candidate for president in 2016 .

The fourth disqualification case filed against senator Poe, was filed  yesterday of the former Dean of Law at the University of the East ( UE ) Amado Valdez.

Like the other previous disqualification cases , it also centered on senator Grace Poe 's questionable citizenship , in particular to the requirement that she must have a 10 - year residency in the Philippines for anyone aspiring to be a candidate for President and vice president  of the Philippines.

It Pointed out that, the grounds were sufficient to remove the name of Poe 's candidacy for president in the next 2016 election.

Valdez pointed out the lack of 10 - year residency period of Grace Poe before she can run for the position of presidency.

Valdez also added,  when Poe abandoned her Filipino citizenship even if she was naturally born , there is no way to restore it.

The Comelec has given a 10 - day extension period  for Poe to submit his counter - affidavit in response to the earlier disqualification case filed against her by a fellow presidential candidate Rizalito David.

According to Valenzuela Mayor Rex Gatchalian , spokesperson of Senator Grace Poe, Sen. Poe will answer this suit point per point,” like the rest of earlier petition. They are ready to face all the disqualification cases filed against Poe, and we will prove them wrong.

Senator Grace Poe, is a major candidate for Presidency, survey says that Poe, is the leading candidate that could possibly win if the disqualification cases will be dismiss.

There are no doubt that she is facing controversy upon her citizenship. Fellow candidate and foe in politics will rejoice if she was proven not a Filipino citizen. For now lets wait for further investigation about Grace Citizenship.
source: Abante