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about 1 month ago

Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio says President Rodrigo Duterte is duty-bound to protect the Scarborough Shoal—which Manila calls Panatag in the South China Sea. The advice comes after Duterte said he cannot stop China from building structures there.

about 1 month ago

Supreme Court Senior Associate Antonio Carpio says President Rodrigo Duterte has a Constitutional duty to defend the disputed shoal, which is part of Philippine territory.

about 1 month ago

Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella said the government is still seeking clarifications from Chinese officials on the matter.

about 1 month ago

Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio says the government should find out what Chinese survey ships were doing in Benham Rise.

about 6 months ago

Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio believes President Duterte will protect the national interest. But he also gives a warning to the president.

about 6 months ago

Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio believes President Rodrigo Duterte will protect the country's interests during his talks with Chinese leaders. But Carpio has both advice and a warning for the President.

about 9 months ago

For experts, fishermen should not venture to Scarborough Shoal until Manila and Beijing sit down and talk. Legal minds believe it will take a while before the issue is finally resolved.

about 9 months ago

The West Philippine Sea is ours – that's what Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio said in a one-on-one interview with CNN Philippines. But Carpio believes the country should not close its doors in dealing with China. He says Manila and Beijing need to sit down and talk about what they can do together and the compromises they may agree on for their mutual benefit.

about 10 months ago

Senior magistrate Antonio Carpio sees three possible scenarios on how the arbitration court will rule on the PH-China maritime case.

about 10 months ago

Although the government believes the country will likely win its maritime case against China, Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio says it is already expected that China will ignore the ruling – all the more reason for the Philippines to think beyond the ruling.