The Source: Rufus Rodriguez

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Lawmakers scrutinize the provisions of Republic Act 10592 or the Good Conduct Time Allowance Law, following the controversy hounding its implementation and the supposed release of high profile inmates or convicts.

The Justice Department suspends the review of all qualified inmates under the GCTA law — even President Rodrigo Duterte weighs in on the possible release of rape-slay convict Antonio Sanchez. How will lawmakers resolve the conflict in the law? Is an amendment enough or should Congress move to abolish it?

We sit down with House Committee Chair on Constitutional Amendments and Author of Good Conduct Time Allowance Law

Rufus Rodriguez.