Justice Department: the De Lima dilemma

First, no offense to the good ma’am. The truth is, this one feels that the country will be in a lot better state if more of the likes of her would get to serve in as much significant posts as she currently holds. There’s Santiago in the senate, Sereno in the judiciary, and then there’s De Lima for the justice department. Of course, the enumeration is by no means demonstrative of their order of importance. It’s just that the writter lacks the facility for simultaneously stating them here. Indeed, also belonging in the list are the Ombudsman (aptly the Ombudswoman) and chief commissioner of the Commission On Audit, with a great deal more, the mention of whom might necessiate the changing the title for this article to “The descendants of Joan Arc”.  Continue reading “Justice Department: the De Lima dilemma”