By Raïssa Robles
All this talk about Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno being forced to take a “wellness leave” – which some equate with ousted President Joseph Estrada’s “constructive resignation” in 2001 – made me trawl through the 1987 Constitution.
Imagine my surprise when I learned that only one top official can be forced to take a wellness leave, not by peers or colleagues, but by subordinates.
Here’s my video blog about it. [READ MORE…]