Michael Yang SC petition an attempt to distract Blue Ribbon inquiry — Gordon

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Philstar.com November 26, 2021 | 12:36pm MANILA, Philippines — Sen. Richard Gordon, chair of the Blue Ribbon Committee, said Friday that Michael Yang’s petition to the Supreme Court is a ploy to distract the panel in its investigation into the government’s anomalous deals with Pharmally Pharmaceutical Corp. In a statement on Friday, Gordon said: “Ang pagsampa niya ng kaso sa Korte Suprema ay bahagi ng desperadong tangkang pagpapaikot sa Senate Blue Ribbon Committee na isinasagawa nitong imbestigasyon sa katiwaliang naganap sa gitna ng pandemya.” (His filing of the suit before the Supreme Court…

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