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The PCGG filed the complaint for reconveyance, revision, accounting, restitution, and damages for ill-gotten wealth against the Marcoses and their cronies on July 31, 1987.
In a July 4 ruling deciding on the petition for review of the PCGG officials, the COA stood firm on its earlier decision to disallow the disbursements, since they were not authorized by the Office of the President.
The Court held that the Office of the Ombudsman did not err in dismissing the complaint for violation of the provisions of Republic Act 3019, or the Anti-Graft and Corruption Practices Act, filed by the PCGG against PNB directors in 1968, namely Enrile, Roberto Benedicto, Antonio Diaz, Ismael Reinoso, Simeon Miranda, Renato Tayag, Juan Trivinio, Cesar E.A.
"PCGG will abide by the instructions of the Office of the President and coordinate with all agencies concerned to ensure that the disposal will be in accordance with law and established rules," he added.
The committee is conducting a hearing on bills proposing to strengthen the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) by, among other things, abolishing the PCGG and the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel (OGCC) and their respective powers and functions transferred to the OSG.
"They are being auctioned now that the PCGG has received rulings from the Supreme Court that they are public properties or ill-gotten wealth of the former president.
The Republic and the PCGG moved to dismiss the interpleader, arguing that they are entitled to sovereign immunity under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976 (FSIA) [28 U.S.C.
The PCGG, created shortly after the 1986 "People Power" revolution toppled Marcos, aims to retrieve any wealth the Marcos family and its cronies obtained wrongfully.
The COA-Commission Proper released its decision on the petition for review filed by PCGG officials Richard Amurao, Vicente Gengos Jr., Maria Luisa Narvades and Efren Bracero.
In a decision on July 4, the COA said seven cases of payouts to PCGG employees during that period were not authorized by then President Benigno Aquino III.
Swift was reacting to the statement of PCGG acting chairman Reynold Munsayac, who on Sunday said the settlement may not be implemented as they failed to secure approval of the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG).
The Court held that the PCGG failed to present documentary evidence and testimonies from witnesses to prove its allegations in the complaint.