The Supreme Court (SC) is yet to determine if a disqualification case against Sen. Grace Poe will be decided during its Baguio summer session or earlier.
The SC en banc is set to issue a resolution setting the Baguio summer session on April 3 until April 23.
From the original date of March 28 until April 15 for the summer session, the SC en banc has decided to move it to a new date in view of High Court’s preparation for the 4th Asean Chief Justices Meeting (ACJM) to be held in Vietnam this year.
The ACJM is aimed at building a Judiciary Cooperation Framework.
In the Baguio summer session, the SC is expected to rule on cases that were not resolved in the Manila summer sessions.
Oral arguments in the case of Poe were already terminated on Tuesday night and the parties were ordered to file their respective memoranda within five days.