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Byline: Christian V. Esguerra
THE COMPLAINTS just keep coming.
Despite a Supreme Court ruling declaring the Philippine Truth Commission unconstitutional, the five-member body continues to get information on instances of graft and corruption during the previous administration, commissioner Carlos Medina said yesterday.
Medina said the complaints came not only from friends but also from strangers approaching individual commissioners. Some of the cases involved practices at agencies such as the Bureau of Customs and the Department of Public Works and Highways.
They really want the truth to come out, he told the Inquirer. Its not a question of …