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(From Philippine Daily Inquirer)
Byline: Blanche S. Rivera
THE SO-CALLED "Brat Pack" in the House of Representatives that initiated the impeachment complaint against Chief Justice Hilario Davide Jr. has found
unlikely allies in two Catholic religious leaders who called for an end to loose talk in politics.
El Shaddai leader Mike Velarde said the Brat Pack deserved the respect of the public.
Fr. Romeo Intengan, provincial superior of the Jesuit group Society of Jesus, said such branding especially among government officials would not help find a solution to the impasse between Congress and the Supreme Court. …