The Supreme Court (SC) has ordered the government to comment on the petition seeking to nullify the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Law (TRAIN Law).
At a press conference Tuesday, the high court's information chief, Atty. Theodore Te, said the respondents have been given 10 days to submit their comment on the consolidated petitions.
Two petitions have been filed against TRAIN Law, which have been consolidated by the high court.
The first petition was filed by ACT Teachers Party-List Rep. Antonio Tinio, Bayan Muna Rep. Carlos Zarate, and Anakpawis Rep. Ariel "Ka Ayik" Casilao assisted by the Natio...
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