Trillanes Apologizes To Cayetano
Ringo | On 19, Sep 2016
Senator Antonio Trillanes released a statement apologizing to his colleague Alan Peter Cayetano for his misdemeanor last Thursday.
The letter, which is addressed directly to Cayetano is intended to apologize for his actions last Thursday.
Cayetano cried foul against the actions of Trillanes resulting to clash. It was caught on camera that Trillanes won’t let him talk. It even came to the point that he turned Cayetano’s microphone off.
“This is to express my apologies for my demeanor last Thursday’s hearing of the Committee on Justice and Human Rights. It was brought about because of the intense passion and emotion of the moment. Nonetheless, it was uncalled for,” said Trillanes.
The copies of the letter were also sent to Senate President Koko Pimentel and Chairperson of the Senate Committee on Justice and Human Rights Leila De Lima.
The clash forced De Lima to suspend the hearing. Cayetano and Trillanes were heard arguing with the former noting that people also voted for him. When the session returned, she explained why she cut Cayetano, but he butt it. Trillanes then turned the microphone off.