Atty. Garcia: gov’t officials mandated to attend hearings if ‘in aid of legilsation’

#Agenda | Former dean of PLM College of Law Atty. George Garcia explains a government official can be mandated to attend a Congress inquiry as long as it is in "aid of legislation." This comes as Pres. Duterte threatens to stop Cabinet officials from attending the Senate Blue Ribbon hearings.

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Rep. Meeks Reacts To Sec. Blinken’s Testimony, Previews Future Hearings

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chair, Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY), joined Stephanie Ruhle to respond to Monday’s fiery hearing with Secretary of State Antony Blinken about the White House’s handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal. He criticizes Republicans for "the yelling and the screaming," and shares details about future hearings with officials from administrations dating back to the start of the war 20 years ago.

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Rep. Meeks Reacts To Sec. Blinken’s Testimony, Previews Future Hearings

Court terminology to be simplified, remote hearings to be allowed under proposed changes

A Bill that proposes changes to Singapore’s civil and criminal justice system has been read for a second time in parliament. Amendments include simplifying court terminology and giving courts the power to order parties to attempt an amicable resolution to their disputes. The Bill will also enact a permanent framework for hearings to be conducted remotely. Also discussed — an amendment that allows the Attorney-General to intervene in court proceedings to fulfil his duty as a guardian of public interest.

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Many wait for justice as alleged 9/11 planners face pretrial hearings

Fox News correspondent Lucas Tomlinson has the latest on the pretrial hearings live from Gitmo on ‘Special Report’ #FoxNews #SpecialReport

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Hearings focus on evidence in case against alleged 9/11 plotters

After a day of closed, classified sessions, the pretrial for five alleged 9/11 plotters resumes today. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge joins "CBSN AM" from Guantanamo Bay to talk more about what is happening in the courtroom, and how 9/11 families are preparing to commemorate 20 years since the attacks.

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Hearings focus on what evidence can be used against alleged 9/11 attack plotters

The self-described architect of the 9/11 attacks and four other terror suspects gathered in a Guantanamo Bay courtroom as pretrial hearings continue. Some questioning focused on the judge in the case. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge joins "CBSN AM" from the site known as Camp Justice with the latest.

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Guantanamo Bay pre-trial hearings for alleged 9/11 plotters resume after procedural delay

After over 500 days of delay, pre-trial hearings for the five men accused of aiding 9/11 hijackers kicked off Tuesday at Guantanamo Bay. Catherine Herridge has the latest from inside the pretrial hearing.

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