Sabah arbitral ruling tackled anew
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Foreign Affairs Secretary Enrique Manalo on Wednesday assured lawmakers that he will look into the legal implications of the recent decision of a French arbitral court to the country’s sovereignty claim over Sabah. “We are aware of the award, well first because we have a standing claim to Sabah. That is there in the Constitution,” Manalo said when asked for his opinion over the arbitral ruling during the Commission on Appointments’ deliberation for his and other government officials’ ad interim appointment.
Garner, J. (2022, September 29). Sabah arbitral ruling tackled anew. Daily Tribune, pp. A1, A6.
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