Representative Umali says PSBank execs may face charges | Inquirer News

Representative Umali says PSBank execs may face charges

/ 09:29 PM February 16, 2012

MANILA, Philippines—If the photocopied document attached by the prosecution to their request for subpoena is proven a faithful reproduction of the original bank record, Philippine Savings Bank executives who testified before the Senate, sitting as an impeachment court, may face charges, a prosecutor said on Thursday.

Oriental Mindoro Representative Reynaldo Umali said that they may lodge complaints against witnesses, PS Bank president Pascual Garcia III and Katipunan branch manager Annabelle Tiongson, who told the impeachment court that the photocopied document was “fake”.

“My credibility as a person, as an elected member of the House of Representatives so I think I have all the reasons. I think under Article 19 of the Civil Code they have a liability, a civil liability at the very least,” Umali said.

He added he did not see any illegality in the document he possessed.

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