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Binay, son ask court to let them tour Israel

/ 04:45 AM April 13, 2017
VICE PRESIDENT Jejomar Binay (right) and his son Junjun Binay MARIANNE BERMUDEZ/INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

VICE PRESIDENT Jejomar Binay (right) and his son Junjun Binay MARIANNE BERMUDEZ/INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

Former Vice President Jejomar Binay and son, Jejomar “Junjun” Binay  Jr., are seeking Sandiganbayan permission to visit Israel for a pilgrimage.

Binay, coaccused in a graft case filed against his son, told the antigraft court’s third division the pilgrimage was important because of family and religion.

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The former vice president, his petition said, is “a family man” who “believes that this pilgrimage … is an exceptional case for a devout Catholic.”—DONA PAZZIBUGAN

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