List: 26 OSG lawyers who joined Calida in filing quo warranto case against ABS-CBN

The Office of the Solicitor-General (OSG) went all in on attacking ABS-CBN Corporation, which President Rodrigo Duterte perceived to be his enemy over various personal issues.

In fact, the OSG, led by Solicitor-General Jose Calida, fielded a total of 26 Assistant Solicitor-Generals.

The following lawyers joined Calida in signing the 63-page petition filed on February 10:

1. Assistant Solicitor General Renan E. Ramos
2. Assistant Solicitor General Ma. Antonia Edita C. Dizon
3. Assistant Solicitor General Marissa B. dela Cruz-Galandines
4. Assistant Solicitor General Bernard G. Hernandez
5. Assistant Solicitor General Vida G. San Vicente
6. Assistant Solicitor General Jose Emmanuel F. Madamba
7. Assistant Solicitor General Rex Bernardo L. Pascual
8. Assistant Solicitor General Magtanggol M. Castro
9. Assistant Solicitor General Eric Remigio O. Panga
10. Assistant Solicitor General Ellaine Rose A. Sanchez-Corro
11. Assistant Solicitor General Maria Cielo G. Se-Rondain
12. Assistant Solicitor General Thomas M. Laragan
13. Assistant Solicitor General Anna Esperanza R. Solomon
14. Assistant Solicitor General Myrna N. Agno-Canuto
15. Assistant Solicitor General Derek R. Puertollano
16. Assistant Solicitor General Hermes L. Ocampo
17. Assistant Solicitor General Nyriam Susan S. Hernandez
18. Assistant Solicitor General Raymund I. Rigodon
19. Assistant Solicitor General Maria Hazel V. Acantilado
20. Assistant Solicitor General Angeita V. Miranda
21. Assistant Solicitor General Alexander S. Salvador
22. Assistant Solicitor General Peñafrancia C. Carpio Devesa
23. Assistant Solicitor General Joseph L. Guevarra
24. Assistant Solicitor General Maria Victoria V. Sardillo
25. Assistant Solicitor General Diana C. de Vera
26. Assistant Solicitor General Gilbert U. Medrano

Assistant Solicitor General Marissa Macaraig-Guillen did not sign because she was on leave. Assistant Solicitor General Henry S. Angeles was also listed, but his signature was not affixed without any reason indicated.

The agency, which describes itself as “an independent and autonomous office” representing the government, has at least 30 Assistant Solicitor-Generals, which means it deployed nearly all of its division heads.

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