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Duterte To Confer Highest Civil Service Award On Miriam Defensor Santiago

Sunday 2 December 2018

 

From Philippines news outlet the Panay News:

 

Miriam Defensor Santiago
Miriam Defensor Santiago
 

Duterte to confer highest civil service award on Miriam Defensor Santiago

By Adrian Stewart Co
Saturday, December 1, 2018
© 2018 Panay News Philippines. All Rights Reserved.

MANILA – The late senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago is set to be bestowed by President Rodrigo Duterte with the Quezon Service Cross next Monday, the Malacañang said.

The departed Ilongga senator will become the sixth recipient of the citation after she was nominated by President Duterte before the Congress last year.

“Santiago inspired generations of Filipinos to aspire for excellence and remain steadfast against any challenge and adversity,” Duterte said. “She used her considerable talents for the service of the people and our nation while exhibiting remarkable passion, courage, and integrity.”

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Santiago became the first Filipino to be elected as judge of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Hague, Netherlands in 2011. She stepped down from the post in 2014 due to chronic fatigue syndrome.

 

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