Those who are expecting this Supreme Court to overturn Neri v. Senate should wake up. It will never happen.
In a 10-4 decision, the Supreme Court upheld executive privilege, this time on the issue of JPEPA. This decision (not yet available online) comes right after the same court dismissed the case Suplico v. NEDA.
According to the news report, Chief Justice Reynato Puno dissented once again, citing that the public has the right to know.
So what is next for us? Will comment on this when the decision is online. As for me, JPEPA is a treaty, and all its annexes (except for security-related ones) should be open for scrutiny. So is this regime hiding something, again?