In her petition, she asked the SC to stop the President and his allies from gathering personal information about her life.
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Duterte has accused De Lima of an affair with her driver, Ronnie Dayan.
De Lima's petition read: “The verbal attacks on petitioner’s womanhood and threats on her person are not covered by presidential immunity from suit because they are not official acts of a President.”
“They constitute unlawful, unofficial conduct that have nothing to do with the President’s duties and responsibilities,” she added.
She added audio and video files of Duterte attacking her in her petition.
She said the president's actions goes against the Magna Carta on Women and the Ethical Code of Conduct of Government Officials and Employees.
De Lima asks SC to stop Duterte from spying on her, delete all data they found on her Reviewed by FNPH Correspondent on Monday, November 07, 2016 Rating: