Larry Gadon questions legality of 33-year-old law renaming MIA to NAIA

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MANILA, Philippines — As a concerned citizen, voter and taxpayer, lawyer Lorenzo “Larry” Gadon has asked the Supreme Court to nullify a 33-year-old law renaming the Manila International Airport to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

While there is the hierarchy of courts — meaning initiating the original action before the lower courts before going up to the appellate courts and eventually the Supreme Court — the high court in several instances have disregarded the hierarchy and acted on extraordinary writs.

His petition, he said, is one of the first impressions and raises issues that are “novel in nature.”

“The subject matter of this petition is of transcendenta…

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