THE PETITION filed before the Supreme Court (SC) by Ilocos Norte Governor Imelda Josefa “Imee” R. Marcos for the release of six provincial employees from detention by the House of Representatives has been re-raffled after Justices assigned inhibited from the case. Theodore O. Te, assistant court administrator and chief of the SC public information office, said the move simply means the case will be transferred to another division. “Walang ibang ginawa, walang ibang implication (Nothing else was acted upon, there is no other implication),” Mr. Te said. The case of the so-called “Ilocos 6” has prompted a legal squabble between the House of Representatives and the Court of Appeals after the House committee on good government disregarded the latter’s issuance of a release order on the provincial employees. — Mario M. Banzon