Supreme Court (SC) Associate Justice Teresita de Castro has turned down her designation for Ombudsman post.

In a letter routed to acting Chief Justice and Judicial and Bar Council acting director Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio and whatever remains of the gathering, De Castro, whose profession in taxpayer supported organization ranges 45 years now, said thanks to her endorser, resigned Associate Justice Arturo Brion.

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De Castro was selected by resigned SC relate equity Arturo Brion based on her 45-year government profession.

De Castro, nonetheless, said she expects to keep on serving the Supreme Court until the point that she achieves the necessary time of retirement of 70 for the legal. De Castro will turn 70 on October 8.

She wished the JBC well in its scan for the substitution of resigning Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales. Her letter said that 'in spite of the fact that she is profoundly moved and earnestly moved by, and grateful for, Justice Brion's benevolent underwriting. She laments that she should decrease the suggestion as she wishes to keep serving the Supreme Court until the point that she achieves the mandatory retirement age'. She then included that 'it is her most sincere seek that the scan after commendable chosen people for the following Ombudsman will be effective. She wishes the best in the release of the unavoidably appointed obligations.

Morales, who supplanted the surrendered Merceditas Gutierrez, will bow out of the Office of the Ombudsman in July. The selection and application period for the Ombudsman post finished on Tuesday evening.