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Saying it found as obscene the remarks uttered against a rival religious TV host, the Supreme Court (SC) on Wednesday sustained the three-month suspension imposed on the TV program Ang Dating Daan (ADD) by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB).Four justices, however, warned that the ruling could strike a big blow to freedom of speech, since the penalty could constitute prior restraint.Soriano founded the religious sect ADD, a breakaway group of the Iglesia Ni Cristo sect. Members of the two religious sects have been at odds for years, on and off court. 10, 2004 broadcast, Soriano described Sandoval using obscene and derogatory names.The MTRCB initially slapped Soriano and his program with a 20-day preventive suspension, and later upgraded this to a three-month suspension.The ADD TV program has been given a “G” rating for general viewership.In suspending Soriano’s TV program, the MTRCB cited Sec.In a separate dissenting opinion, Justice Antonio Carpio called the suspension “an unconstitutional prior restraint on freedom of expression” that should not be permitted.
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Most of the hosts of the program are the current ministers of the Iglesia ni Cristo such as Rommell Topacio, Christian Perez, Leonardo Pidlaoan, Jr., Lemuel Solano, and Romil Estrellado.
In October 31, 2012, the program Ang Tamang Daan has returned and continued to INCTV Channel 49 replaced GEMTV.
The dissenters included Chief Justice Reynato Puno.
In a consolidated decision penned by Justice Presbitero Velasco Jr, the 11 majority justices upheld the MTRCB move to suspend ADD after its host, Eliseo Soriano, uttered offensive and obscene remarks against Ang Tamang Daan host Michael Sandoval.
The name of the program is probably meant to be a pun of the name of Ang Dating Daan, which is Tagalog for "The Old Path", with the INC claiming their program, Ang Tamang Daan is "The Right Path".