PCGG to Testify in Art Theft Case vs. Imelda's Aide

Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) will testify in the art theft and tax fraud case brought against former first lady Imelda Marcos’ former social secretary and confidante in New York, reports Inquirer.net. The PCGG was summoned by the State Supreme Court in Manhattan to testify when the trial of Vilma Bautista, 74,  starts on October 7. She was arrested for trying to sell three valuable artworks, including a Monet masterpiece, which the Philippine government had reported to be part of the Marcos ill-gotten wealth that disappeared after the downfall of the Marcos regime in 1986.