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Feb. 19, 20 | 5:04 pm

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Kapamilya actor Joshua Garcia and actress Janella Salvador led the #StarMagicStandsWithABSCBN campaign on Instagram.

The talent arm of ABS-CBN began uploading photos of Garcia and Salvador and other artists yesterday where they wore white shirts and had a ribbon pinned on it that represents the color of the network – red, blue, and green.

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Today, they uploaded photos of other artists like Eric Santos, Iñigo Pascual, Jericho Rosales, and among others.

Every photo bears the hashtag #StarMagicStandsWithABSCBN and #InTheServiceOfTheFilipino.

The campaign of the talent arm started after the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) asked the Supreme Court to issue a gag order on the network on the quo warranto case that it is facing.

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The “Very Urgent Motion for Issuance of Gag Order” stemmed on Wednesday when they alleged that the network had a propaganda campaign against the government.

ABS-CBN is given ten days to comment on the quo warranto petition and five days on the gag order issue.

Their franchise is set to expire on March 30, 2020.

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