Lawmakers threaten to scrap Php900 million drug fund

Lawmakers threaten to scrap Php900 million drug fund

MANILA, Philippines - Several individuals from Congress yesterday communicated shock over the demise of more than 60 tranquilizers suspects in the pre

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MANILA, Philippines – Several individuals from Congress yesterday communicated shock over the demise of more than 60 tranquilizers suspects in the previous two days, including a Grade 11 student in the City of Caloocan.

They undermined to scrap the proposed P900-million anti-drug war augmentation fund for the Philippine National Police (PNP) for one year from now, dreading it may be utilized to execute more drug addicts.

“The killings have become brazen. The police claimed that the young Caloocan student fired a gun at them, but this is not what the barangay CCTV (closed-circuit television) footage shows,” Rep. Gary Alejano of gathering list bunch Magdalo said.

Alejano said cops keep on taking the law into their own hands for the sake of President Duterte’s drug war.

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“The President says that he adores Filipinos, he cherishes the nation. Stop the deception; he is wanton,” Alejano said.

The previous Marine commander encouraged cops to oppose any unlawful request from Duterte, for example, murdering drug suspects.

“You serve and secure the Filipino individuals. That is your pledge. You are not the private armed force of Duterte. He is not President forever. If it’s not too much trouble recollect that you are not just murdering the suspects, you are likewise executing our majority rules system simultaneously,” Alejano said.

He likewise approached the general population “to criticize this unfeeling arrangement of slaughtering as much as we censure unlawful medications and defilement in government.”


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