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    VP Leni calls for unity in fight vs. terrorism

    Vice President Leni Robredo on Wednesday said it is important that the country has a united front against terrorism. In a radio interview, VP Leni said the fight against such forces must know no political color, and must not be used in pitting alliances against each other.

    “[M]ahalaga sa ganitong laban iyong pagkakaisa nating mga Pilipino… Kapag sinabi naman terroristic activities, wala ditong pulitika. Kahit anong kulay mo sa pulitika, kailangang labanan talaga ito kasi ito iyong makakasama talaga—hindi lang sa security natin, pero iyong kabuuang future ng ating bansa,” she told Bombo Radyo Isabela.

    The Vice President noted that the administration must ensure that it is able to convey that the Philippines, in particular its government, does not condone acts of terrorism. “Iyong lahat pong mga moves ng ating pamahalaan para isikwal (itakwil) iyong kaguluhan, para isikwal iyong mga illegal activities, para isikwal iyong terroristic activities, sang-ayon po tayo,” she said.

    “Iyong pagbibigay ng mensahe na iyong lahat na terroristic activities ay hindi welcome dito sa atin, tingin ko po mahalaga na iyong mensaheng iyon, mapaabot ng ating pamahalaan,” she added.

    VP Leni issued the comment in light of President Rodrigo Duterte declaring the Communist Party of the Philippines and the New People’s Army as terrorist groups, following the cancellation of peace negotiations. According to Malacañang, the order was issued “in view of the violent acts of the CPP-NPA,” saying it has sowed fear among the people.

    “[A]no ba iyong definition ng terorista? Iyong terorista iyong naghahasik ng lagim na wala namang dahilan. Iyong terorista iyong nampapatay pati ng mga sibilyan. Nangingikil. Iyong sa akin po, kung iyong ginagawa ng New People’s Army ay mga terroristic activities, nararapat lamang na ideklara na terorista,” she said.

    Posted in Press Releases on Dec 06, 2017