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    VP Leni: Duterte’s RevGov threat ‘irresponsible,’ against oath to protect Constitution

    ‘Hindi puwedeng dahil nag-alburoto ka, tatakutin mo ang taumbayan’
    VP Leni: Duterte’s RevGov threat ‘irresponsible,’ against oath to protect Constitution

    BOHOL — Vice President Leni Robredo on Friday said it was irresponsible for President Rodrigo Duterte to threaten to declare a revolutionary government, in response to calls for caution over his pronouncements and orders.

    VP Leni said Duterte’s remarks, made Thursday night, was “surprising” given that he is a lawyer, and should be well-versed about his duties under the Constitution—which he swore to protect as President.

    “Iyong pagdedeklara ng revolutionary government, hindi siya naaayon sa Konstitusyon. Kaming dalawa, pareho kaming nanumpa na ipagtatanggol namin ang Konstitusyon ng Republika ng Pilipinas. Kapag nagdeklara siya ng revolutionary government, ang gusto ba nitong sabihin, inaabandona niya iyong kaniyang pinanumpaan,” she told reporters in Bohol, following the launch of the Ahon Laylayan Koalisyon.

    Robredo underscored that the gravity of holding public office calls for officials to be prudent with their pronouncements, and not to resort to tantrums, in the face of criticisms. She raised concern, in particular, over the President warning that his critics would be jailed and tagged as “rebels,” “criminals,” or “drug suspects.”

    “Kailangan kasing alalahanin hindi lang ng Pangulo, hindi lang ako, pero iyong lahat na naglilingkod sa bayan, na marami talagang pagsubok iyong pinasok namin na trabaho. Maraming kahirapan, maraming mga frustrations, pero iyong pagsagot sa mga pagsubok at kahirapan, dapat within constitutional means,” she said.

    “Hindi puwedeng dahil, parang, nag-alburoto ka, parang tatakutin iyong taumbayan sa isang paraan na hindi constitutional,” she added. “Tingin ko hindi ito responsable na response dahil kami, pagpasok namin sa ganitong trabaho, pagsumpa namin na aayusin namin iyong aming mandato, kabahagi na nito iyong kahirapan. Dapat handa kaming harapin iyong lahat na kahirapan.”

    Posted in Press Releases on Apr 05, 2019