Senator Aquino to face Duterte Admin
Senator Bam Aquino has approach the organization of President Rodrigo Duterte to battle for the nation’s welfare
following reports of China’s consistent militarization in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea).
“Ipaglaban naman natin ang talagang atin, China attacked undisputed Philippine waters and introduced rockets,” he said in
an announcement on Saturday.
As a result China has just introduce hostile to dispatch voyage rockets and surface-to-air rocket frameworks on
Kagitingan, Zamora, and Panganiban reefs which are being assert by the Philippines.
“Gawain ba ‘yan ng isang kaibigan? Kumilos naman tayo para sa kinabukasan ng bansa at
ng mga Pilipino,” he said.
The resistance congressperson likewise pushed for the gathering of the National Security Council. he included that
he additionally had recorded a Senate determination requiring a test into China’s establishment of rocket frameworks
in the Kagitingan, Zamora and Panganiban reefs.
Duterte to NSC expectation
“We bolster the meeting of the NSC and expectation the President tunes in to our security specialists,” he said.
Hence President Rodrigo Duterte is sending mixed signals on his fight against corruption with his practice of reappointing people
accused of anomalies in government, Sen. Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV said on Monday.
Meanwhile Aquino, who is a member of the Liberal Party and belongs to the Senate minority bloc, said that Duterte’s “recycling” of officials
after being involved in anomalies showes a “double standard” on his part.
“The president is sending mixed messages again, this time on the issue of corruption,” Aquino said in a statement Aquino’s cousin,
former President Benigno Aquino III, was also criticized for seeming to protect members of his Cabinet who had been accused of
corruption or of incompetence.
“There is a clear double standard in the continuous recycling of officials involved in anomalies such as Nicanor Faeldon, Jason
Aquino and others,” Aquino said in Filipino.