Independence Day speech
Protesters quickly disturbed the Independence Day program at Cavite as President Rodrigo Duterte was going to begin his speech.
Ten individuals from the aggressor assemble Bayan Southern Tagalog yelled “Hunyo a-measurements, Huwad na kalayaan, Duterte, traydor Duterte, patalsikin.”
Police quickly grabbed the protestors.
The President told the police “to simply manage them calmly and with most extreme resilience.”
“Hayaan mo lang. It’s right to speak freely. You can have it. I will comprehend,” he said.
Duterte, who was going to begin his speech, said what the protestors did was a piece of “the right to speak freely.
“Our Constitution ensures flexibility of the press, opportunity of get together and free articulation,” he said.
“We can’t concur constantly for all seasons,” he included.”We may not see each other, in any event there is a shared factor amongst us, and that is love for our nation. It’s not possible for anyone to ever address ang pagmamahal ko sa bayan.”
Duterte’s participation at the Independence Day ceremonies here was his first time to lead the festival as President after he skipped a year ago’s customs at the Rizal Park in Manila.
“This is my first time to be with you. Maraming salamat. It’s a significant privilege,” he said.