Alejano calls for disclosure of Duterte’s wellbeing status
Magdalo party-list Representative Gary Alejano on Sunday called for the disclosure of President Rodrigo Duterte’s health status.
Alejano made the call amid the President’s repeat remarks about his being tire and his plan of resigning from office.
“This is not the first time we hear from the President that he wants to resign.
More often, we would also hear from his speeches rants over being tire and
experiencing illnesses due to old age,” Alejano said in a statement.
“People, in general, has the privilege to know the well-being status of the President,” he included.
Police Authorities to join charge gathering
In a discourse in Malacañang on August 14, Duterte told the military and police authorities
amid the joint charge gathering on August 7 that he is wanting to venture down.
“‘Folks, I need you to realize that I am considering venturing down on the grounds that
I’m warn out. While I am not irate against anyone, my pursuit against unite and debasement
is by all accounts unending. It has defiled all administration divisions and workplaces,” Duterte said.
Alejano, who is a staunch pundit of Duterte, brought up that the President’s well-being involves open intrigue.
He similarly said the Constitution gives that the general population ought to educate about the President’s wellbeing if there should arise an occurrence of genuine ailment.
“A great deal is concerned on the weakening strength of the President. His long nonattendances from the general population eye notwithstanding amid vital occasions raise theories on the soundness of Duterte,” Alejano said.
Duterte would lean towards junta
In making proclamations about leaving, Duterte said he would lean toward a junta takeover as opposed to sacred progression.
Be that as it may, Alejano said that the Constitution to seen as respects progression, and the military help to remember this.
“I assume that the Armed Forces of the Philippines is an expert association. Our warriors promised to take after the Constitution and the laws of the land.”
“I trust that anyway Duterte needs to push the possibility of a military junta, this would not occur in light of the fact that this isn’t what is rever in the Constitution. The military knows and comprehends this exceptionally well,” Alejano said.