Duterte: ‘I want to know their opinion on draft federal Charter’
With the administration’s economic managers opposed to the federal Constitution,
President Rodrigo Duterte now wants the people themselves to comment on it so
this improve and then submitted to Congress.
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said Thursday that the Department of the Interior and Local Government would receive the feedback from the people. Comments sent to Roque’s office or the Presidential Communications Operations Office.
“The elected Constitution put together by the 22-part Consultative Committee to audit the 1987 Constitution is a decent draft; the legislature, in any case, and the [committee] are thinking about the remarks all things considered and are available to enhancing the draft government contract. The President will think about the remarks of the general population,” Roque said in a press instructions.