Duterte defends his anti-drug war campaign

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President Rodrigo Duterte delivered a speech during the turnover of a drug rehabilitation center in Samal Island on February 24, 2017 (Friday) and defended his administration’s aggressive anti-drug war campaign from the critics of human right advocates.
Photo credits: Inquirer News

“You forgot to look at the other side. How about evil? You’re only focusing on the illegal drug users, relying on due process and human rights. You think that those two basic principles can protect you. Well I’ll tell you, I’m sorry. It cannot,” he said.

The president argued that human rights and due process will not hinder evil. Instead, he said that “there’s no turning back” on his strategies and efforts against illegal drugs because it is his promise to the Filipino people.

“Do not rely on due process and human rights. It won’t pass, we will still see each other in hell,” he said.


Source: Politiko

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1 comment:

  1. Just don't give up Mr. President. We are behind you. Don't succumb to the pressure of the enemies of our government - NPA's DrugLords and most specially, the yellow opposition who are like crocodiles eagerly waiting for the downfall of your administration. I will name a few, Hontiveros, Pangilinan, Drilon, Aquino and Delima who, despite being in jail now, her venom still thick and strong and could reach far away places like New York.

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