Monday, November 6, 2017

Ex-VP Binay Nakisawsaw Din Sa Healing Rally Ng Mga Dilawan Kahapon!


Former Vice President Jejomar “Jojo” Binay also joined the several members of the opposition on Sunday during the "healing mass" conducted by the CBCP and the liberal party condenming what they believe as extra-judicial killings under the government’s war on drugs.

Meanwhile, detained Sen. Leila De Lima, one of President Rodrigo Duterte’s staunch critics also showed support for the CBCP’s march and mass through a message.

De Lima denounced the estimated 13,000 drug-related deaths and called for justice citing that healing could only be attained through justice.

For the senator, the government’s war on drugs kills democracy and the nation’s spirit. She said she is angered by the oppression being done by the Duterte regime.

“Sa rehimeng Duterte: Kung patuloy kayong magbubulag-bulagan sa katiwalian sa inyong bakuran at sa pamahalaan, sa mataas na presyo ng bilihin, sa mababang pasahod, at kawalan ng trabaho, magpapatuloy ang salot ng ilegal na droga na bunga ng kahirapan, at bumibiktima sa mahihirap nating kababayan, (To the Duterte regime:  If you continue to turn a blind eye to corruption in your yard and the government, high prices, low wages, and unemployment will continue the scourge of illegal drugs as a result of poverty, and victimize our poor countrymen,” De Lima said.

“Buhayin at buong tapang po nating isulong ang diwa ng EDSA na nagbuklod sa atin noon para mapayapang ipaglaban ang ating mga karapatan at demokrasya, upang ngayon naman ay masimulan ang tuluyang paghilom ng ating bayan, (Let us revive and courageously foster the spirit of EDSA that united us for a peaceful fight for our rights and democracy, so that he now finally start healing our country.” she added.

Malacañang said the Duterte administration does not condone EJKs, adding that it is one with the nation in seeking true "healing" amid the ongoing protest.


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