NYC head: Remove scholarships of 'anti-government' students

NYC head: Remove scholarships of 'anti-government' students

This is one bold move that the sitting President can consider.
National Youth Commission chair Ronald Cardema recently called for the revocation of scholarships of “anti-government” students.
In a statement Cardema specified students linked to the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), the New People’s Army (NPA), and the National Democratic Front (NDF).

NYC chair Cardema making the proposal that government scholars who are anti-government should be stripped of their scholarships (photo credit to owner)

“As Chairman of the National Youth Commission, I am requesting our Head of Government, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, to issue an Executive Order removing the government scholarships of all anti-government scholars,” NYC chairvCardema said.
“Specifically those students who are allied with the leftist CPP-NPA-NDF, a terrorist group that is trying to overthrow the Philippine Government and killing our government troops,” he added.

Cardema has also called the help the officials of Sangguniang Kabataan (SK), Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC), Citizen Army Training (CAT), among others to report scholars who are supposedly linked to the CPP, NPA and NDF.

“I am directing all pro-government youth leaders of our country, the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Officials in the barangays, municipalities, cities, & provinces and all the ROTC Officers, CAT Officers, fellow nationalistic student leaders & youth org leaders in schools & communities, to report to the National Youth Commission all government scholars who are known in your area as anti-government youth leaders allied with the leftist CPP-NPA-NDF,” Cardema said.
“It is the duty of every Filipino Youth to become our hope, in strengthening our nation, & to fight those who are trying to crush our Republic,” he added.

NYV Chair Cardema used to head the Duterte Youth group before he was appointed by President Duterte as chair of the NYC in August 2018.

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