Inday Sara slams de Lima for ‘honesty’ requirement statement

Inday Sara slams de Lima for ‘honesty’ requirement statement




Opposition and detained senator Leila De Lima is really making some noise nowadays most especially when the elections is just around the corner.
The Presidential daughter herself, Davao Mayor and Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP) founding chair Sara Duterte-Carpio slams De Lima for chiding her when she made a statement regarding Honesty being a requirement for senatorial candidates in the elections.
Davao City Mayor Inday Sara and detained senator Leila de Lima (photo credit to MB)


“If I am an example of what is wrong and what could be worse for our government, you just described yourself as well,” Duterte told De Lima in a statement.
Sara called De Lima as the worst as she was “intelligent and dumb  – all in one head.”
“But you are dumb as well, for attacking me without reading the entire transcription of my statement and comprehending what I said,” the Presidential daughter said.
“Ang sabi ko, hindi ang opposition ang magsasabi kung ano dapat ang isang kandidato at hindi issue ang honesty dahil hindi yan requirement para ka maging kandidato ,” the mayor added.
(What I said was it will not be the opposition which will say what a candidate should be, and that honesty was really not a requirement for any candidate.)
The fiery mayor then challenged lady senator de Lima to “make a law adding honesty as a requirement for all Filipinos before they can run for public office.”
 “You are a senator – honesty about you involvement in the illegal drugs business under scrutiny by the courts” the Davao mayor quickly notes.
“Maybe then you can save the government from yourself, Inday Sara, Leni, Digong, Panelo, Alejano, Hilbay, and the all the de Limas of the universe,” she added.



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