Senator De Lima : Duterte is the 'Biggest Crisis' for PH

Senator De Lima : Duterte is the 'Biggest Crisis' for PH

The Philippines’ “biggest crisis.”
That is how detained senator Leila De Lima described President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on the day of his birthday.
The lady senator is the fiercest critic of the President claims that the nation had enough of Duterte’s dramatics and empty rhetorics that only seek to cover up for his obvious incompetence and lack of governance.

Opposition senator Lela De Lima and President Rodrigo Roa Duterte

"Kung pagod ka na Ginoong Duterte, mag-resign ka na lang. Pagod na pagod na rin ang bansa sa mga drama at kabuktutan mo. "Si Duterte ang pinakamalaking krisis na nangyari at nangyayari sa bansa," she said in her recent written statement.

The President a few days before his birthday was quoted saying that he is tired from solving all the problems of the country and that he is willing to step down even if does not finish his six year term.
"Pagod na ako sa inyo (drug lords and other criminals). Naghahanap lang ako ng lusot. Ke magbarilan tayo...," Duterte said during a campaign sortie recently. "Naghahanap lang ako talaga ng lusot na para makapagpahinga na. Pagod na rin ako."
 Plunged the country into crisis after crisis
De Lima recalls early 2016 the promise given by the president that he will resign if he could not rid the country of illegal drugs in six months, and after 6 months he is still in Malacanang. In a chance interview with the opposition senator she called out Duterte for causing so much misery and chaos to the country by plunging it into crisis after crisis, the gravest of which is the human rights crisis that killed thousands of individuals.

"Crisis after crisis. Puro na lang perwisyo!," 

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