Isko defends Duterte's drug war, calls out Robredo as "unfair"

Isko defends Duterte's drug war, calls out Robredo as "unfair"




The hardworking Mayor of Manila has something to say regarding the report issued by Vice President Leni Robredo describing the drug war of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte a “massive failure.”

Moreno calls it unfair to generalize the whole situation, most specially for the men who are doing the ground work.



"Unfair naman 'yun sa enforcement unit who are putting their lives on the line confronting this ready-to-kill individual," Moreno said.

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(That's unfair to enforcement units who are putting their lives on the line confronting this ready-to-kill individual.)
"Nilalagay nila sarili nila sa alanganin then you'll hear these type of statements. Alanganin lang, hindi lang ako kumportable," he added.
(They are putting their lives on the line then you'll here these types of statements. It's off-putting, I'm just not comfortable with it.)


The Vice President issued a report of the current administration’s drug war after being with Inter-Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs (ICAD)as co-chair for just 18 days, she was fired by Duterte for alleged missteps, including a meeting with UN officials supposedly critical of the campaign. 
The Manila mayor also defended the Chief Executive by saying that only Duterte who really confronted head on the drug problem and even went after the drug syndicates.


"We have to give an 'A' for the effort kasi hindi 'yan biro. Ang lalim ng droga, noong panahon pa ng dekada '80 lumala 'yan," he said.

(We have to give an 'A' for the effort because that's no joke. The drug war is deep, it worsened back in the '80s.)
On the city of Manila alone, 164 of Manila's 896 barangays have been declared drug-free by authorities since he took office. 
"Ni ultimo ga-kulangot na droga walang itinitinda d'yan sa barangay. Panatag, especially may implementation pa nung other peace and order law nahihirapan, sumisikip ang mundo nitong mga illegal or bad elements in the society," he said.
(Even a small amount of drugs you can't find being sold in the barangay. We feel assured, especially since there's implementation of other peace and order laws, the world of these bad elements is shrinking, they're having a tough time.)










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