“Thank you VP Leni! Chel Diokno praises Robredo: Your report confirms that this regime isn’t serious in fighting illegal drugs.

“Thank you VP Leni! Chel Diokno praises Robredo: Your report confirms that this regime isn’t serious in fighting illegal drugs.




Back from the grave so to speak, Otso Diretso erstwhile senatorial candidate Chel Diokno made himself public again in support of her partymate Vice President Leni Robredo.

Diokno, a human rights lawyer he praises the Vice President for her truthful report regarding the war on drugs being waged by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.



The avalanche of criticisms from the allies of the President as to the result of the report as shown by Robredo is a clear manifestation that this administration is not serious in addressing the illegal drug problem of the country.


Atty. Chel Diokno and Vice President Leni Robredo
(photo credit to owner)


“Thank you VP Leni for speaking the truth about the War on Drugs. Your report confirms that this regime isn’t serious in fighting illegal drugs.


Its real goal is to replace the rule of law with the law of force, and to subjugate our people with State-sponsored fear & violence,” said Diokno in a tweet.




Early this month the Vice President released a report regarding her assessment of the Duterte administration and has given it 1/100 and has graded the current policy of the  administration as a “massive failure.”


"Malinaw na malinaw na ayon mismo sa opisyal na datos, sa kabila ng lahat ng Pilipinong pinatay at lahat ng perang ginasta, hindi lumampas sa 1 porsyento ang naipit natin sa supply ng shabu at sa perang nakita mula sa droga," VP Robredo said


"Isipin na lang natin kung exam ito. Magiging iskor ng ating pamahalan ay 1 over 100," she added.







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