De Lima slams Paolo Duterte's bid to rename NAIA : Ano na namang kabalbalan ito?

De Lima slams Paolo Duterte's bid to rename NAIA : Ano na namang kabalbalan ito?

Detained senator Leila De Lima slams Presidential son and House Deputy Speaker Paolo Duterte for his act of filing the bill renaming the countrys international gateway to the world from Ninoy Aquino International Airport to  (NAIA) to Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Pilipinas (PPP).
The opposition senator said the intention behind the young Duterte’s bill, House Bill no. 7031 is “plain and simple politics,” as well as “stupidity.”

“Ano na namang kabalbalan ito?The lawmakers pushing for it has a distorted sense of nationalism, if at all. Such a proposal is devoid of any salutary objective,” De Lima said in a statement.
Senator Leila De Lima and House Deputy Speaker Paolo Duterte
(photo credit to owner)

It was Paolo Duterte along with ACT-CIS party-list Rep. Eric Yap and Marinduque Rep. Lord Allan Jay Velasco, filed House Bill 7031 with the intention of renaming NAIA because it needed to be identified with the Philippines.
“NAIA is the international gateway of the Philippines, being the biggest and largest international airport in the country. As such, there is a need to identify the same belonging to the Philippines. Hence, the proposed renaming to ‘Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Pilipinas’,” the bill’s explanatory note read.
The Deputy House Speaker was quoted earlier saying that the name change bears no color, no political agenda.”

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