Guni-guni lang?! : Duterte’s oligarchy claims ‘all made up’ -Kiko Pangilinan

Guni-guni lang?! : Duterte’s oligarchy claims ‘all made up’ -Kiko Pangilinan



Opposition senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan slammed President Rodrigo Roa Duterte over the latter’s claims that he dismantled oligarchs hold in the country even without the declaration of martial law.
In his post in social media he said “oligarchs” is not the main problem of the Filipinos, but at the moment are the threat of the coronavirus, unemployment, and hunger are in need to be addressed.


“The problem of oligarchs is just made up. The closure of ABS-CBN has nothing to do with the greater problem brought by COVID. They just created the problem of oligarchs to deceive the public because the reality is they don’t have good results to show in responding against the spread of COVID-19, hunger and unemployment,” said Pangilinan.


Opposition senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan
(photo credit to owner)

“Which one are we going to believe? The made-up ones or the reality?” he added.
In Jolo, Sulu the President spoke before the soldiers took pride in saying that he has  “dismantling the oligarchy that controlled the economy of the Philippines” without implementing Martial Law.


It was made days after the House of Representatives rejected the new 25 year legislative application of the Lopez-controlled ABS-CBN corporation by a vote of 70-11, all because of the legal violations done by the Kapamilya network.
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque clarified that it was not the Lopezes that the President is referring to but other tycoons namely Lucio Tan, Ayalas, and Manny V. Pangilinan, all of which the President dealt with personally.





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