Inquirer's Randy David believes ‘Rev Gov’ was hatched because they don't want Robredo to succeed as President.

Inquirer's Randy David believes ‘Rev Gov’ was hatched because they don't want Robredo to succeed as President.


Randy David is at it again, making presumptions against the current sitting president whom he has been criticizing more frequently.

He believes the call of the small group of Pro-Duterte supporters for a revolutionary government is directly connected to the rumors that the health of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is beginning to deteriorate.

In his Philippine Daily Inquirer column (Aug. 23), he interprets it as the People’s Coalition for Revolutionary Government and Charter Change do not want Vice President Leni Robredo to lead the country in the event Duterte becomes incapacitated.

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“Today, my sense is that some quarters are pushing it not so much to install federalism by shortcut as to manage a crisis of succession in the face of Mr. Duterte’s rumored declining health,” he said.

“It is clear that some people would do anything to eliminate Vice President Leni Robredo from the line of succession,” David added.

People’s Coalition for Revolutionary Government and Charter Change recently posted in social media appealing to Duterte to head a revolutionary government under a new Constitution until December 31, 2021.

The letter was signed by Bobby Brillante, who has the title, national coordinator for Revolutionary Government Committee, and by lawyer Francisco “Arlene” Buan, national spokesperson, of the Mayor Rodrigo Roa Duterte National Executive Coordinating Committee.

David in his column reminded the advocates of revolutionary government as the same scenario during a similar crisis of succession in 1983, when former President Ferdinand Marcos was hounded by reports of declining health.

“A reminder to the advocates of RevGov: You can’t breathe new life to a tyranny that is drowning in its own corruption and incompetence. You can’t throw away an existing constitution without the explicit approval of the people and the tacit consent of the military,” David said.




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