Tatay Digong renews call for Filipinos to support Marcos admin

Tatay Digong renews call for Filipinos to support Marcos admin


The last marching orders of former President Rodrigo Roa Duterte before she stepped down from Malacanang was his call to all Filipinos to support the administration of newly-installed President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.

“Let us give all our support to the new administration. Tulungan natin sila. Tulungan natin sila (Let us help them),” he said in a video shared by former acting presidential spokesperson and Communications Secretary Martin Andanar.

This is not the first time Duterte enjoined the public to rally behind Marcos.

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Last June 6, Duterte asked Filipinos to “come to terms” with the results of the May 9 polls, the next administration would need their cooperation to ensure the country’s success.

“President-elect Marcos would need the cooperation and help of everybody. We must give it to him,” Duterte said in his fourth-to-the last Talk to the People.

He said the public must respect the decision of the majority, adding that it is the essence of democracy.

“Pag nagsalita na yung taongbayan kung sino yung mga leader na gusto nila, sunod tayo. Iwasan ninyo ang politika (Once the people have decided on who they want as leader, we have to follow. Avoid politicking),” he added.






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