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‘Allow Leni Robredo to Take Over’ – GMA Host Winnie Monsod, Bumoladas laban kay PDU30!

Sa kanyang cpolum sa Philippine Daily Inquirer nitong Sept 19, sinabi ni Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod na gusto niyang magbitiw na sa pwesto si Pangulong Rodrigo Roa Duterte. Ito ay dahil daw sa palpak na pagtugonng Duterte Administration sa covid-19 pandemic.

Ayon pa kay Monsod, dapat daw ay humingi ng paumanhin si Pangulong Duterte sa mga Pilipino dahil sa hindi magandang paghawak sa krisis dulot ng covid-19.

“Conclusion: We should never have contracted as badly as we did. Who is responsible for this? Without a doubt, the Duterte administration,” boladas ni Monsod.

Naniniwala din si Monsod na dapat ibigay na kapangyarihan mamuno kay Vice President Leni Robredo.

“In fact, whether he is sick or not, I think he should step down, and allow Vice President Leni Robredo to take over. Then we will have a better chance of getting over the health and economic crisis that this administration has exacerbated,” patutsada pa ni Monsod.

Si Monsod ay sumuporta sa kandidturani Mar Roxas at ni Robredo noong 2016 elections.

Sa hiwalay na balita, gumagawa ng paraan ang Communist Party of the Philippines para maka-usap si Robredo. Isa raw sa mga gusto nilang isulong ay ang pagpapatalsik kay Pangulong Duterte.

“The NDFP, including its panel, should hold discussions with opposition parties, in particular, the Liberal Party… (communist organization should engage with Robredo as constitutional successor) to press for the resumption of the peace negotiation as a rallying point in the effort to oust Duterte… Prospects for resuming the peace negotiations after Duterte, whether he is ousted or he finishes his term, are possible and desirable… ” sabi ni National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) negotiating panel interim chairperson Julie De Lima.

Si De Lima ay asawa ni Jose Maria Sison, ang founder ng Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP).

Source: Politiko | Inq | Archive | Archive | CNN Philippines | Archive

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