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Student Academic Strike, Sinuportahan pa ni Kabataan Rep. Sarah Elago

Imbes na sabihan ang mga estudyante na tumutok sa kanilang mga leksyon, suportado pa ni Kabataan Partylist Representative ang pagmamaktol ng mga nasabing mag-aaral.

“This youth representation supports the student strike initiated by ADMU and UP students and joined by more and more nationwide to protest government inaction and criminal negligence amid the COVID-19 pandemic and calamities. We laud their noble cause and courage to speak truth to power, demand accountability and mobilize for relief efforts and help support our affected kababayans in these difficult times. It is imperative that the students and the youth respond to this clarion call to act now and assert a better future for the people, for the nation, and for the planet,” boladas ni Elago.

Ilan sa mga kinukuda ng mga rebeldeng estudyante ay ang hindi daw magandang pagtugon ng gobyerno sa kalamidad. May ilan pang student groups na nananawagan na ihinto ang klase hanggang hindi napapatalsik sa pwesto si Pangulong Duterte.

Ang akusasyon laban sa pamahalaan ay pinabulaanan na ng MalacaƱang. Ayon sa Presidential Communication Operations Office (PCOO), Nobyembre 10 pa lang ay nagsagawa na ang gobyerno ng forced evacuation sa Cagayan upang mailigtas ang mga residente sa hagupit ng Bagyong Ulysses.

Kung ikukumpara pa ang calamity response ng Duterte Government kumpara sa Aquino Administration, ay tiyak na mas kaunti ang nasawi sa Bagyong Rolly at Ulysses kumpara sa Bagyong Yolanda at Sendong.

Sa katunayan, pumalo na sa higit 250,000 indibiduwal ang naililigtas ng gobyerno mula sa kalamidad.

“Our soldiers, airmen, sailors, and marines have switched their firearms with ropes, life rings, and life jackets to respond to the cries for help during heavy and widespread flooding that affected our people. The AFP leads the SRR cluster and continues to work with other government agencies to save more lives amidst the challenges brought by natural calamities and a global pandemic

While the AFP has started to shift to relief efforts in some areas, our responding teams continue to brave heavily-flooded communities to conduct search, rescue and retrieval operations in the hopes of rescuing more individuals. Our resilience and Bayanihan have allowed us to hurdle obstacles. We call on everyone to hold on to safety as help is on the way and help will come,” sabi ni AFP Chief of Staff General Gapay.

Source: Kabataan Partylist | PTV | PCG | ABS-CBN

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