Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III on Monday (Mar. 20) urged Vice President Leni Robredo to “correct” the claims she made in a video to a United Nations physique on the federal government’s warfare on medicine so she might keep away from impeachment.

“Ganito naman tayo lahat eh, pagka nagkakamali tayo let’s correct. We all make mistakes. Correct natin lalo na if you’re feeding an international organization with supposed to be facts and then you misstated the facts, then you correct. Wala ng problema. May impeachment o wala gawin natin yun,” Pimentel advised reporters.

In a video message recorded for a gathering of the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Robredo stated over 7,000 people have been killed in the middle of the federal government’s warfare on medicine via “summary executions.”

She additionally revealed a few supposed “palit ulo” scheme involving policemen going after relations of drug suspects who can’t be discovered.

Her comment has prompted House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez to comment he’s contemplating submitting impeachment charges in opposition to her for betrayal of public belief.