Senator Gringo Honasan and his former colleagues within the navy virtually had a reunion in Malacañang Wednesday (August 16) when President Rodrigo Duterte met with them because the Reform the Armed Forces Movement (RAM).
Duterte held the assembly with RAM members earlier than gracing the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption’s 19th anniversary.
Photos launched by Malacañang confirmed Duterte clasping fingers with Honasan, in a gesture much like that of comrades in arms.
RAM is a group of navy officers which broke off from dictator Ferdinand Marcos to play a key function on the 1986 People Power Revolution.
The group was additionally behind the failed coup in opposition to the late President Corazon Aquino in 1987.
Honasan was not too long ago charged with graft over the alleged misuse of P30 million of his pork barrel allocation.
He has since posted a P60,000 bail for his non permanent liberty.