ACT TEACHERS partylist Rep. Antonio Tinio implied that although the Makabayan bloc is leaning towards leaving the alliance with President Rodrigo Duterte, this does not necessarily imply the seven Makabayan lawmakers shall be leaving the House supermajority.
He stated slicing ties with Duterte is a special problem from staying within the majority coalition within the House of Representatives.
“Maaring tumayo ang alliance” within the House, Tinio stated, including that this shall be mentioned with allied progressive teams.
Bayan Muna partylist Rep. Carlos Zarate stated Makabayan has all the time stood as an unbiased pressure whether or not they belong within the majority or the minority.
Makabayan introduced earlier known as a gathering of the National Executive Committee subsequent week to debate whether or not to remain within the alliance.