Aug 24, 2017 @ 15:39

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II believes it isn’t vital to create an independent fact-finding fee which can examine alleged abstract executions.

“I believe the police agencies, Philippine National Police, Criminal Investigation and Detection Group, and our NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) are coping with the investigation of these cases,” Aguirre informed congressmen throughout a price range listening to on Thursday (August 24)

Aguirre reacted to calls for President Rodrigo Duterte to create such fee to examine the escalating abstract executions to decide the causes, motives for the killings and the variety of victims, and suggest the prosecution of culprits.

Meanwhile, the Secretary assured congressman he wouldn’t ask to enhance the proposed P33.2 million price range for the implementation of Administrative Order (AO) 35.

The AO which started in 2012 offers provisions for the creation of the inter-agency on extra-legal killings, enforced disappearances, torture and different violations of the best to life, liberty and safety of individuals.

Aguirre famous that the Department of Justice (DOJ) already had the price range for this in 2015.