Public Attorney’s Office chief Persida Acosta sees no drawback with investigations being performed relating to the administration’s conflict on medicine so long as they’re honest.

“Ngayon, imbestigasyon? Welcome. Mag-imbestiga kayo na — basta patas lang. Eh baka ang i-imbestigahan ay unfair o bias na agad ang statement. Eh dapat puntahan ang tamang mga government stakeholders at mga organisasyon dahil kung ang pupuntahan ay ‘yung mga kaalyado lang nila na parang para durugin ang pamahalaan, mali po ‘yon,” she stated at a press convention in Malacañang.

Acosta stood by President Rodrigo Duterte’s aggressice marketing campaign in opposition to unlawful medicine, saying it was not about killing individuals however a marketing campaign to stamp out narcotics.

“Kaya po sa aking palagay ay ang ibang mga presidente ng mga bansa ay talagang sumasaludo at humahanga sa ating bagong Pangulo dahil meron po siyang political will para magdeklara ng war on drugs,” she stated.

“Ang ibig sabihin po nito ay hindi baril laban sa baril o sandata na pumuputok laban sa sandata kundi kikitilin at papawiin ang kontaminasyon o kamandag ng droga sa ating bayan,” Acosta added.

The PAO chief stated her workplace has been serving to out the poor shoppers in drug associated instances, which had been pegged 82,000 on the finish of Aquino’s time period in June 2016.

“Dahil midday pong June 2016 pagbaba ni PNoy, 82,000 po ang naiwan naming kliyente – mga small consumer, small possessor, hindi maka-pl

Source: politics.com.ph