Senator Grace Poe believes President Rodrigo Duterte had a “reality check” when he realized that he couldn’t remedy medication, criminality and corruption in three to six months.
The President has admitted he couldn’t wipe out unlawful medication, crime and corruption in three to six months including that he must dissipate his 6 years in workplace to handle these issues.
“I guess reality is setting in. That’s also what we’ve been very candid about. Crime is not easily solved. There are many factors that affect this,” stated Poe who misplaced within the presidential elections after Duterte mesmerized the group along with his promise to finish drug, crime and corruption in three to 6 months.
“It’s not just law enforcement, its community, it’s the judiciary, it’s reforms and it’s also the economy, jobs, proper support for people, the right amount of employment, the proper employment. Those things can help solve crime,” she stated.
Poe, vice chair of the Senate Committee on Public Order and Dangerous Drugs, stated the implementation of the federal government’s battle on medication “should be in accordance with the law” amid studies that majority of these killed throughout anti-drug operation have been victims of extrajudicial killings (EJK).