Sep three, 2017 @ 16:17

Senator Antonio Trillanes IV​ is all equipped for a showdown within the occasion his “unparliamentary behaviour” is taken up Monday or​ ​Sen. Richard Gordon will make good his risk of slapping him an ethics case.

“Talagang paghahandaan ko ‘yan, sila. Basta ang bottom line dito, gusto nilang i-intimidate ako para huminto ako. Hindi ako hihinto dito dahil natutumbok ko na eh. Nakikita ko na, na papapaiyak ‘yung Malacanang, nag-pa panic ‘yung mga kaalyado nya (President Duterte) so dito natin makikita at malalaman ito,” he stated.

What’s ironic, the senator stated, that he’s being accused of displaying unethical or unparliamentary behaviour when the President has been “unpresidential” even in entrance of members of the diplomatic group, similar to in his second State of the Nation Address (SONA).

“Hindi ko naman kailagan maging barkada or bumarkada dun sa kanya (Gordon) to perform my duty eh. Kaya kong gawin ‘yung trabaho ko kahit pumuputok butsi nya sa akin. I don’t care. Nagawa ko ‘yung trabaho ko and I maintain na wala akong ginawang (unparliamentary) dun,” he stated referring to the listening to the place he had a heated argument with the blue ribbon committee chair.

In the occasion that Gordon presents his partial committee report and make no point out on Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte and presidential son-in-law Atty. Manases Carpio on, it is going to give credence to his claims that the blue ribbon panel is popping out to be a “committee de abswelto.”

“Simple lang ang itatanong ko dyan, pag in-sponsor nya yan (preliminary report) sa Monday, sasabihin ko sa kanya, kilala mo ba kung sino ‘yung mga mastermind ng Davao Group at nailabas na na natin sa hearing? Hindi pa kasi ‘yun na nga eh, itinatago at pinagtataka ko,” he stated.

Trillanes claimed that these Paolo Duterte and Carpio are allegedly behind the Davao Group and the “mastermind” in facilitating the cargo of the P6.5-billion price of shabu smuggled from China.

“Sigurado akong wala yan (sa partial report),” he stated.

Source: politics.com.ph