Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri challenged the individuals who opposed Martial Law to go to Marawi City to allow them to see the scenario personally and be satisfied that the choice of the federal government to droop the writ of habeas corpus in Mindanao.
During an interview with DZBB, Juan Miguel Zubiri, a Mindanaoan senator introduced that he would shoulder all of the bills of the individuals who opposed the martial regulation declared in Mindanao.
“Ang hamon ko nga sa kanila, itong mga hindi sumasang-ayon at sumisigaw po sa telebisyon na pumunta po sa Marawi. Kung gusto nilang pumunta ng Marawi bibigyan ko sila ng tiket, pamasahe. Bibigyan ko sila ng sasakyan para pumunta sa Marawi at kausapin yung Maute group, kung gusto nilang kausapin yung Maute group,” Zubiri mentioned.
He believes that nobody would persuade the Maute Terrorist anymore to give up their arms and individuals who makes an attempt to barter with them may get killed.
“Titingnan natin kung makalabas po sila ng buhay dun sa mga lugar na iyon dahil itong mga kalaban na ito napakahirap kausapin at halos imposible na po dahil ang gusto nila mamatay na tayong lahat,” he mentioned.
Zubiri additionally challenged his colleague Risa Hontiveros to go to Marawi City to personally witness the scenario of the Lanao Del Sur capital.
Senator Hontiveros is among the public officers who opposed the Martial Law declaration in the entire island of Mindanao.
According to her, the scenario in Marawi can’t be thought-about as revolt or invasion so there’s no motive for the President to declare martial regulation.
Even Davao City mayor Inday Sara Duterte mentioned that the woman senator is performing like a spokesperson of the terrorist.
15 out of 23 senators expressed their assist and signed Senate Resolution 388 declaring that there’s no motive for the higher home to dam the Martial Law declared by President Rodrigo Duterte.
Meanwhile, 5 senators from the minority bloc requested for a joint Congressional session to debate the premise of the declaration of martial regulation in Mindanao.
They are senators Francis Pangilinan, Franklin Drilon, Risa Hontiveros, Antonio Trillanes IV and Bam Aquino.