As far as ACT Teachers’ party-list Rep. Antonio Tinio is anxious, there’s no extra “objective basis” for the leftist motion to proceed its alliance with President Rodrigo Duterte.
In an interview Monday (August 28) on the launch of the Movement Against Tyranny (MAT), Tinio blamed Duterte for the upcoming breakup because of his supposedly altering pronouncements on the peace course of, international coverage and contractualization, amongst different points.
“Kaya pormalidad na lang sa palagay namin yung pagkalas sa alyansa kay Pangulong Duterte,” he stated.
Tinio is an element of the Makabayan bloc, a group of lawmakers at the moment belonging to the supermajority led by Duterte’s allies within the House of Representatives.
Other members of the group are ACT Teachers party-list Representative France Castro, Bayan Muna’s Carlos Zarate, Gabriela Women’s Party’s Emmi De Jesus and Arlene Brosas, Anakpawis’ Ariel Casilao and Kabataan’s Sarah Elago.
He is one of the convenors of MAT, a group which goals to struggle extrajudicial killings and different indicators of Duterte’s so-called tyranny.
While Tinio stated the Makabayan bloc has but to debate the concrete motion it would take relating to the alliance with Duterte, he stated they’ve but to resolve whether or not to affix the Magnificent 7 or minority bloc ought to they bolt the supermajority coalition.