Malacanang will not be too pleased with Vice President Leni Robredo’s newest criticism on President Rodrigo Duterte’s bloody drug conflict within the wake of 75 drug suspects killed within the final 72 hours.
If the Palace had its means, it might need Robredo to only float and keep silent on how Duterte needed to cope with the drug downside within the nation.
Presidential Spokesperson Ernie Abella mentioned that Robredo was entitled to her opinion however it might have been higher if she remained a staff participant.
“I think that’s precisely the reason why. Maybe in the next round of ano, of political systems, we should have teams, you know, where people understand. We should have teams, the president and the vice-president should have the same perspective,” mentioned Abella in a briefing Friday.
“In other words, dapat magkaintindihan para hindi naman lumalabas na nagkakaroon tayo ng conflict. Sana magkaisa tayo ng pananaw na ginagawa ng Presidente is ipasantabi itong mga bagay na nakakasama sa bayan. ‘Yun po ang perspective ng Presidente,” he added.
On Thursday, Robredo warned towards the creeping return of the tradition of impunity which the Philippines erased 31 years in the past. She urged the general public to specific outrage towards towards the seeming bloodlust of the police in finishing up Duterte’s conflict on medicine.
Last December, Robredo was unceremoniously eased out of her post as Housing czar for criticizing Duterte’s resolution to permit a hero’s burial for the late President Ferdinand Marcos.