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If Marcos Won’t Accept DILG Post, It Means that he is Soon to Assume the Vice Presidency


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

MALACAÑANG ignores a report recently that Bongbong Marcos is being prepared as the next head of the Department of Interior and Local Government or DILG. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella clarifies to reporters that as far as he’s concerned, no notice is received for the supposed appointment of Marcos as DILG secretary. Abakada Rep. Jonathan Dela Cruz, Marcos’ adviser, also attests that Marcos offered to assist the administration in any way but not through any government position. However, anything can change as the Liberal Party intensifies their moves to impeach the President as per the recent speech of Senator Leila De Lima.

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[VIDEO]: Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Judy Taguiwalo said she is not sure what happen if Bongbong Marcos joins the cabinet of the President.

Unfit to Lead

Sen. Leila De Lima heavily criticizes the President for allegedly masterminding the cases filed against her in the last few days. She calls on the members of the Cabinet to declare him “unfit” to fulfill the responsibilities of the executive office. De Lima scores the president for filing cases against individuals who call and fight for justice while he sets free and notorious criminals.

Lack of Moral Ascendancy

De Lima also calls on the members of the president’s official cabinet officers to abandon him and declare him unable to fulfill the responsibilities of a president. She also challenges government employees, policemen, and soldiers if they can continue to serve the public despite the lack of moral ascendancy of their president.

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De Lima Urges Filipinos to Rise Up Just like during the Marcos Era

De Lima tells the Filipino people to rise up to the circumstance. They can become real heroes for doing so, she implies. She also calls for the defense of human rights, justice, and democracy against a “criminal dictator” that she believes the president is. The current state of government now is what she thinks as “suppressive regime,” like the Marcos era.

The Palace’s Response to De Lima

De Lima allegedly just pronounces colorful phrases. It is freedom of speech to voice opinions and calls for the support of people for what she believes in. The administration can only be alerted if the senator urges the public to take up arms and fight the government forces. As the rate it is going, it looks like it’s the Liberal Party members who are nervous for the possible return of Bongbong Marcos to power either as VP or DILG head.

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