Duterte’s Last Year As Philippine President

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As President Duterte checked yesterday the beginning of his last year in office, a top Malacañang official said the Chief Executive is leaving the administration without having eased up in his battle against illicit medications while managing the Covid pandemic.

As indicated by official representative Harry Roque Jr., the President invests wholeheartedly by they way he dealt with the country and set forward his conviction to battle the medication hazard which pundits, notwithstanding, found as an explicit negligence for basic liberties because of the silly killings identified with the organization’s medication war.

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Roque said the President is planning for his last State of the Nation Address (SONA) this month where he will likewise layout his achievements while in office.

“Possibly the President will give more subtleties during his last State of the Nation Address. In any case, obviously, he got such countless things done, satisfying his guarantees, especially in the battle against illicit medications,” Roque said in Filipino.

Regardless of whether Duterte is entering the last year of his six-year term, Roque noticed that dependent on a Pulse Asia survey, the President appreciates high trust and certainty of individuals, and that they are fulfilled in light of the fact that he remained by his guarantees, especially being hard on wrongdoing.

The Palace official discussed Duterte’s grisly medication crusade in the wake of the move of the International Criminal Court’s call for survivors of the medication battle to approach and present proof before the ICC.

Aside from the conflict on drugs, Roque said the Duterte organization likewise took significant steps in the Chief Executive’s persistent drive against debasement and administrative noise.

As far as significant enactment, Roque refered to the law giving free educational cost to understudies took a crack at state colleges and schools, the Universal Health Care Act, free water system for little ranchers, WiFi interconnectivity for people in general and various social enactment.

Duterte’s system in the battle against COVID-19 pandemic will likewise be featured in the SONA, including government’s without giving immunizations and swab tests to Filipinos.

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