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    Amid new controversies over drug war, VP Leni urges policemen: ‘Don’t let rogue cops ruin PNP’s reputation’

    ***Office of the Vice President

    10 September 201*7**

    Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday called on members of the Philippine National Police to help uphold the integrity of their institution, in the wake of the murders of several young people, supposedly in the course of the administration’s “war on drugs.”

    In her weekly radio show, “BISErbisyong LENI,” on RMN-DZXL 558, VP Leni reiterated her belief that there are more cops intent on fulfilling their duties.

    “Ang paniniwala ko, mas marami pa din iyong mabubuti. Mas marami pa din iyong mga matitino. Kaya nananawagan tayo sa kanila na tulungan tayong isalba iyong institusyon ng kapulisan,” said the Vice President, whose late husband, Jesse, introduced reforms for the benefit of the policemen during his stint as Interior secretary.

    “Huwag natin sanang hayaan na sisirain iyong buong institusyon ng mga pulis na hindi mabuti iyong hangarin… Marami akong kakilala, marami akong kaibigan na mga pulis na talaga namang matitino, maaayos, at nadadamay sila sa kasamaan ng ilan nilang kasamahan,” she added.

    The Vice President made the call when asked to comment on President Rodrigo Duterte’s claim that the recent string of teenage killings was meant to “sabotage” his administration’s war against drugs.

    VP Leni raised doubts over such suspicions. She then noted that while she agrees that the country has a drug problem, violence and killings do not make for a proper “strategy” in this regard.

    “Tayo ay naniniwala na matindi talaga iyong ating problema sa droga dito sa Pilipinas, pero alam mo, iyong pag-aalala kasi natin, sa ibang bansa ginawa na rin iyong ganitong strategy—iyong mampatay nang mampatay—pero wala namang nangyari. In fact, sa maraming mga bansa sa buong mundo na ginamit itong patayan bilang isang istratehiya, hindi naman ito naging successful sa pagsugpo ng ilegal na droga,” she said.

    “Kaya iyong parati nating kampanya, sana hindi patayan iyong strategy. Eh ang nakakalungkot, halos araw-araw mayroon tayong bagong balita na kabataan na iyon iyong pinapatay. Ang tanong ngayon siguro, ano kaya iyong iba pang mga patayan? Sino kaya doon iyong pinatay na wala namang kalaban-laban, wala namang kasalanan? Iyon iyong nakakatakot,” she added.

    The Vice President has previously called on the administration to “rethink” its approach in its anti-drug campaign. She consistently insisted on the observance of due process, and pushed for the adoption of another strategy, such as community-based rehabilitation, which applies to most drug surrenderees.

    Posted in Press Releases on Sep 10, 2017