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Suportado ni Bong Revilla ang pagdeklara ni Pres Duterte ng Martial Law sa Mindanao


Former senator Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr. expressed his support for President Rodrigo Duterte's move in response to Marawi crisis.
In a facebook post, Revilla said the constitution explicitly granted the President the power to declare martial law to preserve the integrity of the Republic and any of its parts.
According to him, the President's bold decision in declaring Martial law in Mindanao signifies his love and care for the country and his people affected by the attacks of the terror Maute group.
Revilla said there will be a right time to probe the unfortunate event and the people behind this rebellion, but what's more important now is to totally thwart terrorists from their agenda to ensure the security and safety of civilians in Marawi amid the clashes between government forces and terror group in the region.
He also urged Filipino people to unite and support the President and his administration as well as the government forces being deployed in Mindanao.
Read his full message below:
Ang krisis sa Marawi ay krisis sa buong Mindanao, at krisis ng buong bansa.
Ang kagyat at desididong aksiyon ng Presidente, na mismong taga-Mindanao, ay tanda ng kanyang pagpapahalaga sa ating mga kababayang apektado ng kaguluhan, at sa kalagayan ng buong bayan.
The constitution explicitly granted the President the power to declare martial law to preserve the integrity of the Republic and any of its parts. Ito ang partikular ng dahilan sa likod ng deklarasyon ni Pangulong Duterte.
Darating ang tamang panahon para usisain ang mga kaganapan at ang mga taong nasa likod ng rebelyong ito ng Maute, ngunit ang mas mahalaga ngayon ay ang tuluyan nang pagsiwata sa mga teroristang rebelde.
Napakahalaga rin na matiyak ang kaligtasan ng mga kababayan nating naiipit ngayon sa bakbakan, at ang seguridad ng buong rehiyon at buong Pilipinas.
Magkaisa tayo Pilipino. Support our President. Support our government. Support our troops.
God bless the Philippines.
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