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Duterte tells UNHRC: Get the truth on drug war from the media instead of critics

President Duterte appealed to the United Nations Human Right Council yesterday to get the truth from the media instead of his critics should they decide to probe his drug war.

In an interview in Malacañang, Duterte said that the UNHRC is free to do their job but they should take another look at the details coming from his critics, especially from detained Sen. Leila de Lima.

“Bahala sila kung ano ang trabaho nila…They can. But tayo lahat. They will realize that ‘yang kay De Lima, masadsad talaga kayo diyan. Naniwala sila doon sa ano…,” he said.

“My only question before a court if I be called in, Ms. de Lima, are you a moral person? Then I will show some clips. Is this how you remain moral?” he added.

According to Duterte, the UNHRC should state their purpose if they come to the Philippines. He, however, appealed to them to find the truth from the media instead of his critics.

“They better go to the media and the media will tell them the truth. Palabas ninyo ‘yung footages niyong lahat. Hear everybody,” he said. (Argyll Geducos)

 

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