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Revolutionary government

Official statements from Malacañang Palace and President Rodrigo R. Duterte dismiss the possibility of a revolutionary government declaration any time soon. Even with such dismissal, some groups, particularly those identified with the political opposition, still saw it necessary to openly express their opposition to a revolutionary government for the Philippines.

Malacañang released yesterday President Duterte’s Proclamation No. 319 and Memorandum Circular no. 26 on the National Day of Protest on September 21.

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Only government work and classes in public schools across the country will be suspended in observance of the “National Day of Protest” on September 21, Malacañang announced yesterday.

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President Duterte may declare a suspension of classes and government work on September 21 due to the looming massive demonstrations on that day.

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For now, President Rody Duterte is giving Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon the benefit of the doubt. The President announced that he would await both houses of congress to wrap up their respective investigations before he makes a decision on the fate of Faeldon.

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CONGRESS, meeting in joint session, voted last Saturday to extend martial law in Mindanao until December 31, 2017, as sought by President Duterte. The vote was 261 to 18 – the 18 being four senators and 14 congressmen.

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