Trillanes agrees with FVR’s assessment that Team Philippines is losing

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016. Filed under: Philippine News
Vice Presidential candidate Sen. Sonny Trillanes IV arrives at the Bank of Philippine Islands (BPI) Julia Vargas branch in Pasig City on Monday. Trillanes challenged Duterte to shed light on his alleged undeclared funds of at least Php 200 million in his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net worth (SALN).(MNS photo)

Vice Presidential candidate Sen. Sonny Trillanes IV arrives at the Bank of Philippine Islands (BPI) Julia Vargas branch in Pasig City on Monday. Trillanes challenged Duterte to shed light on his alleged undeclared funds of at least Php 200 million in his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net worth (SALN).(MNS photo)

MANILA  (Mabuhay) –Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV on Monday said he agrees with the assessment of the Duterte administration’s first 100 days by former President Fidel V. Ramos that the Philippines is losing.

“Nag-a-agree po ako sa assessment ni dating Presidente Fidel V. Ramos na natalo ang Pilipinas… Hindi na-re-realize ang mga pangako. Naging negatibo pa kasi 3,500 kapwa Pilipino natin ang namatay dito sa kampanya laban sa droga,” Trillanes said.

In a column written for Manila Bulletin on Saturday, Ramos said the country is “losing badly” because the government has not hit the ground running during the first 100 days of President Rodrigo R. Duterte.

“In the overall assessment by this writer, we find our Team Philippines losing in the first 100 days of Du30’s administration—and losing badly. This is a huge disappointment and let-down to many of us,” Ramos wrote.

Trillanes also noted that investors have become hesitant since the government started its anti-drugs campaign.

“Hindi mo kailangang patayin ang mga users and pushers. Pwede mong hulihin ang mga pushers para pakantahin at maituro ang mga drug lords,” he said.

Trillanes also said the government’s establishment of the 911 hotline is nothing new since the previous administration had hotline 117.

He also added that the one-stop shop being touted by the Duterte administration has already been done by one department in the previous administration.

Trillanes also said that in the past 100 days, the Metro Rail Transit suffered more glitches and traffic became worse.

He admitted though that there were gains recorded in the peace process. (MNS)

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