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Malacañang says Aquino admin neglected drug problem

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Nov. 21, 19 | 5:10 pm

Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo fired back at former President Noynoy Aquino III for doubting President Rodrigo Duterte’s decision to appoint Vice President Leni Robredo as anti-drug czar.

Panelo said Aquino should focus more on his criminal cases rather than talking about the drug problem.

“Lest we forget, the drug problem ballooned in magnitude in his time, obviously due to his neglect in countering this evil that is putting this country into the precipice of a generational destruction,” Panelo said in a statement.

“The Philippines has been plagued in the past with petty, divisive and parochial politicians. Fortunately, change has arrived with President Duterte having the interest of the Filipino people foremost in his mind as we battle against the dreaded and destructive evil that is destroying the basic fabric of society,” Panelo added.

The spokesperson said it’s a rare opportunity for a President to appoint someone from the opposition.

“A golden opportunity to oversee the campaign against illegal drugs amid the surpassing accomplishments his administration already achieved relative thereto,” Panelo explained.

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