“Duterte Virus”, Says Dinky Soliman on EDSA Day, Elicits Reactions Online

Dinky Soliman Called Pres. Duterte as “Duterte Virus” on EDSA Day

The former secretary of the DSWD Dinky Soliman called President Rodrigo Duterte as “Duterte Virus” comparing his administration from former President Marcos on EDSA Day.

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Recently, a group of 150 Anti-Duterte gathered at People Power Monument in Quezon City for conducting prayer vigil and protesting about President Rodrigo Duterte allowing China in the Philippines. they want Pre. Duterte to resign in his position because of its alleged willingness to allow China to enter the Philippines.

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Meanwhile, as a celebration of the 34th anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution yesterday February 25, Tuesday, President Duterte gives a message to Filipinos describing the  EDSA People Power as “one of the most remarkable events in our nation’s history” as it restored democracy using non-violent protests.

He said on the statement that “Inspired by the freedoms that we secured in February 1986, let us all rise above our petty political differences so that we may, together, ensure that the legacy of EDSA will remain relevant in the years ahead.”

Meanwhile, former secretary Department of Social Welfare and Development is one of the protesters on the EDSA Revolution held on People Power Monument in Quezon City. She gives a statement slamming the administration of Duterte that elicited reactions from the netizens.

According to the video, she called Pres. Duterte as “Duterte Virus” comparing to the administration of the former President of the Philippines Ferdinand Marcos. She compares Duterte to “Marcos Virus” regarding the issue of the ABS-CBN shutdown.

Watch her full statement in the interview uploaded by the Facebook page named Sugbo Balita:


His video earned various elicited reactions from the netizens on Facebook. Here are some of their reactions to her.

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