President Duterte Expressed He Offered To Leave His Post As President of PH
PRESIDENT DUTERTE – Philippine Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte said during a televised national address that he “offered to resign as president”.
Undeniably, former Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Roa Duterte is one of the presidential candidates that a lot of people really wanted to run. In fact, the former Davao City Mayor was initially hesitant before he decided to ran for the highest position in the national government.
It was a landslide win for Duterte in the 2016 national elections. For vice president, Liberal Party’s Leni Robredo won the bid for the second top position in the government.
The President’s vocal of centering his administration on eradicating drugs in the country and as well as corruption in the government and public agencies and departments.
Undeniably, several corrupt practices in the government and the public departments and agencies were unveiled under the Duterte administration. However, it seems that the ill practices in the country is really too much to handle.
In his recent late-night televised public address, President Duterte said that he “offered to resign as president”. Based on a report on CNN, the President admitted that he is sick of these ill practices.
“Even with the investigation or the clamor for government to shake the tree, wala, hanggang ngayon it’s being committed every day,” he said.
Based on the report, President Duterte expressed his willingness to appear before the legislators in pushing for a law that would help solve the problem of corruption in the country. He appealed to the Congress.
“I cannot fight corruption… I cannot find a way to move who are almost resistant to finding fault and resisting moves of government to improve. Congress might want to enact legislation,” the President said.
One of the government agencies recently involved in corruption issues is the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation or more commonly known as PhilHealth.
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