Filipinos Don’t Deserve To Hear Rude Remarks From Public Servants – Leni Robredo
LENI ROBREDO – Vice president Leni Robredo said the Filipinos did not deserve to hear rude remarks from public servants.
In her Sunday radio program called ‘Serbisyong Leni,’ she did not mince words in criticizing the spox’s comment. She said she was used to how she was being criticized but the Filipinos don’t deserve to hear rude remarks from public servants.
Leni Robredo said it was disheartening that the Filipino people have to put up with the government officials who are rude. She also pointed out that some of them speak before the public and say “unnecessary” words.
“Lagi naman. Lagi naman. Kaya tayo nagkakaganito eh, kasi walang acceptance ng kakulangan. Pero sa akin lang, kung kailangang magdepensa, magdepensa, pero ‘yung klase ng pagdedepensa, parang ‘yung nakakalungkot, kasi ito na ba ‘yung klase ng public servants natin?”
“Para sa akin, hindi naman natin dine-deserve na ‘yung mga public servants natin mga bastos, hindi natin dine-deserve na ubod ng yabang ,” she said.
In her radio program last week, Leni Robredo said the government should be more proactive with its pandemic response instead of its “propaganda.” The day after, Harry Roque said the vice president should thank the frontliners for doing their job. He also denied that they are focusing on “red-tagging” instead of defending the Philippine territory from China.
Robredo said she always respected the role of the health care workers and they have been assisting them. “’Yung opisina namin grabe ‘yung suporta sa kanila (health workers), sila ‘yung araw-araw, sila ‘yung sumasabak. At pag hindi tama ‘yung response ng gobyerno, lalo natin silang papahirapan,” she said.
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