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Two groups condemn alleged destabilization plot
Two groups condemn alleged destabilization plot
Two groups condemn alleged destabilization plot
by DZRH News30 November 2023

An armed group known as Partisano called on the working class and those who love the country of the Philippines not to allow the destabilization plan of the alleged camp of former President Rodrigo Duterte and some of his accomplices.

In a statement sent to media, Partisano, an armed operative of the Partido Marxista Leninista ng Pilipinas (PMLP), said the destabilization plan allegedly funded by China, oligarchs, allied politicians and syndicates behind the drug trade is very worrying.

"The leaders in the implementation of their plan are former president Duterte's staff and corrupt politicians and are already circling to convince members of the AFP and PNP to join. They want to buy the loyalty of the country to join their plan which will obviously benefit Duterte's camp," said Katindig.

Among the motives seen by the Partisano group is Duterte's desire to recover the Palace, at the same time as avoiding the imminent entry of the International Criminal Court (ICC) where numerous cases related to the bloody war against drugs were filed in six year of his term as President.


"This is clearly a political maneuver that has been his tactic for a long time - to use violence to prevail in the political conflict," the group added.

On the other hand, the Samahan Kaagapay ng Agilang Pilipino (Partido Agila), a regional political party based in the National Capital Region, condemned the destabilization plan against the administration of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

The party urged the President to first set aside the appointment of the new chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP) and assign PNP Chief Gen. Benjamin Acorda to ensure peace and order amid the threat of a coup.

According to Jholo Granados who is standing chairperson of Partido Agila, destabilization will not bring any good to the country, along with the call for unity.


"The President has the power to extend the term of the PNP Director-General. I hope the President will keep Gen. Acorda as the chief of the national police, moreover, his record is unblemished in the length of his time in the service," the statement read.

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