Duterte, Cayetano declare 2015 as last Christmas for criminals,corrupt

Dec. 26, 2015

DAVAO CITY — Presidential and vice-presidential tandem Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Senator Alan Peter Cayetano warned  this year as the last Christmas for criminals and corrupt.

“Huling Christmas na ito ng mga kurakot at kriminal. Sa susunod na taon, magpapasko silang lahat sa bilangguan. Hindi namin hahayaan na maghari ang katiwalian at kriminalidad sa ating bansa (This is the last Christmas for the corrupt and the criminals. Next year they will all celebrate Christmas in jail. We will not allow corruption and criminality in our country),” Duterte and Cayetano said in a statement.

Cayetano said that if they get elected in 2016, he and Duterte would “immediately work towards stamping out criminality, illegal drug trafficking, and corruption during their first year in service.”

The two said their first order of business should they win in the 2016 elections is to run after criminals and to make the communities safe.

In a statement, Cayetano said he and Duterte want to bring down the national crime rate “by half within one year” of assuming their posts.

Cayetano said they will implement an “intensified and aggressive” national anti-crime campaign targeting the country’s identified crime hot spots.

He said they are planning to create a national hotline number to contact in cases of emergencies.

Cayetano added that among the candidates for president “only Duterte has the ability to do for the entire country what he was able to do for Davaoeños in terms of protecting them against criminals and illegal drug syndicates, and weeding out graft and corruption in government.”

In a paid television advertisement, Duterte also warned criminals, corrupt officials, and drug addicts to stop making the lives of Filipinos “miserable.”

“Kayong mga nagpapahirap sa mga Pilipino, kung ayaw ninyong huminto at patuloy pa rin ang karahasan, ito na ang huli ninyong Merry Christmas (Those who are causing the hardships o Filipinos, if you will not stop and you continue your crimes, this will be your last Merry Christmas),” Duterte said in the 30-second video.

Cayetano said he suggests that those who are involved in crime, drug-trade and corruption should include in their New Year’s resolutions the plan to have a new life.

“Dahil sa oras na magkaroon tayo ng isang Duterte na pangulo, ito na ang huling Paskong ipagdiriwang niyong masaya (By the time that we have a Duterte as president, this will be your last celebration of a happy Christmas),” he said. (davaotoday.com)

  • Kyle Tapisan

    We need good leaders. both are lawyers and brilliant time not to be a bobotante any more i will vote for duterte and cayetano

  • Zee Lucas Madrigal

    Ang pagsunod sa batas ay dapat nakakabit sa kagustuhan ng bawat pilipino na magkaroon ng bansa na mipagmamalaki. Kailangan lang ng lagiang pagsuporta natin kay Senator Cayetano at Mayor Duterte para maging katotohanan ang ating mga pangarap.

  • Jan Louisa Zamonte

    Hanggang pangarap na lang ba tayo? Hanggang titig lang ba tayo sa ibang bansa sa kanilang mga magandang imprastaktura at sistema ng transportasyon? yung common station sa north edsa, puro bulilyaso dapat 2010 pa yan! political will para mabura ang corrupt at mabura ang red tape! Paki ayos po ito Mayor duterte at senator cayetano.

  • Kharla Mae Stefan

    Masusugpo na din sa wakas ang mga kriminal sa bansang ito dahil kina mayor Duterte at Seantor Cayetano. Bawas krimen tataas ang seguridad ng bawat mamayanan.

  • Steven Museleo

    Ang tanong, gaano ba kalala ang kriminaldad sa pilipinas? baka naman nagmamalinis tayo at gusto natin na pingot o palo lang ang parusa sa mga rapists, durugista at mamamatay tao? sina digong at alan dapat ipatupad ang batas.

  • Cedric Piamonte

    Marami naman tayo batas. Enforcement lang ang kailangan. Tunay na Pagbabago na po ang dapat iboto

  • Camille Portes

    Sa talino nila Mayor at Sen Cayetano. Tapang at Malasakit yan ang babago sa bansa natin nalugmok dahil sa kahirapan at kurapsyon

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