MANILA, Philippines — Senator Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa desires extra powers for the Fee on Elections (Comelec) to disqualify party-list teams that immediately or not directly help terrorists.
“Isa lang naman ‘yung aking gustong ipasok diyan kung magkakaroon ng Constitution change. ‘Yung party-list system dapat baguhin ‘yan,” he stated on ANC’s Headstart on Monday.
(There is just one factor I wish to embrace if there will be a constitution change, the party-list system.)
“This isn’t in regards to the Structure, that is in regards to the party-list system. Bibigyan lang natin ng (We are going to give) extra powers ‘yung (to) Comelec to disqualify party-lists which might be recognized to be supporting immediately or not directly the terrorist teams,” he additionally stated when requested what his desired adjustments within the 1987 Structure can be.
In keeping with dela Rosa, teams supporting terrorists be part of the federal government to destroy it from inside.
He, nevertheless, pressured that left-leaning teams needs to be allowed to run within the party-list polls so long as they don’t seem to be backing terrorist organizations.
“If they’re left-leaning at wala silang ginagawang suporta doon sa terrorist group, then pabayaan natin sila. They will exist and co-exist with everybody on this authorities,” the senator famous.
(If they’re left-leaning and they don’t seem to be displaying help to a terrorist group, allow them to.)
Because the nineteenth Congress opened, dela Rosa filed a bill seeking to institutionalize the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict to fight decades-long insurgency within the nation.
He expressed confidence that his colleagues within the Senate will help his measure.
“Sure, I’m very optimistic dahil ang layunin naman nito ay (as a result of its goal is) lasting peace as I’ve stated,” Dela Rosa shared.
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