ANGELES CITY --- Two oppositionist councilors here have vowed support to the campaign of President Duterte and Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan against terrorism and illegal drugs. Councilors Jesus “Jay” Sangil and Carmelo “Pogi” Lazatin, who belonged to the City Council’s minority bloc, issued the statement following a rally dubbed "Martsa Laban sa Droga at Terorismo" on Thursday. The City Government under Pamintuan leadership initiated the march in support to the government’s drive to curb terrorism and drug menace in the country. “Sa usapin ng droga at terorismo, sa Angeles City wala pong minority o majority. There are no political boundaries and political colors here. Nakikiisa po kami sa panawagan ng ating Pangulong Duterte at Mayor Ed Pamintuan na sugpuin ang droga at terorismo sa ating bansa,” Sangil said. “Jay Sangil at Pogi Lazatin nakikiisa at todo suporta sa naturang kampanya. Let us preserve peace and order and a drug free in our city and our country,” Sangil added.

'No politics in drive vs terrorism, drugs'

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'No politics in drive vs terrorism, drugs'

Friday, July 07, 2017

ANGELES CITY --- Two oppositionist councilors here have vowed support to the campaign of President Duterte and Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan against terrorism and illegal drugs.

Councilors Jesus “Jay” Sangil and Carmelo “Pogi” Lazatin, who belonged to the City Council’s minority bloc, issued the statement following a rally dubbed "Martsa Laban sa Droga at Terorismo" on Thursday.

The City Government under Pamintuan leadership initiated the march in support to the government’s drive to curb terrorism and drug menace in the country.

“Sa usapin ng droga at terorismo, sa Angeles City wala pong minority o majority. There are no political boundaries and political colors here. Nakikiisa po kami sa panawagan ng ating Pangulong Duterte at Mayor Ed Pamintuan na sugpuin ang droga at terorismo sa ating bansa,” Sangil said.

“Jay Sangil at Pogi Lazatin nakikiisa at todo suporta sa naturang kampanya. Let us preserve peace and order and a drug free in our city and our country,” Sangil added.

Published in the SunStar Pampanga newspaper on July 08, 2017.

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