Alleged Drug Lord Protector Senator Leila De Lima is Not Proud of President Duterte on his SONA 2

If there is one person who said that President Rodrigo Duterte is not a good president, it would be Senator Leila De Lima who was put in jail because of some allegations that she is a drug protector.

In one of the interviews, De Lima said,"is there anything that President Rodrigo Duterte can be proud about on his second State of the Nation Address (Sona)?"

That was the question Circulated by the President’s fiercest critic detained Senator Leila De Lima around social media.
De Lima said that Duterte’s promises were not followed  during his first Sona and wondered how many of these were actually kept. 

“Killings? The lies? Yung droga andyan pa rin. Bumalik nga sa Bilibid. Bakit? Kasi hinayaan nila mamayagpag yung mga drug convicts na yan, in exchange sa pag-testify nila sa akin. (Drugs still exist. It resurrected in Bilibid. Why? Because they tolerated the drug convicts in exchange for their testimony against me),” De Lima told reporters.

“Yung mga totoong drug lords? May nahuli na ba? Yung may kasong katiwalian, hindi ba pinalaya nila (Have they arrested any real drug lords? They even released those with graft cases)?” she said.
High-profile drug convicts have testified against de Lima during a House inquiry into the prison.
drug trade. They tagged her as one of the masterminds of the drug cartel in the New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa.

The drug convicts who testified against her were Herbert Colanggo, Engelberto Durano, Vicente Sy, Jojo Baligad and Wu Tuan Yuan alias Peter Co.
Duterte appealed to businessman Peter Lim, whose namesake is being sought by the police, to clear his name. Lim even flew personally to Davao to meet the President. No charges were charged against him afterwards.
“Yung endo, yung sweldo ng sundalo at pulis? Yung traffic, kumusta na ba? Bumababa ba yung mga presyo ng bilihin? Tumataas ba ang halaga ng piso? At bakit hinahayaan ng gobyernong ito na angkinin ng bansang Tsina ang mga teritoryo natin sa West Philippine Sea? (How is the endo (end of contract), wages of our soldiers and police, traffic? What about the prices of commodities? Has the peso to dollar exchange rate improved? And why is the Philippines allowing China to claim our territory in the West Philippine Sea),” she added. 
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