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“Harap harap na tayong ninanakawan pero pinagtatangol natin yung mali!”

Actor Enchong Dee couldn’t cover his disappointment on social media after he reacted on a sure subject associated to the federal government.

On a Twitter put up, Dee described the present state of affairs of the nation immediately as “divided”.

He stated that individuals appear to decide on to finish the democracy of the Philippines than ending an administration which in all probability the present admin below President Rodrigo Duterte.

Dee additionally claimed that the individuals are being tricked, nevertheless, Filipinos are nonetheless attempting to defend the wrongdoings of the federal government.

“It’s easier to ignore the end of our democracy than the end of an administration. We’re so divided as a nation today. Harap harapan na tayong ninanakawan at ginag*g* pero bakit pinagtatangol natin yung mali. Anyare Pinas? #BatobatoSaLangit” Dee stated.

The actor made the stated tweet a couple of days after Senate Minority Floor Leader Franklin Drilon questioned the quantity spent by the federal government on developing the Southeast Asian (SEA) video games cauldron.

The cauldron value P50-M was described by Drilon as “extravagance”.

“P55 million is an extravagance that is so unnecessary and somebody has to answer for this,” Drilon advised reporters.

“’Yung isang silid ng paaralan P1 million, ito 56 na silid-paaralan ang nabuo sana kung hindi ganito kalaki ang pangaabuso sa pondo ng taumbayan.” he added.

Drilon additionally questioned how the federal government would preserve the opposite amenities constructed by the federal government for the SEA Games, stating that different international locations who constructed stadiums and different infrastructures to host a sports activities occasion had been uncared for.

According to Drilon, he would name for an investigation to see if the federal government actually spent the cash meant for SEA video games appropriately.

The stated cauldron is among the final works of the late nationwide artist for Architecture Francisco “Bobby” Mañosa.

 

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