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Senator Leila De Lima lashed her critics who urged her to resign after being accused of protecting the drug syndicate inside the NBP. She also received criticisms from the camp of the current administration after she admitted her past relationship with her former driver and bodyguard Ronnie Dayan.

She said that no one can force her to resign and it’s her own decision if she wants to stay in serving the people. “Desisyon ko ‘yun. Walang pwedeng pumilit sa’kin doon,” De Lima told the reporters. She said that her critics are the one who should resign and she claimed that all the machineries of the current administration was focused to destroy her image. “Sila ang dapat ang mag-resign sa mga ginagawa nila. Wala silang qualms about doing all these things na ginagamit nila ‘yung buong machinery, ‘yung resources ng executive department and as I said sa akin lang sila nakatuon,” De Lima added. The senator also accused the current administration for blackmailing the witnesses to testify against her. source:pinoytrending.altervista.org

“Anong klaseng standards ‘yan? Anong klaseng mindset ‘yan na since ‘yun ang gusto ng Pangulo ginagawa rin nila ang lahat ng pamimilit, pagco-coerce at pag-blackmail ng mga witnesses?” Earlier, Chief Presidential Legal counsel Salvador Panelo said that De Lima should voluntarily resign after admitting her relationship with Ronnie Dayan, her former driver and the one who allegedly transporting drug money from the National Penitentiary. “The senator committed unlawful and immoral acts and opens her to a criminal charge of adultery her lover being a married man. To save the Senate from further embarrassment she must voluntarily resign,” Panelo said.

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