- The Palace has reacted over the mañanita that those opposing the Anti-Terror Bill is planning
- Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said that he has no idea about the “mañanita”
- However, he reminded that it is not yet allowed for a mass gathering of more than 10 people
- Previously, the term “mañanita” became controversial following the birthday celebration of NCRPO chief Debold Sinas
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The Palace has commented over the mañanita that those protesting against the Anti-Terror Bill is planning.
KAMI learned that the Palace insisted that it has no idea regarding the “mañanita.”
In an interview with GMA News reporter Joseph Morong, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque was asked if the mañanita will be allowed following the controversial birthday celebration of National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) chief Debold Sinas.
“May mga plano ‘yung mga nag-o-oppose dun sa Anti-Terror Bill na magkaroon ng mañanita. The mañanita is very similar to what General Sinas said, this should be allowed, correct?” Morong asked.
“Hindi ko po alam ang sinasabi niyong mañanita, pero bawal pa po ang pagtitipon ng mahigit 10 tao. ‘Yun lang po,” Roque answered.
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In a previous report by KAMI, President Rodrigo Duterte defended Sinas over his birthday celebration that drew flak from netizens because it allegedly violated the community quarantine protocols involving the prohibition of mass gathering and social distancing.
NCRPO chief Sinas explained that there was no “party” that happened and said that it was a traditional mañanita prepared by his colleagues.
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