VP Sara dapat magbitiw bilang DepEd Sec– Manila congressman


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DAPAT umanong magbitiw na si Vice President Sara Duterte bilang kalihim ng Department of Education (DepEd) na walang ginagawa laban sa mga atake ng kanyang pamilya kay Pangulong Ferdinand Marcos Jr. at hindi nagsasalita laban sa ginagawa ng China sa West Philippine Sea.

“Nearly two years after assumption to the Office of the Vice President, it is time for accountability for VP Sara Duterte and the Duterte family,” ani Manila Rep. Joel Chua.

“The Vice President should show some decency by resigning from her DepEd post at the very least,” dagdag pa ng kongresista.

Sinabi ni Chua na walang ginawa si VP Sara nang paulanan ng atake ng kanyang pamilya ang Pangulo at patuloy pa rin itong nakikinabang bilang miyembro ng opisyal na pamilya ng Pangulo.

“Her family unleashed a barrage of insults and attacks directly to the President and yet she does nothing and is still enjoying the perks of being part of the official family,” saad pa ni Rep. Chua.

“She should draw the line instead of pretending to be a full partner of the President.”

“VP Duterte has been woefully silent as our sovereignty and national patrimony in the West Philippine Sea and EEZ have been challenged with ship blockades and aggressive maneuvers against our fisherfolk, Coast Guard, BFAR, and NAMRIA,” wika pa nito.

Hindi rin bilib si Chua sa mga ginagawa ni VP Sara sa DepEd.

“The so-called Catch-Up Fridays at DepEd schools have been a waste of time with no real results to show,” saad nito. “Learning deficits from the pandemic are worsened by the continuing resort to modules and online classes which were ineffective during the pandemic and are still ineffective now.”

Giit pa ng kongresista, “She cannot have the best of both worlds by being a fence sitter while her family and their allies challenge the authority and mandate of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr while having little to show for in terms of substantive results at the Department of Education, where she is Secretary.”