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« on: January 12, 2017, 06:13:28 PM »
Pulse Asia survey results on Martial Law mean people want new solutions to PHL's problems

MANILA, Jan. 11 (PNA) -- A Senator on Wednesday said that the survey results of Pulse Asia which showed that majority of Filipinos found that imposing Martial Law today is unnecessary meant that people wanted ‘new solutions’ to the country’s problems on crime and terrorism.

"I think nandoon pa rin ang mga problema natin…Ang mga Pilipino naghahanap na ng bagong solusyon, na huwag na tayong bumalik sa mga gawain na nakasama naman sa ating bayan (I think our people are looking for new solutions…People want new solutions so that we won’t have a repeat of pursuits that could damage our country)," Sen. Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV told reporters in an interview.

Results of the Pulse Asia survey showed that 74 percent of 1,200 survey respondents disagreed with the statement: “Candidly speaking, it may be necessary now to have martial law to solve the many crises of the nation.”

Meanwhile, 12 percent agreed, and 14 percent were undecided. The survey was conducted last December 6 to 11, 2016.

"It’ a complete rejection of this type of leadership, that type of governance na masyadong nakakiling sa violence o nakakiling sa martial rule (that encouraged violence or martial rule)," Aquino added.

Aquino said that it was problematic how the government would usually think that the solution to crime and violence is increased military and police presence.

"Parang iyon na lang lagi ang mga solusyon na ibinibigay sa atin. I think iyong taumbayan, habang naghahanap sila ng lunas sa mga problema, naghahanap din sila ng bagong solusyon mula sa gobyerno (It seems like it [martial law] is the solution they continue to give us. I think that the people, while looking for other remedies to our problems, want newer solutions),” he further said.

Aquino meanwhile said that the decision of the Supreme Court to deny the petitions against the burial of former President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNMB) was expected.

“Ang sabi ko nga, hindi na talaga legal ang pag-appreciate sa mga nangyari during the Marcos burial issue. Magiging historical na talaga iyan (I said before, appreciating what happened during the Marcos burial is not a legal issue. It’s a historical issue),” Aquino said.

“History will judge these times na nilibing natin ang isang diktador sa Libingan ng mga Bayani (when we buried a dictator in the Libingan ng mga Bayani),” he added. (PNA)

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