SAN PEDRO CITY – The camp of slain Tanauan City mayor Antonio Halili said they were “saddened” by President Duterte’s pronouncements, linking the Batangas mayor to illegal drugs and asked some “degree of civility” during this difficult time.
Early, Palace spokesman Harry Roque vowed justice to the family of Halili, whom he called a strong ally of the President in the campaign against drugs.
“It’s saddening… then here comes the president saying (Halili was involved in drugs). How about some degree of civility,” said Tanauan city spokesperson Gerard Laresma, in a phone interview Tuesday.
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