Malacañang on Sunday expressed its sincerity by stating that they are open to dialogue with groups who joined the anti-government rally last September 21, “National Day of Protest.”
Last week, thousands took to the streets to rally against the Duterte administration’s blunders. Anti-Duterte protesters who came from all walks of life gathered in different parts of Metro Manila to condemn the growing drug-related killings, police abuses, human rights violations, martial law, and much more.
According to Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella, being the president of all Filipinos, President Rodrigo Duterte remains open to all forms of constructive criticism.
Likewise, Abella added that the President does not turn a blind eye on matters concerning the Filipino people such as the large-scale demonstrations last week.