President-elect Rodrigo Duterte will have a direct hotline where Filipinos can call and tell all their complaints and problems straight to his office. This is according to Duterte himself during an exclusive interview by Mocha Uson this Friday, June 24 in Davao City. The incoming president also talked about death penalty, solution to traffic, etc. Watch the video below.
As posted at Mocha Uson Blog Facebook page, the Mocha Girls vocalist patiently waited for more than 5 hours before she was finally allowed to interview Duterte. This is because of the long line of people from all walks of life (rich and poor, as well as business tycoons) waiting for their rare chance to talk to the incoming president.
Mocha Uson, whose real name is Margaux Uson and a known Duterte supporter, told the incoming president that she made a survey from her over 3.7 million Facebook followers. According to her, she summarized all their concerns and wishes during his first 100 days as the 16th president of the Philippines, with Duterte reading his copy.
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Mocha told Duterte that the wishes includes government employees are not still receiving their benefits despite being employed for so many years. The incoming president said that he noticed that most of the complaints are related to crime and corruption. He reiterated his plan to restore death penalty but it has to pass Congress.
Duterte, who will take oath as president this Thursday, June 30, later asked Mocha Uson about the concern regarding provincial rates. The 34-year old entertainer told him that people living and working in the provinces are wishing that their basic salary would be the same as the ones being received by workers in major cities and Metro Manila.
The incoming president then expressed his huge concern to OFWs (Overseas Filipino Workers), noting that he plans to divide the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) into two. Duterte said his purpose is to create a separate government agency that will act as a one-stop shop for all OFWs and Filipinos to want to work abroad.
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On the last part of the Part 1 interview, Duterte said that there will be direct hotline to the president’s office so that he will immediately know the problems of every Filipino. According to him, the ‘Isumbong mo kay Duterte’ system will be operated by 7 or 10 female operators, 24 hours a day. He added that all concerns will go directly to him.
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