Vice President Jejomar Binay accuses traffic enforcers of preventing United Nationalist Alliance supporters from going to proclamation rally

Lira Dalangin-Fernandez of InterAksyon.com reports that on Wednesday, February 13, Vice President Jejomar Binay "vowed to take action against police and traffic regulators who allegedly blocked supporters of the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) from attending the proclamation rally of the party’s senatorial candidates."

Lira Dalangin-Fernandez of InterAksyon.com reports that on Wednesday, February 13, Vice President Jejomar Binay "vowed to take action against police and traffic regulators who allegedly blocked supporters of the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) from attending the proclamation rally of the party’s senatorial candidates." The rally was held in in Cebu City on Tuesday, February 12.

The report noted: "Binay alleged that it was apparent that the administration used the police and the Land Transportation Office to prevent their members from attending the UNA rally." According to the report, Binay added that he "did not know of any rules from the Commission on Elections banning the use of vehicles during campaign rallies."

The report quoted Binay, who said, "Umaapela lang ako, sama-sama tayo, magpakita tayo ng bagong pulitika na hindi gagamitin ang mga tanggapan ng pamahalaan para manakot at masira ang paggamit ng karapatan ng pagboto (I am appealing for us to be together in showing a new politics that will not utilize government agencies to threaten the right to vote)."

 

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