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Pulong Duterte rips paint bombers at CHED: What if we vandalize your house?

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Former Davao City vice mayor Paolo Duterte is furious with the students who threw paint bombs at the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) office gate during a recent protest action. 

The President’s son said the vandals who destroyed government property should be taught good manners and right conduct or face the same wrath at their home to learn the lesson. 

“Sa mga batang ito, na kasiraan lang ang tanging layunin para sa bayan, bumalik kayo sa inyong mga magulang at mag-aral ng GMRC,” he wrote on Facebook. 

“Sa isang banda, dahil pasikat kayo, ano kaya ang inyong mararamdaman at gagawin kung pupuntahan namin ang inyong mga bahay at gawin namin sa inyo kung ano exactly ang inyong ginagawa — gaya ng kabastusan at bandalismo? Game?” he added. 

He reminded the young protesters that there were limits to free speech.

“Sa mga kabataang may tunay na malasakit sa bayan at sa mga kapwa Filipino, huwag po natin tularan ang mga ito,” he said.

“Ang freedom of expression ay may mga limitasyon. Hindi kasama sa karapatan na malayang makapagpahayag ang pagsira sa mga ari-arian, gamit, at inprastraktura ng gobyerno,” he said.

Based on a Facebook post by the Philippine Collegian, the student leaders from various universities were calling for free education during the protest rally at the CHED office last February 7.

LOOK: Ang hitsura ng gate ng Commission on Higher Education matapos ang "paint bombing" ng ilang estudyante. Ipinu-protesta ng mga estudyante ang nakaambang tuition increase, mandatory ROTC at drug testing sa mga mag-aaral. Super Radyo DZBB 594khz

Posted by Glen Juego on Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Student leaders from various universities charged the gates of the Commission on Higher Education with calls for free education, February 7.#FreeEducForAll#StopFeeIncreases#UpholdDemocraticRights

Posted by Philippine Collegian on Thursday, 7 February 2019