Robredo, Jollibee, PLDT, bishops, Jesuit-educated millennials part of oust Duterte plot, Paolo Duterte says
Former Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte has bared a massive opposition network, including several yellow politikos, Catholic bishops and companies, allegedly seeking to oust President Duterte from office.
A copy of the list, titled “ANTI-ADMINISTRATION GROUP, OUST DUTERTE MOVEMENT,” was posted on Facebook by the President’s son who claimed he wanted to share it online.
Among those identified in the alleged oust Duterte plot are Vice President Leni Robredo, former Vice President Jejomar Binay, Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio, former Chief Justice Hilario Davide, Associate Justice Marvic Leonen, Senators Leila de Lima and Risa Hontiveros, former Senator Francisco Tatad, and several former government officials allied with former President Aquino.
Also implicated in the list were seven Catholic prelates namely Bishop Broderick Pabilo, Bishop Leo Drona, Bishop Antonio Tobias, Bishop Deogracias Iñiguez, Bishop Julio Xavier Labayen, Bishop Pablo David and Bishop Arturo Santos.
The companies mentioned in the list are Jollibee Food Corp, Dole Philippines, PLDT, Philsaga Mining Corp., General Tuna Corp., and Sumi Philipines Wiring System.
Filipino-American businesswoman Imelda Nicholas and PAGCOR director Carmen Pedrosa and her husband Ramon Pedrosa were also dragged in the controversy under “Opus Dei (Funds)” category.
Others included in the list are retired military officer Victor Corpuz, and retired generals “Cunanan” and “Lampe, columnists Randy David and Ducky Paredes, and journalists Maria Ressa, Ellen Tordesillas , and Ed Lingao.
The former senior government officials alleged involved in the oust Duterte plot were former Social Welfare Secretary Dinky Soliman, former Budget Secretary Butch Abad, former police chief Allan Purisima, former Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa, former agrarian reform Secretary Rene Villa, former anti-poverty commission head Imelda Nicolas, former Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima, former Customs chief Alberto Lina, former Trade Secretary Juan Santos, former Customs commissioner Guillermo Parayno, former political adviser Ronald Lamas.
“Millennial students studying at Jesuit-run schools” were also mentioned in the list.
Movement Against Tyranny, Tindig Pilipinas and Makabayan bloc, and other militant groups were also linked to the alleged plot against the President.