Sara Duterte asks ABS-CBN to practice fair reporting: ‘Andami niyo na nga kalaban gusto niyo pa dagdagan’
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Sara Duterte asks ABS-CBN to practice fair reporting: ‘Andami niyo na nga kalaban gusto niyo pa dagdagan’

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ABS-CBN may face a growing list of enemies if it will not change its alleged unfair reporting.

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte Carpio made a direct appeal to the media giant to be fair in its reports, saying many people are already annoyed with the network. The latest comment from the mayor came after the ABS-CBN published an online article “Sara Duterte defends father’s Davao trip: President is frontliner.”

Mayor Sara said she gave a “mouthful of numbers as legal basis” that justified the President’s return trip to Davao other than the “frontliner” explanation. Government flights, she said, is allowed during the quarantine period.

“Alam niyo Abs-Cbn kaya marami naiinis sa inyo dahil nanadya kayo. Apart from this sassy answer, I gave a mouthful of numbers as legal basis, aba kahit isa wala man lang kayo sinulat. Ansabe ko IATF Omnibus Guide dated 15 May 2020 Sec. 7 (2) 2 at Notam DIA exemption to restricted travel 2) Government flights. Andami niyo na nga kalaban gusto niyo pa dagdagan,” she said in an Instagram post.

“Kung sabagay pasok naman na sila Espasol, Sapin-Sapin at Chicharon sa bulsa eh noh, 6 months to 25 years. So tuloy lang tayo sa bias. Magsulat kayo maayos oi,” she said.

The President flew back to Davao City last weekend after two months of spending his time in Manila when the lockdown started. The Palace defended that the President wanted to visit his family as well as assess the coronavirus situation in Mindanao.

Mayor Sara also rejected allegations that the ABS-CBN franchise issue facing the network was connected with freedom of speech.

“And for the record, walang connection ang freedom of speech at iba pang kieme ninyo sa isang franchise. Amen,” she said.

The network shut down its free television and radio broadcast operations last May 5 after the National Telecommunications Commission issued a cease and desist order. Its franchise expired last May 4.

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