Tulfo brothers’ ACT-CIS party-list to push for death penalty
The new Anti-Crime And Terrorism through Community Involvement and Support (ACT-CIS) will endorse the revival of death penalty to curb crimes in the country if elected in the 2019 polls.
The party-list group, focused on championing the rights of people against crimes and abuses, is reportedly organized by brothers Raffy and Erwin Tulfo.
Eric Go Yap, first nominee of the group, said they would prioritize the restoration of capital punishment, noting that some people were no longer afraid to commit crimes.
He said they support the President’s war on drugs and illegal crimes, which he claimed has restored investor confidence in the country, and wanted to strengthen the laws against criminality.
Yap and two other nominees Raffy’s wife Joceyln Tulfo and broadcaster Niña Taduran have filed their certificates of nomination at the Commission on Elections last week.