Leila De Lima, Rodrigo Duterte, Walden Bello, Rappler Thought Leaders

Leila De Lima, Rodrigo Duterte

[OPINION] Part 2 | De Lima on the wreckage of the Duterte years and how to emerge from it

In the second part of Walden Bello's interview with Senator Leila de Lima, the detained lawmaker talks about the Duterte Cabinet, the military, the GCTA mess, and moves to crush the opposition

16.9.2019

In the second part of Walden Bello 's interview with Senator Leila de Lima, the detained lawmaker talks about the Duterte Cabinet, the military, the GCTA mess, and moves to crush the opposition

In the second part of Walden Bello 's interview with Senator Leila de Lima, the detained lawmaker talks about the Duterte Cabinet, the military, the GCTA mess, and moves to crush the opposition

in this country? Is this a case of a Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde split personality? Or is he scared of what the military would do if he moves against the Americans by, say, terminating the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA)?

, despite all the EJKs and his going back on his key promises. Do you think most Filipinos have outsourced their politics to the President, so that he and his buddies can do anything they like? Do you think the people are complicit in Duterte's EJKs? Is it a question of being ill-informed or of people not wanting to be informed and to think? Daniel Goldhagen in his book

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[OPINION] De Lima on the wreckage of the Duterte years and how to emerge from itFormer congressman Walden Bello interviews detained Senator Leila de Lima. In the first part of their interview, De Lima weighs in on Philippines-China relations, Dutertenomics, and Metro Manila traffic.

De Lima: Duterte to ‘leave a generation of beggars’ after oil deal with ChinaSenator Leila de Lima hits the 'gall of the President to even think of setting aside our legal victory at The Hague' in favor of the joint exploration deal with China in the West Philippine Sea.

De Lima offended by Gordon’s GCTA insinuationsDetained opposition Senator Leila de Lima said Saturday she takes “deep offense” to the posturing and outlandish “theory” of her colleague, Senator Richard J, Gordon, that the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the controversial Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) law during her term as Justice Secretary was meant to be a money-making machine.

[OPINION] De Lima on the wreckage of the Duterte years and how to emerge from itFormer congressman Walden Bello interviews detained Senator Leila de Lima. In the first part of their interview, De Lima weighs in on Philippines-China relations, Dutertenomics, and Metro Manila traffic.

De Lima: Duterte to ‘leave a generation of beggars’ after oil deal with ChinaSenator Leila de Lima hits the 'gall of the President to even think of setting aside our legal victory at The Hague' in favor of the joint exploration deal with China in the West Philippine Sea.

De Lima offended by Gordon’s GCTA insinuationsDetained opposition Senator Leila de Lima said Saturday she takes “deep offense” to the posturing and outlandish “theory” of her colleague, Senator Richard J, Gordon, that the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the controversial Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) law during her term as Justice Secretary was meant to be a money-making machine.

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