President Rodrigo Duterte has called out several militant groups conducting protest actions during his visit to Hong Kong on Thursday.
According to the President, when Filipinos who are protesting in Hong Kong are deported he will not accept them in the country.
“I said, what did you do for the country? So when you’re deported, I will not accept you either. P ***** i **, “the President said.
The Filipino militants who led the protest before President Duterte’s meeting in the Filipino community in Kowloon was organized by Eman Villanueva of Bagong Alyansang Makabayan based in Hong Kong and Macau.
It is prohibited for a Filipino to join a protest action if it is overseas, as well as foreigners who participate in protest or rally when in the Philippines.
WATCH: Eman Villanueva, chairman of Bayan-Macau, says OFWs here in Hong Kong fear for the lives of their families in Philippines because of President Duterte's drug war. | via @alexisbromero pic.twitter.com/G5hRBBc9Yn
— Philstar.com (@PhilstarNews) April 12, 2018
According to previous report, President Duterte proclaimed that militant groups will be included on the list of international terrorists including members of the communist groups in the country.
Duterte to militant groups: If you think that I’m a fascist and a killer, why are you talking to me? pic.twitter.com/nIPnza84NN
— CNN Philippines (@cnnphilippines) November 14, 2017