SEN. TRILLANES TOMULO LUHA PRIVILEGE SPPEECH,NAPAHIYA SA BUONG SENATE PATE SA MGA GUEST



Senators Antonio Trillanes IV and Alan Peter Cayetano traded insults anew on Monday, with the latter saying that he would not “retreat” from his erstwhile friend. The exchange between the two came after Trillanes delivered a privilege speech asking the Senate to look into the alleged “direct” involvement of President Rodrigo Duterte in the more than 1,000 people allegedly killed by the Davao Death Squad. After Trillanes’ speech, Cayetano stood up to interpellate his colleague. But after answering some of questions, Trillanes complained that Cayetano was not debating him but was delivering a “monologue.” “The gentleman is saying that this is a debate but it has been a monologue since around 4:20, I’m confused now. He started with the masking tape, he jumped to his parlor, whatever then to Senate President (Blas) Ople. Where is the debate?” Trillanes asked. “I’ll show him where the debate is. The debate is when I ask him a question but he keeps answering me na motion na (that it’s time for a motion),” Cayetano said. “I don’t think its parliamentary feasible for one senator to stand up and expect na wala na lang magtatanong (that no one would ask questions) and we just take their statements hook, line and sinker. Having said that, I apologize for my style, kanya kanyang style kasi iyan (each senator has his or her own style),” he added. Trillanes again explained why he was pushing for a Senate probe of Duterte. “I’m not here to oust anybody, well not yet at least. But I’m just here proposing to investigate a very serious matter and I believe the gentleman has a bottomless spit of wisdom and I’m going to concede that he’s even wiser than me many times over but again let’s get to the point,” he said. “But if the gentleman keeps on saying that I would want to run away, if he’d recall when I sat beside him during the hearing, he was the one who ran away. Now unless you want me to go near you again, just say so,” the senator added. Trillanes was referring to his controversial “hindi kita papopormahin” remark during one of the hearings of the Senate committees on justice and human rights, and public order into the alleged extrajudicial killings in the country. He since then apologized to Cayetano for his remark and for turning the latter’s microphone while he was grilling a self-confessed assassin, Edgar Matobato.


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