PLANONG PAGTALIKOD KAY PRRD AT TAGONG AKSYON SA WPS NG ILANG MILITARY OFFICERS, FAKE NEWS—AFP CHIEF

Ni Trish Alcantara
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Mariing pinabulaanan ni AFP Chief of Staff General Cirilito Sobejana ang Viber group diumano ng retired at active military officers na may planong bawiin ang suporta kay Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte at magsagawa ng hindi awtorisadong aksyon para solusyunan ang isyu sa WPS.

Tiwala diumano ang AFP sa pamamalakad ng gobyerno sa sitwasyon sa mga pinag-aagawang teritoryo at ang diplomatikong approach nito sa pagprotekta sa soberanya ng Pilipinas.

Gayunpaman, sinabi ng AFP na alerto sila sa mga indibidwal o grupo na nagpaplanong pabagsakin ang gobyerno sa pamamagitan ng fake news o propaganda.

Sa inilabas na pahayag ng AFP nitong Abril 18, “The AFP commits to the nation its unflinching loyalty to the Constitution and the duly constituted authorities. We assure our people that the soldiers, airmen, sailors and marines of the AFP are firmly behind the chain-of-command.”

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