Former UNESCO Finance and Administration Officer says LP is now DEAD, here's why
Members of the Liberal Party, photo from GMA News
Eric Clark Su shared in his Facebook account the viable opinion of Jose Alejandrino, a former Chief for Finance and Administration Sector of the UNESCO regarding on Liberal Party’s move on riding on Kian’s controversial death.



Alejandrino said that he was able to listen to the hearing pertaining to Kian’s remarkable death. “I approached people there and asked them at random whether they were listening to the testimonies at the hearing. I asked nearly two dozen people. They were not interested about Kian.”  Alejandro further stated that the people  he asked said that hearing such issue is such a waste of time and the drug related problems must be tackled by the President himself.

Alejandrino also stated that Sen. Frank Drilon would want for the Ombudsman have the case of the law enforcers who were being pointed as the killers of Kian. He also said that Drilon would want to make it look like peace and order in this country is failing and that the justice is not well served in the present situation.

Feeling discontented by the common taos’ response to his question, Alejandrino asked his personal household helper on why they would not watch procedures on inquiry on Kian’s Death. “I asked the domestic help why they were not listening to the Kian hearing. They preferred to watch one of those game shows on the TV in the kitchen.”

Alejandrino said that the people does not care on such issues anymore. He even compared Drilon crushing his head to a concrete wall, just like what Trillanes did.

“Frank, face it. The LP is dead.” He said.



See full post below.
GRASPING ON KIAN SHOWS THAT THE LIBERAL PARTY IS TRULY DEAD AND FINISHED

By Jose Alejandrino

I was tuned in on the Kian Senate hearing over my IPhone when I was at SM.

I approached people there and asked them at random whether they were listening to the testimonies at the hearing. I asked nearly two dozen people. They were not interested about Kian. One said those hearings were a waste of time. Another said he would leave the drug problem to the president.

I was amused by the exchange between Frank Drilon and Sec. Aguirre. Drilon was trying to bait him to agree to the Ombudsman taking charge of the case against the policemen. He kept insisting that it was to allay the impression of the people that justice would not be served. Aguirre didn't fall for the bait knowing the Ombudsman was an Aquino appointee. He politely told Drilon to go fish. The impression of the people? 82 percent support the president, Aguirre rightly replied.

When I returned home, I asked the domestic help why they were not listening to the Kian hearing. They preferred to watch one of those game shows on the TV in the kitchen.

Sorry, Frank, it seems the common Tao don't care about those hearings. You're banging your head against a brick wall like Trillanes. If the Senate was abolished tomorrow, what do you think will be their reaction? Will they go out to Edsa and protest? Maybe a few hundred like you had to celebrate Ninoy Aquino last August 21. That's just my guess. But I'm willing to bet I'll be right.

Frank, face it. The LP is dead.
Source: Jose Alejandrino via Erick Clark Su



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Former UNESCO Finance and Administration Officer says LP is now DEAD, here's why Former UNESCO Finance and Administration Officer says LP is now DEAD, here's why Reviewed by FilipiNews PH on Tuesday, September 05, 2017 Rating: 5

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