The Philippine Government don’t see any reason to declare a revolutionary government.
“We appreciate the President’s supporters of RevGov., but I think that there is no factual or legal basis on this as of now because the President said that he would consider a revolutionary government if the stabilizers will persist their plan to have him remove from office,” said Harry Roque, Presidential Spokesperson during a press conference in Malacañang of the south at Panacan Davao City on November 27, Monday.
This is Malacañang’s reaction the upcoming nationwide simultaneous rally on November 30, Thursday.
He said that the governement do not see any threat in the near future.
“The President enjoys an 80-percent approval rating, he was duly elected with a margin of 5 million votes from the second highest candidate. So he is the de jure, he is constitutional, he enjoys public support, he has the support of Congress, so we see no reason to declare revolutionary government ,” he said.
He said that the Philippine government appreciates the support of the President’s supporters but we assure them that the President is on top, he was duly elected and he is hugely popular.
Roque predicted that the popularity of the President will even go up to 80 percent.
The nationwide simultaneous rally on November 30 seeks to grant President Duterte “revolutionary powers” to pave the way for federalism and a shift to a parliamentary form of government. The Davao City rally will be will be held at the Crocodile Farm and will be attended by people from all over Mindanao.
The organizers are expecting around three million participants of simultaneous rally.The participants here in Mindanao will be coming from Butuan and Sultan Kudarat, will be coming to Davao and from Bukidnon the participants will go to Cagayan de Oro, while Zambuanga will be going to Ipil.