Duterte on US Embassy Riot: 'We are all Filipinos. I do not want anybody hurt there. Not the police, not the young militants.'
President Rodrigo Duterte thinks the rough conflicts amongst demonstrators and the counter mob police ought to stop not just in light of the fact that he is talking peace with socialist and Moro rebels, but since he supposes these TV highlights are getting "cheesy."
The counter American rally at the entryways of the United States Embassy was induced by the left-wing gathering, Bayan, and incorporated a group Moros and Lumads who were challenging the nearness of American troopers in Mindanao. The rally finished savagely with a police watch auto discovered on TV running more than a few demonstrators.
“I do not want a quarrel between the, there is no more left here. I do not want to hear it. From our side, gobyerno right or from the left. Well, we should stop it because we are talking and we are all Filipinos. I do not want anybody hurt there. Not the police, not the young militants,” said Duterte.
Duterte felt that these encounters amongst activists and the police were pointless in light of the fact that he was at that point in profound, isolate arrangements with the comrade and Moro rebels for a peace understanding.
Duterte requested that the activists consider holding exchanges rather than savage mobilizes while he forewarned the police against bringing M-16s and different guns in the dissent activities. [source]