Christians march to protest against bad policies on human

They said bloody war that was established by President Rodrigo Duterte and his efforts to reinstate death penalty was not good.

Christians march to protest against bad policies on human

They said bloody war that was established by President Rodrigo Duterte and his efforts to reinstate death penalty was not good.

24 February 2018 Saturday 17:09
Christians march to protest against bad policies on human

CHRISTIANS, particularly Catholics in Philippines are out to oppose against bad policies on human introduced by the government.

According to Reuters the main policy that most of them have been complaining that was of pro-life.

They said bloody war that was established by President Rodrigo Duterte and his efforts to reinstate death penalty was not good.

As a results thousands of them marched in Manila on Saturday to protest against President Rodrigo’s move

The protests come a day after students in the capital and provincial universities held demonstrations against Duterte, and a day before the 32nd anniversary of the “People Power” revolution that drove dictator Ferdinand Marcos into exile.

Catholic devotees prayed the rosary and sang hymns as bishops and the Philippines’ own cardinal read sermons against what they say are not “pro-life” policies in the government.

The protesters carried banners and placards with the massage “Protect and Defend the Sanctity of Life and Marriage,” “End Impunity” and “Stop the Killings.”

Despite criticism of the Philippine leader’s bloody war on drugs campaign, Duterte remains wildly popular and a trusted public official in the Southeast Asian nation.

The Social Weather Station’s (SWS) latest quarterly poll shows Duterte’s trust rating bounced back to “excellent” in December from “very high” three months before. Another survey by the privately-run pollster gave his government the best rating so far for a Philippine administration since surveys started in the 1980s.

The Catholic Church protested the pending bills in Congress introducing divorce and re-imposing capital punishment.

The majority of the Philippines’ 105 million people are Catholic. Despite the popularity of the anti-drugs crackdown, some sectors of the church have become increasingly vocal on the drugs killings, with the church calling for justice and offering sanctuary to drug users.

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