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Enemies of the state? Jollibee, PLDT, Dole, Century Tuna named in ‘Oust Duterte Movement’

 

Enemies of the state? Jollibee, PLDT, Dole, Century Tuna named in ‘Oust Duterte Movement’

Presidential son Paolo Duterte has released a damning list of individuals and organizations behind a movement seeking the ouster of President Rodrigo Duterte.

Included in the politically-charged document are six corporations:

1) PLDT which is majority owned by Indonesia’s Salim- Manuel V.
Pangilinan Group, and John Gokongwei

2) Fastfood giant Jollibee Foods Corp. of Tony Tancaktiong

3) Dole Philippines, part of an American multinatonal firm which is
the largest fruit and vegetable exporter in the world

4) General Tuna Corp., the country’s top canned tuna maker (Century)

5) Philsaga Mining Corp., a gold miner in Davao

6) Sumi Philippines Wiring System, a wire harness exporter owned by
Japan’s Sumitomo and based at the Hermosa Industrial Park in Bataan.

In a Facebook post, Paolo said that he wanted to share the nearly 50 names and organizations detailed in a list (in Excel format) that was sent to him.

The other individuals and organizations on the list are:

1) Vice President Leni Robredo

2) Senator Leila de Lima

3) Senator Risa Hontiveros

4) Associate Justice Carpio

5) Associate Justice Marvic Leonen

6) Former Chief Justice Hilario Davide

7) Former Vice President Jojo Binay

8) Former Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa

9) Former Social Welfare Secretary Dinky Soliman

10) Former Budget Secretary Butch Abad

11) Former PNP Chief Alan Purisima

12) Former Agrarian Reform Secretary Rene Villa

13) Former Peace Adviser Ging Deles

14) Former Anti-Poverty Secretary Imelda Nicolas

15) Former Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima

16) Former Trade Secretary Juan Santos

17) Former Customs Commissioner Alberto Lina
18) Former Customs Commissioner Guillermo Parayno

19) Former National Security Adviser Norberto Gonzales

20) Former Political Adviser Ronald Llamas

21) Former Senator Francisco Tatad

22) Retired Gen. Victor Corpuz

23) Retired Gen. Guillermo Cunanan

24) Ret. Gen. George Lampe

25) Bishop Broderick Pabilo

26) Bishop Leo M. Drona

27) Bishop Antonio Realubin Tobias

28) Bishop Deogracias Iniguez

29) Bishop Julo Xavier Labayen

30) Bishop Pablo Virgilio David

31) Bishop Arturo Santos

32) Movement Against Tyranny

33) Tindig Pilipinas

34) Makabayan Bloc

35) Pagcor Director Carmen Pedrosa

36) Don Ramon Pedrosa

37) UP Professor Randy David

38) Former Press Secretary Ducky Paredes

39) Rappler’s Maria Ressa

40) Vera Files’ Ellen Tordesillas

41) TV5’s Ed Lingao

42) Millennial students of Jesuit-run schools led by Ateneo

Pulong said the individuals and groups were meeting at the Maryhill School of Theology in New Manila, Alfredo’s and Annabelle’s Restaurants at Tomas Morato Avenue, Pandesalan and Sulu, Rembrandt and UP Hotels in Quezon City.

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