MANILA, Philippines — Lt. Gen. Rhodel Sermonia, who’s in charge of the Office of the Deputy Chief for Administration of the Philippine National Police (PNP), is not keen on comparing the anti-drug wars of the Marcos administration to that of the Duterte administration.
“I just want to clarify, we are not here to compare the strategy on what we’ve done in the past administration, because I myself was part of that past administration. And we believe that we have been very, very, effective in our police operations in the past,” Sermonia told reporters in a press briefing on Monday.
He had been asked if the current campaign would be “less bloody” than the previous one, considerin…
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