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Central Luzon cops to observe maximum tolerance during protests

May 16, 2022 @ 9:35
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The Central Luzon police vowed to observe maximum tolerance during any protest rallies over the election results.

Police Regional Office 3 director Matthew Baccay ordered his subordinates on Friday to “observe maximum tolerance in case there are groups that would push through with their mass action.”

The official urged groups conducting mass protests to “respect the mandate” of the government forces to serve and protect.

“The Philippine National Police (PNP) respects the conduct of protest actions as we understand the sentiments of the supporters so we also hope that the protesters will also respect the rules to ensure everyone’s safety especially now that health protocols are still being implemented,” he said in a statement.

“We, in the PNP, risked our lives to ensure a secure, accurate, and fair electoral process. We did our part, it is now your turn to give yours. Everyone’s voice is as important as respecting the results of the elections,” he said.

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