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Communist Party of Philippines says ‘Duterte ouster is highly possible’

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July 2, 2018
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On June 30, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), said that it is unlikely President Rodrigo Duterte would finish his term of office.

“In less than two years, he has become isolated domestically and internationally. Thus, there is high probability that Duterte will not be able to complete his six-year term of office and will be forced out of Malacañang by way of a surge in anti-fascist protest actions or some other means. Far weaker than the Marcos dictatorship, the U.S.-Duterte regime will likely be ousted in a shorter period of time,” the CPP said.

“With every exercise of absolute power, he invites hostility and incites more people to resist his heightening autocratic rule and plans to impose nationwide martial law and establish a fascist dictatorship. In the face of all these, the Filipino people are increasingly determined to push for Duterte’s resignation or removal by any means, at the soonest possible time,” the CPP stressed.

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