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Vivian Velez spearheads #OccupyOVP to ask for Leni Robredo's resignation

Vivian Velez and her group trooped to the office of the Vice President to protest the recent actions of Leni Robredo against the Duterte administration.

Earlier this week, Leni Robredo sent a video to the UN to supposedly report the situation in the country. It turns out, Leni got the wrong intel.
Dave Luchansky
PTPA Dave Luchansky
Malacanang Palace has refuted Robredo's statements and said that Robredo 'mistakenly describes as substituting a relative for a missing drug personality.'
While she has the right to speak freely on matters of public concern, she also has the responsibility to be careful with her statements especially avoiding unfounded allegations from questionable sources.

The Philippine National Police’s (PNP) "palit-ulo" scheme, which the Vice President gravely misunderstood, refers to a commitment of a drug suspect to provide assistance in the arrest of a "bigger fish" in the illegal drug syndicate, whether an up-line/superior/supplier of the arrested suspect, in exchange for lighter charges.
Velez revealed that they didn't plan for the #OccupyOVP to happen today and just spontaneously went to the area.

"I'm fighting for the future of my children," Velez said.

Here's the video which aired on her Facebook page:

Velez said they will stay as long as they can and are waiting for others to come and join them.

Boracay Mansion is located at Number 100 11th Street, New Manila, Quezon City, Metro Manila.

UPDATE: Vivian Velez has reported that protesters outside of OVP are starting to swell.

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