‘Nothing to be feared, on the proposed anti-terror bill’ – Defense chief

Walang umanong dapat ikatakot at ipangamba ang publiko hinggil sa iminimungkahi na Anti-Terrorism Act.

There is no question that the public should be alarmed and alarmed about the proposed Anti-Terrorism Act.

According to Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, there is no basis for emerging criticism on this.

The secretary said they have proposed measures and sanctions for law enforcers who abuse their authority and authority.

In addition, there are sufficient provisions in the bill on human rights contained in the anti-terror bill.

The secretary had previously announced that the HSA of 2007 would be considered toothless and unhelpful, not “responsive” to the security threat a country faces.


According to Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, there is no basis for emerging criticism on this.

The secretary said they have proposed measures and sanctions for law enforcers who abuse their authority and authority.

In addition, there are sufficient provisions in the bill on human rights contained in the anti-terror bill.

The secretary had previously announced that the HSA of 2007 would be considered toothless and unhelpful, not “responsive” to the security threat a country faces.

Meanwhile, Interior Secretary Eduardo Año, former head of the Philippine armed forces, has urged the bill to be supported because it is “very timely.”

According to Año, terrorists are a real threat to not only the country but also the whole world.

President Rodrigo Duterte has also approved the urgent bill to speed up the passage of Congress.