Palace to VP Robredo on traffic issues: “Magbigay na lang kasi kayo ng proposal para makatulong kayo sa pamahalaan!”

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Malacanang Palace asked Vice President Leni Robredo to stop criticizing the government over the traffic issues in the country and give them something that could help to solve the problem instead.

In an interview, Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo urged the Vice President to give solutions instead of complaining about the possible transportation crisis happening in the country.

According to Panelo, criticizing the government cannot solve the problem on traffic.

“Tama na ‘yang kritisismo. Ang gawin niyo na lang, ‘yung mga mahilig maghamon eh magbigay kayo ng mga mungkahi kung papaano kayo makakatulong sa pamahalaan, mga magagandang proposal gaya ni VP Leni,” said Panelo.

“Hindi makakatulong ‘yan. Magbigay na lang kasi kayo ng proposal para makatulong kayo sa pamahalaan. ‘Yun ang solusyon dun,” he added.

Panelo is responding to Robredo’s statement on her radio show, criticizing the presidential spokesperson for insisting that there’s no transportation crisis happening in the country.

“‘Yung nakakalungkot lang ‘pag public official ‘yung nagsasabing walang krisis. Kasi ‘pag sinabi mong walang krisis, wala ka talagang gagawin, kasi para sa ‘yo walang problema. Para sa atin, ‘yung pinakaunang paraan para may gawin, ‘yung pagtanggap na talagang malaki ‘yung problema,” Robredi said.

Meanwhile, the camp of Robredo defended the Vice President saying that they’re suggesting solutions to the government.

“Handa naman lagi si VP Leni na tumulong, dati pa naman siya nagbibigay ng mungkahi” Gutierrez said in a statement.

“Ang tanong lang, pagkatapos ng mahigit tatlong taon sa puwesto, ngayon lang naghahanap ng solusyon ang gobyernong matagal ng nangangako ng mabilis na sagot sa traffic? Parang pati ata pagtugon sa traffic ay na-traffic din,” he added.

Several days ago, Panelo performed the commute challenge and traveled from Marikina to Malacanang by using public transportation.

He arrived at Malacanang after almost four hours of commuting using jeepneys and a motorcycle.

However, after the challenge, Panelo said that there’s still no transportation crisis, but he said that the country is facing traffic problems.

 

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