Palace wants people's voice heard on Chacha
Manila (9 October) -- The Arroyo administration want the true voice of the Filipino people to be heard on the on-going deliberation of issues in amending the 1987 Constitution.
The stand of the Palace on the issue was echoed by Presidential Spokesman Ignacio Bunye in a press briefing.
Bunye, who is also the Press Secretary and chair of the Presidential Communications Group, said that instead of mudslinging over the Chacha issues, its critics should let the process take its constitutional course.
He added that "if critics of Charter change are confident that their arguments would be upheld by the people, then there is no reason why they should refuse to put it to a test." (PIA-MMIO) [top]