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Malacanang on anti-Duterte OFW: Decision on deportation to be made by Taiwan gov’t


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The deportation of an OFW who is a critic of the Philippine administration lies on the government of Taiwan, Malacanang said.

“We leave the Filipino caregiver to the jurisdiction of Taiwanese authorities because deportation is really a decision to be made by Taiwanese authorities, which forms part of China,” Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque said in an ANC report.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Taiwan has recently rejected the Philippine Overseas Labor Office to deport a caregiver who has been airing her negative comments against President Rodrigo Duterte’s response on the pandemic.

According to the Manila Economic and Cultural Office, the migrant worker is Taiwan is set to appear before the labor official in Yunlin country to explain the incident.

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