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Taiwan OFW who attacked Duterte: Bakit hindi si Mocha Uson ang mag apologize?

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The overseas Filipino worker who was requested to be deported by the Philippine Overseas Labor Office in Taiwan spoke up, asking why she needs to apologize for airing her political opinions on Facebook.

“Bakit ako ang kailangan mag-apology? Bakit hindi si Mocha Usin, hindi si Thinking Pinoy, su Andrew Olivar, si Sass Sasot? Ako’y simpleng tao lang. Wala akong batas na nilabag doon sa video,” OFW Linn Ordidor was quoted as saying by Rappler.

The labor office in Taiwan had requested the Taiwan authorities to deport the the caregiver for being critical of the President Rodrigo Duterte.

Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs rejected the deportation of the OFW, saying that foreign workers enjot freedom of speech and citizen treatment.

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