News PNP to public: New anti-terror law will not be...

PNP to public: New anti-terror law will not be abused


The Philippine National Police assured the public that the newly-signed Anti-Terror Law will not be abused. 

“PNP assures that it wll not be abused and we shall faithfully uplhold all institutional mechanisms that provide safeguards to its implementation,” the statement read. 

President Rodrigo Duterte signed the Anti Terror Bill into law yesterday as announced by presidential spokesperson Harry Roque and Interior Secretary Eduardo Ano. 

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