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The Filipino president arrived on Tuesday for an historic visit to Beijing.
His chief of staff said that the president would meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday to discuss the issue of human rights.
In his address, Duterte stressed that he would not give in to any pressure to close down his drug trade.
“It was very unfortunate when the chief justice said that we have to shut the business of criminality,” he said.
“I agree with him (the chief justice). I will tell them I will not close the business of narcotics.”
“If these guys try to do this [prosecute drug lords] then you will meet me. We will go out there,” he added.
The president said that he was certain that his visit to China would be a success.
“I am here to meet the president, I am here to listen to him and he is here to listen to me as well,” he said.
The president said that he will not allow violence in the country to interfere with the good work being done by the government and that it will not be necessary to close down his narcotics business.
He assured the officials of his strong support to the ruling party’s campaign, saying that it was the only way for the party to becjarvees.comome stronger, because the “establishment” was collapsing.
“What they are saying is바카라 true. It is impossible. It is impossible. A new government has no mandate from its people,” he said.
‘I will not let it happen again’, said Duterte to China’s president
Duterte said that it was the responsibility of the government to solve the problems in Davao City and that it will stop them if they try to disrupt his peace initiative.
However, the president has said that his approach to drug crimes in Davao City has not been “abysmal”.
During an earlier visit to Davao City by Vice President Jejomar Binay in 2013, Duterte said that it was due to local residents helping each other to solve the city’s drug problems, and that he had not seen such a positive effect. —With a report from Inquirer reporter Paul Quiñones