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Congressman Lagman on Tuesday refereed to President Rodrigo Duterte’s mistakes in declaring martial law in Mindanao, as he contended against the move under the decision of the Supreme Court.

“There was a reiteration of truths that ended up being off base,” solicitor and Albay Representative Edcel Lagman said when Justice Mariano del Castillo inquired as to why he was questioning the president’s judgment.

“You were not there (in Marawi), how might you debate?” Del Castillo solicited on the main day from oral contentions on cases scrutinizing the president’s statement of military administer in Mindanao.

Lagman said the candidates “require not be in Marawi City some time recently, amid, and after the assertion,” as realities depended on the official branch’s appraisal, survey, and report submitted to congress.

“The president said in his announcement that the Amai Pakpak Medical Center in Marawi has been overwhelm by the Maute gathering and workers and faculty have been held prisoner. In any case, no not as much as the executive of the healing center said the doctor’s facility was not overran and that no faculty have been held prisoner,” Lagman said under the scrutinizing of del Castillo.

The Albay congressman additionally reminded the judges that President Rodrigo Duterte’s announcement that the beheading of Marawi Police Chief is not true.

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