Palace warns Robredo ‘could be treading on dangerous grounds’

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Published November 17, 2019, 10:47 AM

By Genalyn D. Kabiling

Vice President Leni Robredo could tread on “dangerous grounds” and commit an “overreach” of her authority if she reveals state secrets to foreigners and welcome those who trample the country’s sovereignty, Malacañang said Sunday.

Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo

Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo made the statement after President Duterte vowed to remove Robredo as anti-drug czar if she commits such acts that harm the welfare of the people.

“The President stated that disclosing classified information of the Philippine Government to foreign individuals and entities will cause the removal of the Vice President from her current post,” he said in a statement.

“Revealing State secrets to foreign individuals and entities as well as welcoming those

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