Duterte son confirms mass resignation of House staffers, says they’ll be replaced by his trusted people

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DAVAO CITY—Rep. Paolo “Pulong” Duterte, the President’s son, said he would bring trusted people from Davao City to take over the work of his staffers who resigned en masse.

Duterte confirmed the resignation of his entire staff, including his chief-of-staff, lawyer Sherwin Castaneda, and six others. He, however, did not discuss the reason for the mass resignation.

Duterte said his former chief-of-staff was in a better position to answer questions on the reason for the mass resignation.

“For me, everything is over. We parted ways well,” said Duterte partly in Filipino.

His statement came on the heels of a statement by party-list Rep. Eric Yap, of ACT-CIS, who ad…

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