From The Manila Times: “The first line of defense against violent extremism, I believe, is education; creating awareness and cultivating our young people’s critical thinking and resilience will equip them with skills they need to detect and reject violent extremism and make informed decisions and contest extremist ideologies,” (Lacson) said.
Continue reading “📰 Threat groups use social media to spread extremism – Lacson [Manila Times]”
In an interview, Sen. Lacson answers questions on:
– the hearing on ROW issues in General Santos City
– possible extension of martial law in Mindanao
Quotes from the interview… Continue reading “#PingSays: Possible martial law extension in Mindanao, Joint Session, Syndicate in the DPWH | Dec. 11, 2017”
In an interview on DWIZ, Sen. Lacson answered questions on:
– Marawi fighting
– Rehab works in Marawi
– Atio Castillo hazing case
Quotes from the interview… Continue reading “Interview on DWIZ | Oct. 21, 2017”
Sa panayam sa DZBB, sinagot ni Sen. Lacson ang tanong sa:
– Paano dapat tratuhin ang inpormasyon tungkol sa banta sa seguridad
– Kung sapat na ang dagdag na x-ray machine para tigilan ang katiwalian sa BOC
Quotes from the interview… Continue reading “Panayam ng DZBB | Agosto 3, 2017”
Sa panayam, nagbigay ng pahayag si Sen. Lacson tungkol sa:
– kontrobersya sa Customs
– pagtugon sa banta sa seguridad at sitwasyon sa Marawi
– ipinatawag ng Pangulo na pulong sa Malakanyang
Quotes from the interview… Continue reading “#PingSays: Kontrobersya sa BOC, banta sa seguridad, at ipinatawag ng Pangulo na pulong sa Malakanyang | Agosto 2, 2017”
At the Kapihan sa Senado forum, Sen. Lacson answers questions on:
– the Marawi crisis
– the relocation of the Senate
– no plan to investigate incident at Resorts World Manila
– bill to remove conflict of interest at PAGCOR
– case vs Marvin Marcos and co. over Mayor Espinosa killing
– National ID system
Quotes from the interview…
Continue reading “Kapihan sa Senado forum | June 8, 2017”
Since the Armed Forces of the Philippines has already declassified the confiscated video showing how Maute planned the Marawi City rebellion, I think I can now disclose that this video footage, among other disclosures in the security briefing made by top security officials of the Duterte administration during our executive caucus, is what made me decide to vote in favor of the martial law proclamation in Mindanao.
Further, I conclude that our colleagues who still oppose the martial law proclamation either did not understand the gravity of the security threat posed by the rebellion in the south, or they are simply opposed to anything that President Duterte does or acts on.
The authorities should milk that cash recovery with all the valuable intelligence information that our troops may put into good use with possibly identifying the financiers of the Maute terrorists that attacked Marawi City and other co-conspirators.
For one, the owner of the establishment where the monies were recovered should be background investigated at the very least. Or, that could be the loot taken by the Maute attackers from the banks in Marawi City.
Either way, I take my hat off to our soldiers. No matter how battle-weary they are and considering the risk of life they’re going through, they were not tempted with the prospect of a comfortable life for themselves and their families. Instead, and stuck to their honor and integrity as professional members of the AFP.