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Aug 2, 2020


Department of Corrections (BuCor) boss Director General Gerald Bantag said he is "1,000 percent" for reimposing the death penalty in the nation, bringing up the recidivism of the individuals who keep on exchanging illicit medications regardless of in a correctional facility in the wake of being sentenced. 

"Nakikita naman natin at nababalitan na kahit dad ang tatagal na nilang nakakulong dito… ano ang ginagawa nila, edi imbis na magbagong buhay… lalong nagpapakasama (We all observe and get updates on the individuals who, regardless of whether they've been imprisoned for quite a while… what do they do, rather than building another life, they become more regrettable)," Bantag said in a meeting over DZBB radio. 

"Included [na] nga sila sa droga, nagpapapatay dad ng tao (Not just are they associated with drugs, however they additionally request the slaughtering of individuals)." 

In a meeting with journalists at a site visit for the future Correctional Institute for Women office to be worked inside the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) compound, Bantag noticed that there are really "numerous who are supportive of deadly infusion" as one approach to force capital punishment. 

"Sa Asian nations, tayo na lang yata walang deadly infusion. Problema kasi natin, tingnan ninyo, sentenced na 'yan, andiyan dad rin namamayagpag dahil hindi kontrolado ng BuCor… .dapat may ganoong sistema (Among the Asian nations, we're the just a single it appears without deadly infusion. Our concern is that the individuals who are indicted still hold influence on the grounds that BuCor can't control them… there ought to be a framework [of punishment] like that)," he said. 

"Hanggang mamatay yan, sumisistema dad rin ng unlawful na droga. Nakita niyo naman, isang tawag lang sa cellphone, magde-convey na sa labas, diba (Until they kick the bucket, they will be engaged with unlawful medications. As should be obvious, they make only one cellphone call, they can have drugs conveyed outside, right)," he included. 

In his discourse, Duterte requested the fast endorsement of a bill resuscitating capital punishment by deadly infusion for violations indicated under the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, saying the death penalty will help kill the unlawful medication exchange which he asserted has been wrecking families in the nation. 

"This law won't just assist us with stopping culpability yet additionally spare our youngsters from the threats presented by the illicit and perilous medications," the President said. 

Bantag said that the reimposition of capital punishment won't just dispose of convicts who are as yet working in the medication exchange yet will likewise impart dread their speculated associates. 

"Kung may deadly infusion tayo, lahat ng contact na pulitiko na kasama nila, may takot na siguro (If we haad deadly infusion, all their government official contacts may likewise be apprehensive)," he said.


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