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Liza Diño Answers Question If She Still Respects Duterte After “God Is Stupid” Issue

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FDCP chairperson Liza Diño answered the question if she still has respect to President Rodrigo Duterte after the “God Is Stupid” issue.

Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) chairperson Liza Diño expressed her views regarding the controversial statement of President Rodrigo Duterte about God.

She is a known supporter of Duterte since 2016 election together with her partner former National Youth Commission (NYC) head Ice Seguerra.

It can be recalled that the statement of the President during a speech in Davao City wherein in he attacked the Catholic faith heated the arguments between the pro and anti administration.

President Rodrigo Duterte
(file photo)

There had been several prominent personalities in the Philippines who reacted and said a piece of their mind regarding the issue.

(Read also: Duterte’s Controversial Statement About “God” Received Reaction From JIL Church Founder Eddie Villanueva)

As an appointee of the Chief Executive and a known supporter, Liza Diño was asked to express her opinion about it.

According to the article published in PEP, the FDCP chair said that everyone has his or her own belief basing from the personal truth.

(Read also: Christopher De Leon Slams President Duterte’s Controversial Statement About “God”)

In addition, she said that she does not want to impose to anyone her beliefs.

For Diño, she is not in the position to tell Duterte what to do because she does not want anyone to do that to her also.

Liza Diño
(Photo source: PEP)

On the criticism that Duterte is the President of the Philippines, so he is expected not to say that kind of remark, the FDCP chair said that he is also a human being, based on the article.

(Read also: Sara Duterte Called Out To The Public Amid Controversy Of Pres. Duterte’s Statement)

On the remark of being a role model, this is her opinion:

“Well, ano muna ang konteksto natin ng role model sa isang tao? Siguro ako, at this age, it’s really hard to tell him what to do. He’s 72. I don’t know if nandun tayo sa… if he’s even thinking about that. So ako, parang there’s a point that you just have to accept that’s him, iyan na siya. Iyan ang Presidente natin.”

When asked if she still respects the leader of the Philippines, she said:

“Honestly, kung yung sa facial mask nga umabot na ng ganito, what more pa kaya ang ibang kawani ng gobyerno na puwedeng ma-misinterpret? I cannot speak for his speech. I cannot give an opinion regarding his perspective about religion.”


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