Indonesia to Imitate Pres. Duterte's Drug War Campaign

The anti-drug campaign of the first Philippine president from Mindanao, Pres. Rody Duterte made some headlines in our neighboring country Indonesia after the national government headed by Pres. Jokowi Widodo wanted to imitate the Philippines campaign against illegal drugs.

During the ASEAN Summit held in Vientiane, Laos, the Philippines defended themselves against the bias national and international media who reported a surge in killings since Pres. Rody Duterte became President, handing out a 38-page pamphlet phrasing Duterte's campaign against illegal drugs.

In one page of the booklet, PNP Chief Ronald Dela Rosa was quoted as saying "We are not butchers who just kill people for no apparent reason," the PNP Chief said.

Pres. Duterte's critics continue to attack him by using the term Extra Judicial Killing (EJK) but despite this, the Duterte administration found a regional ally when the Indonesian government was inspired to imitate the anti-drug campaign success of the Philippines.

According to Indonesia's Anti-Narcotics Chief Budi Waseco he wanted to run the same campaign of the Philippines which was headed by Pres. Duterte's closest ally in the Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa.

Indonesia's Chief Budi Waseco is planning to have more officers who could help him to wipe out any illegal drug trades in Indonesia, they also wanted to have some strong and heavy weapons for their police officers.

Chief Budi and Pres. Duterte is set to meet in Jakarta this week to discuss on how they can keep up in reducing and wiping drug pushers and other criminals not only in the Philippines and Indonesia but also in various parts of the region.

Indonesia to Imitate Pres. Duterte's Drug War Campaign Indonesia to Imitate Pres. Duterte's Drug War Campaign Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 9/09/2016 Rating: 5

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