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If he wins the presidency, Dela Rosa won't allow ICC probe on drug war | Inquirer News
"Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (left) talks to then Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald Dela Rosa (right). (AFP FILE PHOTO)
MANILA, Philippines — If he wins the presidency, Senator Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa will not allow the International Criminal Court (ICC) to conduct its probe over alleged human rights violations committed during President Duterte’s bloody war on drugs.
The presidential aspirant said that this stance was to protect himself as much as Duterte, who are co-accused for crimes against humanity mounted by rights victims and kin of alleged state-sponsored extra-judicial killings before the ICC.
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“Hindi lang si President Duterte protektahan ko, pati sarili ko dahil dalawa kaming co-accused diyan sa kaso na ‘yan, so protektahan ko rin sarili ko,” he said in an interview over ABS CBN News Channel when asked whether he will allow the ICC to conduct a thorough investigation or will protect Duterte.
(I will not only protect President Duterte but also myself because we are both co-accused in the case there.)FEATURED STORIES
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Del Rosa said he will allow the ICC to come to the Philippines to “observe for themselves” but he will not allow them to conduct an investigation since doing so would be a “slap” to the country’s “perfectly functioning” judicial system.
“To be frank with you, I will allow them to come to the Philippines and observe for themselves, pero to conduct an investigation? Sampal ‘yan sa ating judicial system. Sampal ‘yan sa ating Supreme Court. Sampal ‘yan sa ating mga courts,” the senator said.

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(That’s a slap to our judicial system. That’s a slap to the SC and our courts.)
“They are functioning, bakit sila (ICC) makikialam dito? Our judicial system is perfectly functioning,” he added.
(Why would the ICC meddle here when our judicial system is perfectly functioning?)
Dela Rosa was the chief of the Philippine National Police which carried out Duterte’s order.
The senator likewise belied any crimes against humanity had been perpetrated by the administration, and blatantly denied the Amnesty International’s (AI) report on the country’s drug war killings.
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“Ikaw tanunging kita, may nangyayari bang crimes against humanity rito sa ating bansa? ‘Wag na tayo sige punta sa Amnesty na yan, kasi alam natin na biased ang mga tao na ‘yan dahil they are fed with lies,” a visibly irate Dela Rosa said when the rights group report was mentioned.
(I ask you, are there crimes against humanity being done here in the country? Let’s not cite the Amnesty report because we know that they are biased because they are fed with lies.)
In a 2019 report, AI slammed the Duterte administration’s lack of “meaningful accountability” on the brutal war on drugs which claimed the lives of thousands of drug suspects since it was enforced in 2016.
The London-based human rights group stressed that this prosecution is “in no way commensurate with the vast number of extrajudicial executions and other human rights violations.”
In its report titled “They just kill: Ongoing extrajudicial executions and other violations in the Philippines’ ‘war on drugs”, the group noted that Bulacan is now the country’s “bloodiest killing field” due to the transfer of police officers who previously supervised “abusive operations” in Metro Manila.
It also condemned the “buy-bust” narrative being used as a template of police reports in the province of Bulacan.
Dela Rosa, however, admitted that there were police officers who abused their authority during the drug war in using the “nanlaban” excuse and said they are being prosecuted.
“May nangyaring ganyan kaya nga pinagkakasuhan natin, pinakukulong natin ‘yung mga pulis na ‘yan. ‘Di man tayo nagpapabaya diyan,” he said.
(There are abuses of authority, that’s why we filed cases against them. We did not let it pass.)
In September this year, the Pre-Trial Chamber I of the ICC approved the start of the probe into the crimes against humanity cases filed against President Duterte in connection with the drug war killings.

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The probe will cover crimes committed from Nov. 1, 2011, to March 16, 2019.
Malacañang and President Duterte himself said the country will not cooperate in the probe.
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