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The cultural activist, and 'Walk This Way' known tour guide in the Philippines announced his created petition on 'Change.org' against the President-elect Rodrigo Duterte. Carlos Celdran invites everyone to sign his petition to make Duterte resign from his incoming duty as President of the Philippines.

Carlos Celdran started petition against President-Elect Duterte: 'RESIGN NOW'

According to Celdran's statement posted on the petition page, Duterte have already proven that he was not worthy, stable and fit to run a nation of 100 million people.


Carlos Celdran Petition

President-Elect Duterte: RESIGN. Do not take the Job.

It's less than a month away from your inauguration as the 16th president of the Republic of the Philippines and you have proven yourself as unworthy, unstable, and unfit to run a nation of 100 million people.

In the past weeks you said that erring journalists deserve to die, disrespected women at your press conferences, used homophobic language, appointed a foreign secretary willing to compromise Philippine sovereignty to China, appointed a DPWH secretary who has interests in real estate development, insulted the United Nations, Singapore, Australia, the Pope, and people with disabilities. You also admitted that Ferdinand Marcos Jr. was your real alliance politically.

Finally, your constant surreal midnight press conferences have shown us all that you are ill-tempered, erratic, perverted, and a proud advocate of human rights violations.

You yourself have said that you will not die if you weren't president. As a man of honor, keep your word. Do not accept the job as President of the Philippines. Please resign. Now.

Thank you.
Carlos Celdran

As of writing this post, the signed petition has already 1,391 supporters and it still counting over the Change.org website.
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