Private Media are not Invited During President-elect Duterte Inauguration

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Issues starts during ongoing Halalan 2016, when private media and social media giants obviously prejudice its news and articles towards leading candidate Rodrigo Duterte during election period.

Additional subject apparently rose heated argument when President-elect clearly explained, "if media men or journalist are corrupt then they're not excluded in assassination." Duterte said. Those words shakes the world of media, an as it turns out a cry for media coverage boycott to the upcoming President is brewing, yet, no solid statement has been released.

Private Media are Invited During President-elect Duterte Inauguration

These rumors ends up Duterte's ears, that forced him self-imposing boycott towards commercial media upon assuming office on June 30, President-elect Duterte's inauguration day.

Martin Andanar, incoming Communication Secretary said on Monday only PTV-4, a state run television and President Broadcast Staff Radio-Television MalacaƱang will be assured at the palace during inauguration.

Limited space were the reason private media are unwanted, Andanar said.

Duterte will take his oath at Rizal Hall before Supreme Court Associate Justice Beinvenido Reyes. The hall may hold up to 500 quests.

He also asked in his Cabinet members not to invite unnecessary family members to keep the event in minimal.

Since June Duterte has stopped facing journalist in response for boycott controversies as his remarks about media killings has been interpreted sorely towards media. Also, no words has been spoke from the elected president about it. Some are baffled in President intention, are the media being played by his plan to served the nation in low sight.

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