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Sen. Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa filed a bill to restore “DEATH PENALTY”



In Manila, Philippines Senator Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa believes that the imposing of the death penalty can fixed everything.

Dela Rosa aired this sentiment when asked in an interview if former Calauan Mayor Antonio Sanchez should be qualified for early release through the good conduct time allowance law (GCTA).


Sanchez was convicted for raping and killing University of the Philippines-Los Baños student Eileen Sarmenta, as well as the murder of her friend and schoolmate Allan Gomez in 1993.

"Only if they would obey me,  that person should be dead already. He must have been killed before, sadly we dont have death penalties,"Dela Rosa said.

If there would be death penalties, that cures everything. Even if it's the drug lord that is up to this day if there is still nagtra-transact drug business outside, we can no longer conduct the drug they are bursting with because it is dead, so that it should be. " Dela Rosa said


To simplify everything, restore death penalty to finish everything that is related to it,”  added the senator, who has filed a bill seeking the reimposition of the capital punishment.

Dela Rosa, who served as head of the Bureau of Corrections, was dragged  into the controversy surrounding the implementation of the  GCTA law.
During his six-month stint last year, the senator admitted signing the release orders of 120 heinous crimes convicts.
But Dela Rosa insisted that the release order was in accordance with the law and its implementing rules and regulations.
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