The Philippine Daily Inquirer wrote an article talking about Senator Franklin Drilon describing the bill ‘divisive’ and ‘ill-timed’ since the country is facing a pandemic.

There is more to it than just a name. NAIA (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) gives a glimpse of who we are as people. We are known as a democracy-loving people because that is what Ninoy Aquino represents,” Drilon added.

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Ex-DLSU History professor Van Ybiernas has taken to Facebook presenting his argument with the intention of eroding or weakening the arguments offered by Senators Drilon and Hontiveros why they oppose renaming NAIA now.

‘Noong 1987, sa gitna ng mga pulitikal at pang-ekonomiyang krisis ng bansa, noong halos araw araw ay ilang oras na walang kuryente sa bansa, noong problema ang trabaho para sa mga Pilipino, bagsak ang palitan ng piso sa dolyar, noong hindi pa nasosolusyunan ang krisis sa asukal sa Negros, noong nagkaroon ng matinding kudeta laban sa pamahalaan, noong napakalakas ng communist rebellion, mataas ang kriminalidad at marami pang ibang mabibigat na problema na kinaharap ng bansa ANG GINAWA DIN NG KONGRESO AY MAGPASA NG BATAS PARA PALITAN ANG PANGALAN NG AIRPORT mula Manila International Airport tungo Ninoy Aquino International Airport.’

Source : Van Ybiernas

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