President Duterte's SONA 'first time in the history and without violence'

NCRPO director Chief Superintendent Oscar Albayalde said that President Rodrigo Duterte's first State of the Nation Address (SONA) was a record breaking for having no violence on that day.

"The SONA was peaceful. No violent incident bet the police and rallysts. Traffic was handled well," Albayalde said in his interview on Tuesday morning.

"First time in the history and without violence!" he added.

Albayalde additionally noticed that the rallyists were exceptionally glad about the Duterte administration choice to permit them to hold their project close to the Batasan Pambansa Complex.

PNP chief Ronald Bato dela Rosa on Monday, including all the police authorities, mingled with the activist in the Batasan Road.

According to GMA report, Armed Forces spokesperson Brig. Gen. Restituto Padilla also declared that Duterte's SONA was "generally peaceful."Everybody, particularly the activist cooperated with the event.

Also, Duterte meet up with the militant leaders after delivering his SONA. 

Read more: Duterte meets with militant leaders after SONA

President Duterte first State of the Nation Address was a huge success to the country. No more brutality compared to the past administrations.

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