Why the Philippines can’t live with Duterte’s reign

With the Duterte administration in turmoil and its foreign policy in disarray, many Filipinos are now considering the possibility of fleeing the country.

As we head into the Duterte era, there are two things to keep in mind: the president is on track to be impeached and the Philippines will be living with its second president for the foreseeable future. 

One of those factors is that President Rodrigo Duterte has a very high approval rating in his home country, the Philippines is the world’s biggest trading partner and its population is more than twice as big as the United States.

But the other factor is that Filipinos will be faced with two things: they can either stay and see Duterte’s presidency through or they can leave the country and move to the United Kingdom, the world capital of the European Union.

For Filipinos, the answer is a resounding yes. 

It will be the second time in the Duterte presidency that they have to leave. 

In May 2017, the government of President Benigno Aquino III called on Filipinos to stay in the country for “the good of the country” and promised “an orderly exit.” 

In the wake of the crisis, many Filipino citizens have decided to move to Britain, but not all of them will be able to do so.

The Philippines is in the process of drafting a new constitution that will give its people a right to move out of the territory.

The Philippine National Police has already announced plans to relocate thousands of police officers to the British territory. 

As a result, the country is in a precarious situation. 

“The situation is getting worse,” said an official from the Philippines Embassy in London. 

Some Filipinos have been moved to the UK to seek asylum and others have moved to Australia, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates.

But for most Filipinos in the Philippines, the best option is to head for the United Kingdoms, the European capital of Europe, the capital of NATO, or to head to a place like the Netherlands, which is also the home of the Netherlands Antilles military base. 

With the current instability in the Philippine government, many in the government are contemplating the possibility that the country will never be able move out, said one of the officials.

“What we are trying to do is to avoid the kind of crisis that has been the mainstay of Duterte’s tenure,” the official said.

“We have to make sure that we are able to remain here.”

While many Filipinas are looking at their future in the United Kingdom, many are also looking at the possibility to move back to their homeland.

The United Kingdom is the only country that offers permanent residency to Filipinos.

But the country has not yet taken up the offer, and Filipinos do not yet have permanent residency in the U.K. It is possible that the Philippines could join the European countries in offering permanent residency and then offer permanent residency when the U to go. 

For many Filipina, the United kingdom offers the best opportunity to settle down. 

The U.S. is a popular destination for Filipinos because of its proximity to the U, but it is not the only place in the world where Filipinos can live.

In the United Nations Human Rights Council, the countries most vulnerable to human rights abuses are the Philippines and the U of A. The Philippines is home to several high-profile human rights cases that have led to the resignation of high-ranking government officials.

The U. of A is also home to the Philippine National Security Council and the country’s top police officer. 

But many Filipino are also considering the United states. 

Many Filipinos fear that the United state will lose influence in the region, especially with Trump in the White House. 

On the other hand, the U-S.

has shown that it is willing to work with the Philippines in the past. 

During the Duterte years, the Philippine president was able to tap into a vein of discontent within the U as he appealed to the countrys anger over corruption and police brutality.

Duterte promised to “win back the country,” but that did not happen. 

After the United powers’ failed efforts to resolve the Philippines’ political and economic problems, the Duterte government launched an anti-corruption campaign. 

Despite the Duterte campaign, Filipinos remain dissatisfied with the administration. 

More and more Filipinos think the government has lost its way.

“I would say there are a number of Filipinos who believe that they should be leaving the country, which they believe is an irreversible decision,” said one Filipina official.

“Many of the Filipinos that I know in the city are very angry about what has happened.” 

The United States is also concerned about the Duterte regime. 

Trump is trying to build up a military presence in the Pacific.

But some U.s. officials have expressed concern about the military buildup. 

According to the Congressional Research Service, the military spending has increased from $5.5 billion in 2016