Group of women displeased with Poe’s reaction to INC protest

By on September 2, 2015


Senator Grace Poe, chairperson of the Senate Committee on Public Order and Dangerous Drugs, holds a copy of the Senate Committee Report on the Mamasapano Incident Investigation during a press conference on Tuesday (March 17, 2015) at the Senate Bldg. in Pasay City (PNA photo by Avito C. Dalan)
Senator Grace Poe, chairperson of the Senate Committee on Public Order and Dangerous Drugs, holds a copy of the Senate Committee Report on the Mamasapano Incident Investigation during a press conference on Tuesday (March 17, 2015) at the Senate Bldg. in Pasay City (PNA photo by Avito C. Dalan)

MANILA — Senator Grace Poe startled a group of women following his reaction to the Iglesia ni Cristo protest.

In an interview with ANC, Jean Enriquez, coordinator of World March of Women said that they are not happy with Poe’s reaction.

Enriquz said that Poe should have just emphasized the rule of law and let justice takes it course on the issue.

“Nagulat kami kay Sen. Grace Poe. We were hoping she’ll take a more independent position siding with the rule of law and allowing due process to take its course,” she said.

(We were surprised with Sen. Grace Poe. We were hoping she’ll take a more independent position siding with the rule of law and allowing due process to take its course.)

The World March of Women is among the groups urging the government to disclose the details of its meetings with INC.