Just my Opinion by Raïssa Robles
There is now an undeclared Martial Law in Boracay.
Think about it.
Over 600 heavily armed policemen in full battle gear are now in the resort island, backed up by elements of the Armed Forces through its NAVY Seals. There is even a patrolling gunboat.
Note, too, that Duterte’s Proclamation No. 475, declaring a “State of Calamity” in the three villages comprising Boracay gives no time limit. Initially, it set a time limit of “six months starting 26 April 2018 or until 25 October 2018″.
But two paragraphs later, it glibly takes back this deadline and states: “The state of calamity in the island of Boracay shall remain in force and effect until lifted by the President notwithstanding the lapse of the six-month closure period.” [READ MORE…]