Guro na pinahiya ni Tulfo pwedeng magkaso

By Leifbilly Begas November 24,2019
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Guro na pinahiya ni Tulfo pwedeng magkaso

By Leifbilly Begas November 24,2019
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NAGPAHAYAG ng pagkadismaya ang mga kongresista sa mali umanong pagtrato ng anchor na si Raffy Tulfo sa isang guro ng pampublikong paaralan.

Kung si dating 1-Ang Edukasyon Rep. Bong Belaro dapat magsampa ng kaso si Melita Limjuco, guro ng Epifanio delos Santos Elementary School laban kay Tulfo, TV5 at mga magulang at lola ng batang nagreklamo.

“Mrs. Limjuco’s right to due process was clearly violated by Raffy Tulfo, TV5, and her pupil’s parents and grandparents during that televised interview. Mrs. Limjuco and her family are also suffering intense mental and emotional anguish from being humiliated and degraded in that interview,” ani Belaro na dating commissioner ng Integrated Bar of the Philippines at kasalukuyang dean ng Wesleyan University College of Law.

Sinabi ni Belaro na mistulang “judge, jury, and executioner” si Tulfo na kinuha ang kapangyarihan ng Department of Education na dapat mag-imbestiga kung nasunod ng guro ang Child Protection Policy nito.

Pinalabas ni Limjuco ang isang estudyante nito dahil magulo sa loob ng silid-aralan. Pinabigyan niya rin ito ng upuan.

“Based on the available facts, Mrs. Limjuco’s disciplinary measure is not inconsistent with the provisions of the DepEd Child Protection Policy and is yet to be proven to have infringed any of our country’s child protection laws. Let us await the DepEd decision on this issue. In fact, it is Mrs. Limjuco’s person and rights that have been violated on live national television,” ani Belaro.

Nagalit ang mga netizens sa ginawa ni Tulfo dahil napahiya umano ang guro.

“Raffy Tulfo, TV5, and the parents and grandparent of the pupil should be ashamed of themselves, publicly apologize to Mrs. Limjuco, properly compensate her for the mental anguish and malice they have inflicted upon her. Tulfo and TV5 should also be administratively penalized for violations of laws and regulations on standards of broadcasting. All these are on top of the possible criminal liability for slander, defamation, and other pertinent crimes,” dagdag pa ni Belaro.

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