PNoy’s uncle wants him out of office
Earlier, national security adviser of the Arroyo administration Norberto Gonzales confessed that he was among the group calling on President Aquino to step down. Surprisingly, he was not the only one but the uncle of the president as well.
Also making an admission was former Tarlac Rep. Jose “Peping” Cojuangco Jr., uncle of President Aquino said that he is one of those pushing for change in the country’s leadership but insisted that the choice was neither to spark a coup or a military takeover.
“When we say stepping down of the President, we are talking about regime change. It’s not only him that should step down” but also Vice President Jejomar Binay and other officials, Gonzales seemed to echo Cojuangco.
Days ago during Mamasapano probe. Sen. Miriam Santiago revealed that a rich businessman is plotting a coup against the president. When asked of it, Cojuangco denied it.
“No I’m not because I’m not in favor of a coup. I am against a military takeover. But I am in favor of major reforms or change in leadership, especially in the last crucial 16 months before the 2016 elections.”
article source: inquirer