Thousands of Filipino Catholics march against death penalty, war on drugs

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Senator Leila de Lima, a staunch critic of Duterte`s war on drugs now facing three drug-related charges, also joined the rally. It also increases the number of killers," CBCP president Lingayen-Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas said in a statement. Nearly 80 percent of the Philippines` 100 million people are Catholic and until recently the church had been hesitant to criticize Duterte`s war on drugs. Thousands of Roman Catholics marched in the Philippines capital Manila on Saturday in the biggest gathering denouncing extra-judicial killings and a government plan to reimpose the death penalty for criminals. "I`m here with the people because of our shared thoughts and opinion, and shared views, and shared convictions.

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