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Leody de Guzman shades VP Leni Robredo with ‘lugaw’ remark

De Guzman has confused many with his tweet as he previously said he’d back out from the race if Robredo applies his advocacies

Presidential aspirant Leody de Guzman surprised netizens with his latest criticism of Vice President Leni Robredo.

In a tweet, De Guzman, for some reason, used the word “lugaw” to go after her stance on labor contractualization.

Lugaw is a word used by the opposition to make fun of the vice president.

Last Tuesday, Robredo said she is strongly against “endo,” a scheme by employers that end employees’ contracts after five months to deny them the opportunity at a regular position.

Since congresswoman ako naging vocal ako on contractualization, saka strengthening ng security of tenure sa paniniwala na dapat ang manggagawa binibigyan siya ng seguridad na pag nagkaroon siya ng trabaho ay tuloy-tuloy ang trabaho,” Robredo explained during a gathering by Metro Stonerich Corporation workers.

Laganap kasi ang practice na ang employment hanggang 5 months lang, tapos papahingahin sila ng sandali tapos iha-hire na naman at a later time para nalulusutan ang required na pag-regularize… mali ito,” she added.

Netizens did not expect De Guzman to use DDS tactics in disagreeing with Robredo.

De Guzman has confused many with his tweet, as he previously said he’d back out from the race if Robredo applied his advocacies.

His pettiness towards Robredo has been evident recently, and people do not like it.

And it seems De Guzman didn’t understand what Robredo fully said since she never said she favored third-party arrangements.

He gained no followers by attacking Robredo, and he sure isn’t winning the presidency.

Written by Charles Teves

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