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On his 100th day in office, President Rodrigo Duterte revealed that he had written the United States, the European Union, and the United Nations a letter inviting them to the Philippines to investigate the extrajudicial killings attributed to the government.

“Itong Amerikano, itong si [US President Barack] Obama, human rights, pati itong mga bright boys sa Europe, sabi ko—I wrote them a letter," Duterte  said in a speech delivered at the Go Negosyo’s “Mentor Me” program launch at Marco Polo Hotel in Davao City on Friday night.





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"Tapos na ha. I invited the human rights, si Obama, the [US] State Department, and the EU: Come here, investigate me. Halika dito,” he added.

Duterte repeated his condition, for the groups to allow him to ask them question after their probes.




“But in return, allow me also to ask you questions para tabla. You can have your cake—pin me down—and eat it too. Ano kayo? Sinusuwerte kayong mga buang? You think that you are brighter than me? Ah dito kayo,” Duterte said.



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Duterte also complained about the way his critics hounded him and his war on drugs. He said it was not proper for them to castigate him in public since he became the head of state.




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