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newsinfo.inquirer.net Palace: Let Ombudsman decide on complaint vs Mocha

Malacaang on Thursday said it would let the Ombudsman decide on the complaint filed by deaf advocates against Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson and blogger Drew Olivar over a video they made that apparently made fun of the sign language.

 

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque noted that the Palace will respect whatever decision the Ombudsman will be handing out.

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