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Central Luzon cops step up security efforts ahead of Bongbong Marcos’ inauguration

Central Luzon cops step up security efforts ahead of Bongbong Marcos' inauguration

Police Regional Office 3 | PHOTO: Police Regional Office 3 facebook page

OLONGAPO CITY—The police force in Central Luzon is intensifying its counterterrorism measures ahead of the inauguration on June 30 of President-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

In a statement Thursday, Brig. Gen. Matthew Baccay, Police Regional Office 3 director, cited “possible threats to disrupt” Marcos Jr.’s inauguration but did not give details.

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Baccay said policemen in the region were continuously conducting intelligence monitoring and gathering to ensure preparedness “in cases of any eventuality that might occur during the said historical event.”

“We are also anticipating street protests during the inauguration,” Baccay said, as he asserted that the police force respects an individuals’ right to voice their concerns.

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“But make sure it is within the bounds of the law, and you are in a proper venue with a secured permit when you conduct your protests and demonstrations,” he said.

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