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Lunes, Oktubre 31, 2016

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Palace: Up to Duterte to accept FVR's resignation as special envoy to China

It will be dependent upon President Rodrigo Duterte to acknowledge previous President Fidel V. Ramos' acquiescence as special envoy to China, presidential representative Ernesto Abella said Tuesday. 

"According to FVR the letter has been submitted to the office of the Executive Secretary, but it will be up to PRRD, whether to accept it or not," he said in a text message to reporters.

Ramos, in an interview on Monday, said he surrendered from the post the minute Duterte touched base in the Philippines after his four-day state visit to China a month ago. Ramos was not some part of Duterte's assignment. 

Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar prior said Ramos' choice was a respectful signal for Duterte, who went to Beijing interestingly as the head of state. 

While Duterte more than once pushed in his talks that Ramos was the person who asked him to keep running for president in the May 2016 decisions, the previous president, as he would like to think segment, proposed that Duterte ought to seek after a reliant outside arrangement rather than an autonomous remote strategy. 

His most recent piece was a notice to Duterte that on the off chance that he kept on dismissing the Climate Change Agreement, it would resemble "shooting himself in the mouth." 

In spite of his reactions, Ramos said that he ought to at present be viewed as a "more seasoned sibling" in the Duterte administration.

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