Malacañang already said that the Aquino administration is dedicated on governance that it has no time to engage into a word war with the camp of Vice President Jejomar C. Binay.
According to Presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda, “We will gently address to the Vice President’s camp all the issues he could have raised to the President as a Cabinet member but chose not to.”
“Resigned (Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council) chair Vice President Binay and his people may have the luxury of hitting President Aquino and his men and women, but President Aquino, the incumbent Cabinet members and his entire administration are committed to fulfill our oaths with undivided devotion, ardent fervor, and utmost dedication to serve the Filipino people and tread the Daang Matuwid until the last day of the Aquino administration,” he said.
For issues on national interest, Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr. also said that a sensible and composed dialogue is much better.
“We believe in a reasonable and calm dialogue and in giving truthful information to help the public decide on issues related to national interest,” Coloma said.