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Three Filipino’s sentenced to death in China will be executed on March 30

Department of Foreign Affairs has released a statement stating that
the three Filipino’s who were sentenced to death row in China will be
executed on March 30.
People Begging to spare the lives of Filipinos executed to Death in China
Death penalty who were sentenced to Ramon
Credo, Elizabeth Batain and Sally Villanueva, were relieve last time
after the favor asked by the Philippine government to China. Now,
government of China has already said that their verdict is final.
The
three were supposed to be put to death last February 20 and 21 after
they were convicted of heroin smuggling last 2008. Seeking for mercy,
Vice president Jejomar Binay went to China to ask a favor to postpone
the execution.
Department of Foreign Affairs Manila said that they respect the decision laid down by China’s High Tribunal.
Philippine
officials reacted on the death row sentenced to the three saying that
they were just poor Filipino citizen who were duped into their crimes
and should face only long prison sentences rather than a death row
execution.
According to DFA, the families of the three were
already informed of the china’s decision and arrangements are being
made for them to go to China to visit their loved ones for the last
time.
After what happened to the three, DFA has already warned
Filipinos to beware and cautious when dealing with the strangers so
that they will not be victimized by drug syndicate groups.
As of
now records shows that there are 227 Filipinos jailed in china due to
drug smuggling and the three were just among of them.
Last
December, Philippine government did not attend to the Nobel Prize
ceremony in Oslo, honoring Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo in attempt to
encourage Beijing to spare the lives of the three Filipinos who were
sentenced to death.
Just this month, Philippine government has
filed a complaint to China after two of their vessels ordered the
Filipino oil exploration boat to leave waters near the Spratly Islands
located in China Sea.
Source: Quoted News
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