Senator Riza Hontiveros is now appealing again that she is against Duterte's plan about the removal of Party-list but when did she say yes to Duterte? It is apparent that her act is believe to sound as an allege hypocritical because she does seems to hate any of Duterte's plan thereby making her an opposition for change. An why is that?

Manila, Philippines- Senator Riza Hontiveros is now again appealing to the Public that she is against President Duterte's Plan for the Removal of the Partlylist. What is Senator Hontiveros really want? why is she oppose not only the Partlist which duterte is against of but I remember even during the speech of Senator Peter Cayetano and Senator Gordon Lambasting Senator delima yet Senator Hontiveras is protecting delima thus making her fighting all Duterte's Platform. What does he wants. Would I be correct if i say she is amenable legalizing "Shabu" in the Philippines since this is what duterte is really fighting to the Max. She is against every single thing which duterte is against of. It is like he wants everything which Duterte is against with like Drugs and Criminality. It sounds that way isn't it? Is she alledgedly being paid to do that? let me repeat the question? WHAT DOES SHE WANTS?? The answer is simple. She is LP. Well, Everybody knows that many among the LP's  is an allege Drug Lord Coddlers as it is a public knowledge that most of them are especially they alledgedly allow National Bilibid Prison or NBP for brevity to be like the so called "five stars hotel" for the druglords and high profile criminals which was already destroyed by the SAF as instructed by our President. 

On the other hand, President Duterte wants to abolish this Party-list system when the Constitution is overhauled through a constituent assembly, saying it’s a “mockery of the law.”

“I will not allow it…inabuso lahat yan ehang nananalo ay yong may pera (it is being abused…only moneyed people win). Representing what? The security guards?” the President said on Friday.

Duterte was apparently referring to Ang Galing Pinoy, a political group of security guards and tricycle drivers, formerly represented in the House of Representatives by Mikey Arroyo, son of former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

The Commission on Elections disqualified Ang Galing Pinoy in 2013 after its First Division ruled that Mr. Arroyo did not belong to the sector he claimed to represent.

With a net worth of over P95 million, Mr. Arroyo was among the wealthiest party-list representatives in the 15th Congress. He first served as representative of Pampanga’s second district from 2001 to 2009 before his stint as party-list representative.