Taiwan rejects deportation of Elanel Egot Ordidor critic of Duterte

Taiwan rejects deportation of Elanel Egot Ordidor critical of Duterte

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A Filipina caregiver identified by the DOLE as Elanel Egot Ordidor, was accused of attempting to “discredit and malign” Duterte and “destabilize the government” after posting posts critical of the Philippine President on Facebook.
Labor Attaché Fidel Macauyag earlier said the Philippine government was “constrained to act” for Ordidor’s deportation following her supposed violation of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 due to her “wilful posting of nasty and malevolent materials against Duterte.”
Source: pinoyformosa.com

Taiwan's foreign ministry has rejected reported attempts by the Philippines to secure the deportation of a Filipina worker accused of "cyber-libel" against President Rodrigo Duterte.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) spokeswoman Joanne Ou (pic) stated in a news conference on Tuesday (April 28) that Taiwan is a democratic country and all foreign workers have the same treatment as Taiwan citizens and that "their rights are protected, including freedom of speech."

The MOFA spokeswoman added that "other countries should respect our system" and said "no agency has the right to exert pressure on this worker or her employer or labour broker." 

It also stressed that she will not be deported if there are no consultations between the government of Taiwan and the Philippines.

In ABS-CBN's report, Angelito Banayo, the chairman and resident representative of Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO) stated that he apologies with the ministry of foreign affairs. He added that deportation is a process that comes within the sovereign previlage of the host country.

According to GMA, "If the Philippine government would insist on the deportation of Ordidor, Ou said Manila should go through the legal process and submit a request through the Agreement on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters, which was signed between Taiwan and the Philippines in 2013."

However, based on the statement released by Taiwan's foreign ministry, the country is backing the Filipina and maintains that she enjoys the freedom of speech.

source: pinoyformosa.com



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