lunedì 31 luglio 2017
(Peter Kenny) At least two Catholic bishops have expressed outrage over Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's plan to abolish the country's Commission on Human Rights and the controversial leader has also faced accusations of ethnic cleansing at hearing in the U.S. capital. Bishop Arturo Bastes of Sorsogon was the first to chastise the president saying he was "out of his mind," Vatican Radio reported July 28. The bishop said (...)