'Duterte-monyo': Protesters parade effigies depicting Duterte as evil


Posted at Jul 23 2018 01:15 PM

MANILA- Activists on Monday staged different protests ahead of President Rodrigo Duterte's third State of the Nation Address (SONA).

Protesters chanted "Dutertemonyo," a play on the President's name and the word "demonyo" (devil) as they paraded different effigies of the Philippine leader.

Here are some photos of the anti-Duterte protests:

A devil-like effigy of the President was burned by protesters along the Philippine Coconut Authority (Philcoa) in Quezon City. Zhander Cayabyab, ABS-CBN News

A 'Duterte-monyo' effigy is paraded at the University of the Philippines-Diliman. Jasmin Romero, ABS-CBN News

Militant groups in Cagayan de Oro stage their own anti-Duterte protest with a demon-looking effigy of the President. Cris Andrade, ABS-CBN News

Militant groups converge at the University of the Philippines-Diliman ahead of President Duterte's third SONA. Zhander Cayabyab, ABS-CBN News

President Duterte's face is emblazoned on a tambourine  that will be used by urban poor group Kadamay for their noise barrage during the President's third SONA. Lyza Aquino, ABS-CBN News

Protesters in Cagayan de Oro show "Sobra Na, Igo Na, Ihunong ang Martial Law" (Sobra na, Tama na, Tapusin ang Martial Law sa Mindanao) ahead of Duterte's third SONA. Cris Andrade, ABS-CBN News

An anti-Duterte protest is staged in Legazpi City, Albay a few hours before the President's third SONA. Karren Canon, ABS-CBN News

Members of the group Paghimud-os Negros ring bells while protesting against charter change on Monday. Yasmin Dormido