Political analysts in the Philippines say we haven’t seen the last of Rodrigo Duterte | The World

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In his final major speech as Filipino president, Rodrigo Duterte says the country’s battle against illegal drugs remains unfinished business. He’s promised to continue the Philippines’ harsh anti-trafficking regime, but for this reason and more, political analyst Richard Heydarian tells The World we’re unlikely to see Duterte leave the spotlight.

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