Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte needs 'psychiatric' exam, says UN human rights chief
IBTimes US - March 9, 2018
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's slurs against United Nations human rights activists suggest he needs to see a psychiatrist, U.N.
High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein said in a news conference on Friday (9 March).
Zeid's comments came after Duterte's government sought to get a U.N.
investigator, a former Philippine lawmaker and four former Catholic priests declared as "terrorists.".
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