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WATCH: Mocha Uson, Drew Olivar, ginawang katatawanan ang sign language

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WATCH: Mocha Uson, Drew Olivar, ginawang katatawanan ang sign language

Matapos silang batikusin sa “Pepedederalismo” video, ginawa naman ngayong katatawanan nila PCOO Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson at blogger na si Drew Olivar ang sign language na ginagamit ng deaf community.

Sa video ay makikitang hinimok ni Uson si Olivar na mag-sign language. Subalit kung anu-anong nakakainsultong hand gestures lang ang ginawa ni Olivar.

Ayon sa Republic Act No. 9442, ang ginawa nila Uson at Olivar ay isang uri ng pang-iinsulto o vilification laban sa mga Person with Disability (PWD).

Section 7. Chapter 1. Deliverance from Public Ridicule    For purposes of this Chapter, public ridicule shall be defined as an act of making fun or contemptuous imitating or making mockery of persons with disability whether in writing, or in words, or in action due to their impairment/s. The following constitutes acts of public ridicule:

Making fun of a person on account of his/her disability even through jokes in a manner that is degrading resulting to the embarrassment of the person with disability in front of two or more persons;

Making mockery of a person with disability whether in oral or in writing;

Imitating a person with disability in public gatherings, stage shows, carnivals, television shows, broadcast media and other forms of entertainments that are offensive to the rights and dignity of persons with disability or any other similar acts;

No individual, group or community shall execute any of these acts of ridicule against persons with disability in any time and place which could intimidate or result in loss of self-esteem of the latter.

Section 8. Chapter 2. Deliverance from Vilification    For purposes of this Chapter, vilification shall be defined as:

The utterance of slanderous and abusive statements against a person with disability such as but not limited to: (1) calling a person by his disability in public which results to humiliation; (2) using the disability of a person as an example in a manner that is embarrassing and humiliating to the dignity of persons with disability.

An activity in public which incites hatred towards, serious contempt for, or severe ridicule of persons with disability.

Any individual, group or community is hereby prohibited from vilifying any person with disability which could result into loss of self-esteem of the latter.


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