It all ends well: Coco Martin, ABS-CBN execs hold dialogue with DILG officials at Camp Crame

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Manila, Philippines – “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” lead actor Coco Martin and some of ABS-CBN executives met with the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) officials at Camp Crame on November 21, emerging from the hour-long dialogue more “enlightened” about each other’s stand.

In an interview aired on TV Patrol, Martin said the meeting went well as they were able to explain that they only want to “inspire viewers” with their story.

The said meeting was attended by DILG Secretary Eduardo Año.

If recalled, Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Oscar Albayalde voiced out few days ago that he show gives a bad impression of some police officers.

The PNP chief raised concern over the show promoting the idea of “instant justice” as well as representing the PNP chief as a villain in the said TV show.

Martin added that during the meeting, they reiterated their support for the PNP and that they are willing to cooperate or “magtulungan kung ano ang mas ikakabuti at ikakaganda ng bayan.”

Meanwhile, according to DILG spokesperson Jonathan Malaya, they will not sue ABS-CBN over the show.

“From the very beginning, we said we don’t want the show cancelled nor do we have any intention of dictating on the show’s plot. We respect freedom of expression and the creative license of ‘Ang Probinsyano,’” Malaya said in Filipino

Next week, the team of “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” will also meet with Albayalde.

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