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[翻译]AS IT IS - Philippines Duterte Urges Citizens to Shoot Drug Dealers

来源:慢速英语   时间:2016-06-12 09:06:08

The Philippine president-elect has a new program to fight crime.

菲律宾当选总统拥有一项打击犯罪的新方案。

President-elect Rodrigo Duterte said people should go after drug dealers themselves.

当选总统罗德里戈·杜特尔特(Rodrigo Duterte)表示,民众可以自己追击毒贩。

In a speech, he said people with guns should shoot and kill drug dealers who refuse to be taken to a police station. The same is true, he said, if drug dealers threaten people with a gun or a knife.

他在一次演讲中表示,有枪的民众可以击毙拒绝被带到派出所的毒贩。他说,如果毒贩用刀枪威胁民众,也可以击毙他们。

"Please feel free to call us, the police, or do it yourself if you have a gun ... you have my support," Duterte said. "Shoot him, and I'll give you a medal."

杜特尔特表示,“民众可以随时给报警,如果有枪的话你也能自己动手,我支持你。毙了他,我会给你颁奖。”

His speech was reported on by the Associated Press.

他的演讲得到了美联社的报道。

Duterte won the May 9 presidential election on a promise to end crime and corruption within six months of taking office.

杜特尔特赢得了5月9日的总统选举,他承诺在就任总统六个月内消除犯罪和腐败。

But his tough talk during and immediately after the presidential election has alarmed some. Human rights groups said that citizens could use the president’s words to kill people they don’t like by saying they were drug dealers.

但是他在总统选举期间和大选之后的一些强硬言论惊动了一些人。人权组织表示,民众会利用总统的言论杀死他们不喜欢的人,然后说他们是毒贩。

Rafendi Djamin is Amnesty International’s Director for South East Asia and the Pacific. “As leader of the Philippines, the president-elect must protect and uphold human rights, not reject them,” he said. “That includes the right to life, due process and fair trial."

Rafendi Djamin是国际特赦组织东南亚和太平洋地区负责人。他说,“作为菲律宾总统,他必须保护和维护人权,而不是置之不理。人权包括生存权、程序正义和公正审判。”

As the longtime mayor of Davao City, Duterte put in tough penalties for crime. But Human Rights Watch said he went too far, using death squads to kill more than 1,000 people.

作为达沃市长期市长,杜特尔特严厉打击犯罪。但是人权观察组织表示,他用敢死队杀死了超过1000人,做得太过火了。

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Words in This Story

medal – n. a piece of metal often in the form of a coin with designs and words in honor of a special event, a person, or an achievement want to hear from you.

alarm – v. to worry someone

uphold – v. to support or defend something or someone

squad – n. a part of a police force that deals with a specific type of crime