The government is doing everything to prevent the President’s speech from being leaked to anyone prematurely this time, presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said.
“We’ve discussed several measures on how to avoid a leakage. It’s now being finalized to make sure that what we’ll be doing will not be prematurely leaked to anyone,” Lacierda said.
Malacanang was strongly criticized by the media during the Sona of Aquino last July 2010 when his speech was leaked to a television network, which posted a copy in its website shortly after the President delivered it in the House of Representatives.
President Aquino ordered an investigation on the matter but Lacierda said the Palace was not able to find out where it came from. (Read full story)