Apr 28 2016 11:41am

WATCH: Duterte challenges Trillanes to prove alleged undeclared wealth

Presidential candidate Mayor Rodrigo Duterte holds a Philippine flag while flashing the Number 1 sign as his campaign motorcade makes its way through the streets of Malabon, Philippines, Wednesday, April 27, 2016. The tough-talking Duterte, the mayor of the southern Philippine city of Davao, is the front-running candidate leading to the May 9 presidential elections. AP/Bullit Marquez

MANILA, Philippines - Presidential aspirant Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has challenged vice presidential bet Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV to prove that he has an undeclared bank account as the senator has alleged.

Trillanes earlier claimed that Duterte failed to declare P211 million in his 2014 Statement of Assets and Liabilities as required by law.

The senator also dared Duterte to file libel charges against him if proven that his allegations are wrong. He later released a document which he said lists bank transactions in Duterte's allegedly undeclared bank account.

Duterte, meanwhile, has denied Trillanes' allegations and claimed that the expose was fabricated.

READ: Duterte mulls charges vs Trillanes over 'undisclosed account' allegation

 


Duterte challenges Trillanes to prove allegations by philstarnews/Efigenio Toledo IV

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