An official of the National Security Council (NSC) on Monday, Nov. 6, said they have yet to monitor any threats or destabilization plots against the administration of President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr.

“Based sa aming monitoring sa ating security sector, sa ating kapulisan, sa ating Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), na walang ganitong destabilization plot (Based on our monitoring of our security sector, of our police, and the AFP, there is no such destabilization plot),” NSC Assistant Director General and spokesperson Jonathan Malaya said during the Bagong Pilipinas Ngayon briefing.

Malaya issued this comment after earlier reports, citing AFP chief Gen. Romeo Brawner Jr., who reportedly said there is a destabilization plot against the government.

He also added that Brawner’s remarks were taken out of context.

Malaya also assured the public that the NSC will not allow such threats to succeed.

Earlier, NSC chair and National Security Adviser Eduardo Año said Brawner was misquoted or misinterpreted by the media while he was talking to the troops in Zamboanga City.

He said the Marcos administration’s trust rating remains high which means that the people are satisfied with the performance of the government in delivering services to the people and addressing all concerns and issues, including protecting the country’s sovereignty, sovereign rights and jurisdiction in the West Philippine Sea.PNA