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“Di yan pwede kay Enrile” is a filipino phrase directly translated as “That is not ok with Enrile” is candidate jingle of Juan Castañer Ponce Enrile, Jr., better known for Jack Enrile (born: July 16, 1958) is the current Representative of the First District of Cagayan in the Fifteenth Congress. He is the only son of Senator Juan Ponce Enrile and former Ambassador to the Holy See Cristina Castañer. He is running for the senatorial race in the 2013 Philippine general elections under the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) Party.
Origin and Spread
Directly taken from the Philippine yahoo news article
A hash tag for standing up!
“Enrile” contained in the hash tag above was a reference of course to JACK ENRILE, candidate for Senator in the Philippines’ 2013 Elections.
As it turns out, “DiyanpwedekayEnrile” (translated: “Enrile won’t have it”) was already a popular hash tag carried by youth across the country known only by their Twitter handles.
Inspired by Jack’s political advertisement that showed common folk standing up to greedy food hoarders and others who would shortchange them, people took to using the hashtag to express their disapproval and disarm those who would abuse them or try to “pull one” over them, all in tongue-in-cheek fashion.
The #DiyanPwedekayEnrile hashtag has taken on a life of its own, updated to the minute with hilarious tweets and comments from Netizens.
New generation Enrile makes a bid for the SenateAll this is bidding well for Jack Enrile, a member of Congress over the last 10 years, who now presents himself to Filipinos for election as Senator on the platform of food security.
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