Did Defense and AFP Chief assures VP Robredo they won’t back a revolutionary gov’t?

During the security briefing that was held at the Philippine Air Force headquarters at Villamor Air Base in Pasay City on the afternoon of November 8, Vice-president Leni Robredo asked the Armed Forces of the Philippines' (AFP) stand on declaring a revolutionary government, an idea recently floated by President Rodrigo Duterte.
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana and AFP chief Lt. Gen. Rey Leonardo Guerrero have allegedly assured Robredo that the military will not support any move placing the country under a revolutionary government, Inquirer reported.

In an interview, Robredo said,

In-assure tayo, in no uncertain terms, both ni Secretary Lorenzana saka ni AFP chief of staff Guerrero, na hindi sila susuporta sa revolutionary government at [sa] kahit anong threat sa ating Konstitusyon.

Nagtatanong pa din tayo, kasi may mga opisyal ng pamahalaan na involved sa usapin ng revolutionary government. Pero this afternoon, na-assure tayo – at madiin iyong assurance – na hindi sila susuporta sa ganiyan[g mga plano].
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Last month, the President threatened to form a "revolutionary government" if ever "your destabilization is worsening and it is becoming chaotic."

As per Inquirer, President Duterte was referring to the alleged destabilization plot by the "yellows" or the allies of Liberal Party (LP) and the previous Aquino administration, as well as the communist groups.