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Now that Liberal Party released its list of possible senatorial candidates, what laws will Dingdong Dantes, Agot Isidro and Jim Paredes pass?

Liberal Party has already released the names of possible Senatorial candidates for 2019 elections and this includes Dingdong Dantes, Agot Isidro and Jim Paredes.

There have been rumors that the celebrities will soon enter politics. In a previous article, Marian Rivera, the wife of Dingdong, already hinted about his political plans.

Dingdong Dantes

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Senator Francis Pangilinan confirmed that the three celebrities are in their list of possible Senatorial bet. Veteran singer Leah Navarro is also included.

Among them, Dingdong Dantes is the only one who does not openly shares his political views. He does not express his criticism nor praises for Duterte administration.

Agot and Jim are critics of the present administration of President Rodrigo Duterte and everyone knows that. On the other hand, the common thing about them is that they haven’t officially declared their candidacy yet.

Agot Isidro

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Since, they have all the right to enter politics, people now anticipating what could they do as lawmakers of the Philippines.

Based on the article published in Bandera, digging down the personalities of these celebrities is not necessary. Moreover, what the voters are looking for is their capacity to create a better change for Filipinos.

People will anticipate how they will address certain social issues that the country is facing nowadays.

Jim Paredes

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They are expected to provide beacon of hope to improve the present economic status of the Philippines. Furthermore, there is a question arising with regards to this: Will they set aside their desire to criticize the administration?

What will be the laws that they will author in order to contribute to the betterment of the country?

As early as now, if they have really the urge to enter politics, then they should think of ways to help their beloved country and fellow Filipinos.

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