Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte Speaks on Possible Presidential Candidacy in 2034
SARA DUTERTE – The Davao City Mayor told her supporters to wait for 2034 over possible presidential candidacy.
The presidential term of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is about to end. In 2022, another national election will be held for the highest position in the Philippine government.
Undeniably, even since last year, there are already names on who will possibly run for president in the 2022 Elections. Surveys were also conducted for possible presidential candidates.
In surveys, the name of presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte topped the list of possible presidential candidates for the 2022 Elections.
There are a lot of people and groups who have already expressed support to the Davao City Mayor if she will run for president in 2022. Many people are really urging the presidential daughter.
However, previously, the Davao City Mayor clarified that she does not intend to run for president in 2022. The said decision is greatly welcomed by Pres. Duterte.
According to the President, he does not want his daughter to go through what a president is going through in the position. He’s visibly happy that she has no plans to run for president in 2022.
Recently, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte stressed that she is grateful for the trust and confidence of her supporters. Based on the report, her statement came as calendars with words “Run, Sara, Run for President for 2022” circulate in Quezon City and streamers in Davao de Oro.
According to the report, on the part of the presidential daughter, she placed the possibility of running for president in the future election citing 2034. It is also conditional.
“I am pleading to them to please allow me to run for President [in] 2034, if at that time there is something I can do to help the country. Thank you,” Mayor Inday Sara said.
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