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Anti-Government Groups Give “Run Sara Run” Some Dirty Fingers on EDSA

A group of anti-government people disrespects the “Run Sara Run” caravan during the EDSA People Power Revolution 35th anniversary.

On Facebook, photos show a group of anti-government giving filthy actions when they met the participants of the ‘Run Sara Run’ caravan held on the day of the EDSA People Power Revolution 35th Anniversary.

Run Sara Run Caravan

In the photos spread on Facebook, the anti-government group seems irritated with the Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte’s supporters riding vehicles with tarpaulins that urge Inday Sara to run for president.

However, it was not seen in the photos if Inday Sara’s supporters retaliated as photos show their hands only raised. The photos went viral on social media and even some prominent government critics could not help but react.

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Run Sara Run Caravan

According to a netizen, the photo may be a sign that the people do not want Inday Sara to lead. It will be recalled that there are groups promoting her presidential candidacy.

The supporters’ caravan was lead by some sports cars that participated in the gathering. Some supporters of the President even took pictures at the EDSA People Power monument.

Run Sara Run Caravan

Inday Sara remained passive with her possible participation in the next election. Inday Sara said she is not willing to run for a higher position, even her father did not want her to follow his footsteps.

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