Is Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte Running for President in 2022?
SARA DUTERTE – The Davao City Mayor revealed her decision on the bid for president in the Elections 2022. Here’s what she said.
Talks about the election are on the surface now as it is less than a year before the Election 2022. There are already a few people who have confirmed their bid for the next political poll.
Senators Ping Lacson and Tito Sotto confirmed their tandem in the next election. Lacson will run for president while Sotto will run for vice president. They stressed “KKK – Katapangan. Kakayahan. Katapatan.”.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte also announced his bid for vice president in the next election. He accepted the nomination of his political party, the ruling party PDP-Laban.
Previously, there were rumors that Pres. Duterte and his daughter, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte, will be runningmates. The Davao Chief Executive was quick to deny it saying that it will never happen. The 76-year-old President also said that only one from their family will run for a national position.
Following the confirmation of Pres. Duterte to run for vice president, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte revealed her decision for the Election 2022. She is not taking a presidential bid.
Speaking to ABS-CBN News, the Davao City Mayor stressed that she and Pres. Duterte agreed that only one (1) of them will run for a national post next year. When asked if it affected her plans, the presidential daughter said it does not. She expressed her gratitude to everyone who assured her support in case she’ll run for president. She’s happy over the unity in the desire to see “a better Philippines in the future”.
The Davao City Mayor also expressed that the political decisions do not affect their relationship in the family. According to her, work is different from family and they don’t take things personally.
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