Former Sen. Trillanes Gives Message for Vice Pres. Robredo
TRILLANES – Former Senator Antonio “Sonny” Trillanes IV called out Vice President Leni Robredo to make an immediate decision over the Election 2022.
Recently, several politicians have announced their bid for a specific position in the Election 2022. The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) is set to start accepting certificates of candidacies (COCs) in October.
Several presidential candidates have announced their bid and only a few left of those who were eyed to run for president has yet to make a final announcement. One of them is Vice President Leni Robredo.
Robredo was previously asked several times about it. She maintained her stand that the presidency is not something that is being planned but it is fate. She assured the public that she will make her announcement in due time.
Recently, following several people confirming their presidential bid, former Senator Antonio “Sonny” Trillanes IV called out Vice Pres. Leni Robredo. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, he is asking the Vice President to make an immediate decision.
Former Sen. Trillanes spoke on behalf of Magdalo. According to him, the concerns of a lot of people with regards to whether or not Vice Pres. Robredo would run for president needs to be addressed. He stressed that they are not in a rush but they must not also be left behind in the talks of the people.
Previously, Vice Pres. Robredo stressed that what she is trying to avoid is for the opposition to be divided in the upcoming election. She is after unity in the upcoming political race.
As of this writing, Senator Manny Pacquiao and Manila Mayor Isko Moreno have confirmed that they will be running for president in the upcoming election. The two (2) politicians previously had a meeting with the Vice President regarding the upcoming political race in 2022.
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