Mayor Isko Moreno Makes Promise for Filipinos If He Wins President
MAYOR ISKO MORENO – The Manila City Mayor vowed a normal life for the Filipinos by December 2022 if he wins president in the next election.
The presidential aspirants for the Election 2022 have already been identified as they have filed their Certificates of Candidacy (COC). According to the Commission on Elections (COMELEC), there is a total of 97 COCs filed for the presidential race next year.
One of the incumbent government officials who filed their COC for president in 2022 is Manila Mayor Isko Moreno. He is the standard-bearer of Aksyon Demokratiko.
Mayor Isko previously vowed to be a healing president if he wins the Election 2022. He also stressed the need to really focus on the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic as many people are losing their lives. He has chosen Doc Willie Ong to be his running-mate in the next political bid.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the Manila Mayor believes that the government has misused the funds intended for the COVID-19 pandemic. The Mayor wants to support the needs of the healthcare industry in the fight against the pandemic by building facilities for those who are infected and buying oxygens and the medicines needed in treating the patients.
Mayor Isko Moreno vowed a normal life for the Filipinos by December 31, 2022 if he wins president in the next election. According to him, he wants that the Filipinos can already go out by that time because they are vaccinated with booster shots. He wants the children to go back to school.
Aside from the promise of a normal life to the Filipinos, the Manila Mayor also previously expressed that he will cut down fuel and electricity taxes by 50 percent if he wins president in 2022. He stressed that he would prefer that the money of the people is with them rather than it goes to taxes and would only be corrupted by some officials.
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