Bong Go has this reaction to the recent statement of Sara Duterte
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte announced her tandem with former Senator Bongbong Marcos and in her statement she said PDP-Laban refused to support this, and this received a reaction from Senator Bong Go.
Go initially filed his certificate of candidacy for vice president under the ruling party. On the other hand, after withdrawing, he filed for substitiom under Pederalismo ng Dugong Dakilang Samahan (PDDS) but he still got the support of PDP-Laban and the support of President Rodrigo Duterte.
The presidential daughter is running under Lakas-CMD. She said that the party in which her father belongs refused to support her tandem with Bongbong Marcos.
“Tinanggihan ito ng PDP at naiintindihan natin ito. Pero gusto ko lamang na linawin — walang pangalan na sinisira o dinudungisan, walang sinasagasaan, walang inaagrabyado, inaaway, pinapaiyak o inaapi,” the Davao City Mayor said.
Based on the report from UNTV reporter Harlene Delgado, Senator Bong Go reacted to the said statement of the presidential daughter. The Senator said that he will let the leadership of the ruling party to clarify this matter.
He added that he knows they are not refusing anybody and as the administration party, the Senator stressed that they are reaching out to those who support the Chief Executive.
Then, Bong Go said that when it comes to Sara Duterte, it has been their wish that she will be well. “As I’ve said earlier, kung ako Lang ang tatanungin, siya ang aking sinusuportahan sa pagka-bise presidente,” the Senator added.
READ: Sen. Bong Go on Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio’s claim that the ruling party PDP-Laban refused to support her tandem with ex-Sen. BongBong Marcos. @UNTVNewsRescue @RadyoLaVerdad pic.twitter.com/gf1jVtxnbE— Harlene Delgado (@HarleneDelgado) November 17, 2021
Meanwhile, recent surveys showed that the tandem of Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte is receiving positive feedback. Despite the changes that happened before the final day of candidacy withdrawal and substitution, presidential and vice presidential candidates said that they were unbothered by these changes.
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