Former Sen. Marcos Jr. Wants to Continue Pres. Duterte’s Build Build Build
MARCOS JR – Presidential aspirant and former Sen. Bongbong Marcos spoke on the “Build Build Build” project of Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte.
Presidential aspirants for the Election 2022 start to talk about their plans if they will win next year. One of them is former Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. who is the standard-bearer of Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP). Several other political parties including the national party Lakas-CMD are endorsing him as their presidential bet in next year’s poll.
The presidential candidacy of the only son of the late former dictator Ferdinand Edralin Marcos Sr. ignited a lot of issues that surround the regime of his late father. Accusations about their supposed ill-gotten wealth crossed the surface once again.
Former Sen. Bongbong Marcos was also questioned about his “Oxford” education which he gained a special diploma. His previous failure to file his income tax returns (ITR) also resurfaced. Despite all the petitions against his candidacy, he is determined to push through running for the highest position in the government.
The runningmate of Marcos Jr. is Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte. The presidential daughter is under Lakas-CMD. The BBM-Sara tandem hooked a lot of supporters. Recently, the tandem visited Eastern Samar and he spoke before the crown in Borongan.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the former Senator expressed that he finds his tandem with Mayor Inday Sara a beautiful symbol of unity between the North and the South and meeting at the center in Eastern Samar.
According to Marcos Jr., he will continue to expand the Build Build Build program of Pres. Duterte and is thinking of ways that can pave the way for the recovery of the economy of the Philippines. During their visit to Borongan City, they also inaugurated their headquarters and met with the local officials in the provinces of Samar, Eastern Samar, and Leyte.
The former Senator lost in the Samar Island during the 2016 Election. Pres. Duterte also failed to win the votes of the people in Samar.
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