Vice Pres. Robredo Kicks Off Presidential Campaign in Camarines Sur
ROBREDO – The Vice President started her presidential campaign with the vow for honest governance that reaches out to the people.
Ten (10) presidential candidates remain on the official ballot for the Election 2022 based on the list previously released by the Commission on Elections (Comelec). One of the candidates is Vice Pres. Leni Robredo.
Vice Pres. Robredo is running as an independent candidate. She tapped Senator Kiko Pangilinan, the vice-presidential bet of the Liberal Party, as her running-mate.
The Vice President has always been vocal about her pursuit to fight corruption in the government and for a leadership that reaches out to the poor and the marginalized sector. She also wants a nationwide expansion of the programs of the Office of the Vice President (OVP) in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today, the campaign period for the upcoming May 2022 Election officially started. Vice Pres. Leni Robredo kicked off her presidential campaign in Camarines Sur. Based on a report on GMA News, she vowed for honest governance if she wins president in the upcoming election.
Vice Pres. Robredo stressed that the Angat Buhay village in Lupi, Camarines Sur showed that if the government is honest and it reaches out to the people and feels their need, the funds go to the right purposes. The said project of the OVP is a relocation site for the victims of typhoons Ulysses, Rolly, and Quinta in 2020.
The Vice President expressed that there will be no change not until the old system in politics is changed and the people are given inspiration and hope. She invited everyone to join her as she stressed her confidence that anything can be surpassed because of the support she gets.
“Malakas po ang loob ko dahil alam ko na kahit anong hirap ang pagdaanan natin, kakayanin natin dahil magkasama tayo,” she said.
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