Davao Mayor Sara Duterte Expresses Side on Next Comelec-Led Debate
SARA DUTERTE – The vice-presidential candidate and Davao City Mayor was asked if she will attend the next Comelec-led debate.
The May 2022 Elections are fast approaching and the candidates are taking a doubled time in campaigning. Most of them have hectic schedules visiting as many cities and provinces as they can before the campaign period is over.
Different activities were held prior and during every grand rally. There are caravans and some showbiz celebrities have also joined certain candidates in their campaign rallies to give entertainment to the audience and express their support for their bets.
Aside from the grand rallies, many Filipinos are also looking forward to presidential and vice-presidential interviews and debates. Recently, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) held its first part of a series of debates for the candidates for president and vice president in the upcoming poll.
However, some candidates were absent during the first part of the debates. Presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte did not grace the CNN Vice Presidential Debate 2022.
Prior to it, the camp of Mayor Sara claimed that they have yet to receive an invitation and whether or not they will be invited, the Lakas-CMD Vice-Presidential candidate will not attend the event. Previously, the Davao City Mayor said that she has personal reasons behind her decision not to attend a debate.
Recently, in a chance interview, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte was asked about the next Comelec-led debate. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the Lakas-CMD vice-presidential bet said that she has yet to discuss it with her campaign team.
Mayor Sara is leading the surveys about the people’s preference for the vice-presidential election. Her running-mate, Partido Federal ng Pilipinas standard-bearer and former Senator Bongbong Marcos, did not also attend the debate sponsored by Comelec.
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