Sen. Manny Pacquiao Speaks on Comelec Presidential Debate
MANNY PACQUIAO – The PROMDI standard-bearer laughed when asked about a candidate who wants to know the topics prior to the debate.
The presidential candidates for the May 2022 Election are currently busy campaigning to the people. They are visiting different cities and reaching as many Filipinos as they can before the campaign period set by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) is over.
Grand rallies are held in the different areas in the country as the candidates visit cities and provinces to campaign. A lot of supporters are eager to meet their bets in person this grand rallies usually gather the crowd.
Aside from the grand rallies, debate is also another thing that many Filipino voters await. Recently, the CNN Presidential Debate 2022 was held it gathered 9 out of 10 presidential bets in the upcoming poll in one venue. Only Partido Federal ng Pilipinas standard-bearer and former Sen. Bongbong Marcos was absent at the event.
According to the camp of Marcos Jr., they sent a letter to Comelec as the former Senator wants a discussion first with the poll body and his fellow candidates regarding the debate format. He also wants the topics to be tackled.
During his visit to Pangasinan, Sen. Manny Pacquiao was asked about a candidate asking for the topics prior to the debate. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the PROMDI standard-bearer laughed and stressed the need to ask the debate questions when you are running for president.
“Debate pa lang natatakot na. Paano pag nanalo ka na? Nakakatakot baka magnakaw naman, yung pera ng gobyerno. Baka sabihin niya sa inyo, sa taumbayan, ‘Bakit nangako ba ako sa inyo? Kaya nga hindi ako nag-attend ng debate eh,'” he said.
Sen. Manny Pacquiao stressed that the real and competent leader can speak things from the heart even on sudden questionings. He is set to campaign for two (2) days in Pangasinan which has around 2.1 million registered voters.
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