By: Danilo Flores II
Political will, this is the common reason why both current President and former Vice President Jejomar Binay want Bongbong Marcos to be Vice President. Senator Bongbong, or Ferdinand Marcos Jr. finishes as seventh during the Senatorial race during in the 2010 national elections.
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[VIDEO]: QUEZON City, Philippines – In an exclusive interview with Weng Dela Fuente of the program “Liwanagin Natin”, Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr., declared his belief that the Vice-President can do more for the country, whoever wins the President. He said that there is no need to totally agree with each other…
Before becoming a Senator, Bongbong also serves as a Governor and a member of the House of Representatives. In his term as Senator, Bongbong becomes the chairman of the Committee on Local Government and Committee on Public Works.
On top of his chairmanship, Bongbong is also an active member of many other committees. Digong and Binay both believe that Bongbong Marcos can heal the wounds of Martial Law victims for they have both seen the truthfulness of his intentions to serve the Filipino people.
Supporters Want Digong – Bongbong Marcos Team Up
Former Davao City, now President Digong was a popular name fee months before the official campaign period began. The people appreciates the great achievements he accomplished in his City.
Many supporters from all over the country urge Davao’s chief to step up and lead the entire nations instead. The former mayor initially says he was too old and tired for the job. But the people’s cry went louder, then they were finally heard.
Upon official confirmation of his candidacy, the name of Bongbong Marcos instantly surfaces as Duterte’s perfect running mate. But the young Marcos already ties the knot with the late Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago.
Meanwhile, Digong finds a teammate in Senator Allan Peter Cayetano. The current President says he believes in the capability and political will of Sen. Cayetano to be his running mate and partner for change.
Digong Believes Ferdinand Marcos is A Hero; His Vote Is Always “YES”
Presidential Debates organized by the COMELEC seemed like a blockbuster hit anticipated by the Filipino people. The show provided an avenue where the people can get to know the aspiring Presidents and make a choice.
One of the debates by TV5 features a segment wherein the aspiring Presidents were asked a question answerable by a Yes or No. The controversial question is about their view on the burial of the late Marcos in the “Libingan ng mga Bayani.”
Digong and Binay voted Yes, while Grace Poe and Mar Roxas said No. During an ambush interview after the debate, Duterte said Ferdinand Marcos is a hero.