Mayor Sara Du30-Carpio and Bongbong Marcos once again join hands together in making the wedding of Du30 Youth Ronald Cardona’s wedding memorable. Inday Sara as she is fondly called officiates the civil ceremony. Marcos is referred to as the Vice President after he gives his inspirational message to them. The series of events show a close alliance between the Du30s and Marcoses. This could be a positive sign to the realization of the President’s promise for Marcos to take his place.
Youtube video by; DU30 News
[VIDEO]: BONGBONG MARCOS AT MAYOR SARA DUTERTE PINASAYA SA KASAL NI DUTERTE YOUTH RONALD CARDONA – PANOORIN.
Plans of Running for Congressional Seat
Mayor Sara already said that she is not interested in running for any national post in the next elections. “I do not have plans on running for a national post in the 2019 elections. I have plans for running for the 1st congressional district of Davao City,” she once told reporters.
Former Senator Santiago’s Death Anniversary
Friends, relatives, and members of youth groups that supported the late senator Miriam Defensor Santiago gathered to remember the“Miriam Magic.” This is during the commemoration of her first death anniversary. Mayor Sara, former president Joseph Estrada, and Bongbong Marcos paid their respects to Defensor at the Loyola Memorial Park in Marikina City.
Wedding of Imee Marcos’ Son
Mayor Sara also flew all the way from Davao City to Ilocos Norte just to attend the grand wedding of Governor Imee Marcos’ son Michael to Cara Manglapus. She is one of the principal sponsors.
Truth Amidst Rumors
Apart from the aforementioned events. Gov. Imee Marcos was also in the Presidential daughter’s Tapang at Malasakit Alliance launch. Needless to say, there’s no conflict in their future political positions. It’s too early to say for 2022 elections but, it’s only a stone throw away for Bongbong Marcos’ recount against VP Leni Robredo in February 2018. Should he succeeds, perhaps, it’s more likely that Gov. Marcos is Senator and Mayor Sara is Congresswoman for 2019.
Senator Risa Hontiveros’ obsession with the late President Ferdinand E. Marcos is elevated to the higher level when she likened Mayor Sara of Davao, the president’s daughter to the most popular leader of the country. Of course, Inday Sara as she is fondly called can only be too proud. She reiterates by calling Hontiveros the spokesperson of terrorists.
Youtube video by; Malayang Pilipinas
[VIDEO]: RISA HONTIVEROS NANAWAGANG LABANAN ANG DIKTADORYANG DUTERTE
Senator Risa Hontiveros accuses Davao City Mayor Sara of using the tactic of the late President Ferdinand Marcos after the latter indicts her for “abetting rebellion.” Hontiveros defends the Maute group by saying that they are not rebels but they only fight for their own ideology.
At first, it was the President whom the Liberal Party assumes to follow the footsteps of ex- President Marcos against democracy defenders. Hontiveros mentions the likes of Soc Rodrigo, Lorenzo Tanada, and Ka Pepe Diokno.” Now, it’s his daughter. People are confused why the yellow faction keep on pressing on Marcos. Is that because of their highest elected official, Leni Robredo is about to be toppled by the namesake, Bongbong Marcos through the electoral protest?
Mayor Sara recently resorts to Facebook to express on Hontiveros’ statements and said that she is “abetting rebellion”. This is Hontiveros’ justification of the Marawi City conflict. Maute Group act doesn’t fall either in rebellion or invasion, she said. This prompted Inday Sara to inquire why Hontiveros is acting like the terrorists’ spokesperson?
Hontiveros is disappointed by Inday Sara’s remarks whom she considered as “friendly acquaintance”. “The Mayor and I are friendly to each other for some years now, I respect her as a fellow woman leader,” Hontiveros said. Obviously, they have two different beliefs when it comes to the Maute Group’s illegal violence in Marawi. After all, they burned government facilities, killed civilians, and took over public properties before the president decided to pursue them using military powers.