Presidential Debate under Fire
Presidential debates always happen during national elections. But this time, it puts a smile on people’s faces. Bongbong Marcos who is under attack by the mainstream media for allegedly not completing his degree is the most sensible. He is ready to explain his political platform. Whereas Leni Robredo and Manny Pacquaio talk about their face-to-face preferences. Ping Lacson also looks forward to showing his character off. And Isko Moreno wishes for an equal opportunity to introduce himself to the public.
The Comelec’s Preparation for the Presidential Debate
Under the new normal circumstance, a face-to-face presidential debate can happen but this time, with no audience. The thrill can manifest during the exchanges of ideas, rebattles, and others. Sensitive questions are also on the line.
The Degree of Confidence
The upcoming presidential debate can really shape up the educational preference of Filipinos. Due to the digital change at the workplace, successful people are the ones who embrace technology. The ones who are willing to learn, change, and embrace the new ways of doing things. If a degree matters, it’s certainly the degree of confidence in dealing with the country’s problems.