Category Archives: DUTERTE SARA

DABAWENYOS TO GET CASH AID THROUGH  DAVAO QUICK RESPONSE (DQR) SYSTEM 

Sara vouches for Davao QR’s edge in ‘ayuda’ payout

DAVAO CITY – Mayor Sara Z. Duterte is hopeful that the next local administration would continue using the Safe Davao Quick Response (DQR) system for future gifts or “ayuda” (social services) from the government to Dabawenyos.In a radio interview Monday, she said that the mechanism would be… Read More

SARA DEFENDS SLIDE TO VICE PRESIDENCY IN 2022 ELECTION

VP run opportunity to widen reach of service

It was a hard decision but Davao City Mayor and vice-presidential candidate Sara Duterte opted to heed the clamor to serve the country.After she filed her certificate of candidacy (COC) for reelection on October 2, Duterte’s supporters continued their call for her to run for… Read More

MARCOS ADOPTS SARA AS VICE PRESIDENT IN 2022 ELECTION

After Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte filed on Saturday, November 3, her bid as vice president,not for president innext year’s polls under the Lakas-CMD, the party of presidential aspirant Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. said it will adopt Sara as the former senator’s vice presidential candidate in the 2022 elections.

The Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP) issued a resolution on Saturday afternoon adopting Sara and endorsing her for vice president in 2022 as soon as Sara filed at the Commission on Elections (Comelec) also on Saturday her certificate of candidacy (COC) as substitute for Lakas-CMD’s Lyle Uy.

SARA DUTERTE FILES COC FOR VICE PRESIDENT UNDER LAKAS-CMD

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte ended speculations over what position she would run for in the 2022 elections by filing on Saturday her Certificate Of Candidacy (COC) for vice president under Lakas-CMD.

Duterte-Carpio’s filing for vice president comes after her COC withdrawal for reelection as Davao City mayor on Tuesday and resigning from her regional party Hugpong ng Pagbabago on Thursday and her joining the Lakas-CMD chaired by former PresidentGloria Aroyo.

Sasa filed her COC as substitute for Lakas-CMD’s Lyle Uy at the Commission on Elections (Comelec)

Her COC was filed by lawyer Reynold Munsayac two days before the deadline for substitution of election aspirants on November 15.

SUBSTITUTION

PARTY OFFERS TO SUBSTITUTE PRESIDENTIAL BET WITH SARA DUTERTE IN 2022 ELECTION

PDDS prexy bet willing to ‘give way’ to Sara

MANILA – The presidential candidate of the political party Pederalismo ng Dugong Dakilang Samahan (PDDS) on Friday expressed willingness to “give way” in case Davao City Mayor Sara “Inday” Duterte decides to seek the highest government post.In a virtual forum, PDDS presidential bet Grepor… Read More

Roque hoping for ‘miracle’ of Sara Duterte running for president

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque is hoping for a “miracle” that Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte would run as president in the May 2022 national elections.

Roque is still undecided about running for senator in the 2022 polls but will consider pushing through if Sara, who filed her candidacy for reelection in Davao City, changes her mind.

He made this remark after the People’s Reform Party (PRP) disclosed that he is among the senatorial candidates of the political party formed by the late Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago.

“Unang-una po, umaasa pa rin tayo na gaya ng sinabi natin na nais natin tumakbo kasama po si Mayor Sara, ‘yan po yung pinaka importanteng konsiderasyon. (We are still hopeful that I could run together with Mayor Sara, that’s the most important consideration),” he said in a Palace press briefing.

Roque acknowledged that Sara herself has dismissed substituting for other candidates, but he is still hoping that she would rethink this decision.

“Habang hindi pa po tapos ‘yung substitution marami pa rin pong umaasa. Alam ko po sinabi niya hindi na talaga, pero malay niyo naman po magkaroon ng milagro (While substitution has not ended yet, there are still those hoping. I know she said she won’t run, but a miracle could still happen),” he added.

Political parties only have until November 15 to replace their candidates for the 2022 polls.

Roque said he was also considering the huge amount of money needed to campaign for a national position.

“Ako po’y hindi anak mayaman, hindi po ako anak politiko. Napakatinding paghamon ‘yung salapi na kinakailangan para tumakbo (I was not born with rich parents and I am not the child of politicians. The amount needed to run for a national post is a huge challenge),” he added.

On October 2, Sara filed her certificate of candidacy (COC) for her third and final term for mayor.

She did not give in to her supporters’ clamor for her to run for president in the 2022 polls up to the last minute of the COC filing last October 8.

Instead, it was former Philippine National Police chief, Senator Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa, who filed his COC for president under PDP-Laban. He is also a member of Duterte’s Hugpong ng Pagbabago party.

In a press statement last Friday, PRP vice president Rey David said Roque is expected to join former Defense Secretary Gilbert “Gibo” Teodoro Jr. in the PRP Senate slate as a substitute candidate.

He said the party is also hopeful that Sara would reconsider her political decision and run for the presidency. (PNA)