Sara Duterte-Carpio is very popular in the Philippines, and she was invited to replace her father, President Rodrigo Duterte (Rodrigo Duterte). But on Tuesday, she confirmed that she would be the running mate of Ferdinand “Bangbang” Marcos, the presidential candidate and son of the Philippine dictator of the same name.
Sara Duterte-Carpio, the daughter of President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines, confirmed on Tuesday, November 16, that she will cooperate with the President in May 2022. Candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr runs for vice president together. Ended weeks of speculation surrounding the alliance of two powerful families in the archipelago.
Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr, 64, is the son of the Filipino dictator of the same name who was overthrown in 1986. In the Philippines, the president and vice president are elected separately.
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Rodrigo Duterte interrupted rumors that he was planning to run for vice president with his daughter. The President of the Philippines registered to participate in the 2022 senator election at the last minute of Monday, clarifying his intentions for the political future as head of state.
Rodrigo Duterte can no longer run for president
According to a registration form seen by Agence France-Presse, according to the constitution, Rodrigo Duterte was unable to run for a second six-year term. He submitted it to the election committee a few minutes before the end of his candidacy. Candidate qualifications. His main collaborator confirmed on Monday that Rodrigo Duterte will be a candidate for the Senate post.
Her daughter’s presidential candidacy is expected to succeed her father and may protect him from prosecution in the Philippines and investigations by the International Criminal Court for his “war on drugs”.
The alliance between the Marcos and Duterte family is considered by critics to be “strong”. The Duterte family has considerable political influence in the south of the country, while the Marcos family remains firmly established in the north of the country. Build it up.
AFP and Reuters