Sara Duterte To Aspiring VP Running Mates: Meet Me At West Philippine Sea

DAVAO CITY, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Davao City Bureau) – Bongbong and Imee Marcos met with her. Gibo Teodoro met with her. A few other politicians want to meet with her to explore the possibility of being her Vice Presidential running mate come 2022.

Today, Davao City Mayor and Presidential Daughter Sara Duterte Carpio said that henceforth, all those who want to meet with her will have to do so at West Philippine Sea.

“I want a VP running mate who has the balls to either jet ski or take a yacht and meet me at Scarborough Shoal or any of the territories at WPS disputed with China. The WPS is going to me a big issue in the next administration,” she told The Adobo Chronicles.

Among those who have expressed their desire to meet with Carpio are Senators Win Gatchalian and Tito Sotto, Congressman Lucy Torres Gomez and OWWA Deputy Administrator Mocha Uson.

2022 Philippine Elections To Be Postponed?

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Just as the pre-campaigning for the 2022 Presidential elections goes into high gear, the Philippines’ Department of Health has announced that parties are banned during the pandemic.

The DOH announcement now puts into question whether or not the May, 2022 national elections will go on as scheduled or will be postponed until the pandemic is over.

The Adobo Chronicles learned that the country’s major political parties have filed a petition asking DOH to reconsider its ban. Among such parties include the Liberal Party, Nacionalista Party, PDP Laban, 1Sambayan, and the party of Ely Pamatong.

Leni Blames Duterte For Low Peso Exchange Against The U.S. Dollar

QUEZON CITY, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Quezon City Bureau) – Nothing that President Rodrigo Duterte says or does escapes scrutiny by Vice President Leni Robredo — from the war on drugs to the Administration’s Covid-19 response. The U.S. Dollar to PH Peso exchange rate is no exception.

Today, Robredo lambasted Duterte for the suffering being experienced right now by Filipinos who earn their living or pension in the American currency.

The VP said she commiserates with the U.S. dollar-earning Filipinos whose incomes have been greatly reduced.

“If I become President, one of my priorities in my first 100 days is to make sure that the U.S. dollar will command a much higher rate for the Philippine peso.

Looks like Robredo’s economic managers failed to brief her that a lower PH exchange rate for the US dollar actually means the peso is strong against the dollar and bodes well for the economy.

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