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Editorial: Sara Duterte’s rise
August 4, 2018


UNLIKE Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte, Special Assistant to the President Christopher “Bong” Go is taking a less subtle route to national politics. This is probably because Go is different from Sara in at least two counts: one, he is not President Duterte’s child but his assistant and, two, he is less powerful and, therefore, less popular than the President’s daughter.

The joke is actually on Go, especially in social media. Photos of tarpaulins that announce his intention to run for senator (although he still has to formally announce his bid) have become the subject of hilarious memes. There’s not much talk about a Sara Duterte senatorial run but the idea of her succeeding her father can be a more powerful image.

And she has flexed her political muscle in at least two instances. She formed the “regional party” Hugpong ng Pagbabago that is now threatening to eclipse the administration party PDP-Laban and she acted as “kingmaker” in the House of Representatives, helping former president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo become Speaker.

Now, even veteran politicians are starting to look at Sara differently. Sen. Panfilo Lacson, who partly plays political opposition when given a chance, has called Sara his kind of future leader. Other politicians are already planning to join Sara’s Hugpong, further strengthening her political clout.

The 2022 presidential election is still far away but Sara, to use a Cebuano term, is “namuhunan nang daan.” There is still 2019 to hurdle but Sara, if she runs for senator, is expected to pass the test. In surveys, she is among the few who are neither incumbent nor former senators who is in the Magic 12.

As expected, political opportunists are now grabbing Sara Duterte’s coattails, or should we say “saya,” as she rises in national politics. In areas like Cebu, this has given politicians, who were marginalized by President Duterte’s assumption to power in 2016, a chance to try to recover lost ground. They are hoping that by being pro-Sara, the support that she and her father are getting would also rub off on them.

This is an interesting development, one that wily politicians are taking cognizance of.

https://www.sunstar.com.ph/article/1756 ... ertes-rise

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pakulo ba to ang mga dilawan, go at sara,....




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Pacquiao wants Sara Duterte to run for senator in 2019
By: Cathrine Gonzales - Reporter / @cgonzalesINQ INQUIRER.net / 04:05 PM August 04, 2018


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Davao City Mayor Inday Sarah Duterte-Carpio. INQUIRER file photo / ARJOY M. CENIZA

Senator Manny Pacquiao on Saturday said he wants presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio to run for a Senate seat in the 2019 elections.

“Para sa akin, gusto ko ‘yan. Gusto kong tumakbo siya dyan as senador [For me, I want that. I want her to run as senator],” he said during an interview with DWIZ.

Pacquiao praised Sara Duterte for her political will, which he said was shown in her stint as mayor for Davao City.

“Especially meron siyang political will. Na-manage nga niya nang husto yung Davao City (Especially that she has political will. She even managed to organize Davao City well),” he said.

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He also said she can “help a lot” in the Senate.

Aside from Pacquiao, Senator Panfilo Lacson also said the presidential daughter is his “top choice” should a next leader for the country come from the younger breed. /jpv


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Dapat talaga maisabatas na anti political dynasty

Pami pamilya na lang nagpapatakbo sa pinas

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Sara Duterte says Mocha Uson should be 'more circumspect' about federalism video

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Published 7:54 AM, August 10, 2018



MANILA, Philippines – The President's own daughter said Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson should have thought twice before posting about the controversial federalism jingle.

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte Carpio, speaking at a youth environment group event in Camarines Sur on Thursday, August 9, said Uson's role as government official demands this.


"I think our secretary should be more circumspect siguro (maybe) with her actions because she already is a government official," she is quoted as saying in an ABS-CBN News article.

Uson's manner of promoting federalism should be "fixed," even if the goal of spreading awareness about this system of government is laudable.

"But tama naman 'yung gusto nila na mapalaki 'yung campaign ng federalism. Siguro 'yung messaging lang ayusin," said the presidential daughter.

(But the desire to promote the federalism campaign is correct. Maybe the messaging just has to be fixed.)

The mayor's remarks are in contrast to what Malacañang claims was her father's initial reaction to Uson's video. President Rodrigo Duterte was "very cool" about the controversial jingle and said he respects Uson's right to freedom of expression, said Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque.

Uson has so far been unapologetic about the federalism jingle performed by a pro-Duterte blogger in her office in Malacañang which she posted on her official Facebook page.

Lawmakers, including allies of the President, have called it "lewd" and inappropriate. Uson's own colleagues at the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) thumbed down the video.

Philippine Information Agency director-general Harold Clavite called on her to publicly apologize and go on leave. PCOO Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy admitted Uson violated the government code of ethics. – Rappler.com

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Roque joins Sara Duterte's regional political party


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Updated 06:11 AM PHT Wed, August 8, 2018


Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, August 7) — Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque has joined the regional political party of presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio.

He confirmed he took an oath under the Davao region party Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP) on Monday.

Roque said it makes sense for him to join HNP because his boss, President Rodrigo Duterte, is a part of it.

"I am the presidential spokesperson and the president said that ever since Hugpong is his party. I think it's only right that I also join his party," he said in a media briefing on Monday.

He said, while Duterte remains the chairman of national political party PDP-Laban, he has always identified himself with HNP, which was established this year.

"This is without prejudice to alliances that Hugpong may enter into, including with PDP-Laban, that is not really an impossibility. He (Duterte) is also the chairman of PDP so I should also be there, but first and foremost when I asked him, the President said Hugpong has always been our party," he said.

Under the HNP bylaws, a person can become a member of the party if they are a registered voter of Davao region. But Roque voted at White Plains in Quezon City during the May 2018 barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections.

When he was asked about it on Tuesday, Roque said the oath-taking was a show of support for the presidential daughter.

"I guess the oath was an indication I support the regional party of Mayor Sara even if I am not entitled to be a voting member because I am not a registered voter of Davao," he said.

Roque added, "She is the daughter of my boss. Why will I not support her?"

Sara Duterte-Carpio has said her party is willing to forge alliances with other political groups, but stressed it is not ready to go national.

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kala ko jobless na yang si Pia e :lol:
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Sara Duterte says Mocha Uson should be 'more circumspect' about federalism video

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Published 7:54 AM, August 10, 2018



MANILA, Philippines – The President's own daughter said Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson should have thought twice before posting about the controversial federalism jingle.

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte Carpio, speaking at a youth environment group event in Camarines Sur on Thursday, August 9, said Uson's role as government official demands this.


"I think our secretary should be more circumspect siguro (maybe) with her actions because she already is a government official," she is quoted as saying in an ABS-CBN News article.

Uson's manner of promoting federalism should be "fixed," even if the goal of spreading awareness about this system of government is laudable.

"But tama naman 'yung gusto nila na mapalaki 'yung campaign ng federalism. Siguro 'yung messaging lang ayusin," said the presidential daughter.

(But the desire to promote the federalism campaign is correct. Maybe the messaging just has to be fixed.)

The mayor's remarks are in contrast to what Malacañang claims was her father's initial reaction to Uson's video. President Rodrigo Duterte was "very cool" about the controversial jingle and said he respects Uson's right to freedom of expression, said Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque.

Uson has so far been unapologetic about the federalism jingle performed by a pro-Duterte blogger in her office in Malacañang which she posted on her official Facebook page.

Lawmakers, including allies of the President, have called it "lewd" and inappropriate. Uson's own colleagues at the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) thumbed down the video.

Philippine Information Agency director-general Harold Clavite called on her to publicly apologize and go on leave. PCOO Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy admitted Uson violated the government code of ethics. – Rappler.com

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 1:34 pm 
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Sara’s Hugpong inks alliances with NP, other parties today Edith Regalado
(The Philippine Star) - August 13, 2018 - 12:00am


DAVAO CITY, Philippines — As the ruling PDP-Laban is torn by disunity, the newly formed party of President Duterte’s daughter Sara Duterte-Carpio continues to gain strength.

The Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP) is signing alliances with at least eight national and local political parties led by the Nacionalistas at the Blue Leaf Filipinas in Parañaque City this morning.

Duterte-Carpio, who is Davao City mayor, said the HNP is willing to help the embattled Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan, which is torn by infighting among its factions.

She said the HNP is offering a hand of friendship to all other political parties who support the administration of her father the President.

HNP is supposedly a regional political grouping, but several major parties including the Solid North led by Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos have asked to join. The Solid North refers to the bailiwick of the clan of the late president Ferdinand Marcos in the Ilocos region.

The Nacionalista Party, which supported Duterte’s presidential bid in 2016, is led by the group of Sen. Cynthia Villar and her husband, former Senate president Manuel Villar.

HNP was officially launched last February by Duterte-Carpio and Governors Tyrone Uy, Claude Bautista, Anthony del Rosario and Nelson Dayanghirang of the provinces of Compostela Valley, Davao Occidental, Davao del Norte and Davao Oriental, respectively, all of Southern Mindanao.

Last July, the Commission on Elections granted the petition of HNP for recognition as a regional political party.

PDP-Laban is the political party of President Duterte. The HNP was formed amid a falling out between Duterte-Carpio and PDP-Laban stalwart Pantaleon Alvarez Jr., at the time the House speaker. Alvarez remains with the PDP-Laban.

In a statement yesterday, however, Duterte-Carpio stressed: “If there is anything that HNP can do to help PDP-Laban, our group is ready to assist them.”

“HNP respects the history, experience, and the wisdom of the PDP-Laban party. HNP finds it truly unfortunate that PDP-Laban is embroiled in internal problems and hopes that competing party members resolve their differences,” Duterte-Carpio added.

She stressed that HNP is a purely regional political party after its petition was granted by the Comelec.

“HNP does not intend to recruit members of PDP-Laban or other national political parties,” Duterte-Carpio said.

She said that while the HNP has supporters outside Davao, they have been advised to form their own local parties or join other national parties, including the PDP-Laban.

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Guys, gawa tayo ng official thread for Inday Sarah..

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She's one of the rising stars of Philippine politics...
So let's monitor his career from now on until such time she will be elected as senator or even President of the Philippines...

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Lupang Hinirang wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Guys, gawa tayo ng official thread for Inday Sarah..

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She's one of the rising stars of Philippine politics...
So let's monitor his career from now on until such time she will be elected as senator or even President of the Philippines...

:D

:shock: :shock:


Sorry na bayang magiliw...
Na mixed up lang...tao lang po... :lol:

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Lupang Hinirang wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Guys, gawa tayo ng official thread for Inday Sarah..

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She's one of the rising stars of Philippine politics...
So let's monitor his career from now on until such time she will be elected as senator or even President of the Philippines...

:D

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sa tingin niya tomboy daw si Sara :lol:

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Koko urges Sara Duterte to seek Senate seat in 2019


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Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte invites Filipinos to unite and support her father, President Rodrigo Duterte, during the launching of Tapang at Malasakit (Alliance for the President) on Monday, October 23, 2017, in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City.


Senator Aquilino Pimentel III on Thursday urged Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte to run for a Senate seat in next year’s midterm elections in order for Mindanao to gain greater representation in the upper chamber.

Pimentel, president of the ruling Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan, said the younger Duterte would give Mindanao a bigger voice and influence on certain key national issues, including the national budget.

“Her experience as mayor of one of the country’s highly successful cities eminently qualifies her to speak for Mindanao, for peace and order, for the environment, and for the socio-economic upliftment of the marginalized sectors,” he said in a press statement.

At present, there are three senators from Mindanao--Pimentel of Cagayan de Oro, Juan Miguel Zubiri from Bukidnon, and Manny Pacquiao from Sarangani.

Sara Duterte earlier said that she has no plan of seeking a national post.

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dan44 wrote:
Lupang Hinirang wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Guys, gawa tayo ng official thread for Inday Sarah..

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She's one of the rising stars of Philippine politics...
So let's monitor his career from now on until such time she will be elected as senator or even President of the Philippines...

:D

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sa tingin niya tomboy daw si Sara :lol:

ang ganda naman tomboy niyan :shock:

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