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Sara Duterte will likely get elected as next President - Here's why


While the next Presidential derby is still four years away, we are already seeing a formidable candidate that could likely fill in the shoes of President Rodrigo Duterte.

Hugpong Ng Pagbabago, a national political party formed by Davao City Mayor and Presidential daughter Inday 'Sara' Duterte, stormed vote-rich Quezon City on Thursday drawing tens of thousands of crowd.

Sara Duterte and her team of senatorial line up was welcomed by Quezon City Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte of the local Serbisyo sa Bayan Party (SBP) in a campaign rally at the Amoranto Stadium.

“We are happy to welcome once again Mayor Sara and the candidates of Hugpong in the biggest city in Metro Manila. We’re here today to show the voters that Hugpong and our candidates in Quezon City are united in our goals of true service and good governance,” Belmonte, who is running for mayor in the upcoming elections, said in an interview.

Take a good look at this photo below:

Staring at this photo gives us goosebumps.

This reminds us of the campaign of then Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte. It is a reminiscent of that very campaign that was basically run by his supporters.

To be clear, Sara Duterte isn't running for any national position, but it's obvious that Sara Duterte is one of the reasons- if not the only reason- why campaign sorties of the party she formed is drawing these record-breaking number of crowds.

Here's another photo from an earlier sortie.
Currently Sara Duterte remains adamant of seeking the Presidency, but who knows? Four years is still a long way.


"A crowd this big and the Presidential election is still 4 years away. Only a fool would run against this one," said by Eric Clark Su, an entrepreneur and a prominent social media influencer.

We are making this projection as early as now. Sara Duterte will be elected as our next President come year 2022.

Sara Duterte will likely get elected as next President - Here's why Sara Duterte will likely get elected as next President - Here's why Reviewed by AsianPolicy.Press on 9:22:00 PM Rating: 5

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