, Pacquiao says changing into President a matter of future, as Lacson bares “PacMan’s” presidential plans, Docuneedsph


(Eagle Information) — Senator Manny Pacquiao plans to run in subsequent yr’s presidential elections.

This was revealed by Senator Panfilo Lacson Jr., who stated that he had been consulted a number of occasions by the well-known boxer-senator about his  alleged plan to run for the best place of the land.

Pacquiao, the president of PDP Laban, stated that changing into the nation’s president is a matter of future.

In a video message, he didn’t verify straight what Senator Lacson had revealed however he stated that the subsequent President ought to have real care (malasakit) for the Filipino folks.

Ang pagiging presidente is future.   Marami nang nangarap.  Marami na ring nabigo (Changing into President is future.  Many have dreamed, however many have failed),” Pacquiao stated.

Ngunit ang hangad ko sa susunod na magiging Presidente ay might tunay na malasakit at tunay na pagmamahal sa mamamayang Pilipino (However my want is that the subsequent President ought to have real care and love for the Filipino folks),” he stated.

Tigilan na natin ang kulay -pulitika.   Wala nang dilaw, wala nang pula, wala nang orange, o anuman ang kulay mo.  Maawa naman tayo sa sambayanang Pilipino (Let’s put an finish to political coloration. No extra yellow, no extra crimson.  No extra orange or no matter your coloration is.  Have pity on the Filipino nation),” he added.

Lacson revealed Pacquiao’s supposed political ambition a yr earlier than the 2022 presidential elections, and because the opposition fashioned a coalition that deliberate to decide on who they’d subject in subsequent yr’s presidential, vice-presidential and senatorial race.

In a bid to unify the members of the opposition, retired Supreme Courtroom justice Antonio Carpio fashioned the 1Sambayan coalition on Thursday, March 18, in preparation for subsequent yr’s elections.

(With a report from Meanne Corvera, Eagle Information Service)



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