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    Otso Diretso campaign kickoff in Naga serves to emphasize candidates’ competence and track record — VP Leni

    Vice President Leni Robredo underscored anew the necessity of competence and character in choosing candidates for Senate in the upcoming elections, as the campaign period is set to begin.

    VP Leni made the call prior to the official campaign kickoff of the Otso Diretso senatorial slate in Naga City, which has been touted as a model for people empowerment and participatory governance—long advocated for by the Vice President’s late husband, Interior Sec. Jesse Robredo.

    “Tama lang na dito sa atin iyong, parang, kickoff, kasi iyong Naga, over the years, nagpakita ng talino sa pagpipili ng mga namumuno sa kaniya,” she said in an interview Saturday.

    “Parati ko itong pinagmamayabang kapag nag-iikot sa buong Pilipinas, na dito sa atin, hindi dito totoo na kailangan may pera ka para manalo ng eleksyon. Dito sa atin, kahit walang pera, may pag-asang manalo. Dito sa atin, kung sino iyong bumibili ng boto, siya iyong hindi nananalo. Dito sa atin, hindi natin pinapayagan na magkakamag-anak iyong kumakandidato,” she added.

    Vouching anew for the eight senatorial candidates of the opposition, VP Leni is hopeful that Naga’s example will inspire voters in nearby towns and across the country to choose their leaders wisely.

    “Sana iyong maturity sa pagboto na iyon, mahawa natin iyong ating mga karatig-munisipyo, kasi sa pagkakaroon ng empowered na electorate, doon napipilitan iyong pamahalaan na humusay. Kahit saang ikot ko sa Pilipinas, parati kong sinasabi na, ‘Ibahin niyo kami sa Naga. Ibahin niyo kami sa Naga, kasi doon sa amin, ang mga tao, hindi nadadala sa pera. Doon sa amin, iyong mga botante hindi nabibili,’ she said.

    “Sana ipakita natin iyan sa Wednesday, pagpunta ng ating mga kandidato na wala mang pera, hindi man kilala, pero iyong track record ipinakita na na napakahuhusay talaga. Sana ipakita ng lugar natin na gaya noong umpisa, talagang napakahuhusay nating pumili ng mga kandidato,” she added.

    Posted in Press Releases on Feb 09, 2019