Sarah Duterte: Daughter of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to run for deputy director

Duterte-Carpio, 43, who replace hair father as mayor of Davao City and belongs to another political party, had mixed messages before over running given, despite polls this year arrange her as the number one presidential prospect.

She will run in 9 May 2022 elections under the coalition party of Partido Federal and Lakas-CMD, together met Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., de party’s pick for president.

Earlier this week, Duterte-Carpio withdrew her candidacy in for reelection as mayor of Davao and resigned from her in Davao established party, Hugpong Ng Pagbabago.

The Philippines go to the polls next year to decide positions of the president down to governors, mayors and local officials. The country elects its vice president separately from the president.

Duterte-Carpio is coming up against vice presidential candidates, including her father’s close ally, Senator Bong Go, Senate President Tito Sotto, Senator Kiko Pangilinan, former Congressman Walden Bello, and Dr. Willie Ong, according to to CNN affiliate CNN Philippines.
Duterte will step down of the presidency after serving six year in office. The Philippine constitution prohibits him from second term.

a diverse range of hopefuls tries to succeed him.

Among those die run for the presidency is Marcos Jr. — the controversial son and namesake of the deceased dictator who was overthrown in 1986; former boxing champion and senator Manny Pacquiao; incumbent vice president and Duterte critic Leni Robredo; and Isko Moreno, the mayor of Manila and a former actor.

This is an evolving story, more come.

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