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Saturday, 07 May 2016 14:27

Liberal Party (LP) vice presidential candidate Leni Robredo said she’s willing and ready to work with Davao City Mayor and presidential bet Rodrigo Duterte if they both win in the May 9 elections.

“Sakali pong manalo ako bilang vice president, handa po ako na suportahan at makatrabaho kahit sino ang maging pangulo. Ito ay bahagi ng tungkidin bilang pangalawang pangulo,” Robredo said.

Robredo is also confident that she will be given the government’s anti-poverty cam¬paign portfolio.

Recently, Robredo and  Assistant for Mindanao in the late 1990s and also served as Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process and Press Secre¬tary in Malacanang.


Robredo garnered 30 per¬cent, four percent higher than her previous rating in the survey taken last April 19-24. Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. slipped three points to 28 percent,

Robredo led Visayas with 42 percent and shared statistical leads in Mindanao with Marcos and Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano.

Duterte, for his part, kept his 33 percent rating for a Ramos said his decision then was a necessary step to “heal a divided nation.”

He added that Duterte’s early efforts to unite the nation is a “right move” and must be wel-comed instead of being criticized and condemned.

Ramos recalled that it was during his administration that sig-nificant strides were done to reach out to the communist

Robredo tallied 26 percent to lead the latest SWS poll con¬ducted from April 18 to 20 with 1,800 respondents while Marcos Jr. was one point behind.

The lawmaker from the 3rd District of Camarines Sur also topped the Bilang Pilipino April 13 and 14 SWS Mobile Survey Report and the SWS post-debate mobile survey last April 17.

Robredo garnered 30 per¬cent in the Bilang Pilipino April 13 and 14 SWS Mobile Survey, three points ahead of Marcos while she was picked as clear winner by 33 percent of respon¬dents in the SWS post-debate survey.

A lawyer for the poor, Robredo provided free legal aid to the marginalized sectors of society, including farmers, fish¬ermen and abused women for a long time before becoming a law-maker.

Last Updated on Sunday, 08 May 2016 17:01