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    Salceda endorses Leni Robredo for President

    Salceda endorses Leni Robredo for President

    Albay 2nd District Representative Joey Salceda on Wednesday, February 9, endorsed the presidential bid of Vice President Leni Robredo, saying that she has no vested interests, and she has always been “guided by her genuine desire to serve the people”.

    Salceda said that he was backing Robredo not because she was a fellow Bicolano but because “she is best for the economy.”

    In an interview with reporters, Salceda enumerated the other reasons why he is throwing his support for Robredo.

    Salceda also said that Robredo’s training as an economist is another reason why he is backing her candidacy. He added that he believed in her “genuine compassion for the poor.”

    “Sa lahat ng kandidato, I think mas credible ang kanyang… capacity of caring for the poor people,” Salceda said.

    “And lastly, I think she has the credibility in unifying the people especially in times that we need to make sacrifices for the sake of nation building,” he said.

    Salceda was in Legazpi City, one of the whistle stops of Robredo and running mate, Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan, as they barnstormed across the Bicol region.

    On Wednesday, they went to Labo and Daet in Camarines Norte and proceeded to Gubat and Sorsogon City in Sorsogon.

    In Sorsogon, Robredo was warmly welcomed on stage at the Sorsogon Provincial Gymnasium by Governor Chiz Escudero, a guest candidate on her senatorial slate.

    It was the first time during this election season that Escudero, all the mayors, and board members of Sorsogon, as well as local candidates were present and onstage to welcome a presidential candidate.

    Robredo, whose late husband was the much-revered Naga City mayor and Interior Secretary Jesse Robredo, kicked off her presidential campaign in her hometown Naga City. Robredo said it was in Naga City when she saw it was possible to replace the old, corrupted style of politics with hard work and good governance and improve people’s lives. [End]

    Posted in Press Releases on Feb 09, 2022