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    Statement of VP Leni's Spokesperson Atty. Barry Gutierrez on the Easter Sunday Press Conference of Several Other Candidates

    Statement of VP Leni's Spokesperson Atty. Barry Gutierrez on the Easter Sunday Press Conference of Several Other Candidates

    With three weeks to go before election day, we are at a time of great momentum for our People’s Campaign, and increasing clarity as regards which candidates can count on the people's support when they enter voting booths on May 9.

    From the start, it has been the prerogative of every candidate to continue till the end, the same as it is the choice of a candidate to disregard surveys, rally attendance, endorsements, or any other conventional measure of support. We wish every candidate who decides to push through to the end, only the best.

    But in making these choices, should we not ask ourselves: Must this assertion be made through bluster and falsehood? Who benefits from such theatrics? What is best for the Filipino people? Perhaps, silence would have had more depth; at the very least, it would exhibit less self-entitlement, fragility, and toxicity.

    We are thankful that the alignments have been made even clearer. And we remain focused on showing our people that a Robredo presidency will mean a victory for all Filipinos. #

    Posted in Statements on Apr 17, 2022