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Friday, May 6, 2022

BG PARTYLIST 108 CALLS FOR PEACEFUL, CLEAN AND ORDERLY 2022 POLLS

MANILA - Bisaya Gyud Partylist 108 on Friday joined the Commission and Elections (COMELEC) and President Rodrigo Roa Duterte in publicly calling for an orderly, clean, and honest elections, 3 days ahead of the May 9 polls.

First Nominee Alelee Aguilar-Andanar hoped that the conduct of the elections will be violence-free, as she stressed respect for one's opinion should prevail.

“Nawa’y hindi po mauwi sa dahas, gulo, at pagkakasakitan ang pagkakaiba ng opinyon natin,” she said noting the importance of exercising suffrage to the future direction of the country, especially now that the Filipinos are still experiencing the effect of the pandemic and unprecedented economic challenges.

Around 67.5 million Filipinos are expected to cast their votes on Monday. Second Nominee Atty. Mico Clavano reminded voters to guard their votes.

“Ito na ang pinakaimportanteng araw nating mga Pilipino kung saan nakasalalay sa atin ang kapangyarihang mamili ng direksyon ng bansa,” he said.

“Anuman ang resulta o desisyon ng mayorya ng mga Pilipino, pairalin pa rin natin ang pagrespeto.,” he added.

BG Party-list focuses their platforms on four areas of concern namely on food, shelter, education, and security, eyeing to sustain and improve the existing policies pioneered by the Duterte administration.

Earlier in April 2022, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte openly endorsed the BG Party-list for this year’s elections, the first party-list that the chief executive expressed support to.