With no campaign machinery even a senate slate and relying mostly on their much vaunted legions of volunteers, Partido Demokratiko Pilipino – Laban (PDP-LBN) presidential candidate, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte and and his running mate, Independent Vice Presidential bet Senator Alan Peter Cayetano is coming to town on Sunday, April 3, 2016.
According to PDP-LBN Provincial Chairman, Dr. Doloreich Dumaluan, Duterte and Cayetano will hit the campaign trail in the province of Bohol with three political rallies slated in Ubay, Tagbilaran City and Panglao.
Duterte will stump Bohol buoyed by his strong performance as the leading presidential preference in surveys conducted by local pollsters while Cayetano, a frequent visitor to Bohol, renewing close ties with urban and rural groups, beneficiaries of his PTK (presyo, trabaho, kita) program.
Dumaluan bared to the Chronicle the tentative sked of Duterte in Bohol on Sunday, April 3, 2016 with the rally in Ubay in the early afternoon followed by a late afternoon rally at the Tagbilaran City Square along CPG Avenue and an evening rally in the municipality of Panglao.
Duterte whose unrelenting drive against drugs and other forms of criminality is expected to focus on his campaign promise to suppress crime, spread of drugs and corruption within 3-6 months.
His other priority program is to call a constitutional convention within the first year of his term to study the shift to a federal form of government.
A veteran in public service, Senate Majority leader, Alan Peter Cayetano will share with the Boholanos his experience in his fight against graft and corruption in government which is the hallmark of his entire political career.
A better life for the poor Filipinos, the rallying cry of his presyo, trabaho, kita (PTK) program to reduce prices, create more and better jobs and raise incomes to enable families to enjoy the benefits of a growing economy.
The Duterte-Cayetano Bohol tour will further boost the political stock of the PDP-LBN tandem and will morph into a game changer in government service, according to Dumaluan.Â (Chito M. Visarra)Â Â