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Duterte officially accepts PDP-Laban nomination to run for VP in 2022 polls

By: - Reporter / @DYGalvezINQ
/ 11:40 AM September 23, 2021
Duterte officially accepts PDP-Laban nomination to run for VP in 2022 polls

In this undated photo released by Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi on Thursday, September 22, 2021, President Rodrigo Duterte signs the certificate of nomination and acceptance (CONA) for his vice presidential bid in the 2022 elections. Photo from Cusi

MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte has formally accepted his nomination by a PDP-Laban faction to run for vice president in the 2022 national elections.

Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi, who is leading a camp within the ruling political party, released a photo on Thursday showing Duterte signing the certificate of nomination and acceptance (CONA).

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The PDP-Laban likewise released a photo of the signed CONA.

Duterte officially accepts PDP-Laban nomination to run for VP in 2022 polls

The CONA signed by Rodrigo Duterte

Earlier this month, the Cusi-wing PDP-Laban officially proclaimed  Duterte as its vice-presidential candidate for the 2022 elections as well as Senator Bong Go as its standard-bearer.

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However, Go has so far rejected the nomination.

On the other hand, the PDP-Laban faction led by Senator Koko Pimentel has nominated Senator Manny Pacquaio as its presidential candidate in the upcoming polls.

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