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Camarines Sur Congress bet withdraws COC in favor of local businessman

By: - Correspondent / @mbjaucianINQ
/ 06:08 PM November 13, 2021

Noel De Luna files his Certificate of Candidacy. (Photo courtesy of Noel De Luna’s Facebook page)

LIGAO CITY – Dennis Tria, a candidate vying for a congressional position in the third district of Camarines Sur province in the 2022 elections, has withdrawn his certificate of candidacy (COC) to be substituted by a local businessman.

Tria was replaced by Noel De Luna, a businessman and resident of Pili town in Camarines Sur, who is running under the banner of Pederalismo ng Dugong Dakilang Samahan.

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De Luna filed his COC on Saturday at 3:20 p.m. at the Provincial Capitol Grounds in Pili.

Noel N. De Luna files his Certificate of Candidacy | Photo coutesy of SND - Sir Noel De Luna's Facebook page

Noel N. De Luna files his Certificate of Candidacy. (Photo courtesy of Noel De Luna Facebook page)

De Luna will go against incumbent Gabriel “Gabby” Bordado of Liberal Party; Cho Roco, brother of late Senator Raul Roco and founder of Aksyon Demokratiko but is running under the Lakas-CMD; and former Solicitor-General and Integrated Bar of the Philippines president Joel Cadiz of Aksyon Demokratiko.

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