Leody de Guzman, Walden Bello's proclamation rally set in QC's Bantayog ng mga Bayani | Inquirer News

Leody de Guzman, Walden Bello’s proclamation rally set in QC’s Bantayog ng mga Bayani

/ 11:57 AM February 07, 2022
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Presidential aspirant Leody de Guzman (Facebook photo)

MANILA, Philippines — Presidential aspirant Leody de Guzman and his running mate, vice presidential aspirant Walden Bello will stage their proclamation rally at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani in Quezon City on Tuesday.

The proclamation rally, dubbed “Manggagawa Naman sa 2022,” will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.


De Guzman, a champion of workers’ rights, is the standard bearer of progressive group Partido Lakas ng Masa (PLM).

The labor bets will be joined by their senatorial hopefuls – labor leader Luke Espiritu, and environmentalists Roy Cabonegro and David D’ Angelo.


PLM partylist nominees and its local candidates will likewise be present in the event.

According to an advisory released last week, several groups will converge and will march towards the Bantayog ng mga Bayani.

“Contingents of labor unions, urban poor and homeowners associations, environmentalists, mass organization of other marginalized sectors and progressive individuals shall converge at different converging points and will march towards the venue bearing their demands and expressing support for their candidates and their platforms,” the advisory stated.

February 8 is the start of the campaign period for candidates of national posts, while local candidates can start their campaign on March 25.

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