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Aksyon Demokratiko congratulates Marcos, Duterte-Carpio: We’ll be watching

/ 09:53 PM May 27, 2022

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FILE PHOTO: Aksyon Demokratiko candidate for president Francsico “Isko Moreno” Domagoso and candidate for vice president Willing Ong during their campaign sortie at the Kabasalan Gymnasium in Zamboanga Sibugay. Photo from Team Isko

MANILA, Philippines — Political party Aksyon Demokratiko has congratulated President-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos and Vice President-elect Sara Duterte-Carpio for winning the May polls, and reminded the two that: We will be watching.

“We already have a president-elect and a vice-president-elect after Congress proclaimed them as winners. Aksyon Demokratiko congratulates President-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and VP-elect Sara Duterte,” Aksyon Demokratiko chairperson Ernest Ramel Jr. said in a statement Friday.


“The Party is hoping that we will have a better country under the Marcos administration. However, we will continue to be vigilant and will closely look at how the country will be run. We will criticize when needed be but we will also give credits when they are due,” he added.


Aksyon Demokratiko likewise said they would continue fighting for honest and good governance especially since the country is faced by many challenges.

The political party fielded Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso and physician Willie Ong as its presidential and vice presidential candidates in this year’s national election. Both Moreno and Ong placed fourth in the presidential and vice presidential races with Moreno garnering 1,993,909 votes and Ong, 1,878,531 votes.

“We should not be complacent and take this administration to task with the gargantuan challenges we as a nation and citizenry will all be facing,” Ramel noted.

“Aksyon Demokratiko will be around to continue to fight for Honest & good governance, Opportunities for all, Prosperity, peace and productivity and Education and the environment for sustainable development. Tuloy ang Laban para sa bayan at sa mga mamamayan!” he added.


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