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Inday Sara believes Paolo is open to political comeback

By: - Reporter / @NCorralesINQ
/ 01:18 PM December 27, 2017

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte (Photo courtesy of the Davao City Information Office)

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio believes her brother Paolo Duterte is not closing this doors to politics following his resignation as Davao City vice mayor.

“I don’t think he is closing his doors in running again,” the mayor said in a televised press briefing on Wednesday, citing a phrase in his brother Paolo’s speech.

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Paolo resigned during a special session on Monday citing “delicadeza.”

READ: Paolo Duterte quits as Davao City vice mayor

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In his speech before the city council, Paolo said he was still looking forward to serve the country in the future.

“I am grateful to all the Dabawenyos for your support to my office and I look forward to the day that I will be able to serve our country again,” he said.

President Rodrigo Duterte said on Monday night that he would not stop his son Paolo from resigning as Davao City vice mayor.

READ:  Duterte won’t stop son Paolo’s resignation

“You are in a position to do what is right. Kung ano lang ang tama sa iyo, gawin mo (Do whatever you think is right),” he told reporters in Davao City.

The President, however, has yet to announce if he already accepted Paolo’s resignation. /jpv

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