The Limitations in Bong Bong Marcos Presidency

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 Philippines Philippines – Under a day after he became president-elect, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. on Thursday, May 26, plunked down with three select columnists in what was named a public interview.

In view of this, The journalists had a place with the Apollo Quiboloy-possessed SMNI, the Iglesia ni Cristo-controlled NET25, and GMA News. The proprietors of SMNI and NET25 embraced his 2022 official run. SMNI sent its pillar Marcos intensifier, MJ Mondejar; NET25 handled anchor Eden Santos; while GMA News conveyed TV correspondent Ivan Mayrina.

Different columnists and newsrooms possibly became mindful of the question and answer session when it was reported on Marcos’ true Facebook page. It seemed to have been held in his mission central command along EDSA.

The meeting was directed by attorney and vlogger Trixie Cruz-Angeles, whom the approaching Marcos organization is set to select as the head of the Presidential Communications Operations Office. The three journalists got some information about his expected Cabinet nominees and his arrangements to elevate the country’s economy as the pandemic arrives at a level.

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NET25’s Eden Santos asked how Marcos could satisfy his mission guarantee of lessening the expense of rice to P20 per kilogram – a sharp drop from the predominant market cost of above P30. Specialists have said it was difficult to slice that much in rice costs.

Morever, For what reason did Marcos reject the other Filipino columnists covering him? Approaching leader secretary Vic Rodriguez said the restricted question and answer session was a consequence of a solicitation by the three news sources to have their separate one-on-one meetings when Marcos won.

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