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MANILA, Philippines –
He stepped down with an approval rating of better than 70%, making him essentially the most well-liked post-EDSA president. That was Rodrigo Duterte.
He assumed the presidency with virtually 59% of the votes, the easiest margin for a presidential candidate post-EDSA. That was Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
In his inaugural, Marcos acknowledged that he will be “following these large steps,” referring to Duterte’s successes, nevertheless let’s not neglect that that the model new president moreover acknowledged that in some respects, identical to the administration of the pandemic response, his predecessor’s administration was found wanting.
To start out with, didn’t Marcos’ advertising marketing campaign stood on the slogan, “Sama-sama tayong babangon muli,” meaning the nation wished deciding on up and rebuilding?
On Wednesday, July 6, Rappler managing editor Miriam Grace A. Go speaks with our Malacañang reporters earlier and new – Pia Ranada and Bea Cupin – to talk regarding the good and unhealthy that the Marcos authorities has inherited from Duterte’s.
Which ones does President Marcos take care of or put apart? How do these slot in his itemizing of acknowledged priorities? How do residents assert their voices and home on this new interval, the place the President asks for people’s help, nevertheless says his success will not be predicated on their broad cooperation?
Be part of us on Newsbreak Chats on Wednesday at 4 pm.