Mayor Sara backs 3 party-list groups, junks Makabayan partylist groups

Mayor Sara backs 3 party-list groups, junks Makabayan partylist groups

Hugpong ng Pagbabago, founding chairperson and current Davao mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio has reiterated her call to shun those party list who are leftist and does not help the government in making the country better.
Inday Sara has endorsed three party-list groups but expressed strong opposition to the leftist party-list groups belonging to the Makabayan bloc.
She will be backing  Dumper -- the party that is pushing for the interest of the drivers and commuters with Claudine Bautista as first nominee; the Duterte Youth party-list represented by first nominee Ducielle Marie Suarez; and Ako an Bisaya represented by first nominee Ramp Nielsen Uy, a former vice-governor of Northern Samar.

Davao mayor Sara Duterte (photo credit to owner)

Inday Sara said the three party-list groups deserve support as they are pro-government in contrast with the leftist groups that the mayor said are working against the government.

“The public “should not support the party-list groups which do not support the government," Sara was quoted as saying in an ABS-CBN report.

Pansarili nilang agenda ang tinutulak nila. At marami d’yan sa Makabayan party-lists nagbibigay ng resources sa mga CPP-NPA na lumalaban naman sa gobyerno (They are only after their personal interest. Many of the Makabayan party-list groups are giving resources to the CPP-NPA which is fighting the government),” the report quoted the mayor.

Since last year the Presidential first daughter has been critical of leftist groups, she has called on Dabawenyos not to support the party-list groups under the Makabayan bloc: Bayan Muna, Alliance of Concerned Teachers, Anakpawis, Gabriela, Kabataan, and Migrante.

“These militant groups, who masquerade themselves as pro-people, only want to show hostility and chaos, especially to those who reject them and the terrorist groups they support — the New People’s Army, the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), and the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP),” Sara said in a press statement issued last year. 

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