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Regarding VP Sara’s departure from Lakas, PBBM said, “I can understand her.”

On Friday, Vice President Sara Duterte announced her resignation from the Lakas-Christian Muslim Democrats (Lakas-CMD) party. President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. noted that Duterte cannot be diverted from her more significant responsibilities.

As the head of the Department of Education (DeEd) and co-vice chairwoman of the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC), Duterte is concentrating on carrying out her duties, according to Marcos.

“Si Inday Sara speaks quite simply. She meant anything she said, regardless of what she said. She can’t take part in any of this because she has too much work to accomplish. She can’t let herself get sidetracked. Marcos stated at a press conference for the groundbreaking 160-megawatt wind farm in Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, “That’s how I read it.

“It’s true because, if you look at it, she has a lot on her plate and is not really able to participate in whatever is going on, kung titignan mo kung ano yung mga hinaharap niya talagang marami talaga at hindi nya pwede… She needs to focus on her duties as secretary for the DepEd and, as of late, the NTF-ELCAC. duty maraming. The majority of the time, I win. I can see why, then. “Ayusin muna ninyo yan,” was the statement made. She has a ton of stuff to do. Gagawin ko muna itong mga importanteng kailangan kong tapusin. I can see the rationale. You need to repair that. First, she would remark. I would complete additional crucial chores, he continued.

On Friday, Duterte announced her final resignation as a member of the Lakas-CMD.

This is to announce my resignation from the Lakas-CMD, effective immediately, formally. She wrote on Facebook, “I am grateful to all the party members for the support that once again showed that cooperation is possible to pursue our shared dreams for our fellow Filipinos and our dear country.

Along with Martin Romualdez, speaker of the House and president of Lakas-CMD, Duterte served as the party’s chair.

The nation’s second-highest official, who did not name a particular reason for her resignation, stated that she does not want “political power play” to impact her service.

Duterte added, “I am here today because the Filipino people have put their trust in me to govern and serve them, and this cannot be poisoned by political toxicity or undermined by execrable political power play.

Despite the change, she is still dedicated to helping the Filipino people.

Nothing means more to me than being able to truly serve our fellow Filipinos and the Philippines under the leadership of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Have faith that my word and commitment are unchangeable,” she stated.

In the elections in May 2022, Marcos and Duterte ran as a team.

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