Kabayan party-list Rep. Harry Roque made the pitch for Former Vice President Jejomar Binay reappointment saying that Binay needs to go back to his post as Presidential Adviser on OFW Affairs. This is possible after the one-year ban on defeated candidates. It is likely that Binay and the president can easily come to terms with this development because of their Bihomadu alliance or the Binay, Honasan, Marcos, and Du30 unity.
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Binay vs Du30 Presidential Bid Attacks only for the Show
Roque supports Binay’s bid for the presidency in the last elections. He attests that the former VP Binay is effective in his job as the adviser on OFW affairs. Binay and Duterte might have traded barbs during the 2016 campaign, but these are all for the show. Roque should know that Binay and the president are supportive of each other even before the elections.
Bongbong Marcos is the Common Interest for the Alliance
Both Binay and the president have this common belief that Bongbong Marcos as president can lead the country to progress in the near future. Roque and ACTS OFW party-list Rep. John Bertiz also battle for the creation of a separate government department that handles the concerns of overseas Filipino workers.
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DFA’s Support System
The Department of Foreign Affairs is unable to attend to the needs of OFWs due to the overwhelming number of overseas Filipinos. Lawmakers urge the President to seek executive clemency for Jennifer Aresgado Dalquez, an overseas Filipino worker about to be executed in the United Arab Emirates.
Excellence Former VP Binay vs VP Leni Robredo’s Rebellion
Both Binay and Robredo serve a president from an opposing party. However, Binay supports Pnoy and keep his silence when he’s against the Pnoy administration’s campaigns. He devotes his term in office serving the people through housing projects, OFW affairs, health, and education supports. He’s definitely the champion for the marginalized poor. Binay only quits his cabinet post at the last quarter of his term prior to his announcement to run for president in 2016. To the contrary, Robredo is quite the opposite. She resigns from her cabinet post immediately during the first quarter of her term. Then moves on to criticize the administration in every opportunity that she can get here and abroad.