Thursday, 28 June 2012 10:37
District 2 Congressman Erbie Fabian yesterday welcomed the announcement of District 1 Congresswoman Isabelle Climaco-Salazar to run for mayor in the 2013 political exercise.
Fabian said Salazar is qualified to run for the position and she is dedicated to serve the Zamboangueños. “This is a democratic country and anybody can run with whatever political position they want in order to serve their constituents,” Fabian stressed. The last termer congressman hopes and pray that the coming elections will be decent, peaceful and orderly.
“With Beng’s announcements the electorates should expect a three-cornered fight for the mayoralty post in the 2013 elections.
I am the underdog because I am going against two political giants. May the best man wins,” Fabian emphasized.
The District 2 representative said the more candidates the merrier because the voters will have the chance to choose the right leader who can serve them and bring progress to the city.
Fabian vowed to be consistent in the campaign trail and that he will always respect his opponents vowing to take on a high-level campaigning strategy without the use of black propaganda.
The solon said when the mayor dumped him without ground, it was the very reason that motivated him to continue his political crusade as he struggles to give his best in the service of the Zamboanguenos.
by: Nonong Santiago
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