MANILA, Philippines — Presidential candidate Senator Panfilo Lacson is suggesting that individuals use earmuffs throughout debates as a way to forestall copying of solutions.
Lacson mentioned he would counsel to the Fee on Elections (Comelec) that candidates put on earmuffs whereas ready for his or her flip to reply questions.
Talking with reporters after he and operating mate, vice presidential wager Senate President Vicente Sotto III, paid courtesy to Gapan Metropolis Mayor Emerson Pascual on Tuesday, Lacson attributed their tandem’s readiness to reply questions in debates to the method they’re endeavor for his or her nationwide marketing campaign.
Of their visits to completely different elements of the nation, the Lacson-Sotto tandem constantly maintain dialogues with multi-sectoral organizations, which he mentioned has been working to their benefit throughout debates.
“Kaya nakakasagot kami sa debate eh [That’s why we are always prepared during debates],” Lacson mentioned.
“‘Yung iba nangongopya, kinokopya ‘yung sagot namin. Isa-suggest ko nga sa Comelec dapat naka-earmuff lahat ‘yung (kandidato) para hindi naririnig ‘yung mga sagot namin,” he added.
[Unlike the others who were just copying our answers. I would even suggest for the Comelec that maybe they should require all candidates to wear earmuffs, so they would not hear our answers.]
Sotto likewise cited the advantages of holding city corridor conferences and dialogues with completely different sectors throughout the nation.
“Itong ginagawa naming dialogues, city corridor conferences, ang laki ng benepisyo either side. Could natututunan kami sa sinasabi ng mga kababayan natin… Sa amin din, natututunan nila kung ano [ang gagawin]… Hindi tulad dati ang nangyayari rally, sigaw-sigaw (pero) could natutunan ba sa iyo ‘yung mga nakinig? Wala,” mentioned Sotto.
[What we’re doing—dialogues, town hall meetings—they are beneficial for both sides. We are learning something from what our countrymen are sharing with us… And they, too, get educated about what they should do… Unlike before, with the rallies, crowds are screaming (but) did the listeners learn something from you? None.]
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