WITH just 14 days left before the May 13 decision, Barug PDP-Laban and Bando Osmeña Pundok Kauswagan (BOPK) have just guaranteed triumph amid two separate Candidates' Forums initiated by Mega Cebu at the University of San Carlos Monday, April 29.
Adversary applicants share resolve to tackle the absence of water in Cebu City
Present amid the morning gathering with Barug PDP-Laban were Cebu City Vice Mayor Edgardo Labella, who is running for city hall leader; previous city hall leader Michael Rama, who is running for bad habit city hall leader; Councilor Joy Pesquera, who is running for south region agent; and entertainer Richard Yap, who is running for north locale delegate.
The gathering with BOPK was held toward the evening. Present were reelectionist Mayor Tomas Osmeña; Councilor Mary Ann de los Santos, who is running for bad habit city hall leader; and reelectionist North District Rep. Raul del Mar. Reelectionist South District Rep. Rodrigo Abellanosa did not visit.
Labella told the crowd that in the event that he progresses toward becoming city hall leader, he will make sure that Cebu City Medical Center (CCMC) will be completely utilitarian and that it will have a selective ward for senior natives.
"I will give ambulances to our particular barangays. The greater barangays will be furnished with specialists, and the littler ones will be bunched and will be furnished with specialists," he included.
A board of trustees will likewise be made to think about and prescribe a perpetual answer for the city's water issue.
Rama, as far as it matters for him, said he will push for mass travel, cutting edge development, general welfare and strengthening of barangays.
Then again, Pesquera said she will document a bill in Congress that will add two regions to the city, refering to the developing populace.
"At this moment, I have officially arranged no less than 15 House bills, which I will promptly record on July 1," she said.
Yap said he will document charges that will require bike drivers to experience preparing on street principles and guidelines, locate a substitute treatment for malignant growth and a lasting answer for the water issue.
In the discussion with BOPK applicants, Osmeña said he will apply political will to take care of the water issue and restriction benefit situated organizations from going into business with the Metropolitan Cebu Water District.
The civic chairman said he will keep on pushing for the execution of the Bus Rapid Transit framework from Bulacao in the south to Talamban in the north to address traffic.
Del Mar, as far as it matters for him, said he will refile House charges which were not passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate because of the absence of time, including the change of the sanctions of the Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority and the Cebu Port Authority.
Del Mar trusts President Rodrigo Duterte, before the decision, will sign into law his Magna Carta for the Poor, which Congress and the Senate officially endorsed.
De los Santos said she will concentrate on authoritative issues, yet she will acknowledge any task from Osmeña, including the beautification venture.