VP Sara Duterte’s Ouster Imminent

In the realm of politics, unexpected twists and turns are not uncommon.

Recent developments have sparked intense speculation regarding the future of Inday Sara Duterte, the daughter of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.

Rumors are circulating that her removal from the Office of the Vice President (OVP) and expulsion from the Marcos cabinet are imminent.

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Although the inclusion of Inday Sara Duterte in the Marcos cabinet was done to fulfill some manner of power sharing agreement, her presence and participation in the administration has become a liability.

On top of the International Criminal Court’s summons and threat to issue an arrest warrant, Sara has also begun accumulating more and more detractors.

While it is a given that ACT Partylist Congresswoman France Castro as well as the rest of the Makabayan congressional bloc would continue attacking Inday Sara, this was also compounded by her failed attempt to wrest the speakership from Congressman Martin Romualdez — earning her the ire of those who support the House Speaker’s leadership.

And now, with increasing tensions between the Philippines and China, her very warm relationship with Beijing has come into question and created a new set of detractors accusing her of fostering a treasonous alliance.

This is notwithstanding the threat of an impeachment case being lodged against Inday Sara in connection with Castro’s allegation that the transfer of P125-million in confidential funds to OVP in 2022 was illegal as it did not go through the budget deliberations conducted by Congress. The allegation has become the basis of Castro’s call for an investigation into the use of confidential funds by the OVP.

Inday Sara is clearly becoming more and more of a liability — it is just a matter of time before Marcos jettisons her into the South China Sea.

The complex web of political rivalries and alliances in the Philippines further fuels speculation regarding Inday Sara Duterte’s future. As the country approaches barangay elections and the 2025 national elections, alliances are forming and shifting, with potential candidates vying for positions of power.

Moreover, Inday Sara Duterte’s critics argue that her rise to power is facilitated by her familial ties rather than her qualifications. Accusations of nepotism and abuse of power have been leveled against her, further intensifying the scrutiny surrounding her position in the Vice President’s office and the Marcos cabinet. If these allegations gain traction, it could prompt swift action from those seeking to maintain the integrity of the political system.

The potential ouster of Inday Sara Duterte from the Office of the Vice President and her expulsion from the Marcos cabinet would undoubtedly have far-reaching consequences. It would not only reshape the political landscape but also impact the Duterte administration’s stability and future policies. Furthermore, it could potentially alter the dynamics of the upcoming national elections, influencing the choices of voters and candidates alike.

While rumors of Inday Sara Duterte’s imminent ouster from the Office of the Vice President and expulsion from the Marcos cabinet continue to circulate, it is crucial to approach such speculations with caution.

The complex nature of Philippine politics makes predicting the future with absolute certainty a challenging task. However, it is undeniable that the political climate is evolving rapidly, and the actions taken by key players will undoubtedly shape the country’s trajectory. As observers, we must remain vigilant and engaged, ensuring that our democratic processes continue to uphold the values of transparency and accountability.


4 Replies to “VP Sara Duterte’s Ouster Imminent”

  1. As to her ouster, I don’t know about that but if it happens the better. With her gaining some notoriety is a welcome development. I don’t think she really deserved the office of the vice president but since that is how politics roll we have to live with it. I just hope people will change for the better when it comes to selecting their leaders.

  2. That narrative of yours (Juan Luna), IS A TOTAL HORSECRAPπŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©, nothing more.

    Sara Duterte really deserved the office of the vice president, for she earned it, in a fair and square election, something of which, you pathetic liberal fools LIKE YOU [Juan Luna], don’t really understand.

    Again, your narrative is a total horsecrap, you stupid liberal fool.πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ’©πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬πŸ€¬

    1. Do not resort to personal insults or ad hominem. Why did Sara even win, is it because of her Duterte name or did people vote her for her own merits? People voted for her even after she said that honesty shouldn’t be an issue because everyone lies. She is wrong there because gov’t officials have code of conduct.

      She also didn’t defend her need of confidrntial funds, she resorted to hasty generalization when she said that anyone who’s against confidential funds are against peace and those who are against peace are enemies of the country. Her claims about anyone who’s against confidential funds have no legal basis, and could be seen as gaslighting.

      How about those who want transparency? Does she have an assurance and guarantee that the confidential funds will not be misused?

      Why are you even defending Sara by resorting to ad-hom against someone who criticized him. Ad-homs shouldn’t be allowed. The 2022 election results proved that the country’s average IQ is really below average, so much ad-homs and lack of critical thinking abilities.

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