Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday pulled out his appointment for the 2022 Senate race, the public authority decisions screen said, a month later he made a latest possible moment passage into the challenge.
“The President has documented his withdrawal from the Senatorial decisions,” James Jimenez, representative for the Commission on Elections office, said on Twitter.
Duterte, 76, is intrinsically banished from looking for a second six-year term as president.
His run for the Senate had been viewed as an endeavor to stay in legislative issues while confronting a global test into his dangerous medication war.
His withdrawal doesn’t really mean he is wanting to resign from governmental issues later the decisions in May. Under political race rules, he might actually substitute another up-and-comer that shares his family name.
Duterte’s little girl Sara is running for VP while his child Sebastian is challenging the mayoral race in the family’s southern fortification of Davao City.