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ERAP ENDORSES ATIENZA FOR MANILA | January 25, 2010

Former President Joseph “ERAP” Estrada (left) formally endorses his trusted friend Lito Atienza (2nd from left) to be the next Mayor of Manila anew in 2010 for bringing genuine progress to the capital, especially the poor and other marginalized sectors, during his undefeated three consecutive terms (1998-2007) as father of the city under the successful Buhayin ang Maynila urban renewal and sustainable development program. At the same time, Estrada expressed the commitment of his party, Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP) to solidly support Atienza’s reelection to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of basic services to Manilans who were neglected by the present Lim administration. With Estrada and Atienza in photo during the momentous event at the AWU Compound in Port Area, Manila attended by more than 5,000 residents (lower photo) led by their Barangay officials and organization leaders are Manila Vice Mayoralty candidate and Councilor Bonjay Isip-Garcia (center), Vice Presidential candidate and Makati Mayor Jojo Binay (2nd from right) and Senatorial candidate and Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile (right).

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3 Comments »

  1. While President Joseph Estrada will reclaim the Presidency, Secretary Jose (Lito) Atienza Jr. will
    get back his old post as Manila Mayor

    Comment by JOAQUIN T. TADURAN JR — February 11, 2010 @ 9:45 am

    • Thank you very much for your support Mr. Taduran. Buhayin nating muli ang Maynila.

      Comment by Lito Atienza — February 14, 2010 @ 6:20 am

  2. Your urban renewal program is very timely. Like Escolta, once upon atime the pride of Manileno must be face-lifted as a tourist destination place in coordination with the prviate sector.
    You are the right person to run Manila as the City Mayor, Thank you

    jun

    Comment by joaquin t. taduran jr — February 14, 2010 @ 6:44 am


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