Rody Ka Na Ba Sa 2016?
We push for Davao City Mayor Rody Duterte to head the Philippine government. Spread the news, let the people know what he can do for our country.
Duterte for President!
ABOUT DAVAO CITY MAYOR RODY DUTERTE
Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte is the current mayor of Davao City.
Born in Maasin, Southern Leyte on March 28, 1945, Duterte, however, spent his early life and childhood days in Davao City.
He obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree at the Lyceum of the Philippines University in 1968.
In 1972, the Davao City mayor obtained his law degree at San Beda College and passed the bar exam.
Duterte has experienced both as mayor and congressman. He served as mayor from 1988 to 1998. He became congressman from 1998, but ran again as mayor in 2001. He was reelected in 2004 and in 2007.
In 2010 he became vice mayor before returning as mayor in 2013.
As a mayor, he won the National Literacy Hall of Fame Award for being a 3-time 1st place winner in the Outstanding Local Government Unit (LGU) Highly Urbanized City category.
The City Council amended the City Ordinance No. 1627, Series of 1994, which imposed a probihition on selling, serving, drinking, and consuming liquors and alcoholic beverages from 1:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m.
Speed limits for all kinds of motor vehicles within the territorial jurisdiction of Davao City for public safety and order under Executive Order No. 39 was signed by Duterte.
Duterte fight against crime made him more known and earned him more respect as public servant. However, his style in reducing crime in Davao City was criticized by human right groups in spite of significant decrease in crime rate in the city.
In a recent forum in Butuan City Duterte attended, he openly spoke about his desire to change the system of the government to a federal form.
Apart from that, he categorically said that if he will become the president and sit in the Malacanang for 6 years, “did my best and would not corrupt or steal money fro the people and leave after six years with the same system of government? I’m not that ambitious nor do I love to boast but if I will be president, after my term is over I will have federalism as the new form of government.”