Rep. Romarate calls for unity

Amidst disunity and political divisiveness brought about by the recent election, reelected Congressman Guillermo “Jun” Romarate Jr., made an appeal to all his political opponents to bring back the old camaraderie and friendship they used to enjoy.

In a recent press briefing, the solon said it’s now high time to achieve unity among political warlords so that progress and development in the city and province would then follow.

“I am appealing seriously to my political opponents to please help us build better our place to live in,” Romarate said.

The lawmaker said he is calling for the involvement of persons who have extensive experience in public service to help him for the betterment of the whole constituency of Surigao.

“Awhagon pod nako ang akong mga kontra sa politika nga makig-join force na; sigi lang diay ta magkontra ug magdaut-daut,” Romarate stressed.

He claimed there is no permanent ally in politics because it changes eventually.

“We must always remember there is no permanent alliance in politics. Now we are allies, tomorrow we may be opponents; that’s how politics is being practiced in our country,” the representative noted. (Roel Catoto/Super Banat)

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