Importance Of Mayor Duterte In The Philippines

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SHOULD MAYOR RODRIGO DUTERTE BE THE RIGHT PRESIDENT FOR THE PHILIPPINES?

INTRODUCTION
Definition
Our country and all of the Filipino people need Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte because our country is in a dire situation and would never be able to move forward unless a good leader takes it’s in charge and we all know that Mayor Duterte is a great leader because of his platform. In Philippines, corruption is endemic in all levels of government, including in the barangays but he also focus on serving people not the money that he receive.

Facts

Based on the Center Tech News Team, Duterte is the only one who can turn the country around and can improve it. Because of his what he have done in Davao City. His leadership is one of the best tactics or have a good idea or platform in leading a community. We all know that all most of the Filipino people are lack of discipline, no country can be progressive unless its citizens are law-abiding, well organized and disciplined. The drug problem has become a national risk of our country. And also criminality is uncontrolled nationwide, but in Davao, we will not hear to have a crimes because the people are all disciplined by their Mayor. In Davao, there no drugs because of him. He make the
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Can you imagine, he served Davao for more than 22 years? How did he make that? For me, it is nice and great to hear because I think that that reason why he always win the election is because he have things that he have done good. He make better and better, he did not stop on serving because he wants to serve people. He wants change, he want the people to be discipline because discipline is one of the most important things that is included in all aspect of our life. For instance, I am a varsity, I did not achieve my goal without discipline because it is a way of behaving that show the willingness to obey rules and

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