(TV) Patrol Ng Pilipino Examines Eccentric personalities, and new political alliances of 2013 Senatorial Race


“Patrol ng Pilipino” will examine the popular names, eccentric personalities, and new political alliances for the 2013 senatorial race tomorrow (Oct 9) after “Bandila” on ABS-CBN.

News reporter Ron Gagalac will assess the recent coalition of previously opposing political parties in a political move that will supposedly ensure them seats in the Senate. Will these cross-party alliances benefit and affect the choices of the Filipino voters? What is the voting public’s opinion on the new and re-electionist senatorial contenders from each political coalition?

Ryan Chua, meanwhile, will introduce ‘character candidates’ during the filing of Certificate of Candidacy last week such as Daniel Magtira of Tondo, Manila who claims he is courting host-actress Kris Aquino. How serious is he in serving the Filipino public?

“Patrol ng Pilipino” will also tackle ‘nuisance bets’ from past elections who were known for their quirky antics and outspokenly shared their dreams and plans for the country.

Know the stories behind the news tomorrow (Oct 9) in the 34th Catholic Mass Media Awards’ Best News Magazine Program, “Patrol ng Pilipino” after “Bandila” on ABS-CBN or watch it earlier on DZMM TeleRadyo (SkyCable Channel 26), 9:15 p.m. For updates on the program, follow @Patrol_Pilipino on Twitter or likewww.facebook.com/PatrolNgPilipinoTV. To watch the last three episodes of “Patrol ng Pilipino,” visit http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/patrolngpilipino.


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