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Simula na ng pagpapakilala ng mga kakandidato sa 2022 election.

Isa sa mga nagpahayag ng intensyong makabalik sa Senado si JV Ejercito.
Ejercito on the COVID-19 pandemic: I would have the Universal Health Care Law be given importance. This pandemic exposes the weaknesses of our healthcare system.
Ejercito says that healthcare facilities in the country needs improvement.
Ejercito says he would prefer to be in the Senate to help in implementing the Universal Health Care Law.
Ejercito says he's been advocating for the improvement of the country's railway system.
Ejercito: I'm hoping, I know it's pandemic, if I would be given a chance, I would still prioritize infrastructure development.
Ejercito on corruption: Integrity, credibility, and track record is very important.
Ejercito: It's very important that those who will be appointed have a very clean track record. Because it will affect the whole bureaucracy.
Ejercito on the government's campaign vs. anti-illegal drugs: But I would say that to tweak it a bit. I would say we really need to cut the source of the drug problem.
Ejercito says there should be a "serious talk" with China regarding the country's drug problem: Most of these come from China....I'm sure if they are sincere in being our friend, they can really help putting a stop to this.
Ejercito on his campaign funds: I was not really prepared to run in two consecutive national elections... Now it's 2022, I intend to run again and that will be a major consideration in my final decision.
Ejercito: I have to be honest with you that funding is major problem for me.
Ejercito: I'm hoping that a lot of friends and a lot of people who believe in me would continue to support me... Hopefully, funding and financial support... I would really need that.
Ejercito: Funding will be my main consideration in making my final decision as I file my candidacy this October.
Ejercito favors easier access to the SALN of the President and other government officials.
Ejercito favors the lifting of foreign ownership limits in the 1987 Constitution.
Ejercito says he favors death penalty for drug-related offenses.
Ejercito does not favor allowing a sitting president to run for vice presidency.
Ejercito favors resumption of peace talks with the communist rebels.
Ejercito agrees that the country should be aggressive in protecting its maritime interest in the West Philippine Sea.
Ejercito on President Duterte's possible vice presidential bid: He has nothing to prove anymore.
Ejercito on his relationship with brother Jinggoy Estrada: I have to be honest with you, everything is not okay... But I'm hoping when our political careers are over, we will just laugh about it.

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