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Makati mayor Binay joins NPC

MAKATI mayor Abigail Binay yesterday took her oath as the newest member of the Nationalist Peoples Coalition (NPC).

Binay’s husband, Makati City 2nd District Rep. Luis Campos, administered her oath in the NPC Club House in Quezon City in the presence of NPC president Rep. John Michael Duavit, NPC secretary general Mark Leandro Mendoza, Tarlac 1st District Rep. Jaime Cojuangco and the mayor’s daughter, Martina.

The development comes after the NPC’s announcement that Binay is being eyed as one of the party’s senatorial candidate in the 2025 mid-term elections.

Binay is on her third and last term as Makati mayor.

Earlier, NPC chairperson, former senator Vicente “Tito” Sotto III said that aside from Binay, also being eyed to be included in the party’s senatorial line-up is Sen. Lito Lapid, who is eligible for reelection.

The NPC earlier inked a coalition agreement with President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s Partido Federal ng Pilipinas.

Meanwhile, Campos is reportedly eyeing the post that will be vacated by his wife.

Campos’ district comprises the barangays that are now under the jurdisdiction of Taguig City.

Binay’s elder sister, incumbent Sen. Nancy Binay, is reportedly eyeing to join the mayoralty race in Makati in the 2025 elections.

In a statement, the Makati mayor said since the election is still a year away, she will just focus in carrying out her responsibility as a local chief executive.

This even as she called on all political parties to work towards the common purpose of uplifting the country and addressing the various challenges confronting it today.

“The issues facing our country should be seen as a chance to work together and find common purpose rather than opportunities to sow division,” Binay said.

“As leaders and as Filipinos, we should work together to address these issues and make things better for our countrymen,” she added.

In a related development, Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia announced that she has resigned from the Partido Lakas Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng bayan (PDP-Laban) due to “irreconcilable conflict” that stemmed from the complaint filed against her by Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama, who is the political party’s vice president for Visayas.