Video: @RocktheVotePH Senatorial Forum at the PUP

In order to bring the candidates closer to the youth and to forward students’ issues to the candidates, those running for senate were invited to discuss their stand and their projects relating to students’ issues. Candidates will also be challenged to debate over students’ issues. The problem is the candidates are so busy with their campaign sorties. Present in March 6 forum were

ANG KAPATIRAN
Llasos, Marwil N.

DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES
1. Belgica, Greco Antonious Beda B.
2. Falcone, Baldomero C.
3. Señeres, Christian M.

MAKABAYAN
1. Casiño, Teodoro A.

SOCIAL JUSTICE SOCIETY
1. Alcantara, Samson S.

UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE (UNA)
1. Maceda, Ernesto M. (proxy)
2. Magsaysay, Maria Milagros Esperanza H.

Bro Ed Villanueva

Various questions that would tackle their platforms were asked by the panelists. Blog Watch was the social media partner in this forum and covered the forum live through the support of Smart Communications. Here is the video.

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panelist at the PUP

Panellists asked questions based on issues such as Education, Employment, Environment, Economy, and Human Rights.

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Thanks to Smart Communications for the internet connection and livestreaming video support.

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