Karen Davila will study legacies of past Philippine presidents in The Correspondents


Seemingly reenacting the Independence Day proclamation of Emilio Aquinaldo, the country’s first president, Noynoy Aquino (wearing yellow) raised the Philippine flag last April 30 at the Aguinaldo shrine in Kawit, Cavite. He was joined by Vice Presidential bet Mar Roxas (wearing blue). Will Noynoy join the ranks of Philippine Presidents, just like his mother Corazon Aquino?


The words "change, honesty, and pro-poor" have been used a lot in political ads and posters all over the country. But what do Filipinos really look for in a president?

Join Karen Davila this Tuesday (May 4) on The Correspondents as she reveals criteria used by Filipinos for choosing the leader of the nation.

This episode will trace the legacies left by past Philippine presidents and examine how their characteristics contributed to the country’s current state.

Davila will also find out what kind of president this country really needs today.

Don’t miss Karen Davila’s report this Tuesday (May 4) on The Correspondents after Bandila on ABS-CBN.


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