Legacy Building: Sara Duterte wants permanent VP job in 6 years

Legacy Building: Sara Duterte wants permanent VP job in 6 years
Legacy Building: Sara Duterte wants permanent VP job in 6 years

Vice President-elect and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte plans to build a venue that will become the permanent office of Philippine vice presidents.

Duterte revealed his ambitious plan when he shared on Saturday (June 18) that he will take up his post at the Quezon City Reception House, the official residence of Vice President Leni Robredo.

However, the vice president-elect said her stay at the Quezon City Reception House will not be permanent.

“That will not be our semi-permanent office for the next six years as we are looking at our other areas where we can house all OVP staff, including organic staff under the office.” Duterte said.

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“It will also be the unique project of the OVP that we will leave after six years, which is the permanent office of the vice president of the Philippines, which will hopefully benefit future vice presidents,” he added.

The Vice President of the Philippines currently does not have an official residence.

Robredo rents the Quezon City Reception House from the city government. His predecessor, Jejomar Binay, held the position at the Coconut Palace, along Roxas Boulevard in Pasay City.

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