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PBBM ushers Filipinos to a “Bagong Pilipinas” that serves its people

MANILA -- With his strong political will and determination, President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. ushered Filipinos to a “Bagong Pilipinas,” a call for the nation’s transformation aimed at serving the people.

In his speech during the kick-off rally at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila, President Marcos said the Bagong Pilipinas is not just a slogan, a sticker or a logo that everyone will see in the streets, but a brand of governance of the administration.

“Ang layunin ng Bagong Pilipinas ay maglatag ng mga mithiin na dapat nating makamtan para sa kinabukasan ng ating bayan. Tapos na ang patsi-patsi na plano na naiiba-iba na ang nangyayari lang ay nagkakawatak-watak tayo,” President Marcos said.

“It is the time for bold thinking, accompanied by the strong will to execute it. As I have said many times, the mandate of the people should be devoted to achieving the grand, not wasted on the petty,” he said.

President Marcos said the “Bagong Pilipinas” is not a political game plan that caters to a privileged few, but a master plan for genuine development that benefits people from all walks of life.

“Bagong Pilipinas is not a new partisan coalition in disguise. It is a set of ideals that all us Filipinos, regardless of political creed or religion or wealth, can coalesce around. Bagong Pilipinas is addressed to all government officials and employees, and citizens of this country,” Marcos declared.

“It is an invitation to all of us to think about being a Filipino and view the nation from a renewed perspective. It is a call for transformation. The transformation of our idea of being a Filipino, and the transformation of our economy, of governance, of society,” he added.

“Bagong Pilipinas transcends this administration.”

The President stressed Bagong Pilipinas is “no Trojan Horse” as it conceals no agenda, but a program of many workhorses driven by the love of the country with vision that requires “for all of us to work very hard,” which is a responsibility not only of the government, but by everyone.

He said that Bagong Pilipinas can only succeed with the everyone’s participation.

“It can only succeed if the government will demonstrate the fortitude to do the hard work,” President Marcos said.

The chief executive vowed the change should start from the government under the “Bagong Pilipinas” envisioned by the administration. (PND)

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