Marcos still mum on running for VP

By , on August 17, 2015


Senator Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. (at rostrum) delivers his sponsorship speech on Senate Bill No. 2894 or the Proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) at the Senate Session Hall on Wednesday (Aug. 12, 2015). (Avito C. Dalan / PNA)
Senator Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. (at rostrum) delivers his sponsorship speech on Senate Bill No. 2894 or the Proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) at the Senate Session Hall on Wednesday (Aug. 12, 2015). (Avito C. Dalan / PNA)

MANILA — Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr is yet to make the “most important decision” in his life.

In an interview with dzIQ Rayo Inquirer, Marcos said that he is still thinking about running for a higher post and that the decision “could very well be the most important decision” that he will ever make in his life.

Still thinking about the options, Marcos asked for patience from his supporters. This, according to him, is so he could make the “right decision.”

Marcos, who is deemed to run for Vice President in 2016 elections, said that his party, the Nacionalista Party (NP) is yet to decide on who among him, and other members including Senate Leader Alan Peter Cayetano and Sen. Antonio Trillanes will be supported by the party.

He, however said that, the party is willing to support whoever among the three of them decides to run.