Governor Tamayo: Presidential Directives Guide My Movements Outside South Cotabato


Any movement ko outside South Cotabato ay mayroong clearance galing sa National Chairman ng Partido. All movements of our political party - Partido Federal ng Pilipinas outside South Cotabato have clearance from our President.

Governor Reynaldo S. Tamayo Jr., the National President of Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP), made this statement to clarify his political actions outside his home province, emphasizing that they are guided by directives from President Ferdinand Marcos Jr., who also serves as the National Chairman of PFP.

The announcement comes amid criticisms from prominent BARMM officials. Maguindanao del Sur Governor Mariam Sangki-Mangudadatu, her husband TESDA Secretary Suharto Mangudadatu, and Sulu Governor Sakur Tan accused Governor Tamayo of overstepping his bounds in BARMM politics during their speeches at the BARMM Grand Coalition (BGC) provincial assembly in Basilan on June 30.

Additionally, Mayor Raida Maglangit of Kapatagan, Lanao del Sur alleged that Tamayo was coercing mayors in the Bangsamoro region to join and support the UBJP, warning them that failure to do so would result in investigations by the Commission on Audit.

Governor Tamayo firmly denied these allegations, asserting that his actions were misinterpreted. In a press conference held to address the criticism from Mangudadatu and her BGC allies, Tamayo clarified that his political activities were in line with instructions from President Marcos.

“They see it as outside of my responsibility because it involves BARMM. However, the reality is that there was an instruction from the President tasking me with political party matters across the country,” Governor Tamayo stated.

Governor Tamayo's clarification highlights his position as a respected leader within the PFP, adhering to directives from the party's highest echelons to bolster political alliances and promote unity nationwide.

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