Saturday, October 18, 2014

2016 Philippine Presidential Election

by: Psychic August

For this prediction, I used the tarot and my intuition:

The next president will be a man; definitely it will be Jejomar Binay, the current vice president. Despite the recent attacks against him, he will remain, in the public eye, to be the most trusted public official in spite of his plunging approval ratings. With the Filipinos tendency to root for the underdog but who projects an image of 'getting the job done' - mainly with what he has done in developing the country's premier business district - Makati City.

With the threat of upcoming formal investigation and possible charges filed against him and his family, the current vice president will manage to weather through all these, long enough to successfully participate and win in the upcoming 2016 elections.

Binay will fare better than Mar Roxas; in fact it would be better if Mar would not run for the presidency in 2016. Miriam Defensor will survive her bout with cancer but at the last minute she will opt not to run for the presidency, citing physical weakness as the cause. And of course, Rodrigo Duterte won't still run, still promoting his stand for federalism as the better form of government for the Philippines (it actually is, given the pinoys' diversity & divisiveness - my opinion).

Bongbong Marcos will not run for president in 2016.  He will be biding time, opting to secure his place as a senator.

Bong Revilla will run, even if detained, but will lose.  Alan Peter Cayetano will also run but will also fail to secure the presidency.

Pnoy will finish his term, with no extension, and no assassination nor coup de etat.

The country will finally develop economically with the next president, in contrast to the current, whose main accomplishment will be seen to be weeding out many corrupt personalities from public office.

The 2016 elections in the Philippines will also be messy behind the scenes, with a lot of clandestine manipulations going on. However, it will not be worse than previous national elections.

And - the next vice president of the country will also be a man.