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Mayor Isko Moreno and Vice Mayor-elect Yul Servo led the flag-raising ceremony yesterday at the Manila City Hall. Also in photo are (from left tourism chief Charlie Dungo, city administrator Felix Espiritu, city treasurer Jasmin Talegon (Moreno's left). (TSJ)


MANILA Mayor Isko Moreno has called on the officials and employes of the Manila City Hall to move on from the recently-concluded elections and make peace with those with whom they had differences just because of politics.

He also appealed to them not to participate in any activity that would only sow divisiveness, saying it is the obligation of every Filipino to support the government.

Moreno thanked the officials and employees for helping the city government succeed and “for being with me all the way” specially during the height of the pandemic.

“Habang ang lahat nangangapa sa dilim, tanging ilaw lamang ng city government and natakbuhan ng mga kababayan hindi lamang sa Maynila kungdi sa buong bansa,” he said.

The mayor also expressed gratitude to them for supporting the tandem of Mayor-elect Honey Lacuna and vice mayor-elect Yul Servo, as he congratulated them again, along with the six Congressmen and 36 councilors who made it.

With the elections over, Moreno urged everyone to do their part in healing the country.

“Ipalaganap ninyo ang paggalang.. ang respeto sa isa’t-isa. Ngayon, tayo, ilang libo tayo, sa atin magsimula. Let’s heal our country. We should not be part of division. We should continue to believe that the system will work no matter how hard it is,” he said.

Moreno also encouraged everyone to make peace with their relatives, friends and even family members with whom they had parted ways just because of politics.


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