This is one Political Science issue that I would not miss.
Noong nag-aaral ako, palagi akong nahahalal na Vice-President ng classroom organization, ng student organization at kung anu-ano pang organization. Hanggang VP lang ako dahil walang gawa. Masabi ka lang Officer. Ang presidente ang maraming gawa, ang treasurer at ang Press Relations Officer.
Kaya nga nang sabihin ang power-sharing, di lang napatayo ang aking pusa, napadilat pa ng mata.
Then, nagtatanong ako, kung may I-LOVE pa si Kris kay Erap dahil wala raw masamang sinasabing masama tungkol sa kapatid niyang si Noynoy na kagaya ng ibang kritikong gusto niyang saksakin ?
Ito ang sabi ni ERAP tungkol sa power sharing na pinaniniwalaan ko kahit hindi ko siya gusto dahil naranasan na niya ang maging Presidente.
DEPOSED President Joseph Estrada attacked presidential frontrunner Benigno Aquino III on Thursday, saying his plan to share up to 80 percent of his powers with his vice president if he won showed a lack of preparation for the presidency.
Estrada said Aquino’s statement, made in a press conference Wednesday, made it appear he would be overdependent on his vice president in running the affairs of government, which was not a sign of good leadership.
“As President, you alone exercise the powers of the executive, although you can delegate your functions to your Cabinet members. You have to take responsibility for all your decisions, major or minor.
You cannot blame your vice president or any underling if something goes wrong,” he told the Manila Standard.
Estrada again also criticized Aquino for acting as if he were already the winner of the presidential election. “Please do not be so presumptuous as to claim victory in the upcoming elections,” he said, addressing Aquino.