What to know about the Philippines election, and what to watch for
The Philippines is heading for a presidential election on Oct. 25.
And the country has a lot of political junk in it.
But the election will have some important political ramifications for all of us.
Here are five things to know before the election.1.
What will the winner be?
The first person to secure enough signatures to qualify for the presidential election will be Rodrigo Duterte.
His supporters say they can’t count on the former mayor of Davao City, who has been in office for 10 years.
But his critics say he’s only a politician with little chance of winning.2.
Who will be the winner?
If you think Duterte’s victory will be a surprise, think again.
His opponents say he has already made it clear that he won’t be able to clinch a majority of votes.3.
What’s the turnout?
The turnout in the Philippines, the world’s biggest, is estimated at between 1.5 million and 2 million people.4.
What about the economy?
It is the most populous country in Southeast Asia.
The economy is growing strongly, but it’s not as fast as in other countries.
A report by the National Bureau of Statistics says gross domestic product in the country increased by 6.4 percent in 2016, the most since the country was founded.5.
What happens to the country’s foreign debt?
The Philippines has sovereign debt of $12.5 billion.
The country’s government can only pay interest on its debt through 2020.
The U.S. government has warned that a default on the debt could have serious implications for the economy and the global financial system.
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