Separate Inauguration for the first time

Philippines
June 17, 2016 1:08am CST
Before the end of this month, my country will be having a new President and Vice President sworn to serve for another six years. Yup, We've finished our election before US did Unfortunately, I think the venue won't be in Luneta like the past few years. It will be held in a smaller venue, so small that the two might be inaugurated separately. Their reason was, the VP's guest might not accommodate them all. But most people still thinks because they're from two different political parties. Do you think this could strike a huge divide for the country for the next six years? Or they are simply saving money? Photo Credits to.
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@Yar_Joey (3314)
• Philippines
21 Jun 16
I hope there will be no factions between the president and vice president
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• Philippines
21 Jun 16
I don't know about that, this event already seen as some what separated between two distinct parties.
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@Yar_Joey (3314)
• Philippines
22 Jun 16
@Letranknight2015 There should be unity between these 2 highest officials of the land, it is either the president should go down, or the VP should accept the work that DU340 wants her to do
• Philippines
19 Jun 16
Whatever. I only hope that they serve the people which they promised to deliver.
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• Philippines
21 Jun 16
I'm not watching the media right now, @rachz_kisses they make you think the next administration is just another disaster.
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• Philippines
22 Jun 16
@Letranknight2015 Same here. The media are not acting like journalist. I observed they kept on asking questions that are nonsense and they even twisted the whole story... It's like a circus show out there.
@Macarrosel (7643)
• Philippines
17 Jun 16
Whether they're inaugurated separately or combine. I don't care. What I cared most is how they serve our country for the next six years. I hope they'll be doing their job very well.
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• Philippines
17 Jun 16
Hello @Macarrosel you're right. The ceremony is meaningless and what matters most is that they do their job.
@ilocosboy (31416)
• Philippines
17 Jun 16
i hope that our country will unite because for the past is not quite good.
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• Philippines
17 Jun 16
Well, it has it's pros and cons. Sadly, the media love to report the bad news. but looks like they this new president is worse to them than the last one. not even sure if i should watch them though.
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