2 Davao pols reconcile; can Tony, Vic do the same?

           With this contention, two allies- turned – rivals in Davao del Sur, Gov. Douglas Cagas and Digos Mayor Arsenio Latasa, finally reconciled.

Too much politics drags our efforts down.

           According to reports, the two, former law partners who are now considered among the influential politicians in Southern Mindanao, “hugged each other inside the governor’s office…”
It was Governor Cagas who extended a reconciliatory hand to his erstwhile political enemy.

           For his part, Mayor Latasa said “Our paths have never crossed since the 2007 elections, but his humility to offer reconciliation to me and all the barangay officials is an act that I could not refuse.”

          Cagas said his gesture was a wise decision so that peace and development plans could move forward.
With this, some people in Capiz ask:

Would it be possible that their warring leaders also reconcile?

by: Gerry T. PagharionThe Capiz Times

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