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Eddie Villanueva and His Platforms

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Eduardo “Eddie” C. Villanueva, senatorial candidate for 2013 – Bangon Pilipinas

Eduardo C. Villanueva, also known as Eddie Villanueva, 66 years old, is known more commonly as Brother Eddie as a result of his religious and spiritual leadership which eventually led up to his political career. Married to Adoracion “Dory” Villanueva, they have had three children; Eduardo “Jon-Jon” Villanueva, Jr., Emmanuel Joel Villanueva and Joni Villanueva-Tugna. In 1969 Eddie Villanueva graduated with a degree in Commerce majoring in Economics from the Philippine College of Commerce (now renamed Polytechnic University of the Philippines).

Initially beginning as an activist during Martial law, Eduardo Villanueva fought local landgrabbers in Bulacan which resulted in his incarceration twice. After a supposed “life changing encounter” in 1973, he became a preacher and founded the Jesus Is Lord Church in 1978. In 2004 he began his political campaign in the Philippine presidential elections, gaining some notoriety due to his heavy religious identity. Villanueva also ran again in the 201 elections, unsuccessfully, though finished fifth out of nine with 3.12% of the votes.

Platforms/Advocacy of Bro. Eddie Villanueva

Running as an independent candidate in the 2013 senate elections, Eduardo C. Villanueva is advocating the Reproductive Health Law, Sin tax reform law, reinstatement of the death penalty, whilst against Divorce, same sex marriages and the implementation of a total gun ban. Initially his place was taken but Israel Virgines who had to drop out, prompting the placement of Eddie Villanueva. Alongside these agendas for the 2013 senate bid, Bro. Eddie Villanueva has stated that he would he would act as a peacemaker in the senate and wishes to patch up differences between senators as well as hasten to legislation. He has also stated that there is a strong focus on providing on providing more rights to Filipinos working in foreign countries.

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3 Responses to Eddie Villanueva and His Platforms

  1. Gerry Vargas Reply

    May 3, 2013 at 8:22 pm

    Palagi niang sinasabi nakulong siya noong regimeng Marcos… ipinapalabas na piolitical talaga ang pag kaka kulong niya. Pwede ba, sa ngalanng kanyang panginoon huwag na po siyang manloko! Nakulong siya dahil sa personal niyang issue sa mga land grabbers sa Bulacan na kapwa niya land grabber din! At saka halatang halata na may plano ang pamilyang Villanueva na tumakbo sa pagka presidente hindi man siya o ang kanyang anak sa 2016 elections!

    HUWAG NA NATIN SIYANG IBOTO!!!! Hindi niya pa ba nahahalata na ayaw sa kanya ng tao.. makailan ng eleckyon na ni reject siya ng karamihan!

    • Rex Banzuela Reply

      May 4, 2013 at 9:14 am

      Gerry Vargas, you made a sweeping and judgmental statement na nanloloko siya? Tell us what is your basis na manloloko siya?

      Mukhang hindi mo pa alam ang tunay na background at mabuting layunin ni Bro Eddie and yet you have a ridiculous conclusion!

      Kumpara sa iyo G. Vargas, iniisa isa ko at inalam ko ang background niya at sinuri ko kung papano siya maglahad ng plataporma at sumagot sa mga tanong sa kanya sa mga forum at debate at sa aking palagay higit at lamang si Bro Eddie sa lahat ng kandidato sa pagkasenador. Mahusay ang kanyang layunin at kawalan ng bayang Filipino na hindi mahalal ang katulad niya.

      Kaya wag kang basta basta manghusga lalo na kung ang hinuhusgahan mo ay ang taong ang hangad ay para sa tapat na serbisyo at pag-unlad hindi ng sarili kundi ng bayan!

  2. Daryl Sarandi Reply

    May 9, 2013 at 10:51 am

    Super Agree to Rex Banzuela. I will support Bro.Eddie this coming election.#31VILLANUEVA!

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