Philippine presidential election: who’s running, who’s favourite and what’s their China policy?

The race to the Malacañang Palace is on. Friday, October 8, was officially the last day for candidates to enter the Philippine presidential election and, while there may be some surprises yet, the public now has a fairly good idea of who will battle it out on election day in May next year.The race will decide who replaces the incumbent President Rodrigo Duterte, who is barred from running by the constitution, which limits presidents to single terms of six years.Duterte’s human rights record…

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