MANILA (BLOOMBERG) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's political party has urged him to run for vice-president in the 2022 elections, charting a possible path for him after his term ends next year.
Duterte's political party PDP-Laban on Monday (May 31) passed a resolution also enjoining him to choose a presidential candidate, according to the group's live-streamed assembly.
Under Philippine law, a president can only be elected for a single six-year term.
Earlier in the day, Mr Duterte's spokesman Harry Roque said the President "leaves it to God" whether or not he will seek the nation's second-highest elected post.
"If the President thinks it is God's will, he will make the proper announcement in due course," Mr Roque said.