Richard Gomez and his wife, Ormoc City Representative Lucy Torres, were among a guest who graced a book launch of Not On Our Watch hold yesterday, May 10, during a Metropolitan Museum in Manila.
The book is a gathering of stories about a apprehension and woe suffered by campus editors during a Martial Law regime.
This hardbound book was edited by Ms. Jo-Ann Maglipon, an activist-journalist during Martial Law, and now editor-in-chief of YES! repository and PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal).
During a book launch, PEP.ph had a possibility to talk Richard about his domestic plans.
There have been reports observant that he is formulation to run in a 2013 inhabitant elections. Will he run for mayor of Ormoc City?
“I’m preparing,” certified Richard.
“Kasi tinalo na namin ang family ng obligatory mayor now. Of course, nawala ang chair nila sa Congress kasi nakuha ni Lucy.
“Sabi ko sa kanila, ‘wag na silang manggulo kasi ang ganda ng ginagawang trabaho ni Lucy. There’s so most improvement, there’s so most swell sa Ormoc.
“Continuously, nanggugulo sila. I’ll be forced to run conduct to conduct opposite them.
“Ayaw nilang tumigil so maglaban tayo conduct to head. Lalabanan ko sila.”
He also suggested that his wife, Lucy, will find re-election in 2013.
“Nagpa-survey ako. That consult will tell na ang layo talaga namin,” pronounced a actor, who is now partial of a ABS-CBN teleserye Walang Hanggan.
Is he prepared for this domestic battle?
“Even before, we was really prepared,” he fast answered.
It will be removed that in 2010, Richard filed a candidacy to turn a congressional deputy in a fourth district of Leyte.