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How likely will former presidents Joseph Estrada, Fidel Ramos, and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo form an alliance for the 2016 presidential elections?

“The Bottomline With Boy Abunda” looks back at the most controversial political issues of 2013 that will have an impact on the Philippines this year.

In the beginning of the two-part special of “Bottomline” this Saturday (January 11), political analysts Prof. Clarita Carlos, Dr. Nicole Curato, Dean Tony Lavina, and Malou Tiquia share what are the issues that Filipinos should watch out for in 2014 in the world of Philippine politics.

How likely will former presidents Joseph Estrada, Fidel Ramos, and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo form an alliance for the 2016 presidential elections?

Do they think there will more politicians getting involved in controversies and intrigues this 2014, or have they already learned from their previous mistakes?

Don’t miss the heat on the 2013 CMMA Best Talk Show and PMPC Best Public Affairs Program “The Bottomline With Boy Abunda” this Saturday night, “after Banana Split.” For more updates, log on to www.abs-cbn.com or follow @abscbndotcom on Twitter.



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