(UPDATED) PRESIDENT-ELECT Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. is not keen on tapping e-sabong or online cockfighting for revenues and is even willing to let go of it "if it will compromise the value of [the] Filipino family," his spokesman said.

Victor Rodriguez made the statement after Albay Second District Rep. Jose Ma. Clemente "Joey" Salceda said the government needed to raise P326 billion in fresh revenues yearly to trim the country's ballooning debt.

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