Addressing among others, the issue of political dynasties, Rappler brings its Move chat series to Bacolod, Negros Occidental on Wednesday, November 14. The same political clans have dominated local elections in the province, among them the Montelibanos, Lacsons, Amantes and Yulos. Described as “power aspirants” are political families like the Leonardias, Puentevellas, Ramoses, and Espinos. The election of politicians advocating inclusive politics and a consultative style of governance indicates the openness of Negros Occidental voters to alternatives to the political elite. The 8th of its chat series, Move.PH in Bacolod is a partnership with the University of St La Salle and is sponsored by Smart Communications. The event will be held at La Salle Bacolod’s MM Auditorium A, from 1:00-5:00 pm.