With Binay reunited with his city's sisters in Bohol, the Makati mayor lost no time in legitimizing their relations.
Sisterhood pacts were immediately signed between Makati and the towns of Loay, Getafe and Danao.
But there's more than meets the eye in the sisterhood agreements, according to political watchers trailing Binay's Bohol sorties.
It was widely believed that the sister was Binay's way of touching base with Bohol leaders who are perceived to be proven vote getters.
And he was no less correct in choosing his first set of towns having sisterhood connection.
A perusal of who are at the helm of Makati's sisters in Bohol would indicate they are no pushover.
All administration stalwarts, all three mayors whom Binay agreed to legitimize their sister relations are considered political…