By Francis Allan L. Angelo

ILOILO City Mayor Jerry P. Treñas will finally lay down his political agenda in the 2010 elections next week.

In an invitation sent by the City Hall Public Information Office via text message, Treñas will declare his intentions in a press conference 9am of November 3.

The presscon will be held at the Treñas-Rubias Law Offices on the second floor of Golden Commercial Center at Iznart Street, Iloilo City.

The mayor’s political plans have been the subject of debates and discussions in the media and every corner of Iloilo City.

Pundits and analysts said Treñas is “torn between two lovers” because of his alliance with the group of Sec. Raul M. Gonzalez Sr. and the invitation of Vice Mayor Jed E. Patrick Mabilog to run for congressman. But he may also team up with the group of businessman Larry Jamora who is running for mayor.

Gonzalez, who is running for mayor, said Treñas is still with their group amidst calls for the mayor to run for congressman versus incumbent Rep. Raul T. Gonzalez Jr.

Rep. Gonzalez is still eligible to run next year for his last 3-year term.

Sec. Gonzalez is reportedly offering the vice mayoral post to Treñas to avoid a “civil war” in their group.

Mabilog said they invited the mayor to run for the lone congressional seat of the city.

Treñas said Wednesday that he is seeking God’s guidance relative to his decision.

“I will decide on the basis of what is good for the city,” he said.