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    Press Releases

    • VP Leni appeals to lawmakers: Keep budgetary support for Angat Buhay communities

      Posted in Press Releases on Aug 29, 2018

      As House panel approves recommended P447-68M VP Leni appeals to lawmakers: Keep budgetary support for Angat Buhay communities Vice President Leni Robredo appealed to lawmakers to at least maintain the Office of the Vice President’s current budget, in order to sustain its assistance to some of the poorest communities around the country. As she has

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    • Mensahe ng Pangalawang Pangulo sa Araw ng mga Bayani

      Posted in Press Releases on Aug 27, 2018

      Nakikiisa tayo sa paggunita ngayong araw sa katapangan at mga sakripisyo ng ating mga bayani. Puno ng mga pagsubok ang ating kasaysayan, at sa gitna ng mga unos na kinaharap ni Inang Bayan, ipinamalas ng ating mga bayani ang diwa ng pagiging Pilipino—ang walang pag-aatubiling pag-aalay ng sarili para sa ikabubuti ng mas nakararami. Ang

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    • Message of the Vice President on the Observance of Eid al-Adha

      Posted in Press Releases on Aug 22, 2018

      We wish our Muslim brothers and sisters a meaningful celebration of Eid al-Adha. When faced with adversities, may you always look inside yourselves and tap into a faith as constant and unwavering as that of Ibrahim’s—to draw strength and courage from this amid uncertainties. Sacrifice is an inherent part of life, and over the years,

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    • Statement of Vice President Leni Robredo on Ninoy Aquino Day

      Posted in Press Releases on Aug 21, 2018

      The Filipino is worth dying for, is the declaration most often attributed to Ninoy Aquino. And on this day 35 years ago, he affirmed the truth of these words when, mere minutes after he returned to the homeland he had not seen in three years, his life was ended by an assassin’s bullet. This sacrifice

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    • Statement of Vice President Leni Robredo on the arrest of the lawyers

      Posted in Press Releases on Aug 20, 2018

      The arrest of three lawyers — Lenie Rocel Rocha, Jan Vincent Soliven, and Romulo Bernard Alarcon – for “obstruction of justice” while they were monitoring the execution of a search warrant by the police, is an issue that concerns not just the legal community but every Filipino. The PNP’s apparent contention that the accountability of

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