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    Press Releases

    • VP Leni urges further discussion on ChaCha, says process must not be rushed

      Posted in Press Releases on Jan 18, 2018

      Vice President Leni Robredo on Thursday reiterated the need to extensively discuss charter change, in light of plans to revise the Constitution in order to usher in a federal form of government. VP Leni said it is important for the public to be well-informed and engaged in these discussions, since the Constitution is the

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    • VP Leni elated over public’s growing support despite office’s limitations

      Posted in Press Releases on Jan 16, 2018

      After 16-point rise in latest SWS polls VP Leni elated over public’s growing support despite office’s limitations Vice President Leni Robredo on Tuesday said she appreciates the growing support from the Filipino people despite the limitations set in her office’s mandate. VP Leni’s net trust ratings for the fourth quarter of 2017 rose by 16

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    • VP Leni: Consistent rise in surveys affirms work for Pinoys at the ‘laylayan’

      Posted in Press Releases on Jan 08, 2018

      Vice President Leni Robredo said the consistent rise of her survey ratings affirms and inspires the work that her office is doing for the Filipino people, especially those at the fringes of society. “Lubos ang aking pasasalamat sa ating mga kababayan para sa patuloy nilang pagsuporta at pagtitiwala. Sa mga nakaraang buwan, patuloy ang pataas

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    • VP Leni: No to ‘no-el,’ term extension

      Posted in Press Releases on Jan 07, 2018

      Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday raised her opposition against the possibility of having no elections and extending the term of sitting officials, amid talks of amending the Constitution for federalism. VP Leni noted that such moves undermine the people’s inherent right to choose their leaders. “Itong No Elections, kontrang kontra tayo doon,” she said

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    • Vice President Leni Robredo’s New Year Message

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 31, 2017

      Isang manigong bagong taon sa inyong lahat, mula sa aming pamilya at sa Tanggapan ng Pangalawang Pangulo. Sa ating pagsalubong sa 2018, panalangin natin na patuloy na mamuhay ang liwanag ng pag-ibig at pag-asa sa puso ng bawat isa. Marami tayong pagsubok na hinaharap at haharapin pa. Nandiyan ang pagkalat ng negatibismo at galit, paglaganap

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