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    Press Releases

    • VP Leni reiterates support for proper law enforcement, calls for a thorough investigation into Ozamiz raid

      Posted in Press Releases on Aug 02, 2017

      Office of the Vice President 2 August 2017 Vice President Leni Robredo reiterated anew her support for proper law enforcement in the government campaign against illegal drugs, while noting the need for a thorough investigation into the raid in Ozamiz City that led to the deaths of several people, including Mayor Reynaldo Parojinog and members

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    • Vice President Leni Robredo on the 8th death anniversary of President Cory Aquino

      Posted in Press Releases on Aug 01, 2017

      Office of the Vice President 1 August 2017 Eight years ago, an icon of democracy, not just for the Filipino people, but for the entire community of nations, bid us farewell and joined with her Creator. And it is in both celebration and sorrow that we join our fellow citizens in remembering the late former

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    • VP Leni visits Marawi IDPs in Naga

      Posted in Press Releases on Jul 29, 2017

      Office of the Vice President 29 July 2017 Vice President Leni Robredo visited a Muslim community in her hometown, Naga City, where some families displaced by the ongoing clashes in Marawi City have sought refuge. Naga currently hosts some 20 families from Marawi who are currently staying with relatives here. VP Leni met with them,

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    • Catanduanes: Angat Buhay Continues Typhoon Nina Rehabilitation Efforts

      Posted in Press Releases on Jul 28, 2017

      Office of the Vice President 28 July 2017 The Office of the Vice President’s (OVP) anti-poverty program, Angat Buhay, continued to pursue rehabilitation efforts in Catanduanes, seven months after Typhoon Nina ravaged the province. Representatives from the Angat Buhay team and partner organizations revisited the municipalities of Baras and Bato on 28 July 2017 for

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    • VP Leni opposes abolition of CHR

      Posted in Press Releases on Jul 28, 2017

      Office of the Vice President 28 July 2017 Vice President Leni Robredo said she opposes the abolition of the Commission on Human Rights (CHR), warning that such move will strip the ordinary Filipino, especially the poor, of their protection against abuses. VP Leni pointed out that the CHR is a constitutional body, and was established

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