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    Transcripts

    • Press Briefing of Atty. Barry Gutierrez and Georgina Hernandez

      Posted in Transcripts on Mar 19, 2017

      20 March 2017 Atty. Barry Gutierrez, Legal Adviser to Vice President Leni Robredo Georgina Hernandez, Spokesperson of the Office of the Vice President Quezon City Barry: Ni-request lang namin itong maiksing briefing na ito para i-present ang sulat na ipinadala ng Office of the Vice President last January 24 both sa DILG OSEC at sa office

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    • Phone Patch Interview of ANC with Georgina Hernandez

      Posted in Transcripts on Mar 17, 2017

      18 March 2017 Spokesperson, Office of the Vice President, 17 March 2017 Q: Your reaction to the possible impeachment complaint against the Vice President? GEORGINA: Well we think that the statement of speaker Alvarez is utterly irresponsible as he himself mentioned that he is still looking into the matter and he will still have to consult his

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    • Q&A at the 2017 Metrobank Foundation Professorial Chair for Public Service and Governance Lecture

      Posted in Transcripts on Mar 14, 2017

      15 March 2017 Ateneo Rockwell, 14 March 2017 Q: The leadership model we are discussing today champions public participation and empowerment. How can we, 1) initiate such high levels of engagement from the public and 2) sustain it? VP Leni: Ako I’m going to answer it in the light of the reactions of our two reactors. One,

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    • Transcript of Video Message for the United Nations Side Event on Extrajudicial Killings

      Posted in Transcripts on Mar 14, 2017

      15 March 2017 David Borden, executive director of the DRCNet Foundation, Marco Perduca, former member of the Italian Senate, Chito Gascon, chairperson of the Commission on Human Rights, Alison Smith, legal counsel and director of International Criminal Justice Program “No Peace Without Justice”, all the other sponsors of this event, ladies and gentlemen, a good

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    • Q&A at St. Scholastica’s College Manila

      Posted in Transcripts on Mar 14, 2017

      15 March 2017 Q: What is your stand on the existing policies and law protecting women and are they enough po? And what other policies and laws will be beneficial to women in the near future? VP Leni: Thank you for the question. You know, there are not enough policies yet for women. When I was a

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