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    Press Releases

    • Vice President Leni Robredo Joins the Nation in Remembering the Declaration of Martial Law

      Posted in Press Releases on Sep 21, 2016

      21 September 2016 Today marks Pres. Ferdinand Marcos’s declaration of Martial Law and we urge everyone to remember the 70, 000 who were imprisoned, the 34,000 who were tortured, the 3,240 who were killed, and the 390 who disappeared during one of the darkest periods of our history. They were fathers and mothers. They were

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    • Vice President Leni Robredo on Batanes

      Posted in Press Releases on Sep 17, 2016

      17 September 2016 Last Thursday (September 15), Batanes was declared under a state of calamity as Typhoon Ferdie hit directly the island and surrounding islets. Based from reports communicated to us by the locals and officials, the typhoon stayed for six hours gusting at 250kph. causing heavy damage. Right now, there is still no electricity,

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    • Vice President Leni Robredo on the Senate Investigation

      Posted in Press Releases on Sep 15, 2016

      15 September 2016 The allegations raised by Senate witness Edgar Matobato are serious. We must exhaust all efforts to get to the truth with due regard for our democratic processes and the rule of law. I enjoin the public to remain vigilant and discerning as the investigation unfolds. Related to this ongoing investigation, we are

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    • VP Leni Robredo on the Accusations that LP is Building a Case Against the President

      Posted in Press Releases on Sep 13, 2016

      There are no moves from the Liberal Party to unseat the President. In fact, the leadership of the party has been consistently demonstrating its support to this administration. Members of the party coalesced with the majority in the House and the Senate. We’ve offered the anti-poverty programs and policies that I’ve been pushing for to

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    • VP Leni Robredo on the Mary Jane Veloso case

      Posted in Press Releases on Sep 12, 2016

      12 September 2016 Like many other Filipinos, we share the concern regarding the online report by the Jakarta Times that quoted Indonesian President Joko Widodo saying that President Duterte “gave the go ahead” for the execution of Mary Jane Veloso. We trust that the Administration will immediately shed light on this report to address the

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