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    Press Releases

    • Georgina Hernandez on the Security Detail Issue

      Posted in Press Releases on Sep 09, 2016

      9 September 2016 Based on the official report from the Quezon City Police District, the live-in partner of one of the security details of the Office of the Vice President was in the list of Oplan Tokhang. While the target surrendered voluntarily to the authorities, reports from QCPD are saying that there were no illegal

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    • Georgina Hernandez on the Manila Times article

      Posted in Press Releases on Sep 08, 2016

      8 September 2016 Georgina Hernandez Spokesperson, Office of the Vice President We would like to clarify that contrary to what the headline in the Manila Times says, “Robredo Belittles Duterte Drug War,” dated September 6, 2016, we neither belittle nor do we trivialize the administration’s war on drugs. It was the vice president herself that

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    • Vice President Leni Robredo on the Proclamation on the State of Lawlessness

      Posted in Press Releases on Sep 06, 2016

      We respect the decision of the President to exercise his Constitutional power to call out the Armed Forces of the Philippines to assist in suppressing lawless violence. And we appreciate that the Proclamation makes clear that this does not suspend any part of the Constitution or impair any of our fundamental rights. We reiterate our

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    • Statement of Vice President Leni Robredo on the Davao Bombing

      Posted in Press Releases on Sep 03, 2016

      3 September 2016 Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of those who lost their lives or were injured in last night’s attack in Davao. We condemn this senseless and criminal act. In this difficult time, we must not allow violence and fear to divide our nation. Rather, let us all come together in

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    • HUDCC Welcomes Move to Create Housing Department

      Posted in Press Releases on Sep 02, 2016

      HUDCC Press Release 2 September 2016 The Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) has welcomed the support of the Duterte administration to create the Department of Housing and Urban Development (DHUD) to replace the current HUDCC, saying it would make the government more effective in administering its housing programs. “This is a step in

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