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    Transcripts

    • Q&A at FEF Fellows Meeting

      Posted in Transcripts on Feb 22, 2017

      23 February 2017 Question: How do you get accountability? VP Leni: Sir I am not sure if you are familiar with the seal of good house keeping which my husband started. It was a scorecard setting parameter where local government units have targets in many areas of governance, in health, and in education, etc.

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    • Ambush Interview with VP Leni Robredo at the House of Representatives

      Posted in Transcripts on Feb 21, 2017

      22 February 2017 Q: Ma’am mayroong call si Sen. Leila de Lima to declare the president incapacitated. Do you think there’s a basis to that po? VP Leni: Mahirap kasi mag-comment kasi hindi ko naman narinig si Sen. De Lima mismo. Siguro tingnan ko muna kung ano ang basis ng kanyang pagsabi. Q: Iyong testimony

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    • Open Forum with Students at Ateneo

      Posted in Transcripts on Feb 20, 2017

      21 February 2017 Q: My question would be it’s been 31 years since we overthrew the dictator, Marcos. And we have the 1987 constitution to show for it. Is it time for a con-con expanding article 13? Q: In countries like Australia, the marginalized are being given government allowances so that they could have equal

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    • Interview in Xavier University, CDO

      Posted in Transcripts on Feb 19, 2017

      20 February 2017 Question: Angat buhay in schools – how does it help the laylayan? VP Leni: Sobrang laking tulong kasi pinipili natin ang mga schools na may extension services gaya ng Xavier University Social Development Program nila ito yung nakakakilala ng mahihirap na barangay kasi itong ating recognition naman mas nakakakilala iyong mga taga

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    • Head Start ANC Interview with Vice President Leni Robredo

      Posted in Transcripts on Feb 16, 2017

      17 February 2017 Q: Thank you Ma’am for coming and giving us this interview. It’s been 7 months since you became vice president, how would you define your role in this administration? VP Leni: Naku mahirap. I think there have been many changes already since after the inauguration. If you recall before the inauguration the

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