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    Press Releases

    • Vice President Leni Robredo on the liberation of Marawi City

      Posted in Press Releases on Oct 17, 2017

      Vice President Leni Robredo on the liberation of Marawi City Closing remarks at Angat Buhay 1st year anniversary / Angat Kabuhayan launch SMX Convention Center, Pasay City 17 October 2017 Bago po ako magsimula, nais kong iparating ang magandang balita na nitong hapon lang, naideklara nang malaya ang Marawi City. [applause] Sumasaludo po tayo sa tapang

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    • VP Leni: Talk of revolutionary gov’t, destab plots not helpful, further polarizes Pinoys

      Posted in Press Releases on Oct 17, 2017

      17 October 2017 ‘Baseless accusations’ VP Leni: Talk of revolutionary gov’t, destab plots not helpful, further polarizes Pinoys Vice President Leni Robredo on Tuesday said that threats to establish a “revolutionary government,” as a response to alleged “destabilization plots” against the administration were not helpful and contributed to increased polarization in the country. VP Leni

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    • VP Leni: Rise in surveys affirms, inspires work for Pinoys in need

      Posted in Press Releases on Oct 13, 2017

      13 October 2017 Vice President Leni Robredo on Friday welcomed her rise in a recent survey, saying she is glad for the affirmation these give to her office’s initiatives to help poor communities around the country. “Oo naman, happy [ako] with the rise [in surveys],” she told reporters in an interview at St. Theresa’s College

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    • VP Leni’s office to launch livelihood arm of Angat Buhay

      Posted in Press Releases on Oct 12, 2017

      12 October 2017 To mark anti-poverty program’s 1st anniversary VP Leni’s office to launch livelihood arm of Angat Buhay The Office of the Vice President will mark the first anniversary of its anti-poverty program, Angat Buhay, by embarking on a focused push for sustainable jobs and livelihood for communities in need around the country. Angat

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    • Senate approves OVP 2018 budget, gives P20M for Angat Buhay program

      Posted in Press Releases on Oct 09, 2017

      Office of the Vice President 9 October 2017 The Office of the Vice President’s Angat Buhay program received the support of the Senate, which moved to give the anti-poverty initiative its own fund. The OVP’s P443.9-million budget for fiscal year 2018 was approved after brief Senate plenary deliberations on Monday morning. During the proceedings, Majority

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