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    Speeches

    • Working Hand-In-Hand for a Better Philippines

      Posted in Speeches on Oct 22, 2016

      22 October 2016 Keynote Message at the Philippine Jaycees Senate National Convention, QC Capitol Jaycees Senate, Icon Hotel Timog, Quezon City, Philippines I’d like to thank you all for inviting me to join you this afternoon. Each of you holds the distinction of being JCI senators because you are leaders in your field, and you

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    • The Job For All Of Us

      Posted in Speeches on Oct 22, 2016

      22 October 2016 Keynote Message at the UP School of Economics Alumni Homecoming, UPSE Grounds Coming back to the UP School of Economics grips me with emotional dissonance…perhaps many of you feel the same. On one hand, it makes me feel young, seeing and remembering scenes from our college days. On the other hand, so

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    • Country Statement at the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III)

      Posted in Speeches on Oct 18, 2016

      18 October 2016 Delivered by Leni Robredo, Vice President of the Philippines and Chairperson, Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) at the Opening Ceremonies of Habitat III Conference, October 17, 2016, Quito, Ecuador Your Excellency, President Rafael Correa, Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, Dr. Joan Clos, Excellencies and dear colleagues, Let me begin by expressing

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    • Message at Meeting with Senior Citizens at Asipulo, Ifugao

      Posted in Speeches on Oct 14, 2016

      14 October 2016 Asipulo, Ifugao delivered on 13 October 2016 We are very lucky na nakabisita po kami sa Asipulo, timing na timing na Senior Citizens’ Day dito. Sabi ko nga po, parang ang suwerte namin. Noong nasa Mt. Province po, pagpunta po namin birthday naman ng Mayor nila. Hindi po namin sinasadya, pero timing.

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    • Good Governance: The Key to ARMM’s Progress

      Posted in Speeches on Oct 14, 2016

      14 October 2016 ARMM Colloquium 2016, Heritage Hotel, Pasay City ARMM has a special place in my heart because my husband Jesse loved this region. He went to many of ARMM’s remote towns and villages to personally talk about good governance and how it can transform this beautiful but war-torn place. He often told me

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