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    Press Releases

    • Statement of VP Leni Robredo on Death Penalty

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 08, 2016

      8 December 2016 It is deeply concerning how the proposed bill to reinstate death penalty in the country easily passed the House Committee level. It seems the committee rushed the approval of the bill to accommodate the wishes of the president. We question why the House Committee on Justice approved the bill even though its

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    • Pahayag ni Vice President Leni Robredo ukol sa Pagbitiw bilang HUDCC Chair

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 04, 2016

      4 Disyembre 2016 Ipinalangin namin na hindi sana dumating ang araw na ito. Binalaan na ako sa planong nakawin mula sa akin ang pagiging pangalawang pangulo. Pinili ko itong balewalain at tutukan na lamang ang mga trabahong iniatas sa akin. Ngunit ang mga naganap nitong mga nakaraang araw ay patunay lamang na nangyayari na ang

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    • Statement of Vice President Leni Robredo on her Resignation as HUDCC Chair

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 04, 2016

      4 December 2016 We had hoped this day would not come. I had been warned of a plot to steal the Vice Presidency. I have chosen to ignore this and focus on the job at hand. But the events of recent days indicate that this plot is now being set into motion. From the very

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    • Georgina Hernandez on Mass Housing of ISFs Clarifying the Manila Bulletin article

      Posted in Press Releases on Nov 29, 2016

      29 November 2016 Georgina Hernandez on Mass Housing of ISFs Clarifying the Manila Bulletin article, “VP Leni Eyes Housing along Railroad Tracks”, November 27, 2016 In a chance interview, Vice President Leni Robredo discussed the recently approved North-South Railway Project. As chairperson of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council, VP Leni discussed the situation

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    • Leni: Fix Houses of our Soldiers and Police

      Posted in Press Releases on Nov 23, 2016

      HUDCC Press Release 23 November 2016 Led by Vice President and Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council Chair Leni Robredo, officials from the HUDCC, National Housing Authority (NHA) and the Armed Forces of the Philippines – Philippine National Police Housing Board members met to identify and resolve the gaps in the government’s housing program for

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