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    Transcripts

    • Transcript of Video Message for the United Nations Side Event on Extrajudicial Killings

      Posted in Transcripts on Mar 14, 2017

      15 March 2017 David Borden, executive director of the DRCNet Foundation, Marco Perduca, former member of the Italian Senate, Chito Gascon, chairperson of the Commission on Human Rights, Alison Smith, legal counsel and director of International Criminal Justice Program “No Peace Without Justice”, all the other sponsors of this event, ladies and gentlemen, a good

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    • Q&A at St. Scholastica’s College Manila

      Posted in Transcripts on Mar 14, 2017

      15 March 2017 Q: What is your stand on the existing policies and law protecting women and are they enough po? And what other policies and laws will be beneficial to women in the near future? VP Leni: Thank you for the question. You know, there are not enough policies yet for women. When I was a

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    • Q&A at San Beda

      Posted in Transcripts on Mar 14, 2017

      15 March 2017 San Beda College, Manila Q: What is the biggest obstacle to good governance the future generations of leaders will have to deal with and how can the leaders of today overcome it? VP Leni: There are so many obstacles but one very big obstacle is the mindset of politicians. Because I remember when I

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    • Interview in Tarlac

      Posted in Transcripts on Mar 12, 2017

      13 March 2017 Q: Ma’am kamusta po ang pagbisita natin yesterday sa PMA and also ang pagkikita natin ni President Duterte? Nakapag-usap na po ba kayo? VP Leni: Okay naman. Okay ang pagkikita, hindi naman, walang pagkakataong makapag-usap kasi during the graduation iyon. Pero maayos ang pagbisita sa PMA. In fact ngayong umaga bumalik pa ako kasi

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    • Forum at the International Women’s Day, Miriam College

      Posted in Transcripts on Mar 07, 2017

      8 March 2017 Q: Ano ang dapat paghandaan ng mga taga-supporta ni VP Leni kung sakaling magdesisyon ang Presidential Electoral Tribunal na panalo si BongBong Marcos? VP LENI: Baka kailangan natin itanong sa ating sarili, tapos na po ang eleksiyon pero bakit patuloy ang paninira sa atin. Palagay niyo ba dahil against ako sa pangulo? Palagay ko

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