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    July 22, 2018

    At 9:00 am, the Vice President was on air for the weekly one-hour program, BISErbisyong Leni on RMN-DZXL with Ely Saludar. For this episode,they interviewed Atty. Ray Paolo “Arpee” Santiago. He is the Executive Director of the Ateneo Human Rights Center and the Secretary-General of the Working Group for an ASEAN Human Rights Mechanism. They discussed the provisions of the proposed Federal Constitution. They also interviewed Demy Cruz, Jr. He was the winner of Best Script and Filmmaker of Ang Gahum Sang Daku Nga Handumduring the Istorya ng Pag-asa Film Festival. His film, which translates to “The Power of Big Dreams”, was about appreciating who we are and whatever we have, and the power of big dreams.

    At 2:30 pm, the Vice President attended the Purple Cross Movement Mass in the University of the Philippines (UP), Quezon City. The Purple Cross Movement is a small group of lay faithful who aim to encourage prayerfulness amid the growing culture of impunity, deceit, and apathy in our country. The Holy Mass aimed to move people to act with courage and publicly profess their faith during these times.

    Posted in VP's Day on Jul 21, 2018