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    Mensahe ng Pangalawang Pangulo sa Anibersaryo ng EDSA People Power Revolution

    Mensahe ng Pangalawang Pangulo sa Anibersaryo ng EDSA People Power Revolution

    Sa araw na ito, ginugunita natin ang pagtindig ng sambayanang Pilipino para sa demokrasya, 35 na taon na ang nakalilipas. Inaalala natin ang tapang, paninindigan, at pagkakaisa na pinamalas nating mga Pilipino para wakasan ang kalupitan at karahasan ng diktaturya; para muling simulan ang pagpanday ng isang lipunang gumagalang sa karapatan, kalayaan, at dignidad ng bawat isa.

    Tumindig tayo noon laban sa korapsyon at pang-aabuso ng gobyerno. Laban sa walang direksyon at walang pusong pamamahala. Laban sa walang awang pagpatay sa ating mga mahal sa buhay, kaibigan, at kababayan.

    At sa dulo, nagtagumpay tayo. Sa kabila ng kapangyarihan at kamay na bakal ng rehimeng Marcos, ang pananalig at pagkakapit-bisig ng taumbayan ang napatunayang mas malakas at mabisa na puwersa.

    Today, 35 years after, we renew our faith in this fundamental truth of EDSA: That our people, standing united, can never be defeated. We affirm this truth, even as we acknowledge that the promise of EDSA has not yet been completely fulfilled. Our democracy, ever fragile, is still under constant threat. There are efforts to revise history for the personal agenda of a powerful few. We are still in the process of forging the nation we dreamt of, and fought for, on EDSA.

    The challenge now is this: We must find within ourselves that strength, that faith, that fire to continue the work that remains to be done. And in doing so, we must find a way to walk forward together.  Ito ang pinakamahalagang aral ng EDSA, at ito rin mismo ang kailangan natin para malagpasan ang mga hamon ng pandemya at ng kasalukuyang panahon: Na ang sagot sa mga suliranin natin, hindi iisa, kundi bawat isa.

    Today, we are reminded of what we can do, marching towards a shared horizon, bound not only by the crisis we face, but by our collective resolve to truly achieve the promise articulated 35 years ago—isang lipunang mas malaya, mas makatarungan, at mas makatao.

    At dahil magkakasama tayo sa adhikaing ito, buo ang loob ko: Kayang-kaya nating abutin, kahit ang pinakamatatayog nating mga pangarap.

    Posted in Statements on Feb 25, 2021