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    Press Releases

    • Vice President Leni Robredo’s Statement on the Narcolist

      Posted in Press Releases on Jan 10, 2017

      10 January 2017 We hope the President was only exaggerating when he talked of killing mayors included in his drug list. We also caution the President in making such pronouncements. We believe in the rule of law and believe that only the courts can decide if mayors in the drug list are guilty or innocent.


    • New Year’s Message of Vice President Leni Robredo

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 31, 2016

      31 December 2016 Isang Manigong Bagong Taon sa inyong lahat, mula sa inyong lingkod, sa aming pamilya, at sa Opisina ng Pangalawang Pangulo. Sa ating pagsalubong sa bagong taon, mapuno nawa ang ating mga tahanan ng liwanag at kapayapaan. Kung may katiwasayan sa loob ng ating mga tahanan, mananatili tayong malakas kahit na


    • Vice President Leni Robredo on Rizal Day

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 30, 2016

      30 December 2016 “We fight so that there may be more justice and more liberty, and for the the sacred rights of man.” – Letter of Jose Rizal to Marcelo H. del Pilar, 1889 We celebrate the life of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, and remember his contribution to the Filipino people. His life and work


    • Statement of Vice President Leni Robredo

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 30, 2016

      30 December 2016 I am not aware of, much less am I involved in, any effort to “oust” the President. Furthermore, I categorically deny joining rallies that called for the President’s ouster. Criticism is not conspiracy, and the administration is well advised to stop seeing “plots” behind every unflattering news report, irate citizens’ assembly, or


    • Statement of Georgina Hernandez

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 29, 2016

      29 December 2016 Vice President Leni Robredo did not intend to make it appear that President Duterte was going to declare Martial Law. President Duterte did that himself. Every time President Duterte has been called out on his comments, it is either dismissed as a joke or said to be taken out of context. However, the threat of