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    Press Releases

    • VP Leni Maintains High Approval and Trust Ratings in Survey

      Posted in Press Releases on Oct 21, 2016

      21 October 2016 Vice President Leni Robredo, still upbeat on the success of the Office of the Vice President Partnerships Against Poverty Summit held last week, expresses her gratitude for the Filipino’s continued show of support. In a survey conducted on September 25 – October 1, 2016, results show that VP Leni increased her approval


    • Georgina Hernandez on the Land Conversion Ban

      Posted in Press Releases on Oct 17, 2016

      17 October 2016 To be clear, the Vice President signed the petition against the proposed two-year absolute ban on land use conversion because our proposal is to exempt from the moratorium agricultural lands which have already been declared unproductive by the Department of Agriculture and which may be used for socialized housing. To use the


    • Georgina Hernandez On Angat Buhay

      Posted in Press Releases on Oct 12, 2016

      12 October 2016 Georgina Hernandez Spokesperson, Office of the Vice President Vice President Leni Robredo’s dream is to have a Philippines that is free from poverty. This has been her advocacy long before she became a politician, a dream that was shaped by her years as a community organizer, NGO worker, and lawyer for poor


    • Leni on 100 Days: Combating Poverty Transcends Political Color

      Posted in Press Releases on Oct 08, 2016

      8 October 2016 Poverty is a complicated issue. In combating it, we need to look beyond our political lenses to be able to make a difference to our fellow Filipinos who suffer from it everyday. This was what Vice President Leni Robredo said as she looked back on her first 100 days in office. VP


    • VP Leni Robredo’s Statement on the Proposed Showing of the Alleged Sex Video

      Posted in Press Releases on Sep 29, 2016

      29 September 2016 The ongoing inquiry by the House of Representatives into the alleged drug trade in the national penitentiary has become a matter of great interest to the public, creating strong sentiments and generating passionate debate among our fellow Filipinos. And precisely because of this, I believe it is critical that the members and