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    • Transcript of VP Leni Robredo’s Q&A with priests at Sa Tahanan ng Mabuting Pastol

      Posted in Transcripts on Feb 06, 2017

      7 February 2017 VP Leni: We’re trying to pool people together for our voices to be louder and to be heard. Pero parang may prevailing sentiment ngayon na takot. May prevailing sentiment na mas mabuting tahimik na lang. May prevailing sentiment na huwag na muna. Naiintindihan po natin kung saan nanggagaling ang sentiment na iyon


    • Interview with GMA News to Go (Part 2)

      Posted in Transcripts on Feb 02, 2017

      03 February 2017 Q: So anong ginagawa ninyo now that you’re not part of the Cabinet? VP Leni: Actually, mas busy tayo ngayon. We launched our anti-poverty advocacy program called Angat Buhay in October and it’s what’s occupying most of our time already, aside from the ceremonial duties. Nasa amin din kung ano ang gustong


    • Interview with News to Go – Part 1

      Posted in Transcripts on Feb 02, 2017

      2 February 2017 Question: Nag-meeting po recently ang LEDAC and I suppose nandoon ang Pangulo. This is the first time na nagkita kayo after your resignation. Kumusta po? VP Leni: Very cordial. Walang tension. Ano naman iyon trabaho. Ang kabutihan naman pagdating sa trabaho walang sinasamang personal na animosity kung mayroon man. The entire time very


    • Interview at Dona Remedios Trinidad, Bulacan

      Posted in Transcripts on Jan 27, 2017

      27 January 2017 Question: Paano po natutugunan ang mga ganitong pangangailangan? VP Leni: Ang kapital lang natin ay laway at sipag. Inaaya natin ang ibang mga organisasyon na may mga programa at naghahanap ng tutulungan, sinasama natin sila para makita iyong problema on the ground. Sa mga bisitang ganito marami tayong nakukuhang partnerships at maswerte


    • Q&A with students at the JPMAPTalks

      Posted in Transcripts on Jan 26, 2017

      26 January 2017 JPMAPTalks: I Am Possible 2.0, FEU Mini Auditorium Q: What is your stand regarding the progressive policies such as discrimination in LGBT rights? VP Leni: Iyong discrimination I think it is interconnected with LGBT rights. In fact, during the 16th Congress where I was a member of the House of Representatives, I