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    • VP Leni marks 2nd year in office among weavers, out-of-school youth of Basilan

      Posted in Press Releases on Jun 29, 2018

      Vice President Leni Robredo welcomed her second year in office in Basilan, where she had separate consultations with tribal weavers and out-of-school youth. On Friday, June 29, VP Leni visited the Yakan Tribe of Lamitan City, who produce intricately-designed textile through the traditional Tennun weaving. Here, she interacted with some of the weavers, including Ambalang


    • Statement of OVP Usec. Boyet Dy on the 2017 COA report

      Posted in Press Releases on Jun 29, 2018

      An excerpt from a 2017 COA report noting the delay in the liquidation of some cash advances at the Office of the Vice President (OVP) was brought to our office for comment. All of the listed cash advances in the mentioned COA Report have already been fully liquidated. Furthermore, the OVP has instituted stricter measures


    • Education as a Right, Not a Privilege

      Posted in Speeches on Jun 27, 2018

      Message at the Education Empowerment: Karunungan, Kabataan, Kinabukasan St. Pedro Poveda College, Quezon City Good afternoon, everyone. [Students respond: Good afternoon!] Dr. Lucia Subaldo, President of Saint Pedro Poveda College and members of the Poveda Executive Council; Ms. Gregoria Ruiz, President of the Institucion Teresiana and the other members of the Board of Trustees; Mrs. Jocelle


    • The Filipino in the Face of Adversity

      Posted in Speeches on Jun 26, 2018

      Message at the Rotary Club of Makati Luncheon Meeting The Conservatory, The Peninsula Manila Hotel, Makati City Thank you! [applause] Thank you very much. Kindly take your seats. Mr. Junjun Dayrit, our outgoing President; former DTI [Department of Trade and Industry] Undersecretary Tito Panlilio; past Rotary International Director Paeng Hechanova; Mr. Eddie Galvez, Assistant Corporate


    • Filipinos must be allowed to speak freely, engage government without fear — VP Leni

      Posted in Press Releases on Jun 26, 2018

      Vice President Leni Robredo called on Filipinos to take a more active role in nation-building by engaging the government and its leaders. Speaking before the Rotary Club of Makati on Tuesday, June 26, the Vice President noted that the challenges the country is facing today need the cooperation and participation of the citizenry, saying they


    • June 26, 2018

      Posted in VP's Day on Jun 25, 2018

      At 12:00 noon, the Vice President had a luncheon meeting at the Peninsula Manila Hotel, Makati City with the Rotary Club of Makati (RCM). RCM is the first Rotary Club in Makati and is also the second largest in the country (after Rotary Club of Manila). Its members, composed of businessmen, professionals, and respected practitioners


    • Pilipinong May Lakas, Talino at Buhay

      Posted in Speeches on Jun 25, 2018

      Speech at the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng MuntinlupaSMX Convention Center, Pasay City Thank you very much. Kindly take your seats. Mayor Jaime Fresnedi; Councilor Stephanie Teves; Dr. Elena Fresnedi, OIC President of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa (PLMun); Dr. Teresita Fortuna, PLMun Vice President for Academic Affairs; Dr. Reynaldo Samson, President of the MPC-PLMun Alumni


    • VP Leni urges help from community leaders, lawyers amid recent ‘tambay arrests’

      Posted in Press Releases on Jun 24, 2018

      Crackdown on loiterers ‘anti-poor’ VP Leni urges help from community leaders, lawyers amid recent ‘tambay arrests’ Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday called on community leaders and lawyers to help ensure that human rights—especially those of the poor—are respected, amid the administration’s recent “tambay” crackdown. The Vice President, a public interest lawyer, tagged the controversial


    • June 24, 2018

      Posted in VP's Day on Jun 23, 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. Ibarra “Barry” Gutierrez III, Legal Adviser of the Office of the Vice President. For the Istorya ng Pag-asa (INP), they interviewed Ace Vincent Molleda of Brgy. Paltok, Quezon


    • June 22, 2018

      Posted in VP's Day on Jun 21, 2018

      The Vice President was in Palawan for a series of events. At 9:30 am, the Vice President presided the turning over of cheque from Metrobank Foundation to Agutaya LGU in Algeciras Island, Agutaya for the implementation of their proposed Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) project in public schools. The money will be spent for the