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    • Interview with Vice President Leni Robredo at the Bantay Familia 19th Anniversary

      Posted in Transcripts on Jan 22, 2018

      Bantay Familia 19th anniversary Naga City Hall Q: Ma’am, updates lang sa PNR and sa airport issue? VP LENI: PNR, nagre-request pa din tayo ng pangalawang briefing. Kung naaalala natin, iyong pinakaunang briefing, napakarami pa ding mga tanong na hindi nasasagot. Sumulat… sumulat iyong city officials, sumulat din tayo, requesting for another briefing, para iyong


    • Why We Need to Talk About Climate Change

      Posted in Speeches on Jan 20, 2018

      Message at the 2017-2018 Public Relations Society of the Philippines Students’ Congress and Grand Prix University of Santo Tomas, Manila Maraming salamat, Teddy. Maupo po tayo. Ma’am and Sir. Parang makakalimutan ko sana iyong dati kong sinabi, sasabihin: kapag magsasalita po ako, parating iyong aking request maikling introduction. Pero siyempre si Teddy hindi sumunod. Muntik ko pang


    • VP Leni urges further discussion on ChaCha, says process must not be rushed

      Posted in Press Releases on Jan 18, 2018

      Vice President Leni Robredo on Thursday reiterated the need to extensively discuss charter change, in light of plans to revise the Constitution in order to usher in a federal form of government. VP Leni said it is important for the public to be well-informed and engaged in these discussions, since the Constitution is the


    • Message at the MetroLaylayan Visit in Muntinlupa City

      Posted in Speeches on Jan 18, 2018

      Southville 3, Muntinlupa City Magandang umaga! [Kids respond: “Magandang umaga po!”] Ayan. Magandang umaga sa mga taga-Southville 3! Ayan, palakpakan natin iyong ating mga sarili. [applause] Magandang umaga din sa lungsod ng Muntinlupa! Palakpakan natin iyong lahat na taga-Muntinlupa. At siyempre, magbigay-galang tayo sa ating mayor, iyong ama ng lungsod ng Muntinlupa, palakpakan po


    • Interview with Vice President Leni Robredo at Metro Laylayan visit in Muntinlupa

      Posted in Transcripts on Jan 17, 2018

      Metro Laylayan visit Southville 3, Muntinlupa City Q: Ma’am, ano po, bakit po natin ginawa itong event na ito sa Muntinlupa? VP LENI: Ito kasi parang… parang—Kung naaalala, noong nag-launch kami ng Angat Buhay noong October of 2016, pinupuntahan namin iyong mga malalayo at mahihirap na mga communities all over the Philippines. Pero iyong isang


    • VP Leni elated over public’s growing support despite office’s limitations

      Posted in Press Releases on Jan 16, 2018

      After 16-point rise in latest SWS polls VP Leni elated over public’s growing support despite office’s limitations Vice President Leni Robredo on Tuesday said she appreciates the growing support from the Filipino people despite the limitations set in her office’s mandate. VP Leni’s net trust ratings for the fourth quarter of 2017 rose by 16


    • Interview with VP Leni Robredo at the INP Launch in Tandang Sora National High School

      Posted in Transcripts on Jan 15, 2018

      ​​Tandang Sora National High School, Quezon City Q: VP, they’re currently discussing amendments to the Constitution at the House of Representatives. There’s a proposal to remove three offices under the new Constitution: the OVP, the JBC, and the Office of the Ombudsman. Ma’am, as part of the office na gusto nilang tanggalin, what’s your


    • BISErbisyong LENI – Episode 36

      Posted in Transcripts on Jan 13, 2018

      ELY: Magandang umaga, Pilipinas—Luzon, Visayas, at Mindanao! Isa na namang edisyon ng BISErbisyong LENI dito sa RMN. Tayo po ay napapakinggan nationwide, gayundin po sa RMN Naga- DWNX 91.1, RMN Cebu-DYHP 612, RMN Cagayan de Oro-DXCC 828, at RMN Davao-DXDC 621. At dito po sa Facebook Live, “RMN News Nationwide: The Sound of the Nation”


    • VP Leni: Consistent rise in surveys affirms work for Pinoys at the ‘laylayan’

      Posted in Press Releases on Jan 08, 2018

      Vice President Leni Robredo said the consistent rise of her survey ratings affirms and inspires the work that her office is doing for the Filipino people, especially those at the fringes of society. “Lubos ang aking pasasalamat sa ating mga kababayan para sa patuloy nilang pagsuporta at pagtitiwala. Sa mga nakaraang buwan, patuloy ang pataas


    • VP Leni: No to ‘no-el,’ term extension

      Posted in Press Releases on Jan 07, 2018

      Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday raised her opposition against the possibility of having no elections and extending the term of sitting officials, amid talks of amending the Constitution for federalism. VP Leni noted that such moves undermine the people’s inherent right to choose their leaders. “Itong No Elections, kontrang kontra tayo doon,” she said