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    • Statement of Georgina Hernandez

      Posted in Transcripts on Aug 04, 2016

      4 August 2016 Georgina Hernandez Spokesperson, Office of the Vice President There are supporters of the Vice President that have expressed their interest to help out in the election protest. Admittedly, the case would require payment of the costs of the electoral protest, as will be eventually directed by the PET. The Vice President is

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    • Press Conference of VP Leni Robredo

      Posted in Transcripts on Aug 03, 2016

      3 August 2016 Office of the Vice President, Quezon City Q: Reaction on Supreme Court… VP LENI: ‘Yong order naman… ngayon kasi wala pa kaming natatanggap parang every Tuesday yata ang deliberation ng Supreme Court. Yesterday, finally na-deliberate na ‘yong kasong na-file. We expect that in a matter of days mare-receive na namin ‘yong formal

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    • Speech at 30th Anniversary of Philippine Star

      Posted in Speeches on Aug 01, 2016

      28 July 2016 Shangri-La at the Fort, Taguig City Now more than at any point in our history, people around the world consume more news than food, hindi ko alam kung totoo yun, and yet we know and appreciate very little of the determination, commitment to accuracy, and very long hours that print journalists need

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    • Interview with VP Leni at Brgy. Curry, Pili, Camarines Sur

      Posted in Transcripts on Aug 01, 2016

      1 August 2016 Sitio Boncao, Brgy. Curry, Pili Cam. Sur Interviewed on 29 July 2016 Q: Meron pa po kayong maidadagdag na classrooms dito? VP LENI: Iyong for 20… Hindi ko sigurado kung for 2015 or 2016 na budget ito talagang for classroom na building mayroon pa tayong pending request para lahat ng grades mabigyan

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    • Ambush Interview of Vice President Leni Robredo in Calabanga

      Posted in Transcripts on Aug 01, 2016

      1 August 2016 Brgy. Calabanga, Camarines Sur Interviewed on 31 July 2016 Q: […] VP LENI: Actually, noong fineature natin ‘yong Punta Tarawal noong inauguration, may mga private groups na nag-express ng desire na tumulong. Ito ‘yong grupo ng isang batch ng Ateneo de Manila high school. Nag-schedule sila ng pagpunta, tiniming nilang andito ako kaya

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    • Interview with Vice President Leni Robredo in Thailand

      Posted in Transcripts on Aug 01, 2016

      1 August 2016 VP LENI: Good afternoon! It is such an honor to be one of the awardees on the occasion of the 70th Anniversary of the King and the 84th anniversary of the Queen. The award is in honor of Queen Sirikit and it is such an honor not only for me but also

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    • VP Leni Set to Receive Thai Award

      Posted in Press Releases on Jul 31, 2016

      31 July 2016 On her first official trip abroad, Vice President Leni Robredo is set to be honored as one of the “Honorary Outstanding Woman in 2016” Monday (August 1). The National Council of Women (NCWT), together with the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Education, host

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    • Marketing to a Different Crowd

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 28, 2016

      28 July 2016 Keynote Address at the 47th National Marketing Conference, Grand Ballroom, Marriot Hotel, Newport City I would like to congratulate the organizers of this event for bringing together members from the ASEAN community and other guest Asian countries. These are exciting times for all of us. Everyday, our global village is growing smaller

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    • Small Loans, Big Hearts, Great Country

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 28, 2016

      28 July 2016 Message by Vice President Leni Robredo represented by Ms. Georgina Hernandez, Spokesperson at the 2016 Microfinance Council of the Philippines, Inc. Annual Conference, Century Park Hotel, Pasay City The Philippines is considered a bright light in Asia when it comes to microfinance. We are blessed with a perfect storm that relentlessly uproots

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    • Service that Counts

      Posted in Speeches on Jul 25, 2016

      24 July 2016 Commencement Speech at the 107th Commencement Exercises of the UP College of Medicine and Philippine General Hospital Internship Closing Ceremonies, UP Theater, Diliman Two years ago, I was visiting a very small barangay in the town of Ocampo, a small town in my district, right after a storm. I saw an old

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