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    Sektor na nag-eendorso sa kandidatura ni VP Leni, dumadami

    Sektor na nag-eendorso sa kandidatura ni VP Leni, dumadami

    Robredo handa muli sa panibagong linggo ng kampanya

    Sisimulan ni Bise Presidente Leni Robredo ang bagong linggo na buhat ng mga pag-endorso mula sa iba’t ibang mga sektor na naghayag ng kanilang pagsuporta sa kaniyang pagtakbo para sa pagka-Pangulo.

    Nakatakdang magtungo si Robredo sa Mindanao at Visayas ngayong linggo.

    Ang mga pag-endorso mula sa grupo ng lampas 600 na Katolikong obispo, pari, diyakono, at mga madre; higit 100 artist kabilang ang National Artist na si Ben Cab; 137 ekonomista, kasama ang ilang dating namuno sa NEDA, lampas 200 dating opisyal at empleyado ng iba’t ibang ahensya ng United Nations; at mga babaeng pinuno ng mga indigenous people ang nareport sa pambansang media.

    “All things considered, among the candidates who have laid out their political platforms and applied for the highest and the second highest posts of the land, we adjudge that it is Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” G. Robredo and Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan who best fit the job to be the next president and vice president of the Philippines,” pahayag ng Pari Madre Misyonero Para Kay Leni, na naka-post sa kanilang Facebook page at may 602 na lagda nitong ika-19 ng Pebrero.

    Binanggit din ng ibang mga nag-endorso ang lawak ng plataporma ni Robredo at kanyang track record bilang dahilan para sa kanilang pag-endorso.

    “We believe that VP Leni Robredo is our best hope to turn the tide and bring back the people’s trust in government in order to restore and sustain vigor to people’s lives and livelihoods at the soonest possible time,” ayon sa mga ekonomistang nag-endorso kay Robredo.

    Sabi ng 207 na dating tauhan ng UN: “We believe in her program of government that will take us Filipinos to the right path of transformative change. It encompasses the priority issues and concerns of our country: health care, food security, education and digital technology, poverty and social protection, justice and human rights, gender equality, environment protection, job creation, economic recovery, and not least, national sovereignty.”

    Sa mga artist, binigyang diin nila ang pag-asa para sa pagbabago bilang batayan ng kanilang pagsuporta, na naipakita sa kanilang exhibit na “Mas Radikal ang Magmahal” sa website na www.radikal.ph.

    “Hers is a brand of leadership that stands in stark contrast to what we have now. It is one defined by example, competence and incorruptibility,” sabi ni Gigo Alampay, isa sa mga organizer ng online exhibit. “It is the only one today that is genuinely worthy of our children, our country, and our future,” dagdag niya.

    Para sa mga laylayan, dala ni Robredo ang pag-asa para sa isang kinabukasang puno ng katarungan at malaya sa karahasan.

    Sa isang ulat ng ABS-CBN, sinabi ni Jennevie Cornelio, isang Teduray indigenous woman leader sa Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM), naging biktima ang mga katutubong komunidad lalo na ang mga katutubong kababaihan ng mga paglabag sa karapatang pantao ng anti-insurgency campaign ng pamahalaan.

    “We are not terrorists. We are carers of our land and natural resources. We hope to end the violence and demand justice. We cannot allow another leader that will instill violence in our communities. VP Leni’s bid for the presidency is a glimmer of hope among indigenous peoples and the marginalized sectors of society,” ayon kay Cornelio. [End]

     

    [English Version]

    More sectors endorse VP Leni’s presidential bid as she prepares for another week of campaigning

    Vice President Leni Robredo’s starts another week of campaigning buoyed by endorsements from various sectors who have publicly released statements of support for her presidential bid.

    The tireless Robredo is set to visit Mindanao and Visayas this week.

    The endorsements from a group of more than 600 Catholic bishops, priests, deacons, and nuns; more than 100 artists including National Artist Ben Cab; 137 economists, including several ex-NEDA chiefs; over 200 former officers and staff of various United Nations agencies; and women indigenous people leaders, were reported on national media.

    “All things considered, among the candidates who have laid out their political platforms and applied for the highest and the second highest posts of the land, we adjudge that it is Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” G. Robredo and Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan who best fit the job to be the next president and vice president of the Philippines,” said the Pari Madre Misyonero Para Kay Leni in a statement posted on their Facebook page with 602 signatories as of February 19.

    Other groups also cited the depth and breadth of Robredo’s platform and her track record as to why they want her to be the country’s next President.

    “We believe that VP Leni Robredo is our best hope to turn the tide and bring back the people’s trust in government in order to restore and sustain vigor to people’s lives and livelihoods at the soonest possible time,” according to the economists who endorsed Robredo.

    The 207 former UN staff said: “We believe in her program of government that will take us Filipinos to the right path of transformative change. It encompasses the priority issues and concerns of our country: health care, food security, education and digital technology, poverty and social protection, justice and human rights, gender equality, environment protection, job creation, economic recovery, and not least, national sovereignty.”

    The artists for their part emphasized hope for change as the basis of their support, which was expressed in the show, “Mas Radikal ang Magmahal” at radikal.ph.

    “Hers is a brand of leadership that stands in stark contrast to what we have now. It is one defined by example, competence and incorruptibility,” said Gigo Alampay, one of the organizers. “It is the only one today that is genuinely worthy of our children, our country, and our future,” he added.

    For those in the margins, or the laylayan, Robredo brings hope for a future free from violence and replete with justice.

    In an ABS-CBN report, Jennevie Cornelio, a Teduray indigenous woman leader in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM), lamented how indigenous communities have become victims of anti-insurgency campaigns that have resulted in violations against indigenous women.

    “We are not terrorists. We are carers of our land and natural resources. We hope to end the violence and demand justice. We cannot allow another leader that will instill violence in our communities. VP Leni’s bid for the presidency is a glimmer of hope among indigenous peoples and the marginalized sectors of society,” said Cornelio. [End]

     

    Posted in Press Releases on Feb 20, 2022