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    Statement of VP Leni Robredo on the Passing of Senator Aquilino “Nene” Pimentel, Jr.

    The Filipino nation is diminished today with the passing of Senator Nene Pimentel, our leading advocate for local governance, a tireless champion of human rights, and a true patriot.

    His long and storied career as a statesman is replete with moments of moral courage as he stood firm against the oftentimes cruel realities of politics and history.

    Standing up to the dictator Marcos during Martial Law, asserting Philippine sovereignty during the debates for the renewal of the US bases treaty, running as VP to an eminently qualified but underfunded Jovito Salonga in 1992, taking the principled position as Senate President during the Estrada impeachment trial — these are the moments that will forever define his place in our people’s history. May we all draw inspiration from his example to show the same courage and principle during these challenging times.

    With the rest of a grateful Filipino nation, I offer my sincerest condolences to his family and loved ones.

    Posted in Press Releases on Oct 20, 2019