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    Press Releases

    • VP Leni urges Congress: Support AFP by asking right questions on martial law extension

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 12, 2017

      Vice President Leni Robredo is calling on members of Congress to ensure a proper scrutiny of President Rodrigo Duterte’s request to extend the declaration of martial law in Mindanao for another year. VP Leni reiterated her trust in the assessment of the Mindanao security situation by the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Department


    • Pahayag ni Bise Presidente Leni Robredo sa Araw ng Karapatang Pantao

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 09, 2017

      Animnapu’t siyam na taon na ang lumipas mula nang pagtibayin ng General Assembly ng United Nations ang Universal Declaration of Human Rights –ang batayang dokumento na kumikilala at nagtataguyod ng karapatang pantao ng bawat isa. Bahagi ng ating kasaysayan bilang bansa ang maigting na pagsulong ng karapatang pantao, hindi lamang sa ating bayan o rehiyon,


    • VP Leni calls for unity in fight vs. terrorism

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 06, 2017

      Vice President Leni Robredo on Wednesday said it is important that the country has a united front against terrorism. In a radio interview, VP Leni said the fight against such forces must know no political color, and must not be used in pitting alliances against each other. “[M]ahalaga sa ganitong laban iyong pagkakaisa nating mga


    • VP Leni calls for urgent answers into dengue vaccine controversy

      Posted in Press Releases on Dec 03, 2017

      Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday said questions surrounding the government’s purchase of P3.5-billion Dengvaxia vaccine must be resolved soon, after its manufacturer disclosed possible risks in its use. “Kailangang masusing pag-aralan at panagutin iyong mga kailangang managot,” VP Leni said in her weekly radio show, BISErbisyong LENI, on RMN-DZXL 558. The Vice President said


    • VP Leni calls for Church, community participation in campaign vs. drugs

      Posted in Press Releases on Nov 29, 2017

      29 November 2017 Vice President Leni Robredo underscored anew the importance of a community approach in helping drug dependents recover from addiction, calling on the Church and other stakeholders to help in such endeavor. VP Leni reiterated that violence is not the key to curbing the problem of illegal drugs in the country, noting that