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    • A Call To Be Invincible

      Posted in Speeches on Nov 26, 2018

      Message at the #RespetoNaman Nationwide Campaign Against Gender-Based Violence Quezon City Reception House, New Manila, Quezon City Thank you very much. Kindly take your seats. His Excellency Harald Fries, Ambassador of Sweden to the Philippines; Ms. Vicky Garchitorena, founder of SPARK Philippines; Ms. Mary Nicolas, also of SPARK Philippines; Ms. Cindy Bishop, founder of the #DontTellMeHowToDress

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    • November 26, 2018

      Posted in VP's Day on Nov 26, 2018

      At 11:00 am, the Vice President attended the 2018 Annual Conference of the Asian Group of Public Administration (AGPA) in UP-National College of Public Administration (NCPAG), University of the Philippines, Quezon City. The conference was jointly organized by the AGPA and the UP-NCPAG. It aimed to bring together researchers, scholars, and practitioners of public administration

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    • Interview with VP Leni Robredo at the 2018 Annual Conference of the Asian Group for Public Administration (AGPA)

      Posted in Transcripts on Nov 25, 2018

      2018 Annual Conference of the Asian Group for Public Administration (AGPA) University of the Philippines’ National College of Public Administration and Governance, Diliman, Quezon City OVP: Okay, ready. Q: Hi, Ma’am! Any reaction to the [Memorandum Order] number 32? Sabi prelude daw ito to martial law. VP LENI: Iyong sa akin, kung ang purpose ng

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    • VP Leni denounces Chinese Coast Guard driving away Pinoy TV crew from Panatag Shoal

      Posted in Press Releases on Nov 25, 2018

      VP Leni denounces Chinese Coast Guard driving away Pinoy TV crew from Panatag Shoal Robredo calls on administration to stand for PH rights in West PH Sea Vice President Leni Robredo has denounced the blocking of a Filipino news crew’s interview with Filipino fishermen at Panatag Shoal, which the Chinese Coast Guard said needed “permission

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    • BISErbisyong LENI – Episode 81

      Posted in Transcripts on Nov 24, 2018

      ELY: Magandang umaga Pilipinas—Luzon, Visayas, at Mindanao! Isa na namang edisyon ng BISErbisyong LENI dito po sa RMN. At ngayong araw, mga kasama, ay mula tayo dito sa RMN DWNX 1611 Naga at siyempre napapakinggan po tayo diyan sa RMN DZXL558 Manila, gayon din po sa DYHP 612 Cebu, DXCC Cagayan de Oro at DXDC

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    • Technology for Inclusive Development

      Posted in Speeches on Nov 24, 2018

      Message at the 10th National ICT Confederation of the Philippines ICT Summit Avenue Plaza Hotel, Naga City Usec. Monchito Ibrahim of the Department of Information and Communications Technology; Mr. Tony del Carmen, President, National ICT Confederation of the Philippines, and the rest of the NICP Board; of course, my good friend, Mr. Danny de Leon, the

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    • Interview with Vice President Leni Robredo at the Laylayan Koalisyon – Camarines Norte Launch

      Posted in Transcripts on Nov 22, 2018

      Laylayan Koalisyon – Camarines Norte launch Daet, Camarines Norte REPORTER 1: Madam Vice President, sa pagbisita po ni Chinese President Xi Jinping noong nakaraang araw, mayroon pong halos 30 na kasunduan na pinirmahan, at may panawagan po iyong marami na i-disclose sa publiko iyong sinasabing joint gas and oil exploration. Ano po iyong take niyo

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    • Service Above Self

      Posted in Speeches on Nov 22, 2018

      Message at the Rotary Club of Makati West Lunch Meeting Tower Club, Philamlife Building, Paseo de Roxas, Makati City Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Kindly take your seats. [applause] Former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert Del Rosario; Rotary Club of Makati West [RCMW] President Lou Del Rosario; PRID [Past Rotary International Director] Guiller

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    • Open Forum at the Rotary Club Makati West Lunch Meeting

      Posted in Transcripts on Nov 21, 2018

      Philamlife Building, Makati City MODERATOR: We have a mic in the middle part of the room. If you have any questions,you may proceed to the mic. It would be nice if you can introduce yourself before asking your question. PP Ed Balois? Q #1: Madam Vice President… [technical difficulty] MODERATOR: It was purposely turned off,

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    • Statement of Vice President Leni Robredo calling on the administration to be transparent and uphold national interest in agreements with China

      Posted in Press Releases on Nov 21, 2018

      We call on the administration to be transparent with all the bilateral agreements signed yesterday with the People’s Republic of China. The Filipino people should be informed how deals—such as the Memorandum of Understanding on the Belt and Road Initiative, the Infrastructure Cooperation Program, and, most notably, the Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation on Oil

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