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    VP Leni calls on Pinoys: Remember lessons from EDSA, be vigilant vs. abuses

    Leading Commemoration in Naga

    VP Leni calls on Pinoys: Remember lessons from EDSA, be vigilant vs. abuses

    Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday called on Filipinos to live by the spirit of the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution, and stay vigilant against abuses that may threaten the country’s democracy.

    VP Leni was in her home city, Naga, for the 32nd anniversary of the bloodless revolution, where she joined local officials and residents in a concelebrated Mass presided by Archbishop Rolando Tirona of the Archdiocese of Caceres.

    “Ang pagdiriwang ng EDSA, hindi lang pagdiriwang ng nangyari 32 years ago, pero paggunita sa lahat na leksyon na napulot natin sa nangyari sa People Power Revolution. Pagpapaalala ito sa atin na ang kapangyarihan ay nasa kamay ng ordinaryong Pilipino. Pagpapaalala sa atin na kailangan natin na palaging magbantay,” she said in Bikol.

    “[H]indi tayo dapat magpabaya na manunbalik muli ang kadiliman na pinagdaanan natin dati. Iyan ang dahilan kung bakit ang EDSA dapat nasa puso natin araw-araw… kung bakit pinagdiriwang natin ito sa isang banal na Misa, para hindi natin makalimutan, para patuloy na mabuhay sa puso saka diwa ng bawat isa sa atin ang paalala na hindi dapat tayo pumayag na matapakan muli an dignidad ng bawat Pilipino,” she added.

    Aside from the celebration in Naga, Masses were also held in several areas of the country, including Pampanga, Pangasinan, Quezon Province, Romblon, Siargao, Iloilo, and Cebu.

    “Maraming mga lugar, at ito ay sinadya natin, na siguraduhin na iyong celebration ay hindi nakasentro sa Manila lamang, para ipahiwatig din iyong mensahe na iyong laban ng EDSA ay laban ng buong Pilipinas, laban ng bawat Pilipino,” she said.

    Posted in Press Releases on Feb 25, 2018