(If you agree and want to sign the statement, kindly email your complete name, place of origin, and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org.) We, democracy and freedom-loving Filipinos, fully stand by Isabela Governor Grace Padaca who we believe is the legitimate winner of the 2007 gubernatorial elections in the said province amid an unfair ruling by… Continue reading Public Statement Of Support For Governor Grace Padaca
The Commission on Elections has reportedly declared former Gov. Benjamin Dy as winner of the 2007 gubernatorial race in Isabela and ordered Gov. Grace Padaca to immediately vacate the provincial capitol. Comelec announced the decision on the recount petition days after it unseated Bulacan Gov. Joselito Mendoza. Both Padaca and Mendoza are members of the… Continue reading Gloria’s Post-Garci Comelec Unseats Padaca
We are reposting AGHAM’s urgent appeal for support for the victims of typhoon Pepeng in Cordillera and Central Luzon.
Corazon C. Aquino (1933-1999) “She was the only true queen our people have ever had, and she was queen because we knew she truly held our hearts in the greatness and the gentleness of her own.” – Catalino Arevalo, SJ Photo from RebelPixel.com
composite triple beat Priest-turned-governor Among Ed Panlilio of Pampanga is now considering running for president in 2010 with Isabela Gov. Grace Padaca as his running mate, says an Inquirer report. Both Panlilio and Padaca are non-trapos who defeated powerful politicians in their respective provinces. Panlilio and Padaca, with other reform-oriented public servants, have been practicing… Continue reading The Change that the Philippines Needs?
“I am not a traditional politician who likes to give promises and deadlines…” – President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, March 8, 2001 коли под наеммебели “President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo on Tuesday gave the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) 15 days to complete its investigation report on the capsizing of MV Princess of the Stars off Romblon at the… Continue reading Gloria’s Deadlines (2)
Ignacio Bunye ended his term as press secretary last June 16 with a rendition of his favorite song, “My Way.” But he left an unfinished business. In June 2005, Bunye “revealed” a supposed plot of the opposition to “destabilize” the Arroyo government. Here’s INQUIRER.net’s account: Preempting the political opposition, Bunye on June 6, 2005 played… Continue reading Bunye’s Unfinished Business