National Issues

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Are You a Filipino? – Part 2

A voter’s responsibility did not begin nor end yesterday, May 14. So where have I been lately? True to my words, I did try to protect the votes of the Filipino people. I served with PPCRV at my parents’ precinct in Batangas. And I went (with Kalinagan’s Interim Secretary-General, John Joshua Duldulao) at the City … Continue reading

Are you a Filipino?

When asked what is democracy, we often say that it is the government of the people, by the people and for the people. The question is, who are the people? Does it include me? You? What do you think? Where is the power? Democracy is characterized by the people’s rights and responsibilities. And the real … Continue reading

Update on Reming

(8th UPDATE) ‘Reming’ ravages AlbayHeavy rain from supertyphoon Reming (international codename Durian) caused mudslides that smothered dozens of villages in Albay province Friday, killing 388 according to the Red Cross.The rain mixed with volcanic ash on the slopes of the Mayon volcano, located some 350 kilometers (217 miles) southeast of Manila, creating a thick brown … Continue reading

these children are our future

National Situation: * Infant mortality rate is pegged at 42.73 per 1,000 live births * 28% of children under age 5 are severely and moderately underweight based on international standards * 49% of the total population of infants and 26% of the total population of children with ages ranging from 1 – 6 years old … Continue reading

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