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Hayaan lang muna gawan ng paraan ang malalim na ugat ng corruption sa BOC. Mabuti na yan kesa walang ginagawang drastic moves. :biglaugh:

Ilang presidente na nagdaan walang nagawa diyan dahil madaming nakikinabang. Yung mga puna ng puna na wala naman mabigay na solusyon kahit nung panahon nila eh umiepal lang mga yun. :lol: :lol: :lol:




boooom panot! brad :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Nung panahon nila walang ginawa tapos ngayon eh rerekla reklamo. Meron din yan dito brad mangilan ngilan. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Philippines, China set to sign P175 billion railway loan deal

Pia Lee-Brago (The Philippine Star) - November 6, 2018 - 12:00am


MANILA, Philippines — President Duterte and Chinese President Xi Jinping are set to sign this month the P175-billion Philippine National Railways (PNR) South Railways project, a 639-kilometer standard gauge railway line between Manila and Bicol.

The project, a component of the PNR Luzon System program, is among the big-ticket infrastructure projects to be funded under an Official Development Assistance (ODA) agreement, a Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) official who asked not to be identified said yesterday.

The official said Xi’s visit will take place after the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit from Nov. 12 to 18 in Papua New Guinea.

Albay Rep. Joey Salceda, the project’s original proponent, said the modern railway project would be a major backbone of economic development in Southern Tagalog and Bicol with spillover benefits to other regions of the country.

“The PNR South Railways project, which we have tediously designed as a key that will unlock the economic potentials of the vast Southern Tagalog and Bicol areas, is now finally coming to realization,” Salceda said.

Once completed, the project will enhance the connectivity between major airports and seaports in Southern Tagalog and the Bicol regions and as well as serve untapped areas along the route, he said.

The PNR South Railway segment is expected to cut Manila-Legazpi travel down to less than five hours. It runs from Manila to Matnog in Sorsogon with nine major stations – Manila, Los Baños, Batangas City, Lucena, Gumaca, Naga City, Legazpi City, Sorsogon City and Matnog.

Its construction is set to start in the second quarter of 2019 and will be partially operational by the second quarter of 2022.

The DFA said the project forms part of the massive “Build, Build, Build” infrastructure program of the Duterte administration.

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Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange seen to ease metro traffic woes
Alexis Romero (The Philippine Star) - November 6, 2018 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — President Duterte yesterday led the inauguration of the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX), as he expressed hope that the project would ease traffic woes in Metro Manila.

Duterte said the project – the first integrated and multi-modal terminal in southwest Metro Manila, is one of the intermodal terminals to be developed by the government in cooperation with the private sector.

Dubbed as the country’s first “landport,” PITX is a flagship project under the transportation department in partnership with MWM Terminals Inc., a subsidiary of engineering and infrastructure conglomerate Megawide.

“This will offer passengers a safer, state-of-the-art and convenient terminal experience that will hopefully contribute to addressing traffic congestion in Metro Manila,” the President said.

“This will help ease traffic by limiting provincial buses plying Metro Manila roads, specifically along Roxas Boulevard and the EDSA-Taft Avenue area,” he added.

The terminal will also serve as a transfer point between the provincial buses from Cavite, western Batangas and other in-city modes of transportation, according to the Chief Executive.

Duterte asked the Department of Transportation and MWM Terminals to implement the necessary measures to ensure that all vehicles that will use PITX are roadworthy, have proper documents and are compliant with environmental laws.

“With the Build Build Build program in full swing, I assure our people that the government is exerting all efforts to construct the necessary infrastructure that would sustain our country’s continued development,” the President said.

The PITX has a maximum daily capacity of 100,000 passengers and has departure and arrival bays for buses, jeepneys and taxis. It will also implement a bus reservation and online booking system and provide passengers with multiple modes of transport in one easy-to-navigate facility.

“Together, let us work hard to lay down the physical foundations of a more progressive and prosperous nation so that our countrymen will enjoy at the very least not a rich life, not even a bar lower than that, but at least – most of them are poor – but we can assure them of a comfortable, just a comfortable life,” Duterte said.

Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade had assured Duterte that the project is free of corruption, according to the Chief Executive. He revealed that somebody offered to donate campaign funds to him in 2016 but he refused to accept them.

“Tales can be weaved around a certain contract or the winning contractor... I did not accept their offer. I said, ‘It’s OK, maybe, with a shoestring budget, I can make it.’ Just to clarify everything. So, I am impressed, I am proud that they were able to build a good structure. And it will serve the Filipino and that is what’s very important to me,” the President said.

It was not clear, however, if Duterte was referring to MWM Terminals when he was talking about the party that offered to donate money to his campaign.

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Drug board welcomes signing of EO vs illegal drugs
Romina Cabrera (The Philippine Star) - November 6, 2018 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — The Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) lauded President Duterte’s signing of the executive order that institutionalizes the Philippine Anti-Illegal Drugs Strategy (PADS).

DDB chairman Catalino Cuy said the PADS would be the direction and foundation for the administration’s centerpiece campaign against illegal drugs.

EO 66 was signed by the President last Oct. 29 that directed all government agencies to implement the PADS in accordance with their respective mandates.

“It is our fervent hope that PADS will lay down the foundation of creating drug-free communities, considering that our commitment extends beyond 2022. EO 66 is an essential tool in gaining advantage and positive breakthrough in addressing the drug problem that besets our society,” Cuy said in a statement.

All government departments and agencies, as well as local government units, were directed to submit to the DDB, the lead implementing agency, their operational plans in relation to the PADS.

The order also mandated the formulation and adoption of a Drug-Free Workplace Program and Authorized Drug Testing for both public and private sectors.

Local government units were also ordered to strengthen their anti-drug abuse councils, work in partnership with the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency and the Philippine National Police (PNP) in implementing PADS.

A nationwide survey to determine drug abuse prevalence shall also be conducted every three years.

PADS outlines the anti-illegal drug efforts and strategy of the administration anchored on a needs-based and evidence-based approach with the goal of having drug-free communities by 2022.

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mapalaganap lalo ang droga hahahahahahahahhaha :lol: :lol:


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hoi! Gamby Madrigal este Jobert Sucaldito ay! este! Gamby Sucaldito..

gusto mo ng selyado ng tatak 32 years?



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hoi! Gamby Madrigal este Jobert Sucaldito ay! este! Gamby Sucaldito..

gusto mo ng selyado ng tatak 32 years?



:lol: :lol: :lol:

shhhhh wag ka magulo hahahahahahahah :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Duterte renews franchises of Manila Broadcasting Company, two other networks

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President Rodrigo Duterte has renewed the franchises of Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC) and two other networks for another 25 years.

Duterte signed on October 30 Republic Act 11109 renewing the franchise of Elizalde-led MBC, which operates radio stations including dzRH, Love Radio and Easy Rock.

The President also approved the franchise renewal of Bright Star Broadcasting Network Corp. (RA 11110) and Vanguard Radio Network Company Inc., (RA 11111).

Bright Star operates Like FM 105.9 which plays a mix of retro pop, dance, hip-hop, rap, R&B, new wave, and soul music.

Established in 1961, Vanguard Radio operates broadcast stations in Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija, Baguio City, La Union, Solano, Nueva Vizcaya, Cauayan, Isabela, Tuguegarao City, and Tagbiliran City.

Copies of the laws were released by Malacañang to the media on Thursday. —Virgil Lopez/VDS



wag kang mag alala ABS, malapit na din yung sa inyo :)
















Duterte threatens to block ABS-CBN franchise anew

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President Rodrigo Duterte brought up his grievance anew against broadcast network ABS-CBN and threatened to oppose the renewal of its franchise.

"I said they have committed so many frauds. They have to answer for it. If they cannot explain to me why they should not be given an extension [or] how not to run an outfit. I said I’m going to oppose it," Duterte told reporters in Boracay island Thursday night.

He visited the newly-reopened resort island to distribute Certificates of Land Ownership Award (CLOA) to agrarian reform beneficiaries.

ABS-CBN's franchise will expire in 2020. A bill is pending in Congress for its renewal.

Duterte's gripe against the network had to do with political advertisements during the 2016 election campaign which he said were paid for but did not air.

He claimed that Senator Francis Escudero also fell victim to the same scheme.

The President said ABS-CBN had offered to return his payment but he rejected it because it was done "too late after the election."

"One thing is that, you know, when you do that to many people it’s fraud. You’re actually a fraud if you receive the money and you don’t come up with your part of the bargain," he said.

On several occasions in the past, Duterte has raised the issue and said that if he had his way, he would not hand the franchise renewal to ABS-CBN. — LDF


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Duterte wishes Xi ‘success’; China's leader wants PHL prosperity



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President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday night hosted a state banquet for China's President Xi Jinping, who was on his first state visit to the Philippines since he took power in 2013.

Accompanied by his common-law wife Honeylet Avanceña, Duterte offered a toast to Xi, who, in turn, considered his Filipino counterpart a friend.

"My friends, may I invite you to raise your glasses: to the good health and continued success of President Xi Jinping; to the seeds of friendship and cooperation we plant here today," Duterte said during the dinner held in Malacañang.

"To the legacy of peace and prosperity that the succeeding generations will reap as a result of the improved relations between the Republic of the Philippines and the People’s Republic of China."

Xi, for his part, wished for the "prosperity and well-being of the Republic of the Philippines, to the lasting friendship between us and to the health" of Duterte and Avanceña.

He also commended Duterte for "taking on" Jose Rizal’s "mantle and for his commitment to an independent Philippines."

Before his engagements in the presidential palace, Xi laid a wreath at the monument of the Philippines' national hero at the Rizal Park in Manila. Rizal's ancestors were from Jinjiang City in Fujian province, where the Chinese president once served as governor.

"Jose Rizal is not only the father of this nation but also a symbol of fraternal relations between the Philippines and China," said Xi.

Since he assumed the presidency in 2016, Duterte has made friendly overtures to China and even confessed his “love” for Xi during a press conference before leaving for China to attend last April's Boao Forum for Asia.

Duterte’s decision to temporarily set aside the country's arbitration victory on the South China Sea dispute has led to a marked improvement in Manila’s relations with Beijing but angered critics that accused him of kowtowing to China.

"In the past two years, we were able to hurdle these challenges by resuming bilateral dialogue and deepening our relations through positive engagement," Duterte said.

The President added that he and Xi were "committed to forge a new legacy of friendship and cooperation as we work together in further consolidating ties with our both nations."

"I am hopeful that through our cooperation, opportunities for greater collaboration will further promote the prosperity and success of our nations, and contribute to lasting peace and stability in the region," the Philippine president declared.

Duterte, Xi and the guests feasted on assorted specialty bread rolls and butter, appetizers such as deep-fried prawns with special dressing served with Guimaras mangoes and pineapple, duck salakot with plum sauce and century egg slices, and crunchy suckling pig with pancake and hoisin sauce, as well as abalone soup with malunggay.

They were also served with black cod with Chinese sauce and beef tenderloin, taro gnocchi, broccoli and kalabase purée.

Taho ice cream with tapioca pearls, bukayo and burquillos, kapeng barako and chrysanthemum tea served with pastillas were also on the state banquet's menu card. — DVM

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Sakses talaga brad ang pagpapaiyak sa mga 32 years. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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sakses na sakses brad ! :biglaugh:

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Asan na kaya yung mga poreynger na galit na galit sa China. :whistle: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Asan na kaya yung mga poreynger na galit na galit sa China. :whistle: :lol: :lol: :lol:



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ok tuloy tuloy niyo lang ang iyakan mapa-senador o mapa-Paclander na mga Delawan wahahahahaha :lol:


Palace: China's so-called draft oil exploration deal needs PHL review

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Malacañang said Tuesday any draft on the proposed joint exploration deal in the South China Sea will have to go through a review by the Philippines after two senators claimed a framework agreement has been prepared by China.

“It doesn’t matter who drafted it. As far as we’re concerned, you give us a draft then we will go over it. We have to see whether this is legal or not; whether it’s beneficial to us or not,” presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said in a press briefing.

Asked if the Philippines was agreeable with China dictating the contents of the deal, Panelo said: “No. I said even if China drafts it, it has to go over us; we have to review that.”

“In the same manner that if we draft it, it will have to pass through them, too,” he added.

On Monday, Senators Antonio Trillanes IV and Francis Pangilinan filed Senate Resolution 943, calling on the administration to release the “definitive draft” of the oil and gas agreement with China and warned against signing what China allegedly prepared because the Philippines “will lose its exclusive sovereign rights over its natural resources.”

The exploration deal in the South China Sea could be among the documents lined up for signing during the state visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III said on Sunday.

The Palace earlier said it respects the Senate’s mandate to conduct an inquiry “in aid of legislation” into the potential deal on oil and gas exploration with China in the disputed waters. —LDF


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ang maging sunod sunuran kay winnie the ping :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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