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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 7:02 am 
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"Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP; lit. Faction for Change) is a regional political party in the Philippines.[1] It was formed by Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte in 2018. The party was established in support of her father President Rodrigo Duterte's government.[2][3] In July 2018, the Philippine Commission on Elections granted the accreditation of Hugpong ng Pagbabago. In addition to the party's alignment with the Duterte administration, Sara Duterte said that she formed Hugpong ng Pagbabago "to pursue the ideals of what we all want, a strong region, a secure life for our constituents, good governance and effective leadership of the members of the party."[4]

The party will campaign for candidates for senator endorsed by the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte in the 2019 Philippine elections. Their plans to shift into a national party will depend on the success of their campaign to support pro-administration candidates in the elections.[5]"

Chairperson : Sara Duterte-Carpio, Mayor, Davao City
President : Claude Bautista, Governor, Davao Occidental
Vice President : Nelson Dayanghirang, Governor, Davao Oriental
Secretary-General : Anthony G. del Rosario, Governor, Davao del Norte
Treasurer : Jayvee Tyron Uy, Governor Compostela Valley


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 7:15 am 
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Para sa kaalaman ng nakararami, mayroon pang sub-groups ito..
Heto po:

* Hugpong ng Panggagago *
Senatorial candidates:
Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa
Bong Go
Koko Pimentel
Pia Cayetano
Sonny Angara
Jiggy Manicad
Atbp

* Hugpong ng Pandarambong *
Senatorial candidates:
Junggoy Estrada
Bong Hudas Revilla
Imee Marcos
Atbp


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 4:42 pm 
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Seven Sigma wrote:
Para sa kaalaman ng nakararami, mayroon pang sub-groups ito..
Heto po:

* Hugpong ng Panggagago *
Senatorial candidates:
Ronald "Bato" dela Rosa
Bong Go
Koko Pimentel
Pia Cayetano
Sonny Angara
Jiggy Manicad
Atbp

* Hugpong ng Pandarambong *
Senatorial candidates:
Junggoy Estrada
Bong Hudas Revilla
Imee Marcos
Atbp




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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 5:03 pm 
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Si Go at si Bato (Go-to :) ) pasok na yan.
Pero yung mga mandarambong, dyos ko naman mga kaDDS, tubuan sana kayo ng utak :(


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 15, 2019 6:47 am 
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FearNoEvil wrote:
Si Go at si Bato (Go-to :) ) pasok na yan.
Pero yung mga mandarambong, dyos ko naman mga kaDDS, tubuan sana kayo ng utak :(



Malamang. Dahil napakaraming nagpapakagago pa rin. Parang yon lang mga kuhol dito sa forum.
Iyon mga boboto sa mga beteranong mandarambong, wala na, hopeless case na, utak-linta na talaga mga yon.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 15, 2019 7:02 am 
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Presidential apo Rigo Duterte wants zero vote for Revilla, Estrada, Enrile

The son of Paolo Duterte shared a poster urging the Filipinos not to vote for these three candidates.

Second eldest Presidential grandson Rodrigo “Rigo” Duterte II recently shared a poster saying not to make the same mistakes, and not vote for Revilla, Estrada and Enrile on the upcoming senatorial elections. On his Facebook, the son of Paolo Duterte shared the post, which shows the hashtag, #ZeroVotePlunderers.

“Huwag nap o natin iboboto ulit ang mga ito!”, the poster, originally shared by a certain LA Shi, read.

Rigo, the son of Paolo Duterte with his former wife Lovelie Sangkola, has been an avid supporter of his lolo and the Duterte administration.

https://mindanao.politics.com.ph/presid ... da-enrile/



Wow, mukhang medyo naiba dna nito ah. At least me konsyensya. Nakakabilib

Salute you, sir Rigo!


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 15, 2019 12:15 pm 
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Mayroon na palang ginagawa na official logo ang Otso deretso nakita ko sa FB

Otso( dalawang bayag ) Deretso (titi ) paki drawing :biglaugh: :biglaugh: :biglaugh:

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2019 2:46 pm 
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dan44 wrote:
Mayroon na palang ginagawa na official logo ang Otso deretso nakita ko sa FB

Otso( dalawang bayag ) Deretso (titi ) paki drawing :biglaugh: :biglaugh: :biglaugh:


Ah ganon ba..
Natuwa ka naman, kinilig at naglaway, manay?


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2019 2:48 pm 
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Duterte excludes Jinggoy, Bong Revilla from senatorial lineup
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Posted at Feb 16 2019 01:24 AM

President Duterte excludes from his senatorial lineup Jinggoy Estrada and Ramon 'Bong' Revilla, Jr., both actors and former senators linked to the multibillion-peso 'pork barrel' fund scam. But Duterte endorsed Estrada's half brother JV Ejercito along with 10 other candidates running or allied with the PDP-Laban party. Joyce Balancio has tonight's top story. ANC, The World Tonight, February 15, 2019

https://news.abs-cbn.com/video/news/02/ ... ial-lineup


Potek, marunong din mahiya sa apo nya yon matandang fentanyl adik lol


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2019 2:50 pm 
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March 30, 2016, Duterte vow 'return' of coco levy fund in 1st 100 days. "'Pag ako'y nahalal na presidente, ipagpala ng Diyos, ibabalik ko sa inyo 'yung coco levy." "I will force the issue w/ Congress."

After 960 days, on Feb 15, 2019, Duterte vetoes coco levy fund bill!
He rejects bill to strengthen farmer's representation in the PCA's board. He rejects bill creating a P100B trust fund for the benefit of some 3.5 million coconut farmers. He approves rice tariffication bill that surely will affect local farmers!

Galawang TRAPO.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2019 6:46 am 
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Seven Sigma wrote:
Presidential apo Rigo Duterte wants zero vote for Revilla, Estrada, Enrile

The son of Paolo Duterte shared a poster urging the Filipinos not to vote for these three candidates.

Second eldest Presidential grandson Rodrigo “Rigo” Duterte II recently shared a poster saying not to make the same mistakes, and not vote for Revilla, Estrada and Enrile on the upcoming senatorial elections. On his Facebook, the son of Paolo Duterte shared the post, which shows the hashtag, #ZeroVotePlunderers.

“Huwag nap o natin iboboto ulit ang mga ito!”, the poster, originally shared by a certain LA Shi, read.

Rigo, the son of Paolo Duterte with his former wife Lovelie Sangkola, has been an avid supporter of his lolo and the Duterte administration.

https://mindanao.politics.com.ph/presid ... da-enrile/



Wow, mukhang medyo naiba dna nito ah. At least me konsyensya. Nakakabilib

Salute you, sir Rigo!



Yon tita Inday nya tila sobrang kapal ng pagmumukha at matindi ang sikmura, biruin nyo naman nasisikmurang pa yon dalawang big time plunderer at mga dating bobo sa senado. Tsk Tsk


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2019 7:06 am 
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#Desisyon2019
Sabi ni BoGo (Bobo na Gag o): "Ano ba 'yung "green", 'di ba "GO"? Eh 'di pati traffic lights, ipatanggal n'yo na."

Daming milyones ang nakulimbat neto dahil sa amo nya at itinatapon ngayon eleksyon yon iba.
Ano haharap na ba 'to sa DEBATE?
Halatang utak-linta lang din ih, panay ang TAGO sa mga debate at forums.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2019 11:33 am 
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Political ads of top spenders worth more than their declared wealth
Ralf Rivas
Published 7:17 PM, February 13, 2019


Former special assistant to the President Bong Go spends a whopping P422 million for his senatorial bid. The mystery? His net worth as of 2017 is only P12.85 million.

TOP SPENDERS. Bong Go, Imee Marcos, and Mar Roxas are the top spenders during the pre-campaign period. Marcos' photo by Darren Langit/Rappler, Go's photo by Rappler, Roxas' photo from his official Facebook page

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ) tracked senatorial candidates’ spending on political advertisements and found something odd: the top spenders’ expenses exceeded their net worth.

PCIJ compared each candidates’ net worth, as declared in their Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN), to the ad placement data of Nielsen Media.

Former special assistant to the president Bong Go, who is running under the Hugpong ng Pagbabago-Partido Demokratikong Pilipino (HNP-PDP-LABAN) banner, spent P422 million.

However, his net worth is only P12.85 million. Go’s cash on hand or in bank is only at P3.9 million as of December 2017. (READ: Bong Go: Don’t vote for me if I used gov’t resources for Senate bid)

His expenses gave him at least 1,016 ad spots or 29,940 seconds of airtime exposure. Moreover, nearly 1 in every 3 ads that aired on TV channels last January featured Go.

“Put another way, he bought political ads 32.9 times in value compared to his total personal wealth. Minus all that he owns, PhP409.6 million was the unfunded balance of his ad buys that Go might have paid using money from either public or private sources,” the PCIJ said.)

Meanwhile, Imee Marcos spent a total of P413 million for ads from January 2018 to January 2019, but has only a net worth of P24 million.

Her expenses for ads surpass her net worth by 1,687%.

More candidates w/ net worth less than their adspend - Angara, Tolentino, Poe, Alejano, Pimentel. Candidates w/ net worth bigger than their adspend, as of Jan 2019 - Villar, Mangudadatu, Enrile, Estrada, Revilla, Cayetano, Ejercito, Binay https://t.co/scwgz57AGw @2019pollwatch pic.twitter.com/O0pugFTraR
— PCIJ (@PCIJdotOrg) February 13, 2019

The other Hugpong candidates who have also incurred pre-campaign ads are re-electionist senators Cynthia Villar, Joseph Victor "JV’" Estrada Ejercito, Juan Edgardo "Sonny" Angara," and Aquilino "Koko" Pimentel III; former senators Jose "Jinggoy" Estrada, Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr, and Pia Cayetano (currently 2nd district representative of Taguig City-Pateros); Maguindanao 2nd District Representative Zajid Mangudadatu, former Duterte adviser Francis Tolentino, and former TV journalist Jiggy Manicad.

The 4th placer among the big ad buyers was Harry Roque. He quit the Senate race last February 1 reportedly for health reasons.

Roque spent a total of P174 million for ads or P75.1 million more than his declared net worth of P98.87 million.

HNP-PDP-LABAN spent a total of P1.32 billion in the last 13 months.

Ocho-Diretso

The oppositon Otso-Direcho, led by the Liberal Party, had no ads at all in 2018 and bought only TV ad spots last January 2019. (READ: Can Otso Diretso do a repeat of Robredo’s 2016 victory?)

The slate spent a total of P132 million for the spots.

Former interior and local government secretary Mar Roxas ranked 3rd in ad spending at P401 million.

Roxas bought 570 TV ad spots lasting 16,125 seconds.

Otso Diretso! slate: No ads at all in 2018 but last month, it bought 107 TV ad spots that ran for a total of 2,910 seconds on ABS-CBN and GMA-7 Network. Its adspend bill: PhP132,256,000 https://t.co/scwgz57AGw @2019pollwatch pic.twitter.com/JGiV6O3GEx
— PCIJ (@PCIJdotOrg) February 13, 2019

Meanwhile, re-electionist Senator Bam Aquino ranked 6th with P136 million.

By their latest available SALN, Roxas and Aquino are also in deficit spending, in terms of their pre-campaign ad buys.

In his 2014 SALN, Roxas declared a net worth of P202 million, which means he splurged on ads 198% more than all that he declared he owns.

On the other hand, Aquino’s net worth as of December 2017 is at P39,192,743.62, but spent thrice more or PhP136,490,982 on pre-campaign ads until last month.

Magdalo Party-list Representative Gary Alejano (10th among the top adspenders) and election lawyer Romy Macalintal who incurred ad buys of P76 million and P5 million respectively in January 2019.

Independents

Five other candidates running under other political parties or as independents had a combined

ad spending of P216 million January 2018 to January 2019.

They are re-electionist Senator Grace Poe (P99 million), returning senator Juan Ponce Enrile (P72 million), re-electionist Senator Nancy Binay (P37 million), Rafael Alunan (P5 million), and Neri Colmenares (P2 million).

Alejano, Tolentino, and re-electionists Poe, Ejercito, and Pimentel have all spent more on pre-campaign ads than the net worth they declared in their latest SALNs.

Candidates of Hugpong ng Pagbabago-PDP-LABAN and Duterte had a combined adspend of P1.32 B in the last 13 months. Nearly 1/3 of this or P422M for Bong Go ads; another P413M for Imee Marcos ads https://t.co/scwgz57AGw @2019pollwatch pic.twitter.com/L188XrxjEC
— PCIJ (@PCIJdotOrg) February 13, 2019

According to former Commission on Elections (Comelec) commissioner Christian Robert Lim, candidates need to explain the discrepancies.

“The fact that the net worth of these candidates could not support the costs of [their] adspend necessarily gives rise to the presumption that either the candidate has hidden wealth or that these were donated to the candidate while in public office,” Lim said.

Lim added that under the revised penal code, it is a criminal offense to receive gifts by reason of their office and is considered as indirect bribery.

Moreover, under election laws, expenses before the official campaign period cannot be counted as campaign expenses as candidacies of politicians were not yet official.

However, the PCIJ said candidates may still be penalized under anti-graft and anti-corruption laws. – Rappler.com




Petmalu talaga 'tong BongaGO sa kurakutan, parang magickero. Mukhang di gagawa ng matino ih


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2019 11:38 am 
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Mga typical DDS: Pnoy, Mar nasaan ang Yolanda funds? Ginamit nyo sa kampanya?

Mga tiga Tacloban: Duterte nasaan na ang pera ng Yolanda na inindorso sayo ni Pnoy? Bakit mo dadalhin sa Marawi? O ginagastos mo na sa kampanya ni BongGoLoid?


FACTS!




Bwaahahahaha!


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2019 1:59 pm 
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hugpong pangagago


parang yung ts lang


ang g@go

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