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Pangilinan calls for people to ’come together’ in wake of SEC ruling on Rappler
Sens. Bam Aquino and Antonio Trillanes IV also join voices condemning SEC decision the revoke the license of the online news portal

By: Maila Ager - Reporter / @MAgerINQ INQUIRER.net / 05:48 PM January 15, 2018


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Sen. Francis Pangilinan, president of Liberal Party (LP), called for solidarity on Monday following the Security and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) order to shut down online news outfit, Rappler.

“Today, one of the most prominent voices for truth-telling and journalistic integrity – the news portal Rappler – has been stripped of its SEC registration, effectively revoking their license to operate in the country,” Pangilinan said in a statement.

“This, and other recent developments, have only made it more evident how important it is for people to have a way to come together. In a time of fear, of relentless attacks on our institutions, the abuse of power, and the feeling of helplessness that this breeds – we seek solidarity,” he said.

Realizing this over the past few months, Pangilinan said the LP has opened up its membership beyond the usual political sectors – students, the academe, and other basic sectors.

“We remain committed to this effort,” he said. “Our recruitment portal is now online at http://partidoliberal.ph; if you wish to stand with us; if you think that defending our freedoms requires a real, organized, strategic effort, one that values every individual’s contribution, then we invite you to join us.”

“Our party leaders are likewise determined to speak out; over the next few days, you will hear more from us, and we ask that you spread the message: We stand with Rappler and all other truth-tellers. We stand for freedom – the very essence of liberalism,” he added. “We offer a platform where we can come together and determine what we can do to rise to the challenges to our freedoms and our constitutional democracy. We are here.”

In a separate statement, Sen. Bam Aquino said Rappler’s closure “is a win for fake news, and a loss for dissenting voices and free speech.”

Aquino, an LP member, and Pangilinan, are members of the minority bloc in the Senate.

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, also a minority member, strongly condemned the revocation of Rappler’s registration, saying it was a “clear attempt” by President Rodrigo Duterte to “muzzle the few remaining independent media outfits in the country.”

“It would also send a chilling message to other media entities to force them to tow the administration’s propaganda lines,” Trillanes said in a separate statement.. “It is time for the different media groups to close ranks and fight for their constitutionally enshrined freedom of the press.” /atm



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 8:53 am 
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Pangilinan calls for people to ’come together’ in wake of SEC ruling on Rappler
Sens. Bam Aquino and Antonio Trillanes IV also join voices condemning SEC decision the revoke the license of the online news portal

By: Maila Ager - Reporter / @MAgerINQ INQUIRER.net / 05:48 PM January 15, 2018


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Sen. Francis Pangilinan, president of Liberal Party (LP), called for solidarity on Monday following the Security and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) order to shut down online news outfit, Rappler.

“Today, one of the most prominent voices for truth-telling and journalistic integrity – the news portal Rappler – has been stripped of its SEC registration, effectively revoking their license to operate in the country,” Pangilinan said in a statement.

“This, and other recent developments, have only made it more evident how important it is for people to have a way to come together. In a time of fear, of relentless attacks on our institutions, the abuse of power, and the feeling of helplessness that this breeds – we seek solidarity,” he said.

Realizing this over the past few months, Pangilinan said the LP has opened up its membership beyond the usual political sectors – students, the academe, and other basic sectors.

“We remain committed to this effort,” he said. “Our recruitment portal is now online at http://partidoliberal.ph; if you wish to stand with us; if you think that defending our freedoms requires a real, organized, strategic effort, one that values every individual’s contribution, then we invite you to join us.”

“Our party leaders are likewise determined to speak out; over the next few days, you will hear more from us, and we ask that you spread the message: We stand with Rappler and all other truth-tellers. We stand for freedom – the very essence of liberalism,” he added. “We offer a platform where we can come together and determine what we can do to rise to the challenges to our freedoms and our constitutional democracy. We are here.”

In a separate statement, Sen. Bam Aquino said Rappler’s closure “is a win for fake news, and a loss for dissenting voices and free speech.”

Aquino, an LP member, and Pangilinan, are members of the minority bloc in the Senate.

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, also a minority member, strongly condemned the revocation of Rappler’s registration, saying it was a “clear attempt” by President Rodrigo Duterte to “muzzle the few remaining independent media outfits in the country.”

“It would also send a chilling message to other media entities to force them to tow the administration’s propaganda lines,” Trillanes said in a separate statement.. “It is time for the different media groups to close ranks and fight for their constitutionally enshrined freedom of the press.” /atm



http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/960493/sec ... -trillanes




translation:

Eyebags tries to hoodwink again the small people to mindlessly fight for rich people's interests in wake of SEC ruling on Rappler

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 8:55 am 
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paiyak na din nga pala :shock:

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Robredo camp: Badoy’s appointment reflects kind of work at PCOO
By: Julliane Love De Jesus - Reporter / @JLDejesusINQ INQUIRER.net / 11:04 AM January 31, 2018


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The camp of Vice President Leni Robredo hit back at Communications Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy after the latter tagged Robredo as “one of the primary purveyors of fake news” when she allegedly painted “a gloomy picture” of the country before an international audience regarding extrajudicial killings.

Atty. Barry Gutierrez, legal adviser of Robredo, said with the appointment of Badoy at the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO), the public can visualize what kind of work is going on at the Palace communications department.

“That this person is now in Presidential Communications Operations Office, though, is a very clear indicator of the kind of work it focuses on these days,” Gutierrez said in a statement on Wednesday.

During the hearing of the Senate committee on public information and mass media on Tuesday, Badoy branded Robredo as a fake news purveyor and that President Rodrigo Duterte was a “bigger victim” of it than the vice president.

Gutierrez also said Badoy is not a credible person to talk about “fake news.”

“If this is the Lorraine Badoy who insisted that a high school class project was an ‘LP publication,’ and, when corrected, refused to accept her mistake and tried to bully Jillian Robredo and her high school classmates, then I hardly think she is the most credible person to talk about ‘fake news,’” Gutierrez said.

Gutierrez was referring to Badoy’s viral Facebook post last December 2016 when she mistook the younger Robredo’s school project as an official Liberal Party magazine.

Jillian’s groupmates later came in to her defense and corrected Badoy through a Facebook comment on the Palace official’s post. /jpv



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 1:29 pm 
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Pahiram pubri. :biglaugh:

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 11:50 am 
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Cops block protesters on way to Cebu camp to be visited by Duterte
By: Nestle L. Semilla - @inquirerdotnet Cebu Daily News / 06:09 PM February 12, 2018

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Anti-riot police block the path of a handful of activists on Osmeña Boulevard in Cebu City. The group planned to welcome President Rodrigo Duterte in his visit to Cebu on Monday afternoon with a protest rally. (Photo by TONEE DESPOJO / Cebu Daily News)


CEBU CITY — At least 100 members of the militant group Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) tried at about 11 a.m. on Monday to get near the gates of Camp Sergio Osmeña, headquarters of the Police Regional Office in Central Visayas (PRO 7), where President Rodrigo Duterte was scheduled to turn over 20 sports utility vehicles (SUVs) in the afternoon.

But on Osmeña Boulevard, about 50 meters away from the camp, they were blocked by at least 30 police officers clad in full anti-riot gear from Civil Disturbance Management (CDM).

The police formed a human barricade and occupied the entire northbound lane of the boulevard.

The protesters – led by Jaime Paglinawan, Bayan Central Visayas chair – tried to break through the barricade, but the officers refused to let them pass.

Shoving and pushing between the two groups lasted for about 30 minutes.

One female protester screamed at the police officers, telling them not to forget that their salaries came from the taxes of the protesters.

“Kana inyong gisul-ot inyong sweldo ug inyong gipangkuptan gikan na sa among buwis! Unya inyo ming pugngan?” she said.

[Whatever you’re wearing now, your salaries, came from our taxes. Yet, you would not let us through.]

In the end, the police overpowere the protesters, pushing them back to the Government Service Insurance System building, about 20 meters from the police camp.

The group decided to disperse after realizing that there was no way for them to get near Camp Sergio Osmeña.

Paglinawan condemned the move of the police, which he said, should have exercised maximum tolerance.

“Wala man silay igong rason nganong dili mi nila paagihon. Igo rami mo agi padulong sa Fuente Circle. Wala mi gikuptan bisag usa nga makapasakit o makahatag og kagubot,” he said.

[They had no reason not to let us pass. We were just heading to Fuente Osmeña Circle. We were not carrying any weapon.]

But Supt. Arnel Libed, chie of the Regional Public Safety Battalion in Central Visayas, (RPSB 7), said they could not allow the Bayan members to get near PRO 7 headquarters for security reasons. /atm



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Hanggang ngayon umiiyak pa rin mga Yellowtards. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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