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PostPosted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 7:29 pm 
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Makiki iyak muna ako... malapit na new year... ilang taon nlang ba ang iyakan?


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 12:19 am 
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Duterte’s higher net satisfaction ratings ‘thought-provoking’—De Lima
By: Pathricia Ann V. Roxas - Reporter / @PathRoxasINQ INQUIRER.net / 12:39 PM January 03, 2018

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President Rodrigo Duterte and Sen. Leila de Lima. INQUIRER FILE PHOTOS

“Intriguing and thought-provoking.”

This was how Senator Leila de Lima viewed the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey which showed an increase in the satisfaction rating of President Rodrigo Duterte on the fourth quarter of 2017.

De Lima pointed out that the survey resulted to a satisfaction increase among the A and B social classes. But the survey also showed that the satisfaction rating increased across all classes.“To be completely honest, I cannot fathom the reasons why the ultra rich – which I presume accounts for perhaps the best educated and informed members of society – would find satisfaction in what is happening in our country lately,” De Lima said in a statement on Wednesday.

The detained senator noted “creeping martial and authoritarian rule, peace and order situation, war on drugs, rampant corruption, and traffic situation” as some of the current conditions of the country under Duterte’s administration.

“Why would the ABs stand for these?” the lawmaker asked.

“Perhaps they are satisfied with what’s going on because they are not adversely affected by the stuff that are happening to our less fortunate brothers and sisters,” she said. “Perhaps they are satisfied because they are, in fact, profiting from the situation.”

According to the survey, Duterte’s net satisfaction ratings bounced back by 10 points to 58 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017.

SWS said 71 percent of adult Filipinos were satisfied with Duterte’s performance, 13 percent were dissatisfied while 15 percent were undecided.

The survey, which was conducted among 1,200 adults nationwide, had a margin of error of ±3% nationwide, ±4% for Luzon, and ±6% each for Metro Manila, Visayas and Mindanao. /je



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:28 am 
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Ilang percent na nga lang nabawasan pa. :biglaugh:


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:45 am 
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Malamang limited lang nababasa o napapanood ni delimaw na news. Side lang nila pinanonood niya kaya clueless siya. :D

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 2:22 pm 
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Hay naku.. di nyo talaga ma dumihan ang Tae..!


sabi nyo DuTae di ba?

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Sen. Leila De Lima on Friday told reporters her wish for President Rodrigo Duterte this 2018: his resignation. Combination Photo, File


De Lima's wish for Duterte this 2018: His resignation
Audrey Morallo (philstar.com) - January 5, 2018 - 5:10pm


MANILA, Philippines — If Sen. Leila de Lima has a wish this new year, it is for President Rodrigo Duterte, one of her staunchest political opponents, to step down from power this 2018.

Attending a hearing for a disobedience to summons case before Branch 34 of the Quezon City Metropolitan Trial Court, De Lima said that the new year would not be happy for Filipinos because of the plans of the administration to change the 1987 Constitution and impose constitutional authoritarianism.

"Well I just want to greet him a happy new year but just like what I said in my dispatch the other day 2018 it seems will not be a happy new year for us because of their plans to change the Constitution and to impose a constitutional authoritarianism," De Lima, who was flanked by her police escorts, told reporters.

"So I don't know what will be happy this year. Maybe if he resigns I will be happy," said De Lima, who is currently detained at Camp Crame because of drug-related charges which she described as concocted by the administration to get back at her for her investigations into allegations that Duterte abetted the commission of extrajudicial killings when he was Davao City mayor and now that he is already the chief executive.
As a response, Malacañang said that De Lima would be disappointed if this was her wish.

"She will be very sad then," presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said in a text message to Philstar.com.

On Tuesday, the opposition senator warned that an authoritarian project was in offing judging by the actions of the administration of Duterte.

De Lima said that some of these anti-democratic actions included the impeachment of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno and planned ouster moves for Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales, both of whom were appointees of former President Benigno Aquino III.

The senator also slammed the extension of martial law in Mindanao for another year, saying this was an open invitation for the military to support Duterte's assumption of absolute powers.

In recent days, talks of a term extension for Duterte and lawmakers swirled amid speculations that the 2019 elections would be canceled as the country shifted to a federal form of government.

Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez said that the 2019 midterm elections might be canceled to pave the way for a transition period until 2022, when fresh elections for the new system of government would be called.

Sen. Francis Pangilinan, president of the opposition Liberal Party, warned that talks abound in Congress that the president and lawmakers would be given a 10-year term extension.

"Aside from Duterte, all congressmen and senators will be given term extensions. Since there are no elections, this means no expenses for politicians because no one will step down from his position," Pangilinan said in a statement on Thursday.

The Palace, however, has shot down such suggestions, saying such a move was "out of the question."

“The president has been very clear about it, that he does not wish to extend his term,” Roque said on Thursday.

The president has indicated in the past that he was willing to cut short his term should a new Constitution suitable to the way of life of Filipinos be enacted.



Read more at http://beta.philstar.com/headlines/2018 ... 3PQsQoS.99

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Sen. Leila De Lima on Friday told reporters her wish for President Rodrigo Duterte this 2018: his resignation. Combination Photo, File


De Lima's wish for Duterte this 2018: His resignation
Audrey Morallo (philstar.com) - January 5, 2018 - 5:10pm


MANILA, Philippines — If Sen. Leila de Lima has a wish this new year, it is for President Rodrigo Duterte, one of her staunchest political opponents, to step down from power this 2018.

Attending a hearing for a disobedience to summons case before Branch 34 of the Quezon City Metropolitan Trial Court, De Lima said that the new year would not be happy for Filipinos because of the plans of the administration to change the 1987 Constitution and impose constitutional authoritarianism.

"Well I just want to greet him a happy new year but just like what I said in my dispatch the other day 2018 it seems will not be a happy new year for us because of their plans to change the Constitution and to impose a constitutional authoritarianism," De Lima, who was flanked by her police escorts, told reporters.

"So I don't know what will be happy this year. Maybe if he resigns I will be happy," said De Lima, who is currently detained at Camp Crame because of drug-related charges which she described as concocted by the administration to get back at her for her investigations into allegations that Duterte abetted the commission of extrajudicial killings when he was Davao City mayor and now that he is already the chief executive.
As a response, Malacañang said that De Lima would be disappointed if this was her wish.

"She will be very sad then," presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said in a text message to Philstar.com.

On Tuesday, the opposition senator warned that an authoritarian project was in offing judging by the actions of the administration of Duterte.

De Lima said that some of these anti-democratic actions included the impeachment of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno and planned ouster moves for Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales, both of whom were appointees of former President Benigno Aquino III.

The senator also slammed the extension of martial law in Mindanao for another year, saying this was an open invitation for the military to support Duterte's assumption of absolute powers.

In recent days, talks of a term extension for Duterte and lawmakers swirled amid speculations that the 2019 elections would be canceled as the country shifted to a federal form of government.

Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez said that the 2019 midterm elections might be canceled to pave the way for a transition period until 2022, when fresh elections for the new system of government would be called.

Sen. Francis Pangilinan, president of the opposition Liberal Party, warned that talks abound in Congress that the president and lawmakers would be given a 10-year term extension.

"Aside from Duterte, all congressmen and senators will be given term extensions. Since there are no elections, this means no expenses for politicians because no one will step down from his position," Pangilinan said in a statement on Thursday.

The Palace, however, has shot down such suggestions, saying such a move was "out of the question."

“The president has been very clear about it, that he does not wish to extend his term,” Roque said on Thursday.

The president has indicated in the past that he was willing to cut short his term should a new Constitution suitable to the way of life of Filipinos be enacted.



Read more at http://beta.philstar.com/headlines/2018 ... 3PQsQoS.99



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