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    Press Releases

    • On Labor Day, VP Leni renews call to end ‘endo’

      Posted in Press Releases on May 01, 2019

      Vice President Leni Robredo reiterated that contractualization must end in the Philippines, as she pushes anew for just and fair working conditions for Filipino laborers. In her message for this year’s Labor Day, VP Leni urged Filipinos to unite in the call to stop “endo,” or the end of contract employment scheme in the Philippines—

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    • Mensahe ni VP Leni Robredo sa Linggo ng Pagkabuhay

      Posted in Press Releases on Apr 21, 2019

      Pagbati po ng isang maligayang Pasko ng Muling Pagkabuhay sa ating mga kapatid na Kristiyano at sa buong sambayanang Pilipino.Mapalad tayong ipagdiwang ang araw na ito sapagkat kasabay ng muling pagkabuhay ng ating Panginoong Hesukristo ay ang dala Niyang mensahe ng pag-asa at kaligtasan. Sa araw na ito, ginugunita natin ang Kanyang dakilang pagmamahal nang

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    • VP Leni visits Romblon, brings Angat Buhay assistance to school

      Posted in Press Releases on Apr 12, 2019

      ROMBLON —As part of its continued efforts to help improve education in poor communities around the country, the office of Vice President Leni Robredo facilitated another donation of kitchen tools and equipment to a high school in Santa Maria, Romblon. VP Leni visited the school on Friday, April 12, to lead the turnover of cooking

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    • VP Leni visits Romblon, brings Angat Buhay assistance to school

      Posted in Press Releases on Apr 12, 2019

      ROMBLON —As part of its continued efforts to help improve education in poor communities around the country, the office of Vice President Leni Robredo facilitated another donation of kitchen tools and equipment to a high school in Santa Maria, Romblon. VP Leni visited the school on Friday, April 12, to lead the turnover of cooking

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    • ‘Ready, not eager’: VP Leni says takeover talk started with President’s ‘RevGov’ threat

      Posted in Press Releases on Apr 07, 2019

      Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday slammed attempts to paint her readiness to carry out her mandate as “eagerness” to be president.During her weekly radio show, BISErbisyong LENI, Robredo underscored that she was only responding to questions about her preparedness to assume the office, which all started when President Rodrigo Duterte threatened to declare a

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