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    Press Releases

    • Statement of Vice President Leni Robredo

      Posted in Press Releases on Mar 13, 2017

      13 March 2017 The recent attempts to malign the reputation of my late husband, Jesse Robredo, myself, and our families, by spreading fake news and long discredited rumors have given rise to increasingly heated discussions in social media over the past few days. I would like to take this occasion to issue a firm reminder to all our

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    • Vice President Leni Robredo on the Removal of Senate Chairmanships

      Posted in Press Releases on Feb 27, 2017

      27 February 2017 When we were given the mandate by the people, we were determined to work with this administration to put national interest before politics. But despite our sincere efforts, it is now clear that the Duterte administration is incapable of tolerating dissent, no matter how constructive. What happened in the Senate today is

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    • Vice President Leni Robredo on the Arrest of Sen. De Lima

      Posted in Press Releases on Feb 24, 2017

      24 February 2017 The arrest of Senator Leila de Lima is the latest move in a persistent campaign of political harassment being waged against a duly elected member of Congress. These efforts to smear Senator De Lima are a strong indication that the charges against her arise from a political agenda and are not the

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    • Vice President Leni Robredo on the LascaƱas Confession

      Posted in Press Releases on Feb 23, 2017

      23 February 2017 The LascaƱas confession corroborating the earlier testimony of Edgar Matobato on the existence and operations of the Davao Death Squad is a matter for great alarm and concern. The imputation of such monstrous crimes to the President is unprecedented in its gravity, and can no longer be brushed aside by mere denials.

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    • Vice President Leni Robredo on the Death of Atty. Mia Manuelita Masacarinas-Green

      Posted in Press Releases on Feb 20, 2017

      20 February 2017 Our deepest condolences to the family of Atty. Mia Manuelita Mascarinas-Green. Our country lost a fierce environmental advocate and a dedicated alternative lawyer. We condemn in the strongest terms her murder. It is alarming that in the first 7 months of this administration, there are already 12 environment advocates who have been

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