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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Fw: ORAL ARGUMENTS JOKER

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From: FLORANTE ROSALES <dzrh21@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2012 03:41:51 -0700 (PDT)
To: f.rosales@mbcradio.net<f.rosales@mbcradio.net>; Michael Joe Delizo<mjdelizo@yahoo.com>; MALOU CABRAL<malourcabral@yahoo.com>; prquintos@yahoo.com<prquintos@yahoo.com>
ReplyTo: FLORANTE ROSALES <dzrh21@yahoo.com>
Subject: ORAL ARGUMENTS JOKER

 FLORANTE////JULY312012
NAGKAISA ANG MGA SENADOR NA SI SENADOR JOKER ARROYO NA ANG HUMARAP SA ORAL ARGUMENT SA KORTE SUPREMA KAUGNAY NG ISYU SA MEMBERSHIP SA JUDICIAL AND BAR COUNCIL.
PORMAL NA ITINALAGA NG SENADO SI ARROYO MATAPOS MAG-MOSYON SI   SENATE MAJORITY LEADER TITO SOTTO.
AYON KAY SOTTO, SANAY NA  AT BATIKAN SI ARROYO SA PAGDEPENSA NG POSISYON NG SENADO SA ORAL ARGUMENTS SA SUPREME COURT KAYA TIWALA SILA RITO.
            V C: SOTTO
SALUDO RIN SI SENATE PRESIDENT JUAN PONCE ENRILE KAY SEN. JOKER NA MAGDEPENSA SA SUPREME COURT DAHIL SIYA AY ISANG BATIKANG ABUGADO.
NAGALAK SI ENRILE SA PAGBIBIGAY NG SUPREME COURT NG PANAHON SA ORAL ARGUMENTS PARA SA KONTROBERSYAL NA ISYU NG JBC REPRESENTATION NG KONGRESO.
NILINAW  NAMAN NI SEN. ENRILE NA HINDI NAMAN SILA NAGMAMAKTOL SA PAGTANGGI NG SUPREME COURT SA DALAWANG MEMBERSHIP SA JBC DAHIL GUSTO LANG NILANG IGIIT ANG KARAPATAN SA NASABING ISYU.
            VC : ENRILE

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Fw: senators on chacha

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From: FLORANTE ROSALES <dzrh21@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2012 02:39:30 -0700 (PDT)
To: prquintos@yahoo.com<prquintos@yahoo.com>; LETH NARCISO<lethniey01@yahoo.com>; f.rosales@mbcradio.net<f.rosales@mbcradio.net>; Michael Joe Delizo<mjdelizo@yahoo.com>
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Subject: senators on chacha

FLORANTE/////JULY302012
 
 
 
KATIG SI SENATE MINORITY LEADER ALAN PETER CAYETANO NA SIMULAN NA ANG DEBATE SA CHARTER CHANGE.
 
PERO AYON KAY CAYETANO, DAPAT MAGING MAINGAT DIN ANG MGA MAMBABATAS SA PAGBUBUKAS NG OWNERSHIP NG MGA NEGOSYO AT LUPAIN SA BANSA.
 
SINABI NI CAYETANO NA BUKAS SIYA NA AMYENDAHAN ANG ECONOMIC PROVISIONS NG SALIGANG BATAS PERO DAPAT MAGING MALINAW KUNG ANO ANG ILALATAG NA SOLUSYON SA EKONOMIYA NG BANSA.
 
IGINIIT NI CAYETANO NA ANG CHINA AY NAGING MAUNLAD KAHIT HINDI NAMAN IBINENENTA SA MGA DAYUHAN ANG LUPAIN NILA AT PUMAPASOK PA RIN ANG MGA INVESTOR DAHIL SA MABABANG SINGIL SA KURYENTE AT BUWIS.
 
MAGING SINA SENADOR CHIZ ESCUDERO AT GRINGO HONASAN AY KUNTENTO SA NAGING UTOS NG PANGULONG AQUINO SA KANYANG ECONOMIC MANAGERS NA PAG-ARALAN ANG PANUKALANG CHACHA.
 
AYON KAY ESCUDERO, IBIG SABIHIN DAW NITO NA BUKAS ANG ISIPAN NI NOYNOY NA PAG-USAPAN ANG AMYENDA SA ECONOMIC PROVISIONS NG SALIGANG BATAS.
 
FLORANTE ROSALES
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DZRH-MBC

Fw: news leads

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From: FLORANTE ROSALES <dzrh21@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2012 00:57:00 -0700 (PDT)
To: prquintos@yahoo.com<prquintos@yahoo.com>; REGINALD ESPIRITU<arinaespiritu@yahoo.com>; LETH NARCISO<lethniey01@yahoo.com>; Shem Delos Santos<shemjaphetdelossantos@yahoo.com>; f.rosales@mbcradio.net<f.rosales@mbcradio.net>
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News leads :
 
1)     Nakatenggang 75  rubber boats at 2 choppers ng PNP na sangkot sa anomalya, dapat gamitin sa rescue operations, ayon kay Drilon
 
2)       Imbestigasyon ng senado sa rice smuggling, sisimulan na bukas(enrile)
 
3)       Panawagan ng mga obispo na mag-protesta ang mga tao laban sa RH bill, iginagalang ng ilang senador!
 
4)       PNP, kulang na kulang sa baril at mobile(Bartolome)
 
 
 
FLORANTE ROSALES
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DZRH-MBC

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Tropical storm slams Philippines
USA TODAY
By Jim Gomez, Associated Press. Updated. Comments. MANILA, Philippines – A tropical storm dumped torrents of rain as it swept past the Philippines, knocking out power, churning seas and causing at least three deaths Monday.
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Philippines to bid out disputed S.China Sea oil, gas blocks
Reuters
MANILA, July 31 (Reuters) - The Philippines will offer three areas in the South China Sea for oil and gas exploration on Tuesday, two of them in waters also claimed by China. Nido Petroleum Ltd of Australia, Spanish energy company Repsol, French gas and ...
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Tropical storm slams Philippines; at least 3 dead
Atlanta Journal Constitution
A Filipino woman holds on to the umbrella as strong winds blow while her son eats bread at a Manila suburb, Philippines on Sunday July 29, 2012. Rains continue to pour in the city as tropical storm Saolan blows off the northeastern coast of the Philippines.
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Atlanta Journal Constitution
3 dead, 6 missing as storm slams Philippines
CBS News
MANILA, Philippines — A tropical storm roughed up seas and dumped torrents of monsoon rain as it swept past the Philippines, leaving at least three people dead, knocking out power and forcing many offices and schools to close Monday. The wild weather ...
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CBS News
Philippines: Suspected Abu Sayyaf member arrested
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MANILA, PhilippinesPhilippine police say they have captured a suspected militant from the violent Abu Sayyaf group who has been linked to past kidnappings and helped Southeast Asian terrorists travel in and out of the southern Philippines. Regional ...
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Tropical storm dumps torrents of rain on Philippines, pushes 2 barges into ...
Washington Post
MANILA, Philippines — A tropical storm dumped torrents of rain as it swept past the Philippines, knocking out power, churning seas and causing at least three deaths Monday. The wild weather whipped up by Tropical Storm Saola as it roared off the country's ...
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Four dead as Typhoon Gener lashes Philippines
GMA News
(Updated 1:21 a.m., July 31, 2012) At least four people were killed and millions were left without power Monday as Tropical Storm Gener turned into a typhoon, bringing heavy rains to large parts of the Philippines, the government said. Manila was one of the ...
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4 killed as 'Gener' lashes Philippines
ABS CBN News
MANILA (1st UPDATE) - At least 4 people were killed and millions were left without power Monday as Tropical Storm Gener (international name: Saola) turned into a typhoon, bringing heavy rains to large parts of the Philippines, the government said.
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Three dead as storm lashes Philippines
Pakistan Daily Times
Three dead as storm lashes Philippines. MANILA: At least three people were killed and millions were left without power Monday as Tropical Storm Saola turned into a typhoon, bringing heavy rains to large parts of the Philippines, the government said.
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Gener maintains strength; storm signals still up over N. Luzon–Pagasa
Inquirer.net
MANILA, Philippines — Typhoon "Gener" has maintained its strength as it continues to move north-northwest, the state weather bureau said Tuesday. Signal No. 3 remained up over the Batanes Group of Islands while Signal No. 2 was still up over Cagayan, ...
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San Beda law student dies of hazing?

Mark Andrei Marcos
Twitter on Monday night became viral as it spread the news of the alleged death of a San Beda Law student, due to injuries obtained from hazing.

The victim, Marc Andrei Marcos, was reportedly taken to the DLSU Medical Center in DasmariƱas, Cavite, according to the Facebook account of the San Beda College of Law - Law Student Government.

"..at about 3pm this afternoon, we have received reports that a 1st year Bedan law student, Marc Andrei Marcos from 1P, has been confined at the DLSU Medical Center, Dasmarinas, Cavite, but he did not make it," said the post.

The College has condemned another killing and prompted to find out the fraternity behind the heinous crime.

The victim is a UST-AB LM graduate.

Classes resume in some areas

Classes are back to normal in most areas today, except in places where flooding may be worsened by an abnormally high tide. At 7:46 AM, high tide in Manila Bay is predicted to be as high as 1.39 meters. This will make it longer for flood waters in areas experiencing strong rain to recede.

As of 7:00 AM, Gov. Remulla has declared a suspension of classes in all preschool, elementary, and high schools in Cavite today. Laguna also declared a suspension.

Meanwhile, weather experts say a new tropical storm that has formed south of Japan is somehow affecting the behavior of TS Gener within the Philippine Area of Responsibility. TS Damrey (TS 11W) will move west-northwestward closer to where Gener (TS 10W) is headed - the China mainland. As it moves, it slows down Gener, making it stay a little longer within the PAR.
 
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Monday, July 30, 2012

Storm GENER to bring more rains

Tropical Storm GENER is expected to enhance the prevailing southwest monsoon, dumping more rain in Metro Manila and most of Luzon. As the storm moves along the northeastern Luzon seaboard toward Taiwan, the local weather agency PAGASA predicts continuous rain on western Luzon due to the monsoon.

Meanwhile, tide forecasts for Manila Bay are above normal. This morning's high tide, at around 6:40 AM, was at 1.32 meters. Tomorrow at around 7:40 AM, it will be at 1.39 meters, and on Wednesday, by 8:36 AM, it will be at 1.42 meters. Abnormally high tides in Manila Bay means river channels and other waterways toward Manila Bay wont subside fast, worsening the effect of the heavy rains.

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Philippines: Suspected Abu Sayyaf member arrested
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MANILA, PhilippinesPhilippine police commandos have captured a militant from the violent Abu Sayyaf group who is linked to past kidnappings and helped Southeast Asian terrorists travel in and out of the southern Philippines, officials said Sunday.
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Election year is big business for Philippine gunsmiths
msnbc.com
With election-related violence commonplace, the Philippines imposes a ban on the carrying of guns for six months, from campaigning to the proclamation of winners. With legal access denied, Filipinos simply turn to the many illegal gunsmiths who ply their ...
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Philippines captures top al Qaeda linked militant
Business Recorder (blog)
Philippine authorities have arrested a founding member of the al Qaeda-linked Abu Sayyaf group blamed for some of the worst terror attacks in the region, security officials said on Sunday. Ustadz Ahmadsali Asmad Badron, also known as Ammad or Hamad ...
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Philippine gun makers take aim from the backyard to the production line
Reuters
As the pro- and anti-gun lobbies in the United States agonize over how to respond to yet another massacre of innocents, in the Philippines many want even more liberal gun laws to boost production of a small but growing legal industry. Guns have long been ...
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Philippine Supreme Court Holding Clarifies Constitutional Ambiguity
JURIST
The Malolos Constitution and the 1935 Constitution both gave the Philippine president the power to appoint members to the judiciary, subject to the consent of the Commission on Appointments. Article 80, Title X of the Malolos Constitution provides that "[t]he ...
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JURIST
Philippines preparing for free trade talks with EU
Inquirer.net
The Philippines is getting ready to start a new round of talks with the European Union on a prospective bilateral free trade agreement (FTA), according to the country's chief trade negotiator. The Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS), ...
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Philippine gunmakers take aim from the backyard to the production line
The National
MANDAUE CITY, PHILIPPINES // In the Philippines, they vote with their trigger fingers. Elections mean big business for illegal gunsmiths, who are looking forward to 2013 midterm polls. With election-related violence commonplace, the Philippines imposes a ...
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Philippines attracts allies to protect biodiversity
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YEOSU, South Korea—For its powdery sand beaches, crystal clear waters and extensive marine biodiversity, the Philippines is not only attracting potential tourists here but also great allies in the protection and preservation of its abundant coastal and marine ...
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Philippines to get 12 new patrol boats from Japan
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Unlike the decades-old and stripped-down ships the Philippines gets from the United States, the 12 patrol boats the Philippine Coast Guard will most likely get from Japan in 2014 "will all be brand-new," according to a top official of the Japanese Embassy in ...
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Death of soldiers to inspire troops: Army chief
Philippine Star
MANILA, Philippines (Xinhua) -- Philippine Army chief Lt. Gen. Emmanuel Bautista said today that the killing of 10 soldiers in Thursday's fighting with Abu Sayyaf bandits in Basilan will serve as an inspiration for the troops to do better. "It will not deter us or ...
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Sunday, July 29, 2012

Smugglers, ilalantad


HUHUBARAN na ng maskara ng Senado sa Miyerkoles ang mga prominenteng personalidad na smuggler at ang mga padrino nito.

Ginawa ni Senador Kiko Pangilinan ang pahayag matapos ang galit na pag-upak ni Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile sa walang puknat na pag-pupuslit ng bigas mula sa Vietnam at India.

Itinakda na ni Pangilinan sa Miyerkoles ang full-blown hearing sa  talamak na smuggling ng bigas, sibuyas, karne,  at iba pang produkto mula sa ibang bansa.
Ayon kay Pangilinan, chairman ng Senate committee on Agriculture and Foods, igigisa nila sa hearing sina BOC Commissioner Ruffy Biazon, Agriculture Sec. Proceso Alcala at iba pang government officials.
Hahalukayin umano ng senado ang pinaka-ugat ng hindi matigil-tigil na smuggling activities sa bansa at tukuyin ang mga padrino at mismong mga smugglers.
Inihayag pa ni Pangilinan na 200-bilyong piso ang nawawala sa koleksyon sa buwis ng gobyerno sa unang anim na buwan ng taong 2012.
Nauna rito, hiniling ni Pangilinan sa Customs na paigtingin ang kampanya laban sa smuggling sa pagiging transparent ng importation information na nakalagay sa Inward Foreign Manifest(IFM).
Ang IFM aniya ay naglalaman ng mga detalye ng importer's name, source country, shipping vessel, petsa ng pagdating ng kargamento at pirmado ng mga opisyal ng Customs.
Sa privilege speech nitong nakaraang linggo, galit na nagbanta si Senador Enrile na mismong ang senado ang hahabol at maghaharap ng kaso laban sa mga financier, backer at padrino na government officials ng mga smuggler sa bansa. (Florante Rosales)

CJ should be the best!

IGINIIT NI SENATE MINORITY LEADER ALAN PETER CAYETANO NA DAPAT IREKUMENDA NG JUDICIAL AND BAR COUNCIL(JBC) SA PANGULONG AQUINO ANG PINAKAMAGALING NA TAO BILANG SUSUNOD NA CHIEF JUSTICE.
AYON KAY SEN. CAYETANO, HINDI MAHALAGA KUNG BABAE O LALAKE... INSIDER O OUTSIDER SA KORTE SUPREMA ANG MAPILI NG PANGULO DAHIL ANG TANONG AY KUNG SINO ANG PINAKA-QUALIFY SA PWESTO.
SINABI NI CAYETANO NA PAREHONG MAY BENTAHE ANG INSIDERS AT OUTSIDERS SA SUPREME COURT.
KAUGNAY NITO, PINAPURIHAN NI SEN. CAYETANO ANG PUBLIC INTERVIEW NG JBC SA MGA NOMINADO SA PAGKA-CHIEF JUSTICE.
DAHIL SA NASABING PROSESO, INIHAYAG NI CAYETANO NA MAITUTURING NA CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE PEOPLE ANG HIHIRANGIN NG PANGULO.  (Florante Rosales)

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Analysis: US dilemma in South China Sea response
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Defining it as a U.S. national interest in 2010 helped galvanize Washington's standing in the region, revive ties with treaty ally the Philippines and build a relationship with former enemy Vietnam. As part of its broader push, or "pivot," toward Asia, the U.S. ...
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Southern Philippine rebels clash and kill 12 soldiers
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ZAMBOANGA CITY, PHILIPPINES (BNO NEWS) -- At least twelve soldiers and five rebels were confirmed dead after clashes broke out in southern Philippines, officials said Thursday. Fighting broke out at around 7:30 a.m. local time between government ...
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Analysis: US dilemma in South China Sea response
San Francisco Chronicle
An Honor Guard executes a hand salute as President Benigno Aquino III leaves the building after attending the 114th Foundation of the Department of Foreign Affairs Thursday, July 26, 2012 in suburban Pasay City south of Manila, Philippines. Aquino ...
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San Francisco Chronicle
Chinese ships leave vicinity of Pag-Asa
Philippine Star
Manila, Philippines - Only two of the 20 Chinese fishing vessels that dropped anchor the other day very close to the Philippine-occupied Pag-Asa island in the Spratlys region remain in the area, according to the military's Western Command (Wescom).
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13 militants killed in Philippines
The News International
COTABATO: The death toll resulting from fierce gun battle between government troops and Al Qaeda-linked Abu Sayyaf in the restive southern Philippines has reached 19, Xinhua news agency reported. A military official said at least 10 soldiers and nine Abu ...
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PH steers off US' critical stance on garrison plan
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MANILA, Philippines—Banking on diplomacy to resolve territorial disputes with China in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea), MalacaƱang is distancing itself from the US criticism of a Chinese plan to put up a garrison on a tiny island in a distant part of ...
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Pinoy torchbearers, athletes feted in London
Philippine Star
Manila, Philippines - Olympic fever gripped the Filipino community in the United Kingdom with the staging of the Olympic Torch Relay runs of Filipinos Steven Cheung and Reymund Enteria on successive days in London. On July 21, Cheung ran his leg from ...
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Manila appeal for UN peacekeeping help over conflict with China scored
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Manila, Philippines- The proposal of Muntinlupa congressman Rodolfo Biazon for the Philippine government to ask the United Nations (UN) for a peacekeeping force in West Philippine Sea to prevent armed clashes between Beijing and Manila is rebuked by ...
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The Best of Philippine TV (July 2011-July 2012)
Philippine Star
Manila, Philippines - No one will deny that it is exciting times nowadays on Philippine Television. The competition between major players has heightened mostly because of the entry of the well-funded TV5 which has made its presence felt despite a weak ...
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Saturday, July 28, 2012

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Philippine army chases militants after fatal clash
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MANILA, Philippines—The Philippine military was chasing Al Qaida-linked Muslim militants Friday, a day after a deadly clash with militants blamed for past attacks killed 10 soldiers and nine rebels, making for one of the bloodiest days in recent weeks in the ...
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Is China Overplaying Its Hand in the South China Sea?
Voice of America (blog)
China is setting up shop on a tiny island in the South China Sea, deploying troops and civilian administrators in a move that is raising tensions in the region and seriously annoying Vietnam and the Philippines. The move comes on the heels of a conference of ...
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WHO urges Philippine senate to defy tobacco lobby and boost cigarette taxes
Fox News
MANILA, Philippines – The World Health Organization urged Philippine senators Friday to resist tobacco industry pressure and pass legislation to boost cigarette taxes to help deter smoking in a country where tobacco-related disease kills 87000 people a ...
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New Chinese Base Raises Tensions in S. China Sea
Voice of America
STATE DEPARTMENT — China's move to base troops on a disputed island in the South China Sea has raised concerns about a possible military confrontation in an area where China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan, Brunei and the Philippines all have ...
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MAXBANK, Philippines Implements Polaris' Intellect Core Banking Solution
Sacramento Bee
MAXBANK, Philippines Implements Polaris' Intellect Core Banking Solution. By Polaris Financial Technology. Polaris Financial Technology. Last modified: 2012-07-27T13:15:23Z. Published: Friday, Jul. 27, 2012 - 6:15 am. Copyright 2012 . All rights reserved.
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China names military heads of South China Sea city
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China claims control over most of the South China Sea, portions of which are also claimed by Vietnam, the Philippines and other neighbors. The Philippines has said it does not recognize the city or its jurisdiction, and Vietnam said China's actions violated ...
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Sandigan won't order GMA's arrest
Philippine Star
MANILA, Philippines - Former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo scored another legal victory yesterday after the Sandiganbayan junked a petition by prosecutors to order her arrest for plunder. In a six-page ruling, the anti-graft court's First Division denied the ...
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Philippines: Army and Rebels Clash
New York Times
Soldiers attacked Muslim militants linked to Al Qaeda at a southern encampment on Thursday, and 12 government soldiers and 4 rebels were killed in the fighting, the military said. Maj. Gen. Ricardo Rainier Cruz said government forces struck after the military ...
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China appoints officers to West Philippine Sea garrison
Inquirer.net
MANILA, Philippines—China appointed military officers in its garrison in the West Philippine Sea, a Chinese government news agency said. Senior Colonel Cai Xihong was named commander and Senior Colonel Liao Chaoyi as the political commissar of the ...
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MIDCAP-Philippine Cebu Air leads on earnings upgrades
Reuters
Cebu Air leads on earnings upgrades among 39 companies in the Philippines, data from Thomson Reuters StarMine shows. The data includes firms tracked by at least three analysts. The company's Analyst Revision score has risen to 70 from 3 a month ago.
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Friday, July 27, 2012

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Fw: 5.7 units housing backlog

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From: FLORANTE ROSALES <dzrh21@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2012 01:09:15 -0700 (PDT)
To: f.rosales@mbcradio.net<f.rosales@mbcradio.net>; LETH NARCISO<lethniey01@yahoo.com>; prquintos@yahoo.com<prquintos@yahoo.com>; Shem Delos Santos<shemjaphetdelossantos@yahoo.com>
ReplyTo: FLORANTE ROSALES <dzrh21@yahoo.com>

 FLORANTE//////JULY272012
5.7-M backlog sa housing units, inaasahan sa 2016-VP Binay
 

Inaasahang na ang paglobo ng bilang ng kakulangan ng housing units sa taong 2016 dahil sa paglago ng populasyon ng bansa.
 
Ayon kay Vice-President Jojo Binay, HUDCC chairman, tinatayang aabot sa 5.7-milyong yunit ng bahay ang kailangang maitayo ng gubyerno sa taong 2016..
 
Noong 2010, tinatayang may 3.6-milyong units ang backlog sa housing program ng pamahalaang Aquino.
 
Naniniwala si V-P Binay na malaking maitutulong sa problemang ito ang pagtatatag ng bagong Dept. of Housing and Urban Development(DHUD) na inaprubahan ng senado sa third and final reading nitong Martes.
 
Inihayag pa ni Binay na ang pagbuo ng DHUD ang maiiwanang legacy ng Pangulong Aquino sa pagtatapos ng kanyang termino sa 2016.
 
Sa ilalim ng Senate Bill 3199, babawasan na ang  taba ng burukrasya dahil isasailalim na lang sa iisang departamento ang trabaho ng Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) at ang Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB).
 
Inihayag pa ni VP Binay na palalakasin ang adjudication at enforcement sa conversion ng HLURB bilang isang kumisyon.
 
Naniniwala ang Vice-President na ang pagbuo ng DHUD ay mas makakakuha ng maraming tulong at investment mula sa pribadong sektor.
 

FLORANTE ROSALES
REPORTER/ANCHORMAN
DZRH-MBC

Fw: re-opening ng hearing sa electoral sabotage, pinaboran ng ilang senador!

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From: FLORANTE ROSALES <dzrh21@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2012 00:21:30 -0700 (PDT)
To: f.rosales@mbcradio.net<f.rosales@mbcradio.net>; LETH NARCISO<lethniey01@yahoo.com>; prquintos@yahoo.com<prquintos@yahoo.com>
ReplyTo: FLORANTE ROSALES <dzrh21@yahoo.com>
Subject: re-opening ng hearing sa electoral sabotage, pinaboran ng ilang senador!

di pa nareport to

FLORANTE//////JULY272012
 
 
KINATIGAN ng ilang senador ang mungkahing muling buksan ang imbestigasyon ng senado sa dayaan noong 2007 senatorial elections.
 
Ayon kay Sen. Koko Pimentel, chairman ng senate committee on electoral reforms, tiyak na malalaman nila sa hearing kung bakit pumalpak ang DOJ at COMELEC panel sa pagsusulong ng kasong electoral sabotage laban kay dating Pangulong Arroyo.
 
Kumpiyansa si Pimentel na  makakakuha sila ng karagdagang impormasyon kung bakit naging mahina ang inihirap na kaso ng DOJ at COMELEC laban sa dating Pangulong Arroyo dahilan para makapagpiyansa ito.
 
Si pimentel ang nagharap ng kasong electoral sabotage laban sa dating Pangulo sa Pasay RTC.
 
Samantala, pabor din si sen. Ping Lacson na muling buksan ang imbestigasyon ng senado sa massive electio fraud noong 2007 dahil isa siya sa mga naging biktima nito kasama sina Sen. Pimentel, Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano, .
 
Ayon kay Lacson, dapat imbestigahan din ang iba pang aspeto ng dayaan at ang partisipasyon ng mga COMELEC officials na hanggang ngayon ay nakapwesto pa.
 
Umaasa si Lacson na may bagong mga ebidensya at mga testigo si Senate Minority leader Alan Peter Cayetano sa pagbubukas muli ng hearing sa kaso.
 
FLORANTE ROSALES
REPORTER/ANCHORMAN
DZRH-MBC

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