ALERT LEVEL 3 RAISED FOR IRAQ; FILIPINOS URGED TO LEAVE

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Saturday announced that it has raised Alert Level 3 for Iraq because of the escalating violence in the country. The DFA said that the alert level is raised over almost all areas in Iraq, except for the Kurdistan region, which remains under Alert Level 1. "Kurdistan remains relatively calm," the DFA said. Under Alert Level 3, Filipinos living in the areas affected by the conflict in a country are asked advised to seek repatriation. "Filipinos in Iraq are enjoined to volunteer to return to the Philippines at government expense," the DFA said. It added that it is already sending a rapid response team to Iraq to assist in the voluntary repatriation of the Filipinos. THIS IS THE FULL REPORT.

ALSO: POEA imposes OFW ban in Iraq

The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) yesterday imposed a ban on the deployment of Filipino workers to Iraq due to the deteriorating security situation in the Arab country. POEA administrator Hans Leo Cacdac said the ban “is in line with crisis alert level three imposed by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA).” Crisis alert level three entails voluntary repatriation, with the Philippine government shouldering the cost of repatriation. The DFA raised crisis alert level three for most parts of Iraq, except the Kurdistan region which remains relatively calm and stable. Kurdistan is still under alert level 1 or precautionary phase. The jihadist group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has seized a large swathe of northern Iraq, including the second city of Mosul, and has threatened to advance toward Baghdad. There are around 500 Filipino workers in Iraq, mostly working in United States military facilities in Baghdad. The United Nations has expressed “extreme alarm” at reports of summary executions, extrajudicial killings and displacement of half a million people, many of whom are now in urgent need of shelter. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay said reports suggest the number of people killed in recent days may run into the hundreds and the number of wounded is approaching 1,000. With the worsening security situation, the DFA urged Filipinos in Iraq “to return to the Philippines at government expense.” READ MORE...

ALSO: Why Father’s Day won’t be the same for this Navy officer

Father’s Day will never be the same for this Navy officer who lost all his three children to Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan). “I don’t know the meaning of Father’s Day anymore. I have no plans [on that day],” said Commander Ramonito Sabang, father of three girls: Airah Laine, 16; Shairah Mi, 11; and Mikairah Mari, 9. “It’s really hard to adjust. If I remember what happened I get sad. Sometimes I still cry. It’s not easy to lose all your children,” Sabang told INQUIRER.net in a phone interview on Friday, June 13. He was assigned as commanding officer of Navy ship BRP Magat Salamat (PS-20) in Eastern Mindanao but was in Cebu to fix official matters when Yolanda crippled Eastern Visayas, including Tacloban City in Leyte province seven months ago. Sabang’s family lived in a village called Happy Homes in Leyte’s capital. The initial plan was he would either fly home or his family would fly to Cebu. But transportation had been difficult days before Yolanda hit.“I was worried. By 7:30 a.m. [of November 8] I already lost contact with them. I asked Naval Forces Central about updates but there weren’t any,” Sabang said. He was able to ride the first Navy ship that sailed to Tacloban after the storm by 12 midnight of November 9. They were supposed to arrive in Tacloban by Sunday afternoon, but the ship had minor problems that caused delays. They arrived about 7 p.m. on Sunday, November 10. “When I arrived my children were just buried in a mass grave. If I had arrived earlier I could have seen them. I went to the cemetery with a Navy chaplain who was also looking for his family,” he said. In the darkness of the night at the cemetery, he saw his wife who just came from the burial. “By then I felt everything was shattered,” he said. His three daughters and their househelp were killed in a 15-foot storm surge. His wife was able to survive. The loss left him depressed. His loved ones, family and friends, consoled him. “It will probably take years for me to recover. Even as I speak, it still hurts,” he said.READ MORE...

ALSO: Independence Day: Spotlight on regions

Soldiers hoist the Philippine flag during a rehearsal for the Independence Day rites at Rizal Park yesterday. Inset photo shows 15-year-old artist Andre Manguba with his work portraying Filipino heroes, among the winning entries of an international poster making contest. President Aquino will lead today’s Independence Day celebration with a flag-raising ceremony in Naga City to highlight the contribution of different regions in the country’s attainment of freedom and democracy. This developed as critics claimed that the Independence Day celebration in Naga is Aquino’s way of running away from today’s protest rallies against the pork barrel scam. The Palace, however, was quick to debunk the critics, saying it has been the President’s tradition to visit places that have significantly contributed to the country’s independence. Presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda said last year Aquino celebrated Independence Day at the Liwasang Bonifacio in Manila; in Malolos, Bulacan in 2012, and in Kawit, Cavite in 2011. “He’s been moving around to highlight the regions’ contribution in the struggle for independence,” Lacierda said. After the 7 a.m. flag-raising in Naga City, Aquino will fly back to Manila to lead the vin d’honneur at Malacañang at noon. Deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte urged protesters to make the rallies peaceful and orderly, as she noted their right to air their grievances. Meanwhile, Vice President Jejomar Binay will lead the wreath-laying ceremony at Rizal Park in Manila, as part of the Independence Day celebration. Binay will be joined by Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada, Vice Mayor Isko Moreno and members of the city council. Free MRT, LRT rides -READ MORE...

ALSO: Anti-PDAF groups split on Freedom day rally

Thousands of Filipino people marched the Manila streets yesterday carrying anti-graft placards as the Philippines marked its 116th Independence Day. The thousands-strong crowd, however, was splitting to two different routes. The two biggest anti-pork barrel groups both held rallies to demand punishment to all public and private individuals who were linked in channeling billions-worth of public funds to bogus non-government organizations. The Scrap Pork Network (SPN), composed of civil society groups, gathered at the Kartilya ng Katipunan Shrine, while the militant-led Abolish Pork Movement (APM) staged their protests not one kilometer away at Liwasang Bonifacio. Political satirist Mae Paner, popularly known as Juana Change, expressed her highest hopes of uniting the two alliances saying that they will only succeed “knocking down the enemy” when they are together. Depicting a broomstick metaphor, she added, “Kung sama-sama, hindi yan mababali. Mapapalitan natin ang lahat ng nakaupo na walang inintindi kundi ang sarili nila.” Paner also pointed out the sameness of the groups’ “enemy” – the Pork Barrel King, President Benigno Aquino III. “Sinisigaw ang pare-parehong kaaway. Pero hindi tayo magkaisa laban sa iisang kaaway. Bakit naman?” But Vencer Crisostomo, co-convenor of the APM, disproved the supposed gap between the groups. He tweeted, “Anti-pork groups [and] people are united as ever and determined to fight Pork Barrel King. Parallel actions and different forms are also good.” Also, Peachy Bretana, from the SPN, added that the groups “only cannot come up with a common stand when it comes to how far we fault this president and what stand to take as far as he is concerned.” The two alliances are on the same page in demanding for a quick investigation and conviction of all names involved, especially Aquino’s allies, which surfaced in the scam. On its website, the SPN lists three unity statements: Scrap the pork barrel system, account for all pork spent, and investigate and punish those who misuse pork. Despite the recent filing of plunder and graft charges against Senators Juan Ponce Enrile, Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada, and Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr., both SPN and APM emphasized their protests today on the investigation and punishment of all individuals whose names surfaced as linked to the scam. Protesters alleged that Aquino in engaged in “selective justice” after he insisted on the innocence of Budget Secretary Florencio Abad and some other Cabinet member and lawmakers in the scam. READ MORE...

ALSO: Independence Day protest vs pork barrel generally peaceful—police

As the Independence Day protest against the pork barrel system in Manila ends, the police deemed the rally as generally peaceful.“It was a peaceful gathering. Matahimik naman silang nagpahayag ng damdamin sa mga nasa itaas (They peacefully expressed their sentiments),” Superintendent ‎Fernando Opelanio, Manila Police District (MPD) ground commander at Mendiola, told INQUIRER.net.Although barbed wire barricades were set up by the police at Mendiola Peace Arch gate to block off ralliers, these were left untouched by the protesters unlike in the previous demonstrations. “So far there were no threats, no one even attempted to instigate tension,” he said. Around 5,000 protesters from different sectors converged at Liwasang Bonifacio and marched with lit torches to Mendiola denouncing anew the pork barrel system. “Pwede naman silang magpahayag ng damdamin (They could express their sentiments) anytime and anywhere. May demokrasya naman tayo (We have a democracy),” Opelanio added. Earlier the Philippine National Police (PNP) assured that it will provide maximum deployment of police officers and Civil Disturbance Management in all places of engagement to ensure peace and order for the June 12 celebration. THIS IS THE FULL REPORT.


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Alert Level 3 raised for Iraq; Filipinos urged to leave

MANILA, JUNE 16, 2014 (PHILSTAR)  The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) on Saturday announced that it has raised Alert Level 3 for Iraq because of the escalating violence in the country.

The DFA said that the alert level is raised over almost all areas in Iraq, except for the Kurdistan region, which remains under Alert Level 1.

"Kurdistan remains relatively calm," the DFA said.

Under Alert Level 3, Filipinos living in the areas affected by the conflict in a country are asked advised to seek repatriation.

"Filipinos in Iraq are enjoined to volunteer to return to the Philippines at government expense," the DFA said.

It added that it is already sending a rapid response team to Iraq to assist in the voluntary repatriation of the Filipinos.

POEA imposes OFW ban in Iraq By Sheila Crisostomo and Pia Lee-Brago (The Philippine Star) | Updated June 15, 2014 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) yesterday imposed a ban on the deployment of Filipino workers to Iraq due to the deteriorating security situation in the Arab country.

POEA administrator Hans Leo Cacdac said the ban “is in line with crisis alert level three imposed by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA).”

Crisis alert level three entails voluntary repatriation, with the Philippine government shouldering the cost of repatriation.

The DFA raised crisis alert level three for most parts of Iraq, except the Kurdistan region which remains relatively calm and stable. Kurdistan is still under alert level 1 or precautionary phase.

The jihadist group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has seized a large swathe of northern Iraq, including the second city of Mosul, and has threatened to advance toward Baghdad.

There are around 500 Filipino workers in Iraq, mostly working in United States military facilities in Baghdad.

The United Nations has expressed “extreme alarm” at reports of summary executions, extrajudicial killings and displacement of half a million people, many of whom are now in urgent need of shelter.

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay said reports suggest the number of people killed in recent days may run into the hundreds and the number of wounded is approaching 1,000.

With the worsening security situation, the DFA urged Filipinos in Iraq “to return to the Philippines at government expense.”

The POEA also reminded recruitment agencies and employers that it is their primary responsibility to repatriate Filipino workers, especially since recruiters are covered by compulsory repatriation insurance.

The DFA is sending a rapid response team to Iraq to assist in the voluntary repatriation of Filipinos. The department also continues to closely monitor the political and security developments in the Arab country.

Travel exemptions

Meanwhile, travel exemptions for Filipino workers returning to Libya have been approved, but crisis alert level three remains in effect for that country.

The DFA, in consultation with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), POEA and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, approved travel exemptions for several Filipino workers who have existing and valid contracts with their employers in Libya.

Filipino workers allowed to return to Libya are household service staff employed by diplomats in foreign embassies; those employed by the UN and other international organizations in Libya; those working offshore in oil rig platforms provided that they will not pass through mainland Libya nor spend their vacation there; those working for multinational companies, government hospitals and schools and the Libyan National Oil Co.; and Filipinos who are married to Libyans.

“These overseas Filipino workers will also need to secure a letter from their employers guaranteeing their safety, security and repatriation in case the situation in Libya deteriorates and imminent danger to their lives and well-being is present,” the DFA said.

The DOLE and POEA will announce the implementation date and issue the guidelines so the Filipino workers can avail themselves of these exemptions.

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Why Father’s Day won’t be the same for this Navy officer By Frances Mangosing INQUIRER.net 5:21 pm | Saturday, June 14th, 2014
 


Photo courtesy of Commander Ramonito Sabang

MANILA, Philippines — Father’s Day will never be the same for this Navy officer who lost all his three children to Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan).

“I don’t know the meaning of Father’s Day anymore. I have no plans [on that day],” said Commander Ramonito Sabang, father of three girls: Airah Laine, 16; Shairah Mi, 11; and Mikairah Mari, 9.

“It’s really hard to adjust. If I remember what happened I get sad. Sometimes I still cry. It’s not easy to lose all your children,” Sabang told INQUIRER.net in a phone interview on Friday, June 13.

He was assigned as commanding officer of Navy ship BRP Magat Salamat (PS-20) in Eastern Mindanao but was in Cebu to fix official matters when Yolanda crippled Eastern Visayas, including Tacloban City in Leyte province seven months ago.

Sabang’s family lived in a village called Happy Homes in Leyte’s capital. The initial plan was he would either fly home or his family would fly to Cebu. But transportation had been difficult days before Yolanda hit.

“I was worried. By 7:30 a.m. [of November 8] I already lost contact with them. I asked Naval Forces Central about updates but there weren’t any,” Sabang said.

He was able to ride the first Navy ship that sailed to Tacloban after the storm by 12 midnight of November 9. They were supposed to arrive in Tacloban by Sunday afternoon, but the ship had minor problems that caused delays. They arrived about 7 p.m. on Sunday, November 10.

“When I arrived my children were just buried in a mass grave. If I had arrived earlier I could have seen them. I went to the cemetery with a Navy chaplain who was also looking for his family,” he said.

In the darkness of the night at the cemetery, he saw his wife who just came from the burial.

“By then I felt everything was shattered,” he said.

His three daughters and their househelp were killed in a 15-foot storm surge. His wife was able to survive.
The loss left him depressed. His loved ones, family and friends, consoled him.

“It will probably take years for me to recover. Even as I speak, it still hurts,” he said.

But the Navy officer never blamed anyone or God over his children’s fate and in fact even prayed harder.

“I never blamed God. I used to go to church only every Sunday but I added more days,” Sabang said, adding that his faith has become stronger.

As a military man, Sabang has spent so much time away from his family.

Military officers get a 15-day break every three months. But sometimes the requests get denied when they are on operations.

“In a way I regret that I was not able to give them my full time. But this is my work, most of my assignments are far away from my family,” the 47-year old Sabang said.

In their last Christmas together in 2012, Sabang was able to take his children to his ship. At that time they finally had an idea about the nature of his job.

“They used to think I was jobless because when I go home I only spend time with them. I cook for them, I stay at home. We go out. But just when they were beginning to understand, this happened,” he said.

Sabang is now assigned as Commander of Fleet Maintenance and Support Group of the Philippine Fleet based in Cebu.
Before the tragedy, Sabang was full of ambition just like other military officers driven in their careers.

“We all know that we work hard for our children, our families. We endure being away from our families because it is part of our career path to take certain assignments. But look at what happened. Right now, I don’t know [anymore]. Come what may,” he said.

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Independence Day: Spotlight on regions By Delon Porcalla (The Philippine Star) | Updated June 12, 2014 - 12:00am 10 237 googleplus5 0


Soldiers hoist the Philippine flag during a rehearsal for the Independence Day rites at Rizal Park yesterday. Inset photo shows 15-year-old artist Andre Manguba with his work portraying Filipino heroes, among the winning entries of an international poster making contest. EDD GUMBAN

MANILA, Philippines - President Aquino will lead today’s Independence Day celebration with a flag-raising ceremony in Naga City to highlight the contribution of different regions in the country’s attainment of freedom and democracy.

This developed as critics claimed that the Independence Day celebration in Naga is Aquino’s way of running away from today’s protest rallies against the pork barrel scam.

The Palace, however, was quick to debunk the critics, saying it has been the President’s tradition to visit places that have significantly contributed to the country’s independence.

Presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda said last year Aquino celebrated Independence Day at the Liwasang Bonifacio in Manila; in Malolos, Bulacan in 2012, and in Kawit, Cavite in 2011.

“He’s been moving around to highlight the regions’ contribution in the struggle for independence,” Lacierda said.

After the 7 a.m. flag-raising in Naga City, Aquino will fly back to Manila to lead the vin d’honneur at Malacañang at noon.

Deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte urged protesters to make the rallies peaceful and orderly, as she noted their right to air their grievances.

Meanwhile, Vice President Jejomar Binay will lead the wreath-laying ceremony at Rizal Park in Manila, as part of the Independence Day celebration.

Binay will be joined by Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada, Vice Mayor Isko Moreno and members of the city council.

Free MRT, LRT rides

Passengers of the Metro and Light Rail Transits Lines 1 and 2 will be treated to free rides today as part of the celebration of the country’s 116th Independence Day.

Hernado Cabrera, LRT Authority corporate secretary and MRT-LRT spokesman, said the free rides would be available from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

“The gates will be open during those time,” Cabrera told The STAR, adding passengers don’t need to present IDs or any other requirement.

Cabrera said that security check would still be conducted for the safety and security of everyone.

Additional pay

Workers who will report for work today will get additional pay, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) announced yesterday.

Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz said the workers would receive double their regular daily pay.

Since June 12 is a regular holiday, Baldoz said, the law requires employers to pay workers who did not report for work and provide additional pay to those who would extend services.

“For work done during the regular holiday, employees will get 200 percent of their regular salary,” she said.

The Labor chief said workers who would render services in excess of eight hours would be paid an additional 30 percent of their hourly rate.

Workers whose rest day is today but are required to work will get an additional 30 percent of their daily rate and another 30 percent for work done in excess of eight hours.

DOLE will hold a job fair at the Rizal Park where over 35,000 local and overseas jobs will be available.

Militant workers, on the other hand, are taking to the streets to call for the prosecution of all personalities involved in the pork barrel scam and for the junking of the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA).

Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) chair Elmer Labog is urging the public to join the Independence Day protest actions.

KMU members will gather at Plaza Sta. Cruz and will join other organizations under Bayan in Liwasang Bonifacio before marching to Mendiola.

Red alert

The National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) has been on heightened alert since yesterday to secure the Independence Day celebration.

NCRPO chief Director Carmelo Valmoria said they have not received any report of threats to sabotage the commemoration.

“We are closely monitoring the intelligence community and so far, there is no report coming from the threat groups,” Valmoria said, noting they are ready for any group who may take advantage of the situation.

Aside from protest actions, the NCRPO will deploy security forces in four areas of Metro Manila where flag-raising ceremonies will be simultaneously held.

The NCRPO vowed to observe maximum tolerance in dealing with the protesters.

Manila traffic re-routing

A traffic re-routing scheme will be implemented in Manila today for the Independence Day celebration.

Vehicles that will pass South Drive along Roxas Boulevard going to Rizal Park are advised to turn left on Katigbak Drive and right to Independence Road.

At 6:30 a.m., the north and south lanes of the boulevard and the stretch of South Drive toward Independence Road will be closed.

Motorists coming from northern Manila are advised to turn left to P. Burgos Street, right to T.M. Kalaw, left to M.H. del Pilar and right to Quirino Avenue.- With Rainier Allan Ronda, Dino Balabo, Jose Rodel Clapano, Mayen Jaymalin, Ric Sapnu, Non Alquitran, Cecille Suerte Felipe, Ric Sapnu, Charlie Lagasca, Edith Regalado, Aie Balagtas See


Andres Bonifacio Monument in Naga City. via Facebook page. President Benigno Aquino III is commemorating the 116th Philippine Independence day at Naga City at the monument of Andres Bonifacio – atapang na tao! - See more at: http://alturl.com/7vret COURTESY OF iNEWMEDIA.ORG

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Anti-PDAF groups split on Freedom day rally Posted on 2014/06/13 6:31:19 PM by TNP in Features, News // 0 Comments


Protesters drew their bolos and shot at the photographs of public officials linked to the pork barrel scam. Photo courtesy: April Anne Benjamin-by: April Anne Benjamin

MANILA – Thousands of Filipino people marched the Manila streets yesterday carrying anti-graft placards as the Philippines marked its 116th Independence Day. The thousands-strong crowd, however, was splitting to two different routes.

The two biggest anti-pork barrel groups both held rallies to demand punishment to all public and private individuals who were linked in channeling billions-worth of public funds to bogus non-government organizations.

The Scrap Pork Network (SPN), composed of civil society groups, gathered at the Kartilya ng Katipunan Shrine, while the militant-led Abolish Pork Movement (APM) staged their protests not one kilometer away at Liwasang Bonifacio.

Political satirist Mae Paner, popularly known as Juana Change, expressed her highest hopes of uniting the two alliances saying that they will only succeed “knocking down the enemy” when they are together.

Depicting a broomstick metaphor, she added, “Kung sama-sama, hindi yan mababali. Mapapalitan natin ang lahat ng nakaupo na walang inintindi kundi ang sarili nila.”

Paner also pointed out the sameness of the groups’ “enemy” – the Pork Barrel King, President Benigno Aquino III. “Sinisigaw ang pare-parehong kaaway. Pero hindi tayo magkaisa laban sa iisang kaaway. Bakit naman?”

But Vencer Crisostomo, co-convenor of the APM, disproved the supposed gap between the groups. He tweeted, “Anti-pork groups [and] people are united as ever and determined to fight Pork Barrel King. Parallel actions and different forms are also good.”

Also, Peachy Bretana, from the SPN, added that the groups “only cannot come up with a common stand when it comes to how far we fault this president and what stand to take as far as he is concerned.”

The two alliances are on the same page in demanding for a quick investigation and conviction of all names involved, especially Aquino’s allies, which surfaced in the scam.

On its website, the SPN lists three unity statements: Scrap the pork barrel system, account for all pork spent, and investigate and punish those who misuse pork.

Despite the recent filing of plunder and graft charges against Senators Juan Ponce Enrile, Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada, and Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr., both SPN and APM emphasized their protests today on the investigation and punishment of all individuals whose names surfaced as linked to the scam.

Protesters alleged that Aquino in engaged in “selective justice” after he insisted on the innocence of Budget Secretary Florencio Abad and some other Cabinet member and lawmakers in the scam.

Aquino, in his Independence Day speech, deflected this criticism saying “we followed the correct process.”

He defended, “We could have rushed this from the onset, bringing to court accusations without sufficient proof—if our intention was to simply damage the reputation of the candidates accused. However, as you have witnessed, we chose to pursue the truth by using the proper system.”

Ricardo Penson, spokesperson of the Alliance for Truth, Integrity and Nationalism, said, “Today, when people stand against a system, is time the people are claiming the independence from corruption. For the last 115 years, the Filipino people are celebrating the independence of their oppressor, the Aguinaldo to the present Aquino administrations.”

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Independence Day protest vs pork barrel generally peaceful—police By Julliane Love De Jesus INQUIRER.net 9:08 pm | Thursday, June 12th, 2014
 


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MANILA, Philippines—As the Independence Day protest against the pork barrel system in Manila ends, the police deemed the rally as generally peaceful.

“It was a peaceful gathering. Matahimik naman silang nagpahayag ng damdamin sa mga nasa itaas (They peacefully expressed their sentiments),” Superintendent ‎Fernando Opelanio, Manila Police District (MPD) ground commander at Mendiola, told INQUIRER.net.

Although barbed wire barricades were set up by the police at Mendiola Peace Arch gate to block off ralliers, these were left untouched by the protesters unlike in the previous demonstrations.

“So far there were no threats, no one even attempted to instigate tension,” he said.

Around 5,000 protesters from different sectors converged at Liwasang Bonifacio and marched with lit torches to Mendiola denouncing anew the pork barrel system.

“Pwede naman silang magpahayag ng damdamin (They could express their sentiments) anytime and anywhere. May demokrasya naman tayo (We have a democracy),” Opelanio added.

Earlier the Philippine National Police (PNP) assured that it will provide maximum deployment of police officers and Civil Disturbance Management in all places of engagement to ensure peace and order for the June 12 celebration.


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