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BY NINEZ CACHO-OLIVARES: NOOSE ON LEILA TIGHTENS
[RELATED: Time to see a psychiatrist, Leila]


OCTOBER 26 -Sen. Liela de Lima and her sidekick, Sen. Antonio Trillanes and his Magdalo crony, Rep. Gary Alejano, seem to be doing everything to destroy Rody, here and abroad, by coming up with resolutions calling for more and more probes on extrajudicial killings (EJK) after a probe had been done, where it was found that Leila’s witness, Edgar Matobato was found by the panel probe panel as having too many lapses and inconsistency in his testimony, but so far, they have been unsuccessful. Leila and Trillanes have made the EJK issue against Rody Duterte and even got in touch with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) prosecutor to probe Duterte’s violations of human rights in relation, again regarding the EJK, while defending herself against the allegations of her being complicit in the drugs trade with the prison drug lords. READ MORE...RELATED, Time to see a psychiatrist, Leila...


ALSO: EDITORIAL -Presidency is for 6 years, not 6 months


OCTOBER 27- The Philippine National Police (PNP) is taking a softer approach on the war on drugs as a result of broad suspicions of state-sanctioned or state-inspired extrajudicial killings (EJK) that accompany the campaign due to the rising number of casualties. A report said that the strategy shift will be called Project Double Barrel Alpha that will give more emphasis on the arrest of suspected drugs offenders, including drug lords. “We will give emphasis on arrests rather than neutralization,” a PNP official said about the new direction on the war on drugs. The official who talked with news agency Reuters said the new approach is being taken in response to the EJK allegations being heaped on the Duterte administration. The International Criminal Court (ICC) through chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda earlier indicated that the Duterte administration is under close monitoring for signs of officials “ordering, requesting, encouraging or contributing” to crimes against humanity. READ MORE..

ALSO: EDITORIAL - No good Chinese deals


OCTOBER 29 -Growing US government anxiety on Rody is showing in the way Rody is being treated in news stories coming out of the United States. Coupled with the uneasiness is an apparent campaign to smear Chinese companies that have entered into contracts with the government. A report of US government-ran Voice of America said Duterte’s shift in relations to China from the United States has raised questions about its effect on the Association of South East Asian Nations (Asean) economic community. It noted that the Philippines will take over the chairmanship of Asean next year as it marks its 50th anniversary. It cited the last Asean meeting in July that tackled security issues, mainly the dispute over the South China Sea and indicated that some members of the regional grouping were concerned about China’s rising influence. “Some have also raised questions about what America’s future role in Asean should be,” it noted. READ MORE...

ALSO: EDITORIAL - Economic team should speak up
(If not for his irreverent mouth, Rody could draw in investments like no other Philippine President ever did.)


OCTOBER 22 -The economic managers should make their voices heard by Rody on clearly reckless statements he makes which would impact on trade and the economy in general. While the economy continues to be robust, with some projections putting economic growth climbing to an average of above seven percent before Rody’s term ends, the pugnacious rhetoric against some of the country’s major trade partners is not expected to help perk up the economy. Sen. Franklin Drilon said the economic managers should propose a mechanism to blunt the impact of Rody’s uncontrollable mouth, primarily his rants against the country’s long-term allies. Rody is indeed opening up new windows for the economy with the steps he has taken to warm relations with China but Drilon said the country cannot afford to lose the support of its long-time allies, especially in the economic and development sectors.READ MORE...


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Noose on Leila tightens

MANILA, OCTOBER 31, 2016 (TRIBUNE) Written by Ninez Cacho-Olivares Wednesday, 26 October 2016 - Sen. Liela de Lima and her sidekick, Sen. Antonio Trillanes and his Magdalo crony, Rep. Gary Alejano, seem to be doing everything to destroy Rody, here and abroad, by coming up with resolutions calling for more and more probes on extrajudicial killings (EJK) after a probe had been done, where it was found that Leila’s witness, Edgar Matobato was found by the panel probe panel as having too many lapses and inconsistency in his testimony, but so far, they have been unsuccessful.

Leila and Trillanes have made the EJK issue against Rody Duterte and even got in touch with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) prosecutor to probe Duterte’s violations of human rights in relation, again regarding the EJK, while defending herself against the allegations of her being complicit in the drugs trade with the prison drug lords.

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But it does look like the noose around her neck is tightening, what with whistleblower Sandra Cam yesterday saying that the alleged drug lord, Kerwin Espinosa, who was arrested in Abu Dhabi last week, will reveal “big shot” officials involved in the country’s drug trade.

It will be recalled that a bodyguard-aide of Kerwin mentioned, in his affidavit, that Kerwin kept a blue nook that lists the names of several government officials during the time of the Aquino presidency.

Cam, who claimed she tipped authorities about Espinosa’s whereabouts, said the alleged drug lord’s list involves about 12 officials, including “governors, representatives and some generals.”

“These are big-time officials who are involved,” she told reporters at a forum in Quezon City.

The whistleblower, a senatorial candidate who supported then Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte in the May presidential polls, said these officials may have been in office during the previous administration.

She mentioned that the three-man police team that went to Abu Dhabi to coordinate the arrest, led by Senior Supt. Albert Ferro, was able to get the names when they interrogated Espinosa.

Cam added that Espinosa is expected to arrive in the Philippines in three weeks.

Kerwin is expected to name names and if the blue book list is bared, Leila’s goose may be cooked because Kerwin’s aide had already submitted the bluebook to the officials and mentioned Leila as being listed, despite Leila’s denials on her not knowing Kerwin even as a photo showed her with Kerwin.

Odd for her to say this, considering the fact that when she was Justice chief, any and all photos of senators with alleged brains of the pork barrel scam, Janet Lim-Napoles with the at two sitting senators who were deemed to be oppositionists and a political threat to the Liberal Party’s elections plans, Leila and of course the usual ambitious senators, especially Alan Cayetano and former Sen. TG Guingona, who lost his race for a Senate seat, known to practice the odious guilt by association style, now dismiss these allegations as they now apply to her.

One way I see it, the Department of Justice with a new chief, Vitaliano Aguirre has more than enough evidence on Leila and can file a case against her that will surely pass the probable cause, at the very least.

The case of the three senators charged with plunder had much less by way of testimonies and a lot of manufactured evidence yet three different courts found “probable cause” despite the fact that there were so many lapses in the suit filed by the selective Ombudsman, considering the fact that the Ombudsman filed a plunder case, without providing the senators the bill of particulars that every accused has to have to better defend themselves.

Liela knows that when the case against her is filed in court, she would not only be arrested but detained in jail.

One really should not sympathize with Leila today because despite her many denials and attacks on Aguirre and Rody, as well as all her talk about Aguirrre and the NBI manufacturing evidence, even before evidence is shown.

Leila should know all about “manufactured” evidence, since under her time as Justice chief, a lot of testimonies from Benhur Luy, her claimed pork scam whistleblower, who was proved to be a lying witness, and under oath, since even his claim of his hard disk drive copy of the so-called kickbacks that went to these three senators, this was found to have been made by him, as the entries failed to match and his hard drive was tampered with.

The noose tightens more, for Leila.

7 comments
red planet
Sung to Tom Jones'

DELILAH (THE LEILA)

I saw the senate circus question EJK widows
I saw the drug trafficking senator turn oh so blind
She was a drug woman,
As she deceived us we watched as she went out of her mind

My my my De-lima
Why why why oh Leila
I could see, that girl-s not good to Jaybee
Forced him to sell meth, yet still he can-not go free

At appointed day Leila’s witness sneaked away, Gordon‘s left waiting
She called him names, stood up in the house and walked out the door,
Then latter stood there laughing
First at press-cons then at exclusive girl schools she laughed some more

My my my De-lima
Why why why oh Leila
So before she got up to walk out the door
She taunted drug witnesses sige pa, imbento pa more

She stood there laughing
til’ news of Jaybee’s knife attack failed, she laughed no more

My my my De-lima
Why why why oh Leila
So before they come to break-up BUCOR
Forgive me Delima you can not tulak any more

Forgive me Delima you just can’t tulak any more

red planet Wednesday, 26 October 2016 08:03 Comment Link
DICK
The victms of Leila de Lima's manufactured evidence, Jinggoy and Bong Revilla , are eagerly waiting for her in jail. They might even give her a red carpet welcome befitting a grandmother of ďrug lords.

DICK Wednesday, 26 October 2016 04:21 Comment Link
Vikkoi
This De Lima totally immersed herself and indocrinated with this viscious virus of OPPORTUNISTIC JUDAS SYNDROME - a virus emanating from these vile and bilious Aquinos-Cojuangcos merged Family clan.

How hypocrite she is to dismiss easily with liberal discretion a captured photo association by her cohorts benefactors and at the same token pinned down her Boss' preceived detractors-opposition by the same mere photo association evidence...
WHAT A HYPOCRITE CRAPPY OPPORTUNISTIC NA LINTA!!!

This WITCH HAS ONE SET OF SELF RIGHTEOUS STANDARDS
that is only for themselves Yellows - and the same standards when applied to others but themselves takes on a different meaning and dynamics and legal effects.
Toungue In A Knee You, all you Judases and Makapilis

Vikkoi Wednesday, 26 October 2016 01:21 Comment Link
vg
The noose tightening around Delima's neck is a good sight to see for Filipinos. Let's not let her or anyone covered in drug money escape.

vg Tuesday, 25 October 2016 23:55 Comment Link
Glen
Naalala natin yong sinabi ng isang Filipino lawmaker after the Philippines liberation na para raw totally mawala ang lahat ng uri ng katiwalian sa mga nasa gobyerno at pati na dishonesty at corrupt minded na sakit ng halos lahat na Filipino ay hulugan ng bombs ang buong Pilipinas ng maubos na mga Filipino at kung may matira man siguro naman hindi na magiging corrupt dahil tiyak nadala na ang survivors..culture na kasi kaya kahit sino umupo president hindi mawawala totally ang mga masamang gawain na naturan ng mga Filipino.

Glen Tuesday, 25 October 2016 22:32 Comment Link
RizalinoArrabis
The usurping Senatong Erotica Leila de Lima had denied her connection to the drug lord but pictures of her in Catholic togetherness are quite telling of the true story behind. The noose is indeed tightening and she made herself surrounded by sexual condom nuns. Victimizers do pack together like birds of the same feather.

RizalinoArrabis Tuesday, 25 October 2016 22:13 Comment Link
Arch. Lito L. Mallonga
SA TINGIN KO LANG DITO GAYON TALAGAN MARAMING MASASABIT NA DITONG MATATAAS NA OPISYAL NG GOBYERNO. ABANGAN NA LANG NATIN ITO PAG DATING NA NI KERWIN. HINDI LANG DROGA ANG TIGNAN KUNG HINDI RIN ITONG MGA PAG AABUSO NG IBANG JUDGES NA KASAMA MGA ABUGADO SA PAG MAMANIOBRA NILA SA MGA MAGSASAKA. TAMA SI PRES. DUTERTE SA SINASABI NIYA NOON PA. PAMILYA KO GAYON NAKAKARANAS SA LUPANG MINANA NILA AT ITONG ABUGADO NA SIYANG HUMAHAWAK SA KASO SA MGA LUPA NILA MISMO KASABWAT ANG JUDGE.

HINDI NA DAPAT IKULONG MGA ITO. PAKAKAIININ MO PA . BITAYIN NA LANG PATIWARIK UPANG MAGING ARAL SA LAHAT.

Arch. Lito L. Mallonga Tuesday, 25 October 2016 18:49

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BY NINEZ CACHO-OLIVARES - OCTOBER 28, 2016

Time to see a psychiatrist, Leila Written by Ninez Cacho-Olivares Friday, 28 October 2016 00:00



Sen. Leila de Lima is so desperate these days that she is now in a hallucinatory state, as she now accuses former President Gloria Arroyo, accused pork barrel scam senators and the Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) of allegedly using President Rodrigo Duterte to exact their revenge against her.

At a press briefing with Senate reporters yesterday, Leila said “powerful” personalities whom she had investigated and charged in the past have allegedly formed political alliances to make her life difficult.
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Said she: “I’m referring to personalities, especially the powerful ones whose toes I stepped on when I was the Justice chief, even when this was my job to investigate.

“They are high-profile cases. Some people keep on blaming me until now for having barred Mrs. Arroyo from traveling. And even the President said that I will suffer the same fate of former President GMA. In other words, I will rot in jail,” Leila said.
That’s proof? From what Leila is saying, she clearly has no proof and she is merely speculating, as usual.

In the case of Mrs. Arroyo, Leila expounded, Gloria had been barred from leaving for abroad by Immigration, which is an agency under the Department of Justice (DoJ). This was done despite the Supreme Court (SC) ruling for government not to bar her from leaving the country.

At that time, there were no cases filed against Gloria, and armed by the permission granting her departure, Leila issued a watch list which she claimed gave her the power to bar whoever she wanted. Yet Leila must have known that her watch list order is not a hold departure order as it is only the courts that can issue HDOs as well as permission for persons to travel. Gloria certainly had the SC have her permission to leave.

De Lima, the DoJ secretary then, claimed that her watch list had to be enforced as the government has yet to receive a copy of the SC order then.

That’s a blatant lie, considering the fact that the SC permit for Gloria to leave for abroad was all over the media, and along with it, the fact that the Justice Department building is right next door to the SC building. She knew the order was coming and she left her office early, to avoid getting a copy of the SC ruling.

What Leila refuses to admit is the fact that she and Noynoy Aquino, then President, barred Gloria from leaving, despite her not having been charged as yet, and that she and then Comelec Chairman Sixto Brillantes quickly manufactured a charge of electoral sabotage, which is a non-bailable offense, to ensure that she would be jailed.

What Leila did was deliberate, to the point of ignoring the SC order for government not to bar Gloria from leaving the country.

Leila also accused a lawyer of Gloria, the INC and the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) commonly referred to as pork barrel senators whom Leila selectively investigated and filed charges before the just as selective Ombudsman, Conchita Carpio-Morales quickly charging them.

Leila says they are all allies today, GMA forces, and the PDAF senators.

“I know they have people who make her life difficult,” Leila said.

“These are the forces that have formed an alliance with the President. They were able to access the President, which is why they are fanning the President’s anger at me, helping the President for their own respective agenda, which is also to get back to me. Payback time is what they think as they keep on moving against her.”

De Lima said “one or two” senators charged for their involvement in the multi-billion PDAF scam also have an ax to grind against her.

“Maybe not all three. My just one of them. That’s based on my own information but as I said I cannot validate fully or conclusively,” she said.

Leila recalled that in a past confirmation hearing by the Commission on Appointments, one of the members opposed her appointment and threatened to reveal an alleged sex video.

“I don’t have to name him. I think you know,” she said, referring to then Sen. Jinggoy Estrada.

What Leila does not say is the fact that Estrada, in the end, no longer opposed her confirmation.

Obviously, Leila has become too paranoid and having too many hallucinations.

What is clear is that it is Rody Duterte who has been vocal against her on the illegal drugs trade in the New Bilibid Prison. Is Liela claiming that these persons she accuses who are fanning Duterte’s anger against her?

One need only to see that Duterte’s anger at her is clearly fueled by whatever Leila says against him first.

It is time for Leila to see a psychiatrist. She probably needs medication immediately.


EDITORIAL -Presidency is for 6 years, not 6 months
Written by Tribune Editorial Thursday, 27 October 2016 00:00


The Philippine National Police (PNP) is taking a softer approach on the war on drugs as a result of broad suspicions of state-sanctioned or state-inspired extrajudicial killings (EJK) that accompany the campaign due to the rising number of casualties.
A report said that the strategy shift will be called Project Double Barrel Alpha that will give more emphasis on the arrest of suspected drugs offenders, including drug lords.

“We will give emphasis on arrests rather than neutralization,” a PNP official said about the new direction on the war on drugs.
The official who talked with news agency Reuters said the new approach is being taken in response to the EJK allegations being heaped on the Duterte administration.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) through chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda earlier indicated that the Duterte administration is under close monitoring for signs of officials “ordering, requesting, encouraging or contributing” to crimes against humanity.

READ MORE...

A UN special rapporteur on human rights is also scheduled to visit the country to look into the vigilante killings apparently on the proddings of the yellow mob.

The international response to the EJK allegations and the actions of Duterte’s critics appear coordinated with Sen. Leila de Lima calling for international action against Rody while her sidekick Sen. Antonio Trillanes, filed a new resolution in the Senate seeking the revival of the EJK probe now focusing on police officials and those allegedly involved in summary executions.

This was after the failed efforts through de Lima to squarely pin all the EJK deaths to Rody and the Davao Death Squad (DDS), a vigilante group being associated with Rody.

The whole culprit is the acid mouth of toughie Rody that seems to have a life of its own, one which issues threats such as “My God, I hate drugs. I have to kill people because I hate drugs,” “Hitler massacred three million Jews. Now, there are three million drug addicts. I’d be happy to slaughter them,” and other such ramblings.

Rody’s complacency is based on his belief that words would not be tantamount to the actual commission of what he has been saying, indicating for instance that it is not wrong to threaten criminals but coming from the President of a country, global observers are worried about the statements forming into actual policies.

Aides of Rody are worried that the recent erosion of his survey numbers to the almost unanimous above 90 percent grade to the recent 80 percent plus was the result of the international criticism of the war on drugs aside from his belligerent statements against the United States, United Nations and the European Union (EU).

The shift in the PNP campaign hopefully would provide impetus for Rody to also recalibrate his manner of addressing the public toward a more responsible presidency.

Rody’s critics, mainly the yellow Liberal Party (LP), are keenly watching the survey numbers waiting for the right opportunity to best launch another power grab while exerting an all-out effort to help along the fall in his popularity with the public.

De Lima, for instance, is calling for sanctions from the EU and the US on Rody, something which will squeeze Filipinos enough to withdraw their support on him.

The realization of the need to readjust the blitzkrieg approach on the war on drugs is a pivotal move.

Rody should not cram the eradication of crime and meeting all of his commitments to within unrealizable timeframes such as the six-month deadline that he had set for himself to remove the drugs menace.

Nobody among those who voted for him wanted a six-month president but instead what they required is a leader for the whole six years.


No good Chinese deals
Written by Tribune Editorial Saturday, 29 October 2016 00:00


Growing US government anxiety on Rody is showing in the way Rody is being treated in news stories coming out of the United States.

Coupled with the uneasiness is an apparent campaign to smear Chinese companies that have entered into contracts with the government.

A report of US government-ran Voice of America said Duterte’s shift in relations to China from the United States has raised questions about its effect on the Association of South East Asian Nations (Asean) economic community.

It noted that the Philippines will take over the chairmanship of Asean next year as it marks its 50th anniversary.

It cited the last Asean meeting in July that tackled security issues, mainly the dispute over the South China Sea and indicated that some members of the regional grouping were concerned about China’s rising influence.

“Some have also raised questions about what America’s future role in Asean should be,” it noted.

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In Japan, last Wednesday, Rody said he wanted all foreign troops out of the Philippines within “maybe two years” to which the report said “the US and the Philippines agreed in 2014 to let the American military use five bases in the country” and that “Duterte took office in June.”

It also noted that during a recent visit to Beijing, Duterte announced a “separation” with the United States in favor of China.
Duterte, however, then took back the strong language after returning home to the Philippines. He said what he really meant was “separation of a foreign policy,” the report noted.

Then it quoted Carl Thayer, who is a defense analyst with the University of New South Wales in Australia, as saying Rody should avoid making such statements without first discussing the policies with other Asean members.

Also what seems to be the start of a black ops against Chinese companies which the outgoing US Ambassador Philip Goldberg, who started the rumor mill going by stating in a television interview that two of Rody’s men Transportation Secretary Art Tugade and Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano went in advance of Rody’s China state visit for an “unpublicized” meeting with Chinese companies related to “trains.”

After Goldberg’s odd expose came a string of revelations about supposed Chinese companies with questionable backgrounds including one that supposedly landed in a World Bank blacklist as among the first wave of investors after Rody’s state visit.

What was being implied was that irregular deals were mostly the character of the wave of investments that Rody has opened with the improved relations with China.

Among examples of the sudden wave of stories coming out from wire agencies involved a Chinese state-owned company which supposedly was part of Beijing’s island-building in the South China Sea signing a deal to construct islands in Davao City.

“The deal with the Philippines’ Mega Harbor Port and Development was one of several inked as Duterte paid a state visit to China last week, when Beijing offered $9 billion in soft loans for development projects,” it noted.

Another was a supposed deal between the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) chief and Chinese firms “with tainted track records.”

The BCDA said China Road and Bridge Corp. (CRBC) expressed interest in the BGC-NAIA project while China Harbor Engineering Co. (CHEC) was interested in the SCRAP project.

The World Bank placed CRBC in a so-called negative list in 2009 after its internal investigation showed that the company had colluded with several Filipino and foreign companies in the bidding process for the first phase of the Philippine National Roads Improvement and Management Program.

All of the sudden surge in anti-Chinese deals came amid the statements of Rody that would throw the Asian pivot policy of the United States in disarray.

The yellow mob is all for the increasing tension between Rody and the US that the opportunistic horde expects to use in its favor.


Economic team should speak up Written by Tribune Editorial Saturday, 22 October 2016 00:00


The economic managers should make their voices heard by Rody on clearly reckless statements he makes which would impact on trade and the economy in general.

While the economy continues to be robust, with some projections putting economic growth climbing to an average of above seven percent before Rody’s term ends, the pugnacious rhetoric against some of the country’s major trade partners is not expected to help perk up the economy.

Sen. Franklin Drilon said the economic managers should propose a mechanism to blunt the impact of Rody’s uncontrollable mouth, primarily his rants against the country’s long-term allies.

Rody is indeed opening up new windows for the economy with the steps he has taken to warm relations with China but Drilon said the country cannot afford to lose the support of its long-time allies, especially in the economic and development sectors.

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The recent series of revolting comments on Europe and the United States mainly addressed to their leaders was mostly triggered by negative views on the conduct of his war on drugs primarily the demands for the respect of human rights.

China and Russia, according to Rody, respect problems that the country faces and the radical solution he is applying and their positive attitude deserve to be reciprocated.

Since Rody has admitted that economic management is his weak spot, he should listen to his able managers and his economic team should also learn to speak up.

Antagonizing both the US and the European Union puts at risk some $3 billion in economic aid or official development assistance (ODA) funds which are cheap loans that the country badly needs

Drilon said the government should take precautionary measures to cushion the impact of the reduction of foreign aid contributions to the country as a result of Duterte’s statements.

Not only concessional loans are endangered but also trade preferences mainly tariff exemptions on Philippine goods under the Generalized System of Preferences both in the US and the EU.

The impact of the loss of such privileges that are reviewed by the legislature of both the EU and the US yearly, would be on the country’s exports.

As a result of the weak global economy, the country’s exports receipts have contracted for the past 17 straight months.

Another factor likely to affect soured relations with the traditional partners are the livelihood of overseas Filipino workers whose remittances continue to prop the economy.

Drilon estimated that 25,000 Filipino seafarers in EU-registered vessels might be affected by a change in the cordial relations between the EU and the Philippines.

Rody is getting commendations for boldly setting out with a new independent path for the country’s foreign policy which is mainly weaning away the Philippines from the shadow of the United States.

The policy, however, should not be about breaking existing ties but improving those that have been neglected by his pro-American predecessor Noynoy.

The economy continues to get positive reviews from multilateral bodies as a result of sound policies and the concrete 10-point plan of Rody’s economic managers.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), in a recent review, cited the 10-point socioeconomic agenda to promote inclusive growth and reduce poverty incidence from the current 26 percent to 17 percent over the next six years via massive public investments.

The IMF said it welcomed the new government’s intent to sustain high growth and “accelerate poverty reduction,” noting that the economic program of Rody addresses poverty, income inequality and unemployment which persisted before his term despite the country’s favorable macroeconomic performance.

The IMF also noted that Rody’s 10-point agenda calling for a “more ambitious” inclusive growth strategy had tapped into a desire by Filipinos for change to tackle “the high levels of poverty and inequality that persist especially in rural areas despite years of robust economic growth.”

If not for his irreverent mouth, Rody could draw in investments like no other Philippine President ever did.


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