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PANGASINAN KAPITANS FOR JACK ENRILE


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Abono party-list chairman Rosendo So said that Village chiefs in Pangasinan are united behind senatorial bet Jack Enrile. Also present during the convention of the village executives held recently in Clark, Pampangga was Abono Party-list Rep. Robert Raymund Estrella Jr. Estrella said Nationalist Alliance senatorial candidate Enrile is fully supported by the punong barangays of Pangasinan. Enrile and Abono are collectively working for food sovereignty in the halls of congress. BRANDO CORTEZ

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April 1, 2013 at 8:41 am Leave a comment

New Linggayen mayor implements fiscal reform


By Mortz C. Ortigoza
LINGAYEN – The newly installed mayor of this capital town said the first order of the day under her administration is fiscal reform and cleanliness.
Mayor Edith Hallari said she has already readied the fiscal reform she is going to implement to save more funds.
She is geared to investigate the controversies involving the former treasurer who was hurriedly assigned at the provincial’s treasurer office after the bursar was linked to a transaction involving more than ten million pesos of municipal fund. (more…)

April 1, 2013 at 8:34 am Leave a comment

Political bigwigs support De Vera for Prov’l Board


By Mortz C. Ortigoza
DAGUPAN CITY – A political pundit here predicted that the chances of former Bayambang Mayor Leo de Vera Jr. to win a seat in the provincial board are bigger after other mayors endorsed him.
The source who asked anonymity opined that Sta. Barbara Mayor Carlito Zaplan and Calasiao Vice Mayor Roy Macanlalay have told media men that they give their unconditional all out support to De Vera – their former colleague in the League of Mayors in the Philippines – Pangasinan chapter. (more…)

April 1, 2013 at 8:33 am Leave a comment

CORTEZ: Suicide, Heart at Chiz


brando-masoSUICIDE NI KRISTEL. Bago po natin pag-usapan ang title, seryoso muna tayo.

Narito po ang suicide letter ni Kristel Tejada ng UP College Manila na nagpakamatay dahil sa tuition fee.

Mahal na mahal ko ang pamilya ko. At lahat din ng iba pang nagmamahal sa akin. Di ko lang talaga rin kinaya. Sana mapatawad at ipagdasal niyo ko. Salamat sa lahat magkikita pa ulit tayo. Sorry pero kailangan ko lang talagang gawin to. Tandaan: Without true love, we’re nothing.

Para doon man sa hindi nakakaintindi ng Filipino Language narito po ang English translation.
I love my family very much, and all those who love me. I just could not take it anymore. I hope that they will forgive me and pray for me. Thank you for everything and we will see each other again. Sorry but I really need to do this. Remember : Without true love, we’re nothing.

Natangal po sa trabahao ang father niya at naging taxi driver. May dalawa siyang kapatid na parehong matatalino din.

Nakapasa si Kristel sa UPCAT or University of the Philippines College Admission Test kaya naman nakapag-enrol siya sa UP. Sa kursong behavioral science.

Dahil natangal sa trabaho ang kanyang father, napilitan si Kristel na kumuha ng student loan at unti-unti nilang binayaran ito.

Dumating ang second semester at hindi siya officially enrolled pero nagtiyaga siyang pumasok sa klase kahit hindi siya kasama sa roll call ng attendance.

Tatlong beses si Kristel, kasama ng kanyang father na nagpunta sa UP administration para humingi ng palugit at magpapalit ng category bilang iskolar ng bayan dahil nagbago ang earning capacity ng kanyang pamilya.

Na-disapprove…Nagsuicide… patay.

SUICIDE NI NANI. Marami ang nagsasabi na suicide daw po ang pagtakbo ni NANI BRAGANZA para governor ng Pangasinan.

Sabi ni Lola Pepay De Vera, isang political analyst na walang college degree at wala din masteral degree sa kahit na anong college o university…isang political suicide daw po ang pagbangga ni mayor NANI Braganza sa incumbent governor.

Actually hindi ko pa nga puedeng gawing reference person si Manang Pepay dahil, hindi siya kilalang political analyst sa loob ng academe…pero sa dinami-dami na ng elections na dumaan sa buhay niya magaling siyang political analyst.

Ang incumbent ay nasa kanyang second term at mataas ang level of awareness.

Una, wala siyang pera para sa…

Pangalawa, wala siyang mga volunteers na may allowance…

Pangatlo, wala siyang mga mayor, vice mayor at mga kapitan na tutulong sa kanya sa kanyang pag-ikot.

Pang-apat, wala siyang suporta mula sa malalaking tao sa Pangasinan.

Pang-lima, si Presidente Aquino lang daw ang supporter ni Nani Braganza. (more…)

April 1, 2013 at 8:33 am Leave a comment


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April 1, 2013 at 8:29 am Leave a comment

EDITORIAL: Mas matatalo nang kandidatong sayaw at kanta


May isang survey na lumabas na mas matino na ang mga botante ngayong 2013.

Iba na ang kanilang hinahanap sa kandidato.

Ayon sa survey, mas malamang na matalo ang pasayaw sayaw lang o pakanta kanta lang…4% lang ng botante ang boboto sa mga ito.

Ayon sa suvey, ang pinkamabuting paraan upang kumbinishin ang botante ay sa pamamagitan ng house-to-house campaign at dialogue type na advertisements at collaterals. (more…)

April 1, 2013 at 8:23 am Leave a comment

Lending programs for small farmers, fishermen is key to food sovereignty – Enrile


United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) senatorial bet and Cagayan Rep. Jack Enrile believes
that easy access by small farmers and fishermen to lending facilities could bring the country
towards food security and sovereignty.

Enrile pointed out that in 2012, a total of P39.9 billion in loans from the Land Bank of the
Philippines were extended to small farmers and fishermen in Central Luzon, Cagayan Valley, and
Central Visayas.

“Clearly, this is a step in the right direction if our government is serious about
upgrading the country’s status from the world’s largest rice importer to a food exporter in the near
future,” Enrile said.

“Given the right infrastructure, the proper funding and subsidy, our country
could well be on its way to food sovereignty. Our agricultural sector especially here in Central
Luzon, Cagayan Valley, and Central Visayas, have all the potential to achieve, if not exceed, target
production on a yearly and consistent basis,” he added.
Enrile filed House Bill 4626 or the “Food for the Filipinos First Bill”, which he envisions to provide a

mandatory path to self-sufficiency and security in rice for the country. The bill is specifically meant
to raise total agricultural production with the corresponding increase in income for farmers and
other stakeholders in the agriculture sector. It also aims to bring down the prices of food products.

The loans extended to the agricultural sector were released through 900 farmers and fishermen
cooperatives, 300 countryside financial institutions and 200 associations of irrigators.

“Still, there is a need to institutionalize these banking policies and other related practices through
the right legislation. A strategic Food Master Plan could help the country regulate food production
and anticipate expected shortages caused by natural calamities,” Enrile said.

April 1, 2013 at 8:20 am Leave a comment

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