CORTEZ: Kapag bago ang Constitution, I will insist, ‘no party list.’ Inabuso lahat ‘yan

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CONGRESS FIGHTS. Natapos na ang fight para sa Senate presidency at si Sen. Koko Pimentel ang pumalit kay Senator Franklin Drilon.
 
Nanalo naman bilang Speaker ng House of Representative si Bebot Alvarez ng 1st District ng Davao del Norte.
 
Si Pimentel, si Alvarez at si PDuterte ay pare-parehong taga Mindanao.
 
FEDERALISM FIGHT. Binibilisan ni PDuterte ang laban para sa Federalism.
 
Matapos ang kanyang State of the nation Address ay sabay  sabay ang mga inilulunsad na forum sa iba’t ibang bahagi ng bansa tungkol sa federalism.
 
Sibat na si PDuterte kung approved na ang federal system of government kahit sa loob ng six year term niya.
 
You know, my advice to you is: maintain a federal system, a parliament, but be sure to have a President. Huwag, hindi na ako niyan, I’m disqualified and by that time I would no longer be here. But I can commit today, to the Republic of the Philippines and its people, if you hurry up the federal system of government and you can submit it to the Filipino people by the fourth, fifth year — kasi proseso ‘yan eh. You call for a referendum and after that call a presidential election, I will go. Sibat na ako. Sabi ni PDuterte
 
Prefer ni PDuterte ang federal system ng France. Naiintindihan ni PDuterte na sanay na kasi ang mga Pilipino na bumoboto sa isang presidente.
 
But you must have a president. You copy the France system. Huwag mong hayaan ‘yang puro na parliament, delikado yan. It takes time even for the—iyong kagaya ng England ‘no, because of this bomb on the double deck, took them time really because there is no one apparatus for the Commander-In-Chief down. You cannot be president, you can elect.
 
Unpredictable ang mga botanteng Pilipino. Malay niyo si Tito Sotto ng maging first president ng Federal Republic of the Philippines.
 
Maybe Tito Sotto will be a lucky guy at the time. Oh ‘di, limitahan mo lang. Ceremonial powers, power to dissolve, power to offset the resolution or whatever. Mandating you this, do that… or ceremonial powers, except in times of need. If there’s a demand for action, you must have a president. Wala na ako niyon. I said if you can give me that document, I will urge you to conduct, to order a… call for an election the following day, following week. And even if there’s still two years, three years, I will go. Okay na ako. Do not worry about me, sabi ni PDuterte.
Nanalo si PDuterte kahit hindi siya suportado ng mga congressman, ng mga governor, ng mga barangay captains.
 
Hindi talaga nakaka-deliver ng boto ang mga partido pulitkal sa presidential campaign, kahit na sa senatorial campaign.
 
I am into… too that’s much ambitious. Eh nanalo pa eh. Hindi ko nga alam kung bakit ngayon, noon nandoon lang ako oh. Totoo man. Sino ba nagsuporta sa akin dito? Wala man. Not a single congressman, except for two provinces, governor. Iyon lang. Wala akong barangay captain, wala akong… wala lahat. Pero ngayon… sabi ni PDuterte.
 
WOMEN’S FIGHT. Ang laban para sa presidency ng Philippine Councilors League Pangasinan Chapter ay sa pagitan nina incumbent president Sheila Perez at ni vice president Judy Vargas.
 
Walang kinalaman ang Nationalist Peoples Coalition o ang PDP Laban sa Perez versus Vargas fight.
 
Hindi ito laban ng Cojuangco at Espino kahit na Espino ang nagtaas ng kamay ni Vargas. Wala namang itinaas na kamay ang Cojuangco.
 
Sanay na sa labanan para sa PCL presidency ang mga Perez.
 

Katunayan niyan ang pagiging PCL president ni BM Dong Perez at BM Shiela Perez. Magkapatid po sila.
 
TELCOS FIGHT. Sa larangan ng telecommunications giants na Globe at Smart… may fight din sa pag-provide ng services para sa 8888 hotline ni PDuterte para sa mga sumbong ng bayan.
 
Gusto ng Globe na may bayad na five pesos ang tawag sa 911 at 8888.
 
Iba talaga ang mga Ayala na may-ari ng Globe…basta pera. Hahaha.
 
Ayala ang nagpa-uso na may bayad ang parking sa Makati.
 
Payag naman ng Smart na libre ang tawag sa 911 at sa 8888.
 
“If the government will instruct us to make it free, no problem,” sabi ni Ramon Isberto, head ng PLDT/Smart Public Affairs.
 
Iba talaga ang mga Ayala na may-ari ng Globe…basta pera. Hahaha.
 
FIGHT FOR LIFE. May mga nag-iingay ngayon sa irespeto daw ang buhay. Ang buhay ng mga pinapatay.
 
Nandiyan ang simbahan, nadiyan ang Ateneo, nandiyan ang La Salle. Lahat sila biglang concerned for life ngayon.
Nasaan ang boses nila nang lumabas ang report ng UN Commission on Human Rights na araw araw ay may mga extra judicial killings na nangyayari sa Pilipinas?
 
Nasaan ang mga anti extra judicial killings noong may naganap na 1,206 extrajudicial killings, 206  enforced disappearances, 1,028 victims of torture noong panahon ni presidente Arroyo?
 
Nasaan sila nang inaabuso ang human rights ng mga Pilipino sa panahon ni PNoy?
 
With less than two years left in office, the administration of President Benigno Aquino III continues to send mixed signals about its commitment to improve human rights in the Philippines. Although the number of cases of extrajudicial killings, torture, and enforced disappearances by state security forces has declined in the last four years, such abuses regularly occur.  They are fueled by the government’s  lack of political will to end the longstanding impunity enjoyed by the police and armed forces, a dysfunctional criminal justice system, and military resistance to accountability sabi ng 2015 report ng Human Rights Watch.
 
Failure ang PNoy administration, dahil failure din ang simbahan, ang Ateneo at ang La Salle sa paglaban kontra human rights abuses noong panahon iyon.
 
While human rights was a key agenda for Aquino when he took office in 2010, he has failed to make good on many of his commitments, chiefly his expressed intent to end killings of activists and journalists and bring those responsible to justice.  Aquino risked losing political capital by suggesting a term extension for the president, and he found himself at odds with the Supreme Court by calling it an impediment to his proposed reforms, dagdag na laman ng report ng Human Rights Watch.
 
PARTY-LIST FIGHT. Isang sorpresa ang nasabi ni PDuterte na dapat daw po ay burahin na ang Party-List system sa Pilipinas dahil inaabuso lang ito.
 
Matapos manalo ni PDuterte bilang pangulo ay naglabas ng statement ang Party-list coalition para magbigay ng suporta. Babawiin kaya nila ito?
 
Hindi naman alam ng party-list coalition na kasama pala sa legislative agenda ni PDuterte ang abolition ng Party-List system. Ngek!
 
“‎Your overwhelming victory in the electoral process clearly reflects that you are the answer to the clarion call of a country starved for change. As you and your supporters repeatedly say: Change is coming. We are ready to embrace this change and hope to help you change the Philippines for the better,” said the coalition in a statement issued through Ako Bicol Rep. Rodel Batocabe and Agap Rep. Nicanor Briones.
 
” We will support him and respect the mandate given to him by the people. And together, we shall push for a legislative agenda pursuant to his program of action,” said the group.
 
Anyway, sinabi na rin ni PDuterte na pati buong congress eh abolish niya. Hahaha!
 
Ang sinasabi ni PDuterte ay may bumibili ng boto para manalo bilang party-list. Pero, may mga regular congressmen na bumibili din ng boto, hindi po ba?
 
Kasi ito ‘yung pera, kahit ano diyan mabili mo, United Idiots Association. Tatakbo. Nagkalat kayo diyan, sabi ni PDuterte.
 
Ipinasa ang Republic Act 7941na may titulong AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE ELECTION OF PARTY-LIST REPRESENTATIVES THROUGH THE PARTY-LIST SYSTEM, AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR noong March 3, 1995.
 
 Ito ang tinatawag na “Party-List System Act” kung saan ang mga sectoral na grupo ay may 20 percent representation sa buong kongreso.
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