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Inspiring ang huling araw ng sesyon ng Senado noong Oktubre 10 bago kami mag-break ng isang buwan...Read More
Senator Joseph Victor “JV” Ejercito on Saturday said he will block the passage of the proposed...Read More
Kung may pera sa basura, may trabaho naman sa imprastraktura! Sa massive infrastructure program ng...Read More
SOME 250 students of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) and Social Watch...Read More
Sa pananalasa ng bagyong ‘Ompong’ ay muling lumutang ang kabutihang loob ng mga Pilipino dahil...Read More
The merger of transport network companies (TNCs) Grab and Uber in Southeast Asia could lead to a monopoly that could be “extremely detrimental” to commuters. And this worried Senator JV Ejercito, who also noted on Thursday that...Read More
27 Senator JV Ejercito on Tuesday led the groundbreaking ceremony for two buildings worth P20 million each which will be constructed inside the Bohol Island State University’s (BISU) Balilihan campus. Ejercito was joined by...Read More
All’s well that ends well. Sen. JV Ejercito on Sunday indicated that everything’s well now between him and Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III. This was after Pimentel made an assurance that re-electionist...Read More
National Capital Region Police Office chief Oscar Albayalde also joins Dela Rosa and Ejercito as...Read More
Senators on Tuesday expressed their disappointment over the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) move to...Read More
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Congratulations to Energy Secretary Raphael Lotilla, Science and Technology Secretary Renato Solidum Jr., Information and Communication Technology Secretary Ivan John Uy, and Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista on your well-deserved confirmation earlier!
I would also like to extend the same greetings to Ambassadors Jaime Florcruz (China, with concurrent jurisdiction over North Korea and Mongolia), Maria Andrelita Austria (Canada), Maria Agnes Cervantes (Pakistan, with concurrent jurisdiction over Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan), Leo Tito Ausan (Bangladesh, with concurrent jurisdiction over Sri Lanka and Maldives), Anne Louis (Bahrain), Evangelina Lourdes Bernas (Austria, with concurrent jurisdiction over Croatia, Slovenia, and Slovakia), Mylene Garcia-Albano (as Non-Resident Ambassador to Palau, Micronesia, and the Marshall Islands, in addition to being Ambassador to Japan), Jaime Victor Ledda (Commission of the European Communities and Council of the European Union, in addition to being Ambassador to Belgium, with concurrent jurisdiction over Luxembourg), Teodoro Locsin Jr. (United Kingdom, with concurrent jurisdiction over Ireland and the bailiwicks of Jersey and Guernsey), Celeste Balatbat (Chile, with concurrent jurisdiction over Ecuador and Peru), Jose Cabrera III (Kuwait), Roberto Manalo (Iran, with concurrent jurisdiction over Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan), Belinda Ante (Timor-Leste), and more than 40 senior officials of the Department of Foreign Affairs for having been confirmed by the Commission on Appointments.
With your stellar credentials and excellent service records, I am confident that you will all perform your duties and mandates in an exemplary manner. I look forward to working with all of you in advancing our people's interests during these challenging times. Para sa Bayan!
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