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‘Balanghai’ festival in Butuan kicks off VOL. 2, No. 294
B u t ua n C i t y - - T h e month-long celebration of the 26th “Balanghai Festival 2013” was formally launched Wednesday morning at Guingona Park, Butuan City. The activity was attended by top city officials led by Butuan City Mayor Ferdinand M. Amante Jr., city tourism council officials, representatives from the various sectors and event organizers. Amante in his message said that the festivities will be filled with some exciting events and programs to be anticipated by Butuanons and visitors who wishes to watch or take part of the said festival. Among the highlights of the festival was the opening of the beautiful fountain at the park. The city chief executive hoped full story on page 8
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VICE President Jejomar Binay speaks during a proclamation rally. Right, former Agusan del Sur lawmaker Ompong Plaza woos voters during a proclamation rally. Photos by Chris V. Panganiban, editor-at-lrge
Ompong groomed for House Speakership By CHRIS V. PANGANIBAN Editor-at-large
SAN Francisco, Agusan del Sur–– This early, former Agusan del Sur congressman Rodolfo “Ompong” Plaza is now groomed to become House Speaker when Vice President Jejomar Binay would make it to the
presidency by 2016. Veteran former senator Ernesto Maceda announced this in his campaign speech at the proclamation rally here on Wednesday by the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) led by Binay. “When Binay becomes president, Ompong is a candidate for speaker of the house,” he said.
Ompong, as he is popularly known in the province, his brother Victor and other local UNA bets were officially proclaimed by Binay during the rally attended by at least 5,000 people. He is making a strong comeback bid in the province’s second district against his sister,
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NPA holds 3 POWs in just 10 days DAVAO City––The New People’s Army in Southern Mindanao has arrested and detained three government troops in a matter of 10 days and few weeks before the May 13 elections. At 7 a.m. on April 19, the NPA’s Herminio Alfonso Command-Guerilla Front 53 arrested PO3 Maula Tato Ali, with Serial No. 099611, in a checkpoint at Sitio
Philsaga workers to get new wage hike By CHRIS PANGANIBAN Editor-at-large
ROSARIO, Agusan del Sur––More than 4,000 workers of a gold mining company will enjoy new wage increase within this year, a top company executive has assured. Lawyer Raul Villanueva, president of Philsaga Mining Corporation, told workers during the Labor Day celebration at mine site in Barangay Upper Co-o that the wage adjustment will be carried out to make good of his commitment when he assumed the top management post. Villanueva said the new wage adjustment will benefit to some 2,200 regular workers and 1,800 contract mine workers. The company has yet to determine the wage adjustments but assured they would announce it soon. Based on the minimum daily wage rates in Caraga region, industrial wage | page 11
GIANT PYTHON. Residents have difficulty holding on to a three-meter python they caught in Payawan 1 in Barangay Luna, Surigao City Monday, 29 April 2013. MIndaNews photo by Roel Catoto.
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Jobs crisis bolsters bleak poverty situation THE economic think tank Ibon Foundation has urged the government to immediately address the country’s jobs crisis amid the unchanged poverty situation in the country. The group said poverty is strongly correlated to unemployment, and government cannot expect poverty
to improve without creating enough jobs. The official poverty statistics show that poverty in the first half of 2012 was unchanged from the same periods of 2006 and 2009. According to Ibon, this is highlighted by the jobless situation in the country, which also stayed at the
same level in the period 2006-2012. This is consistent with the essentially unchanged poverty incidence of 27.928.8 percent in the same period. The real unemployment rate remained at 10.5-11.1 percent in the last six years. The unemployment rate
was generally declining between 1985 (12.6 percent) and 1997 (8.8 percent), during which time official poverty incidence correspondingly also fell from 44.2 percent (1985) to 31.8 percent (1997). The unemployment rate soared after 1997 to poverty | page 11
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Oro-Misor cluster posts high in foreign tourist arrivals in 2012 CAGAYAN de Oro City––The Cagayan de Oro-Misamis Oriental cluster was the most favored by foreign tourists among the other clusters in Northern Mindanao during the year 2012, the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) said. Data gathered by NEDA from the Department of Tourism (DOT) in the region show that 74 percent
of the 61,113 foreign tourists or 45,244 went to the Cagayan de Oro-Misamis Oriental last year. This was followed in by Camiguin with 9,389 foreign tourists and Ozamiz-TangubOroquieta-Misamis Occidental cluster with 3,083 foreign tourists. According to NEDA-10, the same destination preference could also be observed among domestic
travellers. The same DOT data further show that the top five foreign markets of the region were from Indonesia, Japan, Spain, China and Malaysia that registered the highest increase of around 145, 129, 113, 73 and 67 percent respectively. Based on the record, around 257 tourists were from Indonesia;
6,767 from Japan; 603 from Spain; 4,485 from China; and 671 from Malaysia. The overall tourist arrivals in the region however went down by 11 percent, from 1,664,481 in 2011 to 1,482,801 in 2012. Domestic arrivals decreased by seven percent from 1,421,688 to 1,536,590 visitors while foreign arrivals also decreased by more
Candidate exposes an assassination plot
CAMIGUIN––A candidate on Tuesday has exposed an election-related assassination attempt purportedly by political rivals in this island province of Camiguin. Homobono Adaza, a candidate for the lone congressional district of Camiguin under the Liberal Party-Nacionalista Party Coalition, expressed fear for his life after a confidante reportedly texted him of an assassination plot against him. “The message alleged that a provincial politician has reportedly contracted a gun-for-hire to liquidate me,” Adaza said. “Be careful, Sir. You have a P300,000 price on your head,” the message, Adaza claimed he received on April 26, 2013 said. Adaza said he has already a suspect in his mind but he is still validating reports about the assassination plot against him. According to Adaza, he is disclosing the assassination plot so that the suspect(s) FIRE POWER. A crewmember checks the 20-mm gun aboard the Philippine Navy would discontinue their sin- patrol boat 395 before patrolling in Surigao City 28 April 2013. MindaNews photo by Roel Catoto ister plans. CD/BB
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than half, from 127,891 to 61,113 visitors. The biggest decrease from the ‘Others and Unspecified Balikbayans’ segment at 80 percent pulled down the overall performance of the foreign arrival for the year, the NEDA-10 said. A report from Marie-Zil G. Malinao of the Philippine Information Agency, Region 10
Army commander likens NPAs to Abu Sayaff terrorists CAMP EVANGELISTA, Cagayan de Oro City––A top official of the army’s 4th Infantry Division here likened the New People’s Army (NPA) rebels to the Abu Sayyaf terrorists. Brig. Gen. Ricardo Visaya, commander of the army’s 4th ID, made the statement Thursday in recalling the ambuscade of the convoy of Gingoog city Mayor Ruthie Guingona in Misamis Oriental last week. Visaya said that the NPAs were like the Abu Sayyaf terrorists, robbers, and bandits although the descriptions were not enough. He challenged the NPA rebels to take on the military rather than sow terror and anguish among innocent civilians. Visaya, however, assured the people under his area of responsibility that the military would continue to deliver its mandate as protector of the people. “The NPAs efforts to sow terror in the countryside would not hinder the military in pursuing its objective of attaining peace and protecting the well-being of the state and its people,” Visaya added. CD/BB
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Oro council okays Anti-Bullying law SCHOOL administrators shall be responsible for the implementation and oversight of policies intended to address bullying in their respective schools. This is pursuant to Section 8 of the city’s antibullying law, which was approved on first reading by the 16th City Council during its regular session Monday presided over by Vice Mayor Caesar Ian E. Acenas. The ordinance requires school personnel, students, parents or volunteers to immediately report any instance of bullying or acts of retaliation witnessed or that has come to their attention to the school administrator, school officer, or person designated to handle such
issues. Upon receipt of such reports, the school administrator is required to promptly investigate the incident and notify the law enforcement agency if the designee believes that criminal charges may be pursued; take appropriate disciplinary action against the perpetrator; notify parents or guardian of victims regarding action taken to prevent any further acts of bullying or retaliation. The ordinance was authored by Councilor Ramon G. Tabor, upon noting the alarming problem of bullying between students. According to Tabor, bullying not only inflicts physical and psychological council | page 11
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Tail-end of a cold front affecting Extreme Northern Luzon. Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) affecting Southern Mindanao. Cagayan Valley, Northern Mindanao, Zamboanga Peninsula, Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), SOCCSKSARGEN and Southern Palawan will experience cloudy skies with light to moderate rainshowers and thunderstorms. Metro Manila and the rest of the country will be partly cloudy with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms mostly in the afternoon or evening.
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CAGAYAN de Oro City–– Four functional teams are currently manning the newly reactivated the Department of Agriculture Central Action Center (DACAC) for disaster preparedness and response. It is operating 24/7 and running in all provinces within the region, with Misamis Oriental and Camiguin operating jointly. Audy Maagad of the Department of Agriculture region 10 reported during the recent technical working group meeting of center | page 11
Mayor cheats death; triggerman captured By PJ Tremedal Correspondent
CAMP Nar anjo, Oroquieta City––Police authorities have foiled an attempt to assassinate the incumbent town mayor of Bonifacio in Misamis Occidental on Tuesday afternoon following a 15-minute gunfight that killed one of the suspects––and the arrest of four others, including the alleged triggerman. Acting Provincial Police Director Sr. Supt. Raul Araza Benitez told Mindanao Daily that the group of Sr. Insp. Noah Ycer Anniversario and policemen from the Police Public Safety Company in Bonifacio town have engaged in a 15-minute gunfight with the suspects while responding to a call of duty. According to the report, Mayor Samson Dumanjug of Bonifacio led a meeting with his supporters
The alleged triggerman, 40-year-old Wilson Cole (left), and his cohorts, point their fingers to the firearms which the police confiscated from them after the 15-minute gunfight in Barangay Marumbang in Bonifacio town in Misamis Occidental on April 30. Cole has admitted to the police that he was paid and hired to assassinate Bonifacio town mayor Samson Dumanjug, who is now running for vice mayor. Photo courtesy of PNP Provincial Office-Misoc
in Barangay Bagumbang on April 30 in connection with the coming May elections when he received
an information through his mobile phone that six armed men have positioned themselves in the
adjacent barangay. Sensing that he was in danger, Dumanjug immediately sought the help of Anniversario who was tasked to provide the security for the political meeting. Without any delay, Anniversario and his men proceeded to the area but while reaching the adjacent barangay the suspects started to shoot them. After the 15-minute gunfight, he said one of the suspects who he identified as Roy Salisali, a resident of Poblacion in Baroy town, Lanao del Norte, was found sprawling on the ground lifeless. The police also managed to arrest the alleged triggerman after the gunfight. He identified the triggerman as 40-year-old Wilson Egot Cole, also of Poblacion, Baroy. Cole reporttedly admitted to the police that he was hired and paid merely to kill Dumanjug, who is
running as vice mayor of Bonifacio town. Cole was captured with a picture of the incumbent mayor found in his pocket. Three of Cole’s alleged cohorts were also arrested by the police. They were identified as Cnsanto Sulmayor Asuzenas, 33, a former militia and resident of Barangay Darumawang, Lala, Lanao Norte; Ariel Capitan Lungay, 40, a resident of Barangay Darumawang, Lala, Lanao del Norte; and Marjonife Pameron Bantilan, 21, a resident of Barangay Pangi in Baroy town. The police confiscated from the suspect a caliber .357 revolver with serial number 192527 with four live bullets and an Ingram machine pistol with serial number 863150 with more than a dozens of live ammunitions of 9mm. Dumanjug is running as vice mayor of his wife Evelyn Dumanjug who is running for mayor.
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Truck burned over extortion By SPO1 Philip Amer P Mazo
CAMP RODRIGUEZ, Butuan City – Five fullyarmed members of the New People’s Army (NPA) recently burned a tenwheeler Saddam truck in Sitio San Antonio, Brgy San Roque, Bislig City. The truck driver, Bebot Tampos, reported to the police that while cruising Road 41 of said barangay, he and his helper Bebe Macaylas, as well as their motorcycle-riding escort Mario Ytac, were flagged down and ordered to disembark by the armed men, led by Commander Renato Sayatsat of Front Committee 14. Both Tampos and Macaylas were hogtied by the rebels, who subsequently torched the truck before leaving with Ytac and his motorcycle. The two, however, managed to untangle themselves and went home. Ytac has yet to be accounted for, as of press time. Truck-owner, Engineer Dodoy Go of Bislig City, revealed to have received threats for failure to heed to the NPA’s persistent demand for money days before the incident. (PAPM/ MMG/asf )
Illegal fishers arrested
Butuan City - Seaborne patrollers of the Carrascal Municipal Police Station and the 1303rd Maritime Police Station launched have arrested two fishers in the seawaters of Brgy Caglayag, Carrascal town, afternoon of April 30, this year. Arrested were Dionesio Mascardo Arcular, 38 years old of Brgy Songkoy and Marlon Macabudbud Balmoria, 37 years old of Brgy Rizal all in Socorro town, Surigao del Norte, who were caught for using a compressor in the trade. Confiscated from them were a motor banca powered by a 16HP engine, an air compressor with an 80-meter long hose, a pair of improvised diving fin, improvised spear gun, a flash light, a diving goggle and four kilos assorted species of fish. Arcular and Balmoria with the confiscated items were first placed in the custody of the 1303rd Maritime Police Station for documentation and later turned over to the Municipal Agriculturist’s Office of Carrascal for proper disposition. They were released the same day after putting up the administrative fine of P2,500 with the Municipal Treasurers Office on the same day. (PAPM/ MMG/asf )
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Caraga receives P9.5M AusAID educational support By Keneath John O. Bolisay
SURIGAO DEL NORTE - The Australian Government Overseas Aid program, through the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID), together with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), have recently turned-over educational facilities worth P9,588,295 to this province. Such facilities included five day care centers, three pre-school buildings and two elementar y school buildings, constructed in Pilar town under DSWD’s community-driven development (CDD) program, called Kalahi-CIDSS. Kalahi-CIDSS – Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services is one of government’s flagship programs designed to reduce poverty by bringing back the power to the people to decide on development projects that will answer their basic needs. “We are very delighted that the Australian government, through the DSWD has looked into the situation of our educational facilities here,” said Pi-
lar Town Mayor Lucio T. Gonzales during the sub-project turn-over in his municipality, April 19. It was learned that the DSWD has found out in the social investigation that either a certain barangay in said town lacks a school building or the building needs major repair. The municipality of Pilar has been a recipient of Kalahi-CIDSS for the last five years. Since 2006, 34 infrastructure projects, like footbridges, water systems, postharvest facilities and road rehabilitation projects, among others, have been constructed in the area by community volunteers. According to DSWD
Caraga Regional Director Minda B. Brigoli, the Australian government has utilized a two-pronged approach in aiding the Philippine government in the fight against poverty. Through Kalahi-CIDSS, community volunteers are able to do their part in constructing the supply side of the Pantawid Pamilyang
Pilipino Program (4Ps). “The Kalahi-CIDSS – AusAID Project is serving the supply side of the beneficiaries of 4Ps. Thus the operation in Kalahi-CIDSS areas will greatly help the children beneficiaries to meet the conditions set by 4Ps by improving their access to early childhood development and basic
Malaria incidence in Agusan Norte decreases
AGUSAN DEL NORTE Malaria incidence in this province is on a downtrend, declared Provincial Health Officr Elizabeth Campado.
In a press briefing held in celebration of the World Malaria Day, Dr. Campado bared that in 2010, the province had 42 cases of Malaria; 19 in 2011; four
in 2012; and two in the 1st quarter of this year. Such cases were mostly recorded in some barangays of Cabadbaran City and the municipality of Santiago.
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“Malaria cases in the province have been decreasing and hopefully in the coming years, we will be declared as a Malariafree province’,” stressed Dr. Campado. She added that since 2007, there was no Malariarelated death recorded in the province “because of the unified efforts of the barangay health workers, barangay officials and residents in the communities.” The provincial government, with the Department of Health, has been very supportive to the Malaria Control Program, conducting case detection and treatment, control of vectorbreeding sites, canal and stream clearing, provision of insecticide bednets to barangays, and Inter-sectoral coordination to gain support and funds for the campaign,” she said. “With the active participation of the people in the communities, we find it easy for us to sustain this program and keep our families away from this disease,” Dr. Campado further stated. She thanked the partneragencies and the Global Fund (funding organization) for their continuous support to the program. (JPG/PIA-Caraga/asf )
education services,” Dr. Brigoli added. The Kalahi-CIDSS – AusAID Project is being implemented in the municipalities of Gigaquit and Jabonga, Agusan del Norte; Marihatag, Surigao del Sur; and Libjo and Cagdianao, Dinagat Islands. (Keneath John O. Bolisay/DSWD Caraga/PIA-Caraga/asf )
PIA-Caraga personnel avails of absentee voting By Jennifer P. Gaitano
BUTUAN CITY – Personnel of the Philippine Information Agency (PIACaraga) claims being the first, among the rest of PIA regional offices nationwide, to have availed of the Absentee Voting scheme. PIA-Caraga Regional Director Abner Caga said they have cast their votes on April 29 right at their regional office, under the direct supervision of the city election officer. As the developmental information arm of government, duly deputized by the COMELEC, PIA has to disseminate relevant information during the election day, he said. “Thus, we had to advantage of the early voting, so as not to hinder our operations during election day,” Director Caga further said. He called on all PIA personnel to be ready, vigilant and seriously monitor the actual voting process in the May 13 elections. “Despite our limited manpower, we should maximize our efforts and see to it that significant and factual information must be disseminated on real time,” he said. (JPG/PIA-Caraga/asf)
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Growth in corporate profits outpacing wage increases AMID high unemployment and meager wages, research group Ibon Foundation noted that the increase in profits of the country’s biggest corporations is far exceeding the growth in their workers’ wages. Data from the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) shows that the combined net incomes of listed firms grew by 18 percent to Php377.12 billion in January to September 2012 from Php319.97 billion in the same period the previous year. Another study showed that in 2012, several listed firms posted a 35.9 percent increase in earnings. While big business
While big business saw its income and profitability grow, the increase in the wages of its workers was insignificant.
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In compliance with the publication requirement and pursuant to OCRG Memorandumn Circular No. 2013-1, Guidelines in the Implementation of the Administrative Order No. 1 Series of 2012 (IRR on R.A. 10172), a notice is hereby served to the public that GUILBIN CLOVEL P. TORRES has filed with this office a petition for correction of entry in sex from “FEMALE” to “MALE” in the certificate of live birth of GUILBIN CLOVEL PULIDO TORRES at City General Hospital & Medical Center, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte, and whose parents are ELIZER ACABO TORRES and CERTERIA CABAHIT PULIDO. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than 13 May 2013. (SGD.) JUDITH ALVIZO-CALO, LLB, MPA City Civil Registrar MDN: Apr 26 & May 3, 2013
saw its income and profitability grow, the increase in the wages of its workers was insignificant. For instance, the average daily basic pay in agriculture increased by only 4% in 2010-2011, but the estimated daily net income of top 1,000 corporations in agriculture went up by 821 percent. In mining, average wages increased by only 3.8 percent while mining firms recorded a 134 percent increase in profits. Such was also the case with most of the so-called growth sectors: electricity, gas and water; wholesale and retail trade; and real estate, renting and business activities. Ibon added that
In compliance with Section 5 of R.A. No. 9048, a notice is hereby served to the public that JOEL OSIN FUDALAN has filed with this Office a petition for Change of First Name from “HUEL” to “JOEL” in the birth certificate of HUEL OSIN FUDALAN who was born on January 19, 1963 at Libertad, Butuan City, Agusan del Norte, Philippines and whose parents are TEOFILO GADO FUDALAN and JOSEFINA PLAZA OSIN. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his written opposition with this Office not later than 10 May 2013. (SGD.) JUDITH ALVIZO-CALO, LLB, MPA City Civil Registrar MDN: Apr 26 & May 3, 2013
corporate income and profitability are growing more under the present administration. From 2010-2011, for instance, the top 1,000 corporations gained an average annual income of Php780.02 billion compared to an average of Php421 billion yearly during the previous administration. The profitability of big business under the Aquino administration is also higher at an average of 11.1 percent annually. On the other hand, the International Labour Organization (ILO) ranked the average monthly wages in the Philippines as the third lowest among
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Republic of the Philippines REGION X Province of Lanao del Norte Municipality of Baroy OFFICE OF THE MUNICIPAL CIVIL REGISTRAR R.A. Form No. 10172 (LCRO) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION In compliance with Section 7 of R.A. 10172, a notice is hereby served to the public that ANDRE EARL BELNAS WABAN has filed with this Office a petition for correction of clerical error particularly in his/her GENDER from FEMALE to MALE and Change of First Name from “ANDREA” to “ANDRE” in the Certificate of Live Birth of ANDREA EARL BELNAS WABAN who was born on December 24, 1993 at Baroy, Lanao del Norte and whose parents are URBANITO WABAN and NIDALYN BELNAS. Any person adversely affected by said petition may file his/her written opposition with this Office not later than MAY 15, 2013. (SGD.) CIRILO A. MICULOB Municipal Civil Registrar MDN: Apr 26 & May 3, 2013
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FINALLY, re-electionist Rep. Rufus Rodriguez has made up his mind and stood strong as he endorsed and pledged his loyalty and support to a mayoral candidate in Cagayan de Oro. D e f i n ite ly h e’s n ot Cagayan de Oro Mayor Vicente Emano. And it did not surprise me to hear about Rufus endorsement to the candidacy of Oscar Moreno. First, Rufus is a lawmaker and Moreno, is not only a former lawmaker himself, but an ally to Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. Well, not anymore today as Moreno, who run and won under the Lakas, is now a candidate under the Liberal Party of former
Come what may Ruel Villanueva Pelone Senator Mar Roxas, now the secretary of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG). Moreno has been criticized badly for his failure to give on time the salaries of Capitol employees while Rufus, including his brother Maxie, is said to be giving poor salaries to their respective staffmembers. I hope it’s not true. We
deserve an explanation to this allegation. Rufus and Moreno are birds of the same feather because they are both lawmakers but Moreno is a mismatched in terms of accomplishments as against Rufus. What I only knew about Moreno when he was acting like congressman is that he stood up as member of the
prosecution panel prosecuting the then President Joseph Ejercito Estrada. Other than being a member of the prosecution panel, I can no longer remember any accomplishments that Moreno had delivered to his constituents in Misamis Oriental. Now that Moreno’s term as governor of the province of Misamis Oriental, he’s trying to get city hall with the battle cry: “Change.” Changed? Cagayan de Oro has changed from being a ruralized city into a booming highly urbanized city. What changes can we expect from Moreno then when he even failed to change the lives of the many poor in Misamis Oriental.
Discard the pretentious candidates AN election season always exposes the incompetence of the government. It is a time when candidates deliver a litany of promises. Promises that candidates simply forget when elected to office. Anything new? However, what makes the election important is seeing candidates running for reelection. These candidates mumble the same platform of government. These candidates Cris Diaz bolster the people’s belief that these candidates had made the government irrelevant and inutile. For instance, those running for reelection talked about improved basic services in government. As usual, these services involved health, education, poverty, and employment. The electorates simply wonder what these people had accomplished when they were in office. For instance, a candidate running for reelection has been in Congress for two consecutive terms and yet achieved nothing of value. The Congress has the Upper and Lower Houses – the Senate and the House of Representatives. The candidates talked about free education, free health services, and employment as their major platforms of government. Have these candidates not been in office before? Why talked only these issues when election season comes? What have these candidates done in Congress? For instance, there are candidates who are now running for the Senate after serving in the House of
Representatives. It is unfortunate that these candidates talked about improved basic services once elected into office. Obviously, these candidates accomplished nothing as representatives. It is very disgusting albeit frustrating that almost all candidates that poverty and inadequate health services only become noticeable as a “problem” when election season comes. It is discouraging to think that almost all candidates are agreeable that commercialized education and malignant unemployment problems breeds an impoverished nation when election season comes. While acknowledging the lack or inadequate extension of basic services to the impoverished masses, candidates remember only this predicament during the election campaign period. This means that those elected into office simply attend to the needs of their pockets while serving their term of office. Although it might sound preposterous, it is of public knowledge that most elected officials become “silent millionaires” after serving their terms. The electorates know that there are exceptional elected public servants. It is, however, sad that the electorates always elect the hypocrites and pretenders at the expense of well-meaning candidates. More often, the electorates the well-oiled machinery of deception employed by politicians who lean on the corridors of power threatens the electorates. Consequently, the electors should struggle to ward off opportunistic candidates whose intentions manifest during the election period. React email@example.com
Insulting El Nido, Palawan: it’s more fun LIFE’S INSPIRATIONS: “… But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin…” (1 John 1:7, the Holy Bible). -oooDIRT ROAD IN TOURIST PARADISE: Either the Aquino government is not really serious in its drive to promote tourism despite its much-trumpeted “It’s more fun in the Philippines” campaign, or, the world-famous El Nido resorts in the northern tip of Palawan, which brim with tourists, foreign and local, almost the whole year round, are not part of that tourism campaign, or of the over-all tourism plan of this country. I mean, how will you explain, Tourism Secretary Ramon Jimenez Jr., the fact that a big part of the national highway that connects El Nido to Taytay,
Kakampi mo ang batas Atty. Batas Mauricio Palawan, and then to Puerto Princesa City, consists of a mere dirt road? That dirt road, which measures about sixty kilometers in all, is supposed to be a cemented highway intended to make travel for tourists nice and easy, to lure them go to El Nido and the other beaches nearby which are equally breathtaking, more often. Why has that stretch of the national highway remained a dirt road, virtually impassable especially during the rainy season? The driver of the van that fetched me, my wife, and my daughter, Wednesday, May 01, 2013, from the Puerto
Princesa City Airport and who took us all the way to the Ayala-owned airport in El Nido, which is the gateway to its four world-class resort islands, told us, in real desperation, that the only time that part of the highway manages to see a pison, or any heavy equipment, is during election time, as a campaign prop. -oooINSULTING EL NIDO, PALAWAN: IT’S MORE FUN: Now, the point in El Nido is this: if the Aquino government, its Department of Tourism, its Department of Public Works and Highways, its provincial
government in Palawan, its local government units in Taytay and El Nido towns, and even the member of the House of Representatives from the place whose pork barrel is about P75 million yearly, could afford to insult a world famous resort like El Nido this way, is there hope for the other tourist spots in the country? Surely, there is no point in Secretary Jimenez and the DOT working hard to entice tourists to come to the Philippines to spend their precious dollars or any other foreign currencies here, if those tourists will only be made to suffer the inconveniences of a bad road, or, even worst, the unreliability of an outdated and outmoded transport service which will turn them into rabid Philippine-bashers later on. There is no point in the Aquino government insulting | page 11
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3 communist rebels surrender to military PROSPERIDAD, Agusan del Sur––Three rebels belonging to Guerilla Front 88 of the North Central Mindanao Regional Committee of the New People’s Army voluntarily surrendered to Lt. Col. Jose Leonard Gille, commanding officer of the 26th Infantry Battalion, at Headquarters of the 26th IB, Barangay San Nicolas, Talacogon, Agusan del Sur at 10 a.m. yesterday. The surrender of these three rebels (names still being withheld for security reasons) was through the efforts of the soldiers and the mediation of concerned citizens who convinced the three to lay down their arms and return to the folds of the law. The rebels brought along with them the following firearms: one M14 rifle with two magazines, one submachinegun Ingram pistol with one magazine and one cal. 38 revolver. As of press time, the three are now undergoing custodial debriefing at 26IB’s headquarters. In a statement, the military said the rebels surrendered “because they got tired from running around and evading government troops every now and then.” “They are afraid that they would be killed in one of the encounters with government forces,” the military’s press statement said adding, “right now, they just would like to be reunited with their families and loved ones and live a peaceful life away from the life in the mountains they have been forced to deal with while they were with the NPAs.” On one hand, Gille said: “We, your soldiers, are very happy to welcome back our three brothers who were once with the NPAs but have decided to leave the armed struggle and go back to the mainstream society.” He added: “We know for sure that their families can sleep well tonight knowing that their sons, fathers and brothers are now safe and will soon be with them as they go back to the normal goings-on of their lives.” “For now, we are coordinating with other government agencies for assistance necessary for them to lead a peaceful and decent life,” said the military official. “For our other brothers and sisters who are still with the rebel organization and are also contemplating on going back to the folds of the law and support our true and only government, our negotiating efforts are still continuing. They may always reach and contact us any time,” said Gille. For his part, Col Gregory M. Cayetano, Commander of the 401st Infantry Brigade, “the surrender of these three former rebels is not only the triumph of the soldiers but this is a triumph of the whole Filipino people.” Cayetano said: “Over and over again, we have stressed that armed struggle and civil war is not the solution to our country’s problems, this is a lose-lose situation that leaves both parties farther apart and our kababayans in a more difficult situation.” “We can rehash the mistakes and pains of the past but we can all move forward and reconcile with one another. More are benefitted and nobody is left behind or hurt in the process,” added Cayetano.
JOURNOS from national television networks interview Cagayan de Oro City 1st District Rep. Benjo A. Benaldo and Brazilian actress-model Diana Menezes. Benaldo has been seen around with Ms. Menezes since the two got to know each other the other year. The congressman is seeking another term in office in the coming elections.
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‘Balanghai’ festival in Butuan kicks off
B u t ua n C i t y - - T h e month-long celebration of the 26th “Balanghai Festival 2013” was formally launched Wednesday morning at Guingona Park, Butuan City. The activity was attended by top city officials led by Butuan City Mayor Ferdinand M. Amante Jr., city tourism council officials,
representatives from the various sectors and event organizers. Amante in his message said that the festivities will be filled with some exciting events and programs to be anticipated by Butuanons and visitors who wishes to watch or take part of the said festival. Among the highlights of the festival
was the opening of the beautiful fountain at the park. The city chief executive hoped that Butuan City officials and the public will work together as “one team” for the success of the festivities. For his part, Butuan City Vice-Mayor Lawrence Lemuel Fortun also hoped that the balangayan spirit
which is characterized by camaraderie, unity, synergy, determination and resilience will inspire the people of Butuan as they celebrate the 26th Balanghai Festival. The vice mayor pointed out the new things are happening in the city which has attracted not only balikbayans and other visitors but
also domestic and foreign tourists to visit the city. Fortun said that the city has became a favorite venue for conventions and conferences for the past two years. The Butuanons, he said, should double their efforts of promoting the city as a peaceful and beautiful place to visit. A report from the Philippine News Agency
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NREB) cannot make any commercial solar PV project viable. No private sector project can be implemented with such a low level of FIT,” Mr. Tauli noted. Mr. Tauli said solar PV advocates will have to apply to the ERC for higher FIT (more than 15 pesos/kWh) that would make commercial projects viable. “But we cannot do that under the PNOY government, whose energy officials appear to be hostile to solar PV,” said Mr. Tauli. “For now, the only gridconnected solar PV projects that can get done are those that can obtain subsidies or
grants, which will have to come from foreign countries or international agencies because large amounts of grants are required.” Mr. Tauli recently attended the National Renewable Energy Program (NREP) Review and Workshop, held April 18-19, 2013, in Baguio City under the aegis of the National Renewable Energy Board to come up with revised projections of renewable energy projects for private sector investments under RA 9513. “I believe these are more realistic targets than whatever numbers the NREP Workshop came up with,” he said. “Theirs may be more realistic than my numbers, but also hopeless. I really believe the projections below for solar PV in Mindanao are attainable.” Mr. Tauli identified the following solar PV projects in Mindanao set for development from 2013-2023: • 40-MW s olar PV project of the Marawi City Government. Total project cost is estimated at PhP 5.25 billion. Private sector investment will be around PhP 3.22 billion, with the balance to be sourced from local LGU equity in the form of a grant from an Arabian government or donor agency in the amount of PhP 2.03 billion. The project will be operated conjunctively with one 40-MW unit of the Agus 1 hydro electric power plant to provide peaking capacity for consumers connected to the Mindanao Grid. The project is designed to be given the FIT of PhP 9.68 PhP/kWh approved by the
ERC. Target date of operation is 2016. • 10-MW embedded solar PV project in General Santos City of the Mindanao State University to be used primarily for applied research by MSU. The 10MW solar PV plant will be used primarily for applied research by MSU. It is estimated to cost 1.31 billion pesos, with private capital contributing 0.80 billion, and MSU contributing 0.51 billion pesos to be sourced from grants. The project is designed to be given the FIT of 9.68 PhP/kWh approved by the ERC. Target date of operation is 2016. • 100 MW embedded solar PV power plants in various electric cooperatives and private distribution utilities. This assumes that an increased FIT for solar PV, in the amount of 15.94 pesos per kilowatt-hour, will be approved in 2016, making it financially feasible for the private sector to invest in utility-scale solar PV projects. 100 MW will be installed in Mindanao to partially meet the lack of energy supply to distribution utilities. Target date of operation is 2017. • 450 MW embedded solar PV power plants in various electric cooperatives and private distribution utilities. It is assumed that grid-parity with diesel power plants will be attained in 2022 by solar PV. If so, solar PV power plants with a total capacity of 450 MW will be installed in Mindanao to replace around 200 MW of diesel power plants that are being operated in
that year as base-load power plants. When the NREB filed on May 2011 with the Energy Regulatory Commission the application for Feedin Tariff (FiT) rates for various technologies, the proposed FiTs in pesos per kilowatt-hour for the various technologies and the initial installation targets in megawatts were as follows: P10.37/kWh for Wind @ 250MW; P7.00/kWh for Biomass @ 250MW; P17.95/ kWh for Solar @ 100MW; P6.15/kWh for Mini Hydro @220MW; and P17.65/kWh for Ocean @10MW. “Those were realistic targets for each technology under the respective FiTs proposed because the FiTs would enable investors to earn a commercially viable rate of return for the power plants that would be constructed,” Mr. Tauli said. “However, the Energy Regulatory Commission subsequently reduced the recommended Feed In Tariff rate to only P9.68/kWh for solar PV power plants, rendering the installation target immaterial.” Instead, Mr. Tauli advocates Public-Private-Partnerships (PPP) since these would enable government agencies, especially local government units (LGUs), to access low cost ODA funds which would make the solar projects feasible. “For instance, for the 40-MW solar PV plant in Marawi that we are still pursuing, we will have to get a grant of around two billion pesos. We believe
Advocates claim solar PV Plants in Mindanao feasible despite low FiT
Solar energy power plants can contribute up to 600 megawatts of power in the Mindanao grid over the next six years after 2016. David A. Tauli, engineering consultant from the Office of Rep. Florencio T. Flores, Jr. (2nd District, Bukidnon) said this is attainable even if the National Renewable Energy Board only set 100MW as the initial installation target for solar PV plants all over the country under the Renewable Energy Law of 2008 (Republic Act No. 9513). “The FIT for solar PV approved by the ERC (9.68 pesos/kWh, compared with the 17.95 applied for by the EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF THE DECEASED ALEJANDRO B. JAMERO Notice is hereby given that the intestate estate of the Late ALEJANDRO F. JAMERO, who died on August 13, 1982 at Tambulig, Zamboanga del Sur, leaving property and more particularly bounded and described as follows: and Maxima Vallega Jamero who died on May 30, 1984 at Babunon, Tambulig, Zamboanga del Sur. PARCEL 1 “A parcel of land known as Lot No. 2698-Part, Blk No. 44, situated at Barangay Lilo-an, Bonifacio, Misamis Occidental. Containing an area of SEVEN THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED EIGHTY (7,980) square meters, more or less, embraced by TC/ARP 03-0014-00314. PARCEL II “A parcel of land Lot No. 2698-Part Blk No. 42, situated at Barangay Lilo-an, Bonifacio, Misamis Occidental. Containing an area of EIGHT THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED EIGHTY (8,780) square meters more or less, embraced under TC/ARP No. 030014-00312. PARCELL III “A parcel of land known as Lot No. 2698-Par, Blk No. 41, situated at Brgy. Lilo-an, Bonifacio, Misamis Occidental. Containing an area of SIX THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED (6,900) square meters, more or less, embraced under TC/ARP No. 03-0014-00310, is the subject of EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF THE ESTATE OF THE DECEASED ALEJANDRO B. JAMERO, made and executed by and among Adelina V. Jamero, Benjamen V. Jamero, Enicita S. Jamero and Zacarias V. Jamero, all Filipino citizens, all married and residing at Tambulig, Zamboanga del Sur, respectively; and Maxima Vallega Jamero who died on May 30, 1984 at Babunon, Tambulig, Zambo Sur, the above named persons are the legitimate heirs as per Doc No. 276; Page No. 56; Book No. 1; Series of 2000; under Notary Public of ATTY. PEDRO S. JAMERO. MDN: APRIL 26, MAY 3 & 10, 2013
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of the same digit.
VIRGO (August 23 – September 22) - It’s a great day for romantic adventures -- even if you’re stuck at work! That might actually be for the best, as you are twice as hot when you’re working (or working it). Flirt like mad! LIBRA (September 23 – October 22) - You are feeling a bit stressed out over a domestic situation, but try not to give it more power. You can’t ignore it, of course, but you also don’t have to add to the stress it’s causing you. SCORPIO (October 23 – November 21) - Today is all about work and business -- so even if you’re unemployed, you should be devoting a few mental cycles to advancing your commercial interests. You may hop on the big idea!
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 – December 21) Today is all about material concerns -- try not to worry too much about your spiritual or other needs for the moment. That stuff can sort itself out later, as long as food, shelter, clothing, etc. are all good now.
across 1. US peninsular state (7) 5. Pretence (4) 9. Togetherness (6) 10. Actress, Dame Ashcroft (5) 12. Snow-hut (5) 13. Good buy (7) 14. Fast-flowing water (6) 16. Respiratory illness (6)
CAPRICORN (December 22 – January 19) Someone close to you (at least physically, if not emotionally) is quite impressed by something you say or do. It’s a good time to build up this relationship, as your energy is perfect for creating stability.
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ropean river (6) 6. Pig food (7) 7. Salad dressing (10) 8. Stimulus (4) 11. Irreverence (10) 15. Decorated (7) 17. Cane-sugar (7) 18. Indian tent (6) 20. Place of baptism (4) 22. Fold (5)
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Phil Younghusband and Angel Locsin deny rumors of tying the knot soon Matagal nang tinatanong ang magkasintahang sina Angel Locsin at Phil Younghusband kung may plano na silang magpakasal. Nang inilabas ng Cinema News ang kanilang panayam sa Azkals Football player kung may katotohanan ba ang muling mga lumalabas na balitang magpapakasal na sila, pinabulaanan ito ng atleta. Aniya, “I said I plan to marry Angel in the future, I didn’t say in the immediate future. I hope she’s the one. It’s my future to be with her.” Nakuha din ang panig ni Angel sa kagaganap lamang na Famas Awards kung saan nanalo siya bilang Best Actress para sa pelikulang One More Try at maging siya ay nagulat
din na naririnig niya ang ang mga balitang ikakasal na siya. Nagbigay din ng reaksiyon ang aktres sa pagsabi ni Phil na siya na talaga ang gusto nitong makasama habambuhay. Kumpara sa mga napagdaanang relasyon ni Angel na bukas siya sa
publiko sa bawat nangyayari, ngayon ipinaliwanang ng aktres kung bakit pinili niyang mas maging pribado tungkol dito. Aniya, “Alam niyo naman ako, as much as possible sana kung ano yung pribado sa buhay ko, sa akin na muna talaga.” abs-cbn.com
Rockets’ Harden expected for Game 5 despite illness
James harden OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Rockets AllStar James Harden is expected to play in Game 5 against the Thunder after leaving their shootaround because
of flu-like symptoms. Coach Kevin McHale says he’s sure Harden will be “ready to go” on Wednesday night. “We’re confident coming in here. Obviously, we need James and we want James to play for us to win at a high level,” teammate Chandler Parsons said. The Rockets face a 3-1 deficit in their first-round series against Oklahoma City, after winning Game 4 to avoid elimination. Harden was the NBA’s fifth-leading scorer during the regular season but has struggled against his former team, committing 10 turnovers while scoring 15 points in Game 4.
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Crossing Tinayong, Batobato village, President Roxas town, Cotabato province. “Gidakop ang maong pulis aron ipailalom sa usa ka imbestigasyon alang sa unsang katuyoan sa pagsulod sa maong eryang ginalihokan sa BHB ug uban pang posibleng kaso ug krimen nga nabuhat batok sa masa ug katawhan,” said Isabel Santiago, spokesperson of the said NPA unit, in a statement. Ali was assigned in Arakan town. Santiago has scored the military, particularly the 57th Infantry Battalion, for launching massive operations in the hinterland of Pres. Roxas, Antipas, Arakan and Magpet towns, to supposedly rescue the police officer. “Sa maong lakang sa AFP, walay konsiderasyong ginahatag sa posibleng hulga sa seguridad sa maong bihag sa gubat,” Santiago warned. Five days after Ali’s arrest, a member of the 71st Infantry Battalion was taken as “prisoner of war” (POW) by the NPA’s ComVal-Davao Gulf Sub-Regional Command in Maco town, Compostela Valley province. Pfc. Jesus Tomas Jr., with Serial No. 879223, was arrested at 6AM in Elizalde village, April 24. The arrest of Tomas was part of the NPA’s enforcement of “revolutionary justice” for the killing of eightyear-old Roque Antivo last April 3 in Sitio Kidaraan, according to Daniel Ibarra, spokesman of the said NPA command. “Punitive actions” were launched by the NPA, Ibarra said, against the 71st IB and the Mabini Police Station after the military “denied culpability in its appalling attack versus Antivo and two other children” and after the police “planted false evidence at the crime scene to cover up the military’s atrocious act.” On April 23, at 7 AM, a team from the NPA Guerilla Front 2 aboard a motorcycle hit the Mabini Police Station with a grenade launcher. On April 24, the NPA also claimed of ambushing the 71st IB’s Charlie Company with commanddetonated explosive, “hitting a number of casualties.” Meanwhile, four days after the arrest of Tomas, the NPA’s Guerilla Front 2 arrested another police, an escort of Compostela Valley Governor Arturo Uy at a checkpoint in Sitio Malamudaw. Police Officer 2 Allan Mariquit Pansoy was arrested 3:30 PM, April 28. He was with Uy and a convoy of Board Members. The NPA warned it will continue to inflict blows against the AFP, PNP and paramilitary groups; detain POWs and “fortify people’s defense against the onslaught of the rabid Oplan Bayanihan.” It said that abusive police
and military men and officers are legitimate targets, and undesirable elements in the communities “are subject to the NPA and regulations of the People’s Democratic Government.” Santiago, on the other hand, assured they will respect the rights of the POW in accordance with international war laws and the Comprehensive Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law. “Kanunay gipaneguro sa tibuok organisasyon sa Hukbo ang pagtamod sa disiplinang dili dagmalan ang mga bihag sa gubat, tagaan og igong atensyon ug pagtagad ug pagrespeto sa mga demokratikong katungod niini samtang anaa ilalom sa kustodiya,” Santiago said. (davaotoday.com)
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workers are expected to receive P258 a day. Apart from the wage hike, Villanueva said the company has decided to help ease the burden of the school children of the company workers by paying all the miscellaneous fees to at least 25 schools in the neighboring villages. He also said the scholarship program for indigenous people and indigent families will continue with a fresh batch that would be selected for this coming school year. Presently, there are 36 collegiate scholars of the company. During the celebration, several workers were cited with different awards for their excellence of their skills in the work places. The awardees received plaques and cash awards.
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Rep. Maria Evelyn PlazaMellana. Binay himself expressed confidence of Plaza’s capability as maverick legislator in the halls of Congress during his three terms stint. “There are more than 200 congressmen but there are few of them who stood out,” citing the former lawmaker. “Let’s bring back the glory of Agusan del Sur,” the Vice President said citing the outstanding performance of Ompong adding that after he left , Agusan del Sur has never been heard again in the halls of Congress. “He is not a member of Committee on Silence. I am a living witness how he performs.” During his nine years in Congress, Ompong has authored a total of 387 bills, 10 of which were passed into law. Among his landmark legislations were RA 9163 which strengthened provisions of the National Service Law, RA 9405 which converted Bayugan into a component city of Agusan del Sur, RA 9508 which reapportioned Agusan del Sur into two congressional districts while RA 9647 or the PNU Act elevated the status of the Philippine Normal University to become
the national university for teacher education. Binay said he strong belief about Ompong’s capability to lead the Congress that Agusan del Sur residents would take pride of him when he became well-known in other parts of the country. “I know him personally. He is a good man, a good friend and a family man,” Binay said. Apart from an eye for the house speakership, talks have been also ripe that Ompong is also set to take the Agriculture department portfolio in 2016. Even Binay hinted about it in his speech citing the productive orchard farm developed by Ompong in Sta. Maria in Prosperidad town. “ He is not only a successful legislator but successful agriculturist and businessman as well.”
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11.2 percent in 2002 while poverty incidence also correspondingly increased to 33.7 percent. The number of unemployed during subsequent years ranged between 10.5 percent (2012) and 11.4 percent (2003) during which time poverty incidence remained virtually unchanged including during the period 2006-2012. IBON added that even the so-called growth sectors or those sectors which posted the highest growth in the national domestic output have not generated substantial employment. The Aquino government has hyped the growth and the contribution to the economy of the BPO, real estate, construction and transport, storage and communication but jobs generation in these sectors did not match its growth in the gross domestic product (GDP). For instance, construction grew by 14.4 percent in 2011-2012 but its job generation only grew by 6.48 percent. The entire services sector grew by 5.1 percent but jobs generation only grew by 1.83 percent. IBON also noted the alarming youth unemployment in the country’s jobs situation. On average, there are 1.4 million youth or those belonging to the 15-24 age categories that do not have jobs in 2012. Youth unemployment rate was higher in January 2013 at 16.6 percent compared to the same period last year. Another notable trend in the jobs situation is the growing number of unemployment among educated workers. Official figures show that in 2012, almost eight out of 10 unemployed are highschool or college-educated. Three out of 10 reached college-level of education or are even graduates of post-graduate studies. The jobs scarcity in the country is pushing more and more Filipino workers to work in low-paying, inse-
cure and poor quality jobs. The research group urged the Aquino government to address the continuing trend of joblessness in the country by taking steps in building and strengthening local industries. According to IBON, good economic performance is only meaningful insofar as the jobs it creates. Jobs creation especially for a country reeling from decades of poverty is an important indicator of any government pushing for economic development.
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harm but also leaves an emotional scar to students, thereby adversely affecting their studies, social personality and their lives. Councilors Adrian Barba, chair of the committee on education, Councilor Nadya Emano, chair of the committee on social services, Councilors Alexander Dacer, Alden Bacal, Emmanuel Abejuela and Roger Abaday are co-authors of the ordinance. The authors believe that there is a need to shape the conduct of students to instill discipline and essential values so as to integrate them to be productive, dynamic and industrious citizens of the city and to devise appropriate remedies to address bullying in order to protect the well-being of students and for the peace of mind of parents and guardians. (LCR)
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stantial profits. A wage hike will provide immediate relief to workers and their families, especially amid soaring prices and continued erosion in the real value of workers’ wages.
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spending millions and millions of pesos nationwide and worldwide, on an advertising campaign promising “It’s more fun in the Philippines”, when it cannot even make sure that tourists who come here could at least enjoy a good travel on decently paved and regularly-maintained roads and highways. -oooFORSAKING EL NIDO: WHAT GIVES? Believe you me, this is beyond comprehension, even among those who support the Aquino presidency, for the records will show that for 2011, a whooping 515,148 tourists visited El Nido and its nearby resorts. Whipped in a frenzy by this outstanding number of arrivals two years ago, tourism officials predicted rather grandly that, for 2013, more than 600,000 tourists will come again. Now, if we assume that each of these tourists will conservatively spend just US$1,000 for their visit in 2013, that would mean at least US$600,000,000.00 (or about P2.4 billion) in new money coming into the country. Don’t we want that to happen? Don’t we want this money to come in? Surely, anyone who says, yes, we do not want that to happen must have not only his head examined but even his loyalty to our country. Surely we do, but, why is Secretary Jimenez, and all others it seems in the Aquino government, are not doing anything to improve the national highway between Puerto Princesa City and El Nido? What gives? Is El Nido in particular and Palawan in general not part of the “daang matuwid” team and so it is being forsaken? -oooREACTIONS? Please call me at 0917 984 24 68, 0918 574 0193, 0922 833 43 96
the Regional Disaster C o ordinat ing C ounci l (RDRRMC), here in the city, that their agency’s action calamity core team is now doing briefing to the different local government units (LGUs) on profiling, data base, and mapping of highly vulnerable areas. They also provide them damage assessment report format/matrix to facilitate easier and faster consolidation of reports. Maagad noted that accurate and detailed reporting from the LGUs will greatly help in the immediate release of the post disaster report. He said they are expected to release it as from page 8 the Arabian countries early as 10 a.m. following a catastrophe. (Marie-Zil G. can make such a grant available for a project in the Malinao/JCV/PIA) ARMM,” he said. Mr. Tauli concedes that from page 5 because of the need for subsidies it will take some 72 countries in the time to put a solar PV projworld, at US$279 (or ect on the ground. While some Php11,700). Philippine wages only continuing to pursue solar PV projects, he also advosurpassed average wages received in Tajikistan and cates getting hydro projects implemented by provincial, Pakistan. This is despite city and municipal governincreasing workers’ ments. productivity, which in“After the elections, we creased by 5.37% in 2011will work on getting the 2012. The overall daily Lanao Norte provincial basic pay, meanwhile, government to implement increased by a mere 3.6 the Agus 3 hydro (225 MW) percent. and the Bukidnon provincial According to Ibon, government to implement big business can afford granting a sufficient wage the Tagoloan 2 hydro (68 increase, especially if they MW), and on other LGUs to accept a cut in their sub- implement small hydro proj-
ects (10 MW or smaller),” he said. “This is the only way to getting enough power plants implemented to meet the long-term requirements of Mindanao, while keeping the rates low (four pesos per kWh or less).” A US-based Filipino company providing renewable energy solutions shares Mr. Tauli’s optimism about solar energy for Mindanao. “The Department of Energy’s thumbing down solar energy as solution to the power crisis in the southern Philippines is not a hindrance or a barrier in the pursuit of a lasting and ultimately cheaper power sources in Mindanao,” said Engr. Winston Lorenzana Mendoza, chief executive officer of Mendoza Solar, LLC in a media statement. Mendoza Solar, LLC is an energy company registered in California and Nevada, USA. It provides renewable energy solutions for all types of property owners. Its Philippine subsidiary, Lim Solar Philippines, promotes portable fuel cell electric systems that address base energy needs, especially for off-grid remote areas. It currently has a solar integration and development projects with De La Salle University, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority and Camp Aguinaldo, among others. Another company under the Mendoza Group, the Lorenzana Energy International has solar integration and development projects in Malaysia, Hawaii, Guam, California and Nevada. “Solar energy as well as other renewable energy sources are very appropriate for Mindanao if we look at the long term and the impact of climate change, which exacerbates natural phenomenon such as typhoons and storms,” Mr. Mendoza said. For the last several years, Mindanao is now the favorite of natural disasters, whose impacts were exacerbated by climate changeinducing fossil fuels. We can no longer afford to let Mindanao suffer. Solar energy is abundant in the island and it provides clean energy, he noted. Mendoza said Lim solar can offer electric cooperatives in Mindanao very minimal prices for solar power as well as 100 percent financing for residences and small businesses. “For Mindanao, I will offer P7.47 per KWh to the electric coop and large megawatt level users and P8.50 to small users. I will also straight finance the residential and small businesses,” he said.
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