Archive for the ‘Bam Aquino’ Category

28
Mar
I write in reaction to the news item titled “Apology a trap—Bam Aquino” (Front Page, 3/24/15), which reported the senator’s position on the clamor for his cousin, President Aquino, to apologize for the botched operations in Mamasapano, Maguindanao, which cost the lives of 64 Filipinos. Senator Aquino misses the point: The public demands an apology. Read more [...]

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27
Mar
I guess we should be glad that President Noynoy Aquino is finally looking beyond the end of his non-extendable term of office. On the other hand, it’s certainly disappointing that the President is only looking into the future in so far as he has to prevent his landing in jail. Read more [...]

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26
Mar
March 25, 2015 9:03 pm by Voltaire Palaña Sen. Bam Aquino called on communities in the countryside on Wednesday to plant bamboo trees and help the country meet a strong demand for bamboo furniture here and abroad. Read more [...]

25
Mar
The audience the President wants to reach and persuade is those who are upset by what happened in Mamasapano and the President's actions after that All eyes will be on the President this Thursday, March 26, during the Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) graduation ceremonies. It will be a tough audience, an angry and anxious one, from what I have gathered. Read more [...]

25
Mar
No apologies Sun.Star Bam Aquino said the demand for his cousin, PNoy, to apologize, is a trap. Read more [...]

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24
Mar
US President Barack Obama called the late Lee Kuan Yew a “giant in history”. Others agreed he was a visionary for transforming a backwater city that was formerly under British colonial rule Read more [...]

24
Mar
President BS Aquino should heed the words of his young cousin Senator Bam Aquino—no use issuing an apology over the disastrous Operation Exodus where 44 Philippine National Police Special Action Force members sacrificed their lives to have Malaysian terrorist Marwan’s finger cut off for DNA testing. No matter what he says about the tragic mission, majority of Filipinos will have difficulty believing him anyway Read more [...]

21
Mar
popular 2014 Mister International PO2 Neil Perez back to work after big win Jim Parsons–from misfit to almighty Juana Change: Aquino 2016 endorsement ‘kiss of death’ Paulo Avelino admits past romance with KC Concepcion Palawan resort owner faces string of charges BI confirms Jeane Catherine Napoles is in PH Iqbal, Murad may be using different names in passports, says BI De Lima: Ramos gave ‘confused’ view on chain of command videos PBA: Ginebra’s LA Tenorio comfortable on the floor with Emman Monfort PBA: Agustin credits good defense, big men performance for win over Purefoods PBA: Warner’s maturity big thing for Globalport, says coach Gonzales Crime watchdog wants advisory body composed of bishops, inter-religious leaders Former Tarlac Governor calls Aquino to resign CAUAYAN, Isabela—Sen. Bam Aquino on Saturday said he believed his cousin, President Aquino, was “ultimately responsible” for the Mamasapano operation that led to the deaths of 44 Special Action Force (SAF) police commandos in the hands of Muslim rebels, “because of his being the commander in chief.” But the senator said the President should not apologize simply because he was being pressured to say “sorry.” Aquino said he signed the Senate report on its Mamasapano inquiry which included the President among the officials held responsible for the botched secret operation to arrest international terrorists in Maguindanao, but did not agree with some parts of the report. Read more [...]

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21
Mar
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