Archive for the ‘Joseph Estrada’ Category

02
May
IN A FEW days, we will go to the polls to elect the country’s next president, vice president and other national leaders. Read more [...]

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02
May
May 1, 2016 8:34 pm President Benigno Aquino 3rd has no moral authority to describe himself as pro-worker since the wage increases that happened under his administration were the smallest since the 1990s. According to independent research group Ibon Foundation, the Aquino administration hiked the minimum wage five times from June 30, 2010 to May 2, 2016 Read more [...]

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02
May
THE POOR performance of Philippine agriculture exports is a sad narrative. Expanding exports are key to agricultural growth and diversification. Read more [...]

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02
May
With the 2016 presidential elections just a week away, many of our investors have been asking about the effect of elections on stocks and the peso. Many have also been wondering about the effect of the different candidates on the stock market and currency Read more [...]

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02
May
MANILA, Philippines — Gina Lopez is hardly the kind of person you’d expect to support a presidential candidate who has endorsed vigilante death squads, made disturbing comments about rape and vowed to kill his own kids if they ever took drugs. As head of a prominent nonprofit focused on child welfare, education and the environment, she might be expected to back someone more moderate. Read more [...]

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01
May
Rappler Will scandals erode Iglesia ni Cristo bloc vote? Rappler His two immediate predecessors, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and Joseph Estrada , also won the INC's blessing. Read more [...]

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01
May
#Journey-to30 traces the most significant milestones in our country’s history as covered by The Philippine STAR. Read more [...]

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30
Apr
NEW YORK CITY — With the presidential elections just around the corner, three decades after the overthrow of the Marcos dictatorship, there is the distinct possibility that instead of moving forward into a more egalitarian and prosperous tomorrow—both the premise and promise of the 1986 popular uprising—the body politic may be moving backward. The specter of strongman rule looms over the archipelago. Read more [...]

30
Apr
Foreign Policy (blog) One President Away From Disaster Foreign Policy (blog) One of her strongest political backers is former President Joseph Estrada , a boozer and womanizer who was hounded out of office in 2001 and convicted of corruption. (He has certainly demonstrated political resiliency, having been elected Manila's ... Read more [...]

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