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loren legarda
Senator, UN Global Champion for DRR, UNFCCC Adaptation Champion, UNEP laureate, women and kids rights advocate, peacebuilder, cultural worker, conservationist.
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loren legarda Jan 16
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For the Bureau of Immigration, we discussed about the issuance of special permits to foreign workers in the country. Sen Villanueva will help us craft a special provision in the DOLE and DOJ budget.
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loren legarda Jan 16
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Impt matters discussed in the DPWH budget incl. right of way issues and scaling down of ROW budget, slope protection for the BLISTT Circumferential Road to address landslides, provision of dredging machines to LGUs, and issues concerning the cash-based annual budgeting.
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loren legarda Jan 16
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I am truly thankful for the interventions of my distinguished colleagues, who have greatly helped in the budgetary process. I am also grateful to my vice-chairs who were meticulous, hardworking and very supportive.
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loren legarda Jan 16
We’re done with the period of interpellations as we finished tackling the proposed 2019 budgets of our last three agencies — the DPWH, COMELEC and the Bureau of Immigration.
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loren legarda Jan 15
Continuation of Interpellations on the proposed 2019 budget of the DPWH—Watch here:
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loren legarda Jan 14
Thank you to my colleagues for their interventions — Senate Pro-Tempore Ralph Recto, Minority Leader Sen. Frank Drilon , Sen. Panfilo Lacson , Sen. Grace Poe , Sen. Dick Gordon and Sen. Risa Hontiveros .
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loren legarda Jan 14
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After four hours of interpellations and scrutiny, the consideration of the proposed 2019 budget of the DPWH was suspended and will be continued on Wednesday.
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loren legarda Jan 14
Back to work in the Senate! On our first day of Session for 2019, I sponsored the proposed 2019 budget of the DPWH. Some important issues tackled include the settlement of right of way obligations, flood control programs, the Estrella-Pantaleon and Binondo-Intramuros bridges.
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loren legarda Jan 13
LIVE: Interpellations on the proposed 2019 budget of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH). Watch here:
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loren legarda Jan 13
Luntiang Pilipinas urges Filipinos to junk plastics via
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loren legarda Jan 13
Luntiang Pilipinas nominee backs Manila Bay cleanup | Journal Online
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loren legarda Jan 13
Manila Bay rehab a must, says pro-environment party-list group via
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loren legarda Jan 13
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Legarda also encouraged barangay captains to have an ordinance that ban single-use in order to lessen trash. This is important because taking care of our environment is also taking care of our people.
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loren legarda Jan 13
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This center in San Jose houses sea turtle hatchlings. Legarda will improve their facilities and provide lectures and orientations for the whole community on proper ecological solid waste management. With discipline, Brgy Funda-Dalipe can become a model for eco-solid waste mgmt.
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loren legarda Jan 13
Senator Loren Legarda released back to the sea two hawksbill turtles at the Lamawan Pony Marine Protected Area in Brgy. Funda-Dalipe in San Jose, Antique.
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loren legarda Jan 12
Inday Loren Joins Call for Peaceful and Secure Elections—Read here:
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loren legarda Jan 12
Legarda: Senate Will Prioritize Passage of 2019 Budget—Read here:
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loren legarda Jan 11
Legarda Urges Public to Cooperate in Planned Manila Bay Rehab—Pls. read here:
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loren legarda Jan 11
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We must ensure that the liquid waste from households and other establishments are treated before disposal and that solid waste are not thrown into its waters.
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loren legarda Jan 11
We should have a sustainable restoration program for the Manila Bay which should include the strict enforcement of laws such as the Clean Water Act and the Ecological Solid Waste Management (ESWM) Act.
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