Friday, June 13, 2014

Isipon, Osipon: The Legal Wife

Si Angel Locsin asin an mayor kan Daet na si Tito Sarion
(Retrato hale ki Francis Elevado)



Aram daw nindo na an nagkapirang parte kan teleserye na The Legal Wife pig-pelikula sa Daet asin sa pagtaraid na lugar sa Camarines Norte?

An bida kaining si Jericho Rosales, saro man na Bicolano. Si Rosales taga-Bula, Camarines Sur.

Naging parte man kan teleserying ini an local media personality asin beauty queen na si Tina Aureus.

http://www.bicolstandard.com/2014/03/tina-tins-aureus-legal-wife-teleserye.html


—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Atenean activist Mijares released on bail

NAGA CITY—Araw ng Kalayaan came one day late for Pio Emmanuel Mijares, the Ateneo de Naga University student who was arrested for interrupting President Benigno Aquino III’s speech yesterday.
Atenean activist Pio Emmanuel "Em" Mijares released on bail
Atenean activist Pio Emmanuel "Em" Mijares released on bail
Photo courtesy of Vince Casilihan
Mijares, who captured the attention of many Filipinos for his act of protest, was released late this afternoon from his detention cell at the Naga City Police Office.

Through a representative, Mijares presented a cash bond of P2,000 for one case, and P6,000 for another, totalling P8,000.

He is facing two criminal charges for alleged violation of Articles 148 and 153 of the Revised Penal Code, or tumults and other disturbances of public order, and assault upon an agent of a person in authority.

Immediately upon release, Mijares was greeted by his supporters with a streamer bearing the words “Happy Independence Day Em!”

“Em” is Mijares’ nickname.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Naga City teachers join call for salary hike

NAGA CITY—Some were in school uniforms while others were in black shirts, but the cry of the members of the Naga City Teachers and Employees Association (NACITEA) during today’s prayer rally was one and the same: for Congress to pass House Bill No. 245.
Naga City teachers join call for salary hike Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
Naga City teachers join call for salary hike
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
Said House Bill increases the minimum monthly salaries of public school teachers to P25,000 and non-teaching personnel to P15,000.

Headed by their president, Pipo Evangelista, and vice president Liza Delos Martires, the members of NACITEA trooped to Plaza Quince Martires to urge more legislators to support the bill.
Rep. Salvio Fortuno
Rep. Salvio Fortuno
They acknowledged the support of Rep. Salvio Fortuno of the 4th legislative district of Camarines Sur, the only Bicolano solon who openly supports the passing of the measure.

In the same occasion, they called upon other Bicolano legislators to back up the pending legislation that has been lying idle in the Lower House.

They lamented that some teachers and other school employees have resorted to selling food items like longganisa, or engaging in the electronic loading business, to augment their meager salary.

They argued that lawmakers should pass the bill instead of squandering public funds. They also reiterated that more talented people will be attracted to the teaching profession if teachers are adequately remunerated.

At least 500 members of the teaching and non-teaching staff from the Division of City Schools joined the prayer rally.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Naga City teachers join call for salary hike Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
Naga City teachers join call for salary hike
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Naga City teachers join call for salary hike
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
Naga City teachers join call for salary hike
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
Naga City teachers join call for salary hike Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
Liza Delos Martires, Vice President of NACITEA
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Naga City teachers join call for salary hike Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
Naga City teachers join call for salary hike
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
Naga City teachers join call for salary hike Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
Naga City teachers join call for salary hike
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Sinasahotan parabariwas nin shabu sa Libmanan, arestado

LIBMANAN, CAMARINES SUR—Nagbubunga nin positibong resulta an mayong hotahot na kampanya kan mga miembros kan pulis sa banwaan na ini.

An Libmanan na susug sa confidential report hale sa PDEA kabale sa mga lugar na kadakul an mga paratinda asin paragamit kan pinapangalad na droga, luway-luway nang nakakabangon huli sa mayong kapagalan na kampanya kan mga awtoridad.

Afuera kan saindang mga buy bust operations, hinihigosan na maray an mga awtoridad sa pagserve kan mga mandamiento de arresto asin pag-implementar kan mga search warrants kan mga imbuelto sa pagpabakal nin droga.

Laen pa digdi an iba pang klase nin krimen.

Si Police Supt. Vicente Costales Marpuri, Jr., an pamayo kan PNP digdi, nagpahayag na dinakop ninda si Joseph Boy y Comia, sa barangay San Isidro.

An personang ini, na suboot sarong dakulang pangaran sa drug trade, iyo an pigtutukdong supplier kan nagkukuriyat na shabu na pigbabalidya sa mga pagtaraid na barangay.

Sa kusog kan search warrant na firmado ni RTC Judge Irma Isidora Boncodin-Zamudio, linaog kan mga awtoridad an pigtutukdong lugar na may shabu.

Nakua sa poder kan suspechado an duwang pcs na heat-sealed transparent plastic sachet na may laog na maputing pulbos na pigtutubodan na shabu; sarong heat-sealed plastic sachet na may latak nin pigtutubodan na shabu; 1 rolyo nin aluminum foil asin tooter.

An dinakop na persona haloy nang nasa listahan kan mga awtoridad, alagad ngonian sana natimbog sa tabang kan mga informante sa saindang lugar.


Siya maatubang nin caso sa paglapas sa ley mapadapit sa pinapangalad na droga, an RA 9165.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Atenean activist Mijares faces 2 criminal charges, prepares to post bail

NAGA CITY—Two criminal charges were filed against Pio Emmanuel Mijares y Reyes, the Ateneo de Naga University student who was apprehended yesterday for interrupting President Benigno Aquino III’s Independence Day speech here.
Pio Emmanuel Mijares
Pio Emmanuel Mijares
Photo courtesy of Vince Casilihan
Mijares is held for violation of Articles 153 and 148 of the Revised Penal Code, or tumults and other disturbances of public order, and assault upon an agent of a person in authority.

2nd Assistant City Prosecutor Antonio D. Guerina Jr. recommended a total bail of P8,000 for the two cases.

At press time, his legal counsels, Atty. Luis Ruben General and Atty. Ricky Tomotorgo are preparing to post bail. Mijares has been detained since yesterday at the Naga City Police Office.

It will be recalled that Mijares was arrested for shouting “Patalsikin ang Pork Barrel King! Walang pagbabago sa Pilipinas!” while holding a banner with the words “Oust PNoy,” “Scrap all forms of pork,” and “DAP ibasura,” during the President’s speech.

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Reactions

News of Mijares’ arrest elicited varied reactions from netizens. Some condemn Mijares’ choice of venue in airing his gripes against the government. Others, meanwhile, hail him as a hero for having the courage to voice out his opinion on current issues.

The comments read:

“I know what he did is something stupid..... but I call it BRAVERY!!!.... Salute to this guy who at an early age knows how to stand on what he think is right in this rotten government!!!”

“He should be recognized as the 16th Bicol martyr.”

“You have to admire the guts and conviction of that boy who heckled the president ... but we also have to realize that with YOUTH comes inexperience and the lack of restraint and maturity.”

“Freedom of expression is everyone's right. However,there's always a proper way of doing it.”

“walang modo. hindi ba cya tinuruan na antayin matapos ang nagsasalita bago ka sumabat? wait for your turn.”

"I will not be quick on the trigger and condemn Em for what he allegedly did. We can disagree on
whether what he did was proper or not. But what was the spirit behind his act?"

“But still, this Atenean is more commendable than the others who, to best celebrate our nation's independence, decided to use Independence Day-related captions for their selfies for a change.”

"Whoever he is, I am proud of him. Naga has always been known as anti-national government."

"The young will have their time. But not TODAY !"

Last night, a group of students planned to conduct a vigil for Mijares in front of the Naga City Police Office. However, cooler heads prevailed upon them to wait for the legal action that their lawyers would recommend.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Pag-imon, ipigtukdong causa sa paggadan

LIBON, ALBAY— Posibleng “love triangle” an rason sa paggadan ki Eduardo Merced, elihidong consejal sa barangay Maramba, Oas, Albay.

Ini an pigsisiyasat na motibo sa likod kan makangirhat na krimen, na nagtapos kan buhay kan oficial kan barangay.

An mga miembros kan pulis sa bawaan na ini, nag-oogid pa kan ibang mga posibleng motibo kan paragadan,huli ta mayo pang malinaw na evidencia na pwedeng magtukdo kan responsible sa krimen.

An pugol na resulta kan imbestigasyon nagsasabi na binisita kan victima an saiyang kasaroan na si Jemma Sasutuna, 45 anyos, sa saindang residencia sa Barangay San Jose, Oas.

Mantang naghahalat si Merced sa sala kan harong kan babae, nagkapirang putok nin badil an nadangod, asin pirang minutos an naka-agi, naheling na sanang an victimang si Eduardo Marced na nagkakarigos nang dugo.

Walong baseyo nin bala hale sa calibre .45 an napurot kan mga imbestigador sa lugar kan krimen.

An ilog hale sa baseyo iyo an nagtadom sa lawas kan gadan.

Tulos nagadan si Merced sa pinangyarihan kan krimen.

An mga awtoridad nagrereparo pa kan ibang mga anggulo kan paggadan sa victima.

Sa entrevista, sinabi ni SPO2 Segundino Roman, Sr., kan Oas PNP na makusog an saindang pagtubod na makuring pag-imon an causa kan kagadanan kan victima.

An pagsiyasat kan mga awtoridad nagpupuntariya na si Jemma Sasutana, na kasaroan kan ginadan, haloy na man suway sa saiyang tunay na agom.

Si Merced balo.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Sorsogon police na duty sa may Barcelona Church binadil

SORSOGON — Habo pang maghuraw an serye nin krimen sa provinciang ini, na an mga napipiling victima, pulis asin miembro kan militar.

An pinakabago sa serye nin mga incidente nangyari sa banwaan kan Barcelona, na an ginadan si PO2 Christopher Escreza.

Mayo pang itinutukdo na responsable sa krimen, mantang an mga tawo na pwedeng nakaheling kan paggadan, may pagduwa-duwa na mag-ayuda nin informasyon na makakataong tabang sa paghanap kan kriminal.

Sabi sa report, si PO2 Escreza nakatindog sa atubangan kan Barcelona Church kan siya paputokan kan tirador kan krimen.

An parabadil nagposisyon na harane sanang maray sa victima.

Si P/Supt Bernard Banac, Provincial Director kan PNP digdi nagsabi na yaon sa saiyang trabaho si Escreza kan siya gadanon.

Dae pa sana nahahaloy, si Dante Buentes, hinipaan, dagos ginadan sa barangay Vinisitahan, Donsol kan fecha 8, ngonian na bulan.

Kan Hunyo 10, an 2nd Infantry Battalion kan Army an nagreport kan paggadan ki Rene Madrona, na tawohan ninda.

An mga rebeldeng miembros kan New People’s Army (NPA) nag-ako kan responsibilidad sa paggadan ki Madrona asin Escreza.

Sa mga nagmamasid, an mga rebeldeng NPA asin an mga pulis pati an militar digdi an haloy nang nagbabaralosan, por medio kan saindang kanya-kanyang operasyon.

Mientrastanto, apisar kan mga nasambit na report, an pulis nagtitipon pa guiraray nin dugang na mga evidencia para sa pigmamawot na justicia sa parte kan mga victima.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Daragita, linupigan dagos ginadan sa Catanduanes

CATANDUANES—Sarong 16 anyos na daragita an naging victima nin dae pa midbid na paralupig sa banwaan kan San Andres.

An victima iyo si Lyka Bermejo, na pagkatapos na lugosan, dinagosan pang ginadan.

An mga magurang kan victima nagkapirang aldaw na pighahanap an saindang aking duro-daragita, na nadukayan sa sarong pwerang lugar na nagrurugnas na an saiyang lawas.

Mayo pang ideya an mga awtoridad kun siisay an kaggibo kan krimen.

An magurang kan victima na si Elsie nagtao sa mga awtoridad kan informasyon na si Lyka, antes ining mawara, nagpaaram saiya na maduman sa sapa na harane sa saindang harong tangani na hugasan an mga plato.

Dae na nakabwelta kan parehong aldaw si Lyka.

Nakua an saiyang nalalapa nang lawas na pano nin senyales na siya linupigan.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Maestro, tinadtad nin bala sa Lagonoy

LAGONOY, CAMARINES SUR — Mga bala gikan sa calibre .45 asin 9mm na pistola an nagtadom sa lawas ni Edwin Roque y Rellora, na naging causa kan saiyang kadaganan.

Si Roque, sarong maestro, asin designado bilang Teacher-In-Charge sa Gimagtocon Elementary School, sinurongan sa laog mismo kan saiyang oficina kan mga paragadan.

Duwang armadong lalaki na naka maskara asin nakasulot nin sunglasses an responsible sa krimen.

An sabi sa report, sa primerong parakpatak kan putok, dae tulos tinamaan nin mortal an victima.

Nagkadalagan pa si Roque paluwas sa barangay road mantang linalapag kan paragadan.

Alagad mantang nakalibre sa enot na putokputok kan badil, dae an victima nag pipinsar na may kaibahan pang saro an parabadil, na nag-aabang sa luwas.

An kaibahan kan enot na parabadil, pinutokan man si Roque, asin duman dagos na siyang na tinodas.

Si Edwin Roque, 39 anyos pa sana an edad. An saiyang residencia yaon sa Gubat, Lagonoy.

An mga awtoridad mayo pang malinaw asin pusog na informasyon tanganing mag-estgablisir kan motibo kan pag gadan sa maestro.

Mayo man na naka midbid kan mga paragadan.

Sa kapot na report kan pulis na nag gigibo kan imbestigasyon, an mga paragadan naglunad sa sarong motorsiklo na mayo nin plate number.

An mga miembros kan SOCO nakapurot nin 11ng baseyo nin bala hale sa calibre .45ng pistol asin 3ng capsula na hale sa 9mm na pistol.

Pinapahiwas pa ngonian kan mga awtoridad an pagtipon nin mga informasyon bako sanang sa lugar kan krimen, kundi sagkod sa mga pagtaraid na barangay.

An mga enot na natipon na evidencia nagpupuntariya na mayo man nin relasyon sa saiyang trabaho an mitsa kan paggadan.

Mientrastanto, an mga escuela digdi an napapatos pa nin pagkatakot sa nangyari sa laog mismo kan saindang laguerta. — BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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PHOTOS: 116th Independence Day in Naga City

Plaza Quince Martires during the 116th Independence Day in Naga City
Plaza Quince Martires during the 116th Independence Day in Naga City
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Plaza Quince Martires during the 116th Independence Day in Naga City
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Plaza Quince Martires during the 116th Independence Day in Naga City
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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Ex-mayor Arceño: I am no fugitive from justice

NAGA CITY—Former Pasacao town mayor Maria Asuncion “Ava” Arceño belied reports that she went into hiding when she received the information that Regional Trial Court Branch 33 Judge Marvel Clavecilla issued an arrest warrant against her for indirect contempt.
Ex-mayor Ava Arceño: I am no fugitive from justice
In an interview over BBS-DWLV, Arceño clarified that it was never her intention to disrespect or insult the Honorable RTC Judge. She claimed that she was not notified of the scheduled promulgation of the charge of indirect contempt against her last June 3.

Arceño mentioned that on June 2, she filed a motion for postponement in connection with the June 3 promulgation.

However, she said that she did not receive any notice of hearing that requires her to attend the promulgation. She further stated that she even called her lawyer for advice. Her lawyer told her that if there is no notice of hearing, there is a probability that the decision is acquittal. Therefore there is no need for her to be present.

“It was really my intention to attend the promulgation. But, but my blood sugar is uncontrolled, and I had been suffering from a severe headache for several days already, so I decided to go to Manila.

Also, my lawyer was not available, that’s why he filed a motion to reset the promulgation to the last week of June,” she explained.

“On my way to Manila last June 3, somebody called to inform me that the indirect contempt promulgation proceeded,” she narrated.

A explained that the indirect contempt charge was issued because the court said that she did not did not follow the RTC order which enjoined her office to implement the 2013 annual budget.

The complainants in the indirect contempt charge are Hon. Nino Tayco, Robert Brazos, Jeff Lindsey Lee Oliver, Angelo Remo and William Bihag.

The legal issue started when the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Camarines Sur questioned the legality and effectivity of the 2013 budget.

The Sangguniang Panlalawigan filed a case for mandamus with prayer for Temporary Restraining Order and/or preliminary injunction against Mayor Arceño and the Sangguniang Bayan of Pasacao on April 29, 2013.

The Sangguniang Panlalawigan alleged that said budget is not approved because their interpretation is that the required number of votes for the approval of the annual budget should be a majority of all the members of the Sangguniang Bayan.

On the other hand, Arceño’s interpretation is that for the budget to be approved, the number of votes needed is only a majority of all members present, provided there is a quorum.

Antecedent to this, the 2011 and 2012 budgets were both questioned by the Sangguniang Panlalawigan in cases filed at the Regional Trial Court in Naga City for not having been legally passed.

Two favorable decisions were handed down by RTC Naga. Both decisions were appealed, and the Court of Appeals sustained and upheld Arceño’s interpretation. Said decision clarified that the required vote is only a majority of the Sangguniang Bayan, constituting a quorum.

“In 2013, the annual budget was again questioned,” Arceño narrated. “But, unlike the previous cases which were brought before RTC Naga, where cases involving the residents of Pasacao are filed, the new complaint was filed in RTC Pili.”

Arceño questioned the jurisdiction of RTC Pili. The court proceeded to hear the case.

On May 9, 2013, however, RTC Pili issued a Temporary Restraining Order, which in effect prohibits the LGU from spending the annual budget, because of the allegation that it is not approved.

On May 30, 2013, the same court granted the issuance of a writ of preliminary injunction.

Arceño explained that assuming that there is an injunction to spend the 2013 budget, the LGU will operate under a re-enacted budget. They will therefore use the 2012 annual budget.

Under a re-enacted budget, the law allows the LGU to spend money for essential operational expenses and contractual obligations.

In compliance with the TRO, the LGU spent money only for necessary expenses and contractual obligations.

“What the petitioner is questioning is the payment of the salaries of the contractual workers, which were hired as early as February 2013. This is a contractual obligation, which was made way ahead of the court’s issuance of the TRO,” she said.

“I did not abuse my authority,” she stressed. “The P383,750 was paid to contractual employees. I did not pocket a single centavo, nor did I violate the Graft and Corrupt Practices Act.”

In the order promulgated on June 3, 2014, the dispositive portion reads:

“WHEREFORE, foregoing premises considered, finding respondent Ava Arceño GUILTY, beyond reasonable doubt pursuant to her judicial admissions, of indirect contempt said co-respondent is hereby ordered:

A. To suffer imprisonment for thirty (30) days and to pay a fine of Thirty Thousand pesos (P30,000.00); and

B. To restitute to the treasury of LGU-Pasacao, Cam. Sur the amount of Three Hundred Eighty Three Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty Pesos (P383,750.00) which is the equivalent of the illegally-disbursed fund from the coffers of LGU Pasacao, Cam. Sur, in contravention of the Order of May 30, 2013 issued by this Court.”

The court further said that during the promulgation, Arceño was absent despite due notice, hence, the promulgation in absentia. The warrant of arrest was issued with a recommended bail of P80,000.00. In case Arceño appeals the decision, the appeal bond is fixed at P50,000.00.

Yesterday, Arceño personally reported to Branch 33 of the Regional Trial Court to file a motion for leave of court to avail of the remedy of appeal with attached Notice of Appeal with bond fee. The motion alleged that she voluntarily surrendered to the authorities in Quezon City and filed the required bail for her temporary liberty before the RTC Executive Judge in Quezon City.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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(UPDATED) Ateneo de Naga stude steals show from PNoy during Araw ng Kalayaan celeb in Naga City

NAGA CITY—Despite the tight security, a student activist was able to steal the limelight from President Benigno Aquino III, the guest of honor at the Independence Day celebration here.
Ateneo de Naga stude steals show from PNoy during Araw ng Kalayaan celeb in Naga City
Photo courtesy of Vince Casilihan
While His Excellency was delivering his message, Pio Emmanuel Mijares, a 19-year-old BS Psychology student of Ateneo de Naga University, shouted at the top of his lungs: “Patalsikin ang Pork Barrel King! Walang pagbabago sa Pilipinas!”

UPDATE: Ateneo activist Mijares faces 2 criminal charges, prepares to post bail

Mijares, an alleged member of Youth Act Now and Kabataan, was around 40 meters from where Aquino was standing.

The President was momentarily stunned by the loud noise, as everyone turned to look at Mijares. Aquino, however, still continued with his speech.

Karapatan Bikol spokesperson Vince Casilihan said in an immediate reaction, “Binitbit at sinaktan si Mijares ng mga PSG.” (Mijares was grabbed and hurt by the Presidential Security Group (PSG)).

He was taken to the Naga City PNP Office for questioning.

PNP Naga spokesman SPO1 Toby Bongon confirmed to BICOL STANDARD confirmed that Mijares will be charged with violation of Article 153 of the Revised Penal Code. This provision pertains to tumults and other disturbance of public orders. The imposable penalty is arresto mayor in its medium period to prision correccional in its minimum period and a fine not exceeding 1,000 pesos.

Meanwhile, a militant group held a separate rally in front of Jesse M. Robredo Coliseum along Ninoy and Cory Aquino Avenue.

The protesters carried screaming placards with the words “Aquino patalsikin.”

They were barred from entering the Central Business District I by members of the PSG and the local PNP.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

UPDATE: Atenean activisit Mijares released on bail

Araw ng Kalayaan rallies in Naga City along Ninoy and Cory Aquino Avenue
Photo courtesy of Vince Casilihan
Araw ng Kalayaan rallies in Naga City along Ninoy and Cory Aquino Avenue
Photo courtesy of Vince Casilihan
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Isipon, Osipon: Trivia sa Aldaw nin Katalingkasan

Aram daw nindo na 6 na beses pig declarar an indepencencia kan Pilipinas sa pag-oltanan kan 1898 hasta 1946?
Trivia sa Aldaw nin Katalingkasan
Kua ni Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
An primerong declarasyon nangyari kan fecha 12 kan Abril 1895, na sarong Viernes Santo. Si Andres Bonifacio, an founder kan Katipunan nagdeclarar kan independencia kan Pilipinas sa laog kan sarong cueva na inaapod na Bernardo Carpio sa Montalban. An lugar na ini inaapod na ngonian na cueva nin Pamitinan sa Rodriguez, provincia kan Rizal. Isinurat ni Bonifacio sa lanob kan cueva an tataramon na "Viva la independencia Filipinas" o “Mabuhay an katalingkasan kan Pilipinas.”

An ikaduwang declarasyon nangyari kan si Bonifacio asin an mga Katipunero pinarakit an mga cedula asin nagdeclarar na “mabuhay ang Kalayaan ng Pilipinas” sa Pugad Lawin, na ngonian parte kan Quezon City.

An ikatulong declarasyon nangyari kan fecha 31 kan Octubre 1896. An nanginot digdi si Presidente Emilio Aquinaldo, sa Kawit, Cavite. Nagpaluwas siya nin duwang declarasyon para sa mga Pilipino na i-ofrecir an saindang “dugo” para sa katalingkasan, asin an ika duwa nagdedeclarar sa bilog na kinaban na an Pilipinas, sarong independienteng nasyon.

An fecha 12 na pagromdom kan Aldaw nin Katalingkasan kan Pilipinas iyo na an ika-apat na declarasyon. Kan Hunio 12, 1898, si Aguinaldo nagdeclarar man kan independencia kan Pilipinas sa kamot kan mga Espanyol. Digdi man nagpoon an pinakaprimerong pagkanta kan national anthem na isinurat ni Julian Felipe asin an pag itaas kan bandera kan Pilipinas.

Kan Octubre 14, 1943, durante kan okupasyon kan mga Japon, pigdeclarar man an independencia kan Pilipinas. Alagad, dakul an nagduda kan siring na bagay, huli ta an nangyari talaga, “liberation” sana kan nasyon sa maringis na pagsakop kan mga Japones.

An ika-6, iyo an maludok na ceremonya na ginibo sa Luneta kan Julio 4, 1946. Sa laog nin 15ng taon, sagkod mag abot an turno ni Presidente Diosdado Macapagal, an Independencia kan Pilipinas pigcecelebrar kada fecha 4 kan Julio.

Kan 1962, si dating Presidente Macapagal, ama ni dating Presidente Gloria Macapagal–Arroyo, nag decider na an Philippine Independence Day gibohon kada fecha 12 kan bulan na Junio, bakong Julio 4.–BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Rehearsals for the visit of President Benigno Aquino III in Naga City

Rehearsals for the visit of President Benigno Aquino III in Naga City
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Rehearsals for the visit of President Benigno Aquino III in Naga City
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Rehearsals for the visit of President Benigno Aquino III in Naga City
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Rehearsals for the visit of President Benigno Aquino III in Naga City
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM

Rehearsals for the visit of President Benigno Aquino III in Naga City
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Monday, June 9, 2014

Bicolanos lobby for PNoy to proclaim Nora Aunor as National Artist

Bicolanos are anticipating with bated breath the proclamation of Nora Aunor as National Artist for Film and Broadcast Arts as Independence Day nears.
Nora Aunor as National Artist
Bicolanos lobby for PNoy to proclaim Nora Aunor as National Artist
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Previously, proclamations were made around June 12, giving supporters hope that Aunor will finally be declared National Artist.

A petition on change.org asking President Benigno Aquino III to proclaim the new National Artists, however, slams the delay.

It reads: “It has been eight months since Malacañang received the official and formal endorsement by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts and the Cultural Center of the Philippines of six new National Artists for confirmation, proclamation, and conferment by President Aquino.”

“This is taking longer than the time needed by the NCCA and CCP to process the nominations. These two institutions represent the artistic community, and have the legal mandate to administer the selection of nominees for National Artists. Theirs is the more crucial and important vetting process.
TO PRESIDENT AQUINO: If you are taking so long to review what the NCCA and CCP have done, does this mean that you do not trust these institutions in the recommendations they have made? Do you think their process is not credible enough to warrant your confidence? Is there anything that's yet to be done in the vetting process to make the endorsements more acceptable and convincing? Is this something that you can inform the public about in the name of transparency?”

As of press time, the petition has been signed by 954 supporters.

Aunor, whose real name is Nora Cabaltera Villamayor, was born in San Francisco, Iriga City, Camarines Sur. Among her films are Lollipops and Roses, Bona, Himala, The Flor Contemplacion Story, Bakit May Kahapon Pa?, Sidhi, and Thy Womb.

If Aunor is conferred with the rank and title of National Artist, she will receive the National Artist gold-plated medallion minted by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), a citation; lifetime emolument and material and physical benefits comparable in value to those received by the highest officers of the land such as: a minimum cash award of P200,000.00, net of taxes, a minimum lifetime personal monthly stipend of P30,000.00, life insurance coverage for Awardees who are still insurable; a State Funeral benefit not exceeding P500,000.00, and a place of honor, in line with protocular precedence, in state functions, national commemoration ceremonies and all other cultural presentation.

Joining Aunor in the list of the new National Artists endorsed by the NCCA and CCP are Cirilo Bautista for Literature, Francisco Coching for Visual Arts, Alice Reyes for Dance, Francisco Feliciano for Music, and Jose Ma. Zaragoza for Architecture.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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