Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Naga City still safe—PNP

NAGA CITY—“I would like to debunk the comments on social media and text messages that there is a spate of violence in Naga City,” OIC City Director Police Senior Supt. Narciso Damaso Domingo announced in a press conference earlier today (March 31) at the Naga City Police Office.

OIC City Director Police Senior Supt. Narciso Damaso Domingo
Photo: BICOLSTANDARD.COM
In fact, Domingo said that “generally the peace and order situation in Naga City is considered within manageable level during the period covered.”

The OIC City Director emphasized that the stabbing and shooting incidents that took place along Magsaysay Avenue were merely “isolated incidents.”

“Medyo unfortunately nahighlight lang po ang nabanggit na violence sa Magsaysay Avenue,” he explained.

In an effort to clarify to the media, he stated that in the period covering February 25 to March 25, 2015, or one month, the following criminal incidents were reported:

Theft – 86
Physical Injury – 80
Robbery – 29
Rape – 3
Reckless imprudence resulting to homicide – 1
Homicide – 1
Violation of special laws – 45
Other non-index crimes – 200

The total crime volume for said month is 446, according to the Naga City Peace and Order Situation Report.

“There is a decrease of […] 48.73% in crime volume from the previous month to the present month,” says the same report.

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Domingo also admitted that there is still a lot of room for improvement where the peace and order situation in Naga City is concerned.

In Magsaysay Avenue, for instance, the Naga City Police Office has amped up police visibility.

Mayor John Bongat also recommended that a police outpost be established in said gimmick strip, he added.

“We will comply with the said recommendation,” he declared.

Meanwhile, the City Director made no mention of the recent twin robberies (Arts, Culture and Tourism Office (ACTO) and Barryman's Coffee and Tea) in the Naga City Hall compound.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.


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Lalaki binadil, gadan, sa Iriga City

IRIGA CITY—Binadil, gadan, si Rodel Adan y Nunial, 32 anyos asin residente kan Barangay Nino Jesus, sa Ciudad na ini kasubago.

Segun sa report ni PSupt. Virgilio Olalia, Jr., an hefe kan PNP digdi, 3ng mga dae bistadong tawo an responsible sa krimen.

Base sa nagunong informasyon, si Sgt. Roderick Fernandez, naka distino sa detatchment sa Nababarera digdi na miembro kan Charlie Company kan 22nd Infantry Brigade, an nagpaabot kan report sa pulis.

An krimen nangyari sa pwerang lugar sa Barangay San Vicente digdi.

Tinamaan nin nagkapirang bala an hawak kan victima, na iyo an naging causa kan saindang kagadanan.

Mayo pang makapagsabi kun ano an motibo kan pang gagadan, asin kun sisay an tulong suspechado.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirmeng enot. Pirmeng bago.
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Agko na sulo | Power restored in Rinconada

IRIGA CITY—Power has been restored in the coverage areas of Camarines Sur III Electric Cooperative, Inc. (CASURECO III) shortly before 6 p.m. tonight (March 31).

CASURECO III Special General Membership Assembly held on March 28, 2015 at Iriga City Colosseum
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
The coop management was able to pay P15 million at 4 p.m. to cover their dues for the month of January 2015.

This is addition to the P10 million that was paid yesterday before the power supply was disconnected.

The coop had P85 million in dues, earlier reports said.

This, however, may be a temporary respite for residents of the Rinconada area.

Payment for the energy consumption for the month of February 2015, which amounts to P67 million, is due on April 6.

The beleaguered coop, however, still lacks money to pay for said bill.

CASURECO III services the towns of Bula, Baao, Bato, Balatan, Buhi, Nabua and the city of Iriga.

At around noon yesterday, power supply was disconnected because the coop was unable to settle its dues.—With report from Jon-jon Oyales, BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot, pirming bago.
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Five Bicol OFWs still in Yemen – OWWA

LEGAZPI CITY- The local office of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) revealed today that it is keeping tabs of at least five Bicolano foreign workers still in Yemen.

Outgoing Bicol OWWA Director Jocelyn Hapal said that, as of two days ago, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) had yet to enforce a repatriation notice to Filipinos working in the strife-torn state.

Without revealing the names of the five overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), Hapal said that based on their records, they were employed in the construction business.

The official also believes that the number might be more considering the fact that there are also undocumented foreign workers in the said Middle Eastern country.

These undocumented workers according to Hapal did not go through the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), hence they would be absent from their database.

The director also stressed that if these workers are not on record, they would not be able to avail of the alleviation programs the OWWA has for repatriated OFWs.

Hapal said that repatriated OFWs are granted livelihood packages to assist them in between employment.

In most cases, the entrepreneurial assistance provided by their agency become their new source of income, discouraging them from returning overseas.

It will be recalled that the DFA raised Alert Level 4 (Mandatory Repatriation) in Yemen after continued deterioration of the security situation.

A resolution on the matter was even issued by the DFA as early as February 23, 2015 but is still being snubbed by Filipinos working there.

The reason: there is not enough employment opportunities in the Philippines.

On a related issue, Hapal personally disagrees with the proposal to tax OFW remittances.

The official said that the money earned by these so-called “new breed of heroes” were earned in a foreign land and not in the Philippines and is therefore not subject to the country’s revenue laws.

She suggested that these workers should even be exempted from such measures as they have been the “saving grace” of the Philippine economy.

Meanwhile, according to the OWWA Bicol records, there are about 11,000 OFWs from the Bicol region alone.

If all these workers would abandon their posts and return home, according to critics, the Philippine government would have an unemployment nightmare on her hands. – by Joey B. Garalde
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No Registration, No Travel policy starts April 1—LTO RD Lutey

RD San Luis-Lutey
LEGAZPI CITY—Land Transportation Office (LTO) Bicol Regional Director Noreen San Luis-Lutey reminded all owners of motorize vehicles that the implementation of the No Registration, No Travel policy starts on April 1.

"Only LTO Law Enforcers and LTO Deputized Agents in complete uniform with valid ID and carrying LTO-issued Temporary Operators Permit (TOP) are authorized to stop vehicles and apprehend those in violation of the same," she said.



LTO Reminders to New Motor Vehicle Owners


Meanwhile, the Assistant Secretary Alfonso Tan, Jr., chief of the LTO also declared that “We advise new motor vehicle owners who have yet to receive their license plates to ask their dealers to furnish them with proof of registration application. We’ve received reports that some dealers have taken months to even start the application process, so this will help the public monitor whether they are getting the services they paid for.” 

For more assurance, they can even ask their dealers for copies of their: (1) Certificate of Stock Reported (CSR), (2) Sales Invoice, (3) Certificate of Insurance Cover, and (4) Philippine National Police Clearance, because these are the supporting documents needed to start the registration process. Without these supporting documents, the dealer could not have started the process yet.

To calm concerns of the public that some traffic enforcers may abuse their authority by apprehending new motor vehicle owners who have begun the registration process but have not received their license plates through the fault of their dealers, the LTO also clarifies that only vehicles without valid license plates may be apprehended.

“If you have valid license plates, whether the new black-and-white series or any of the older green-and-white designs, you will not be apprehended for possible violation of the No Registration-No Travel policy,” Tan explained.


Contest Apprehension within 5 Days if Fault is Due to Dealer


The applicable penalties for a violation of the No Registration-No Travel rule under Joint Administrative Order 2014-01 include a P 10,000.00 fine for driving an unregistered vehicle, which is assessed against the vehicle owner, and a P 1,000.00 fine assessed against the driver.

If the driver is able to present a Certificate of Registration (CR) and an Official Receipt (OR) of the vehicle to prove that it has been registered, the driver will be fined only P 5,000.00 for failure to attach plates.

In these latter cases, however, for vehicle owners who believe that the fault is due to their dealers’ delay, the LTO advises them to contest the apprehension by filing a written protest within five (5) days from apprehension. This will allow the LTO to look into the potential fault of the dealer and take appropriate action, if warranted.

The LTO may impose fines, or suspend or even revoke the accreditation of erring dealerships.


Reminders for Those Within the 7-Day Registration Process


For new motor vehicles that are within the allowed 7-day registration process, the driver must present the Certificate of Stock Reported (CSR), Sales Invoice dated within seven (7) days prior to the apprehension, and a Certificate of Insurance Cover dated on or after the date of Sales Invoice. If such documents are presented, no penalties will be meted out.

However, should the date of the Sales Invoice exceed thirty-seven (37) days on the date of apprehension, the motor vehicle will be impounded by the LTO.

Since the LTO implemented Administrative Order (AO) No. AVT-2014-24 in February 2014, the new one-stop registration process has eliminated unnecessary delays and cut down processing time down to seven (7) days, from the previous three to four (3-4) weeks.—DOTC/ ,BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.
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HAPPY TRIP | Pulis Naga nanaong paguiromdom para sa salbadong biyahe ngonian na cuaresma

Pulis Naga nanaong paguiromdom para sa salbadong viaje ngonian na cuaresma
Kua ni Melvin Machado
NAGA CITY—Pinangenotan ni Police Senior Superintendent Narciso Domingo, OIC City Director kan Naga City Police Office, an pagdistribuir nin polyetos sa publico kasoodma. Ini katakod kan saindang kampanya na maging salbado an saindang biyahe.

An mga babasahon na ipinanao nag-iinformar kan mga dapat gibuhon kan mga mabiyarahe ngonian na panahon kan cuaresma asin bakasyon, orog na si mga mapuli sa saindang banwaan.

Saro sa mga pigdumanan ni Police Senior Supt. Domingo iyo an Bicol Central Station. An terminal na ini nagsusupay sa mga pasahero na nag-aabot asin naghahale sa Bicol pag Semana Santa asin bakasyon.

Apwera sa pagpapaguiromdom sa mga pasahero, pinatanidan man kaini ang saiyang mga tawohan na nagbabantay sa CBD 2 na pakusogon an pagrerekorida sa palibot kan terminal.

Mientrastanto, kaibahan man ni SSupt. Domingo sa pagpalakop kan informasyon an spokesperson kan Naga City Police Office na si SPO1 Toby Bongon, asin iba pang mga miembros kan Naga City Police Press Corps.—ni Melvin Machado

Pulis Naga nanaong paguiromdom para sa salbadong viaje ngonian na cuaresma
Kua ni Melvin Machado

Pulis Naga nanaong paguiromdom para sa salbadong viaje ngonian na cuaresma
Kua ni Melvin Machado

Pulis Naga nanaong paguiromdom para sa salbadong viaje ngonian na cuaresma
Kua ni Melvin Machado

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ALOHA! | CNorte lady cops, NUP hailed Hawaiian dance champs

Photo via PSSupt. Harris Fama


LEGAZPI CITY—The contingent from Camarines Norte Police Provincial Office (CNPPO), which was composed of policewomen and non-uniformed personnel, was named champion during the Hawaiian Dance Competition held at Police Regional Office 5 (PRO5) here. The activity was part of the culminating activity of 2015 National Women’s Month Celebration.

Eleven (11) contingents from different parts of the Bicol Police force competed in the dance showdown. 

Named first-runner up was the contingent from Albay PPO, while the second runner-up award was given to Camarines Sur PPO. 

PO1 Crean Abordo of Camarines Norte Provincial Public Safety Company (CN-PPSC) was also chosen as one of the faces of the night.


PO1 Crean Abordo, Camarines Norte Provincial Public Safety Company
Photo via Cam Norte Police Office


OIC Provincial Director Fama, proud  


Meanwhile, Police Senior Supt. Harris Fama, who was still exhilarated over his team's win, congratulated the members of the Camarines Norte contingent.

"The members of my team dedicated so much passion and energy in preparing for the event. They really deserved to win," the beaming Camarines Norte Provincial Director told BICOL STANDARD.

"I was really cheering so hard during their performance because they really put their heart on it," Fama added.

PSSupt. Fama, an advocate of women's rights and empowerment, was among those present during the culminating activity of the Women's Month Celebration.


Competition

The participating units include Police Regional Office 5 (PRO5), Regional Special Training Unit 5 (RSTU5), Regional Training Center 5 (RTC5), Non-Uniformed Personnel (NUP) of PRO5, and the Police Offices of Naga City, Albay, Camarines Sur, Camarines Norte, Catanduanes, Masbate, and Sorsogon.

The board of judges was composed of Mrs. Marliza Clidoro Deona, wife of PRO 5 Regional Director; Mrs. Aida Alcazar Naz, Officer-in-Charge of Philippine Information Agency-Legazpi City; Dr. Ma. Gianeli Q. Besaña,  NAPOLCOM Provincial Office Albay Administrative Officer; and Ms. Jane Nuyda, owner of Teatro de Artes.

The criteria for judging included synchronization, creativity, choreography and formation, overall performance, costume, and presentation. 

This year’s celebration aims to pay tribute to all women leaders who passionately lead and continue to advance women’s advocacies. It also seeks to highlight the key roles and accomplishments of women in leadership, power, and decision-making. This is to influence and break the conservative mindset and belief that politics and leadership are not for women.

"Juana, Desisyon Mo ay Mahalaga sa Kinabukasan ng Bawat Isa, Ikaw Na!” is the theme of 2015 National Women’s Month Celebration.—With report from SPO2 Buñag, RR and BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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Monday, March 30, 2015

Blind group to lead Pabasa in Bicol Braille

LEGAZPI CITY—A group of visually-impaired persons will conduct a public Pabasa in Bicol using Braille for 24 hours starting on Holy Thursday.

Several members of the group Visually Impaired Voices of AlbayPhoto via Viva
According to the group who calls themselves Viva or Visually Impaired Voices of Albay, the prayer session will start at 9:00 o’clock in the morning and will end at the exactly the same time the following day at Penaranda Park, this city.

The event’s coordinator, Jeff Cuela, himself a blind masseur, said that for the first time, the text of the Pabasa has been translated into Bicol Braille and will be recited by10 to 15 members of their group.

The translation of the centuries-old religious narrative was done by the National Library of the Philippines and was financed by the group.

Cuela added that they were able to raise funds to pay for the translation through donations by well-meaning sponsors.

The fund was able to produce ten copies of the Bicol Braille version and will just be shared by the members during the event.

They have already conducted this event last year in Pilipino-Braille, but this is the first time that the Pabasa will be done in Bicol.

Through this activity, Cuela says that they hope to inspire Catholic Bicolanos especially the younger generation of the importance of this socio-cultural practice.

The event this year was sponsored by the City Tourism Office.

The group Viva was originally organized as a band to showcase the talents of these marginalized group, although most of them earn their living as masseurs and masseuses.

With this, Cuela expressed his gratitude to those who helped their group realize the new project.

The Pabasa is a time-honored religious tradition in which the participants sing and chant the prayers or Biblical passages about the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

It is usually done before Good Friday for 24 hours straight with the partakers taking turns in the recital.

Several old-timers in the city have already expressed their worry that the tradition would soon fade away as the practice has been slowly dwindling for generations.

Cuela says that not only will they revive a longstanding custom but would surely prove the importance their group’s contribution to the Holy Week commemoration.—By Joey B. Garalde
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Bokal Abonal, dae guiraray pinatukaw kan Sangguniang Panlalawigan

PILI- CSur – Inolang na naman kan mga miembros kan Sangguniang Panlalawigan an pagtukaw sa pwesto kan 2ng mga bagong miembro kan Sangguniang Panlalawigan, na ipigproklamar na gana sa election kan 2013.

Durante kan ginibong session kasubagong odto, an SP nag declarar na dae pa ninda pwedeng akoon si Atty. Ariel Abonal bilang miembro kan SP na minarepresentar kan segundo distrito kan Camarines Sur, ta igwa pa nin pendienteng Petition for Certiorari sa Supreme Court si dating bokal Romulo Hernandez.

Si Hernandez enot nang pig disclalificar kan Commission on Elections, en banc bilang bokal kan segundo distrito, sa rason nan aka tulong beses na siyang naelihir pareyong pwesto.

Mientrastanto, sa session kasubago, si 1st District Board Member Warren Senar, sa saiyang pag contra sa pag asumir sa pwesto ni Abonal nag sabi na mahalat sinda kan masunod na mga desisyon sa pendienteng kwestyon legal.

En connection kan bagay na ini, sinabi ni Abonal na nagpasaluib opisina kan junta provincial sa pagtalaan kan session ngonian na aldaw.

Segun saiya, kan Viernes nag hapot siya kun mag session ngonian na semana, alagad dae nagtuga saiya na igwa nin session.

An regular na session kan junta provincial ginigibo kada Martes.

Alagad ngonian na semana, sa rason na bakong malinaw ki Abonal, inabante an session ngonian na aldaw, Lunes, en vez na Martes.

Yaon ngonian si Abonal sa Supreme Court tanganing mag sumitir kan dugang na mga commentaryo na kaipohan para sa saiyang pagtukaw sa pwesto.

Maboot na sinabi ni Abonal na maabot man lang sa tamang panahon na mayo nang ikakataong rason an mga kalaban niya sa politikang mga bokal, asin siya makakatukaw man guiraray. Ni Oscar Esmenda (BICOLSTANDARD.COM)
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ANOTHER CITY HALL COMPOUND ROBBERY | Burglar strikes at Barryman's Coffee and Tea

NAGA CITY-- Yet another hangout has become a crime scene here.

According to the police report, burglars broke into Barryman's Coffee and Tea between 11:15 PM of March 28 (Saturday) and 6:20 PM of March 29 (Sunday).

Said restaurant, which is owned by Atty. Norman Barrosa, is located inside the City Hall Compound in Concepcion Pequena.

Police said that an unidentified person gained entry by first dismantling the iron casing of the establishment's air conditioning unit. Subsequently, he removed the installed exhaust fan and passed through the fan window.

While inside, he forcibly opened the glass door of the office of Atty. Remelisa Alfelor-Moraleda.

The robber then carted away cash worth P10,000 and a digital camera of an unknown brand worth P10,000.

After which, the malefactors broke into the glass door of the office of Atty. Barrosa.

The perpetrator took away from said office the following: Coach wallet containing $500 cash in different denominations, Nikon D5200 DLSR camera worth P45,000, IPAD worth P30,000, and a FUJI digital camera worth P15,000.

Members of the Scene of the Crime Operatives (SOCO) have already processed the scene this morning (March 30). However, the identity of the suspect remains unknown.

Meanwhile, earlier today, City Director has ordered a meeting among security agencies to address the deteriorating peace and order situation at the city's gimmick hub.

It will be recalled that on March 22 a stabbing incident occurred outside Kin'aMon. The incident, which involved customers, claimed two lives.

On March 28, a man shot a female customer inside the Red Cactus Bar in Magsaysay Avenue.

This incident is also the second city hall compound robbery to be recorded this month alone.

On March 7, it will be remembered, the Arts, Culture and Tourism Office (ACTO) was also robbed between 9 o'clock in the morning and 12 o'clock noon.--BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirming enot. Pirming bago.
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Rinconada area: Uda sulo, mangitnit!

Photo via Casureco 3 Facebook account
IRIGA CITY – “Uda sulo. Mangitngit!”

Iyon ini an kurahaw kan mga residentes sa Rinconada area, an lugar na sakop kan Camarines Sur III Electric Cooperative, Inc., na pinutolan nin supply nin kuryente kasubangong odto.

An sinambit na cooperatiba pirme na sanang igwang huma hale sa supplier nin kuryente na saindang pigcoconsumo huli sa dakulang nang kantidad na dae ninda nababayadan.

An pinakahuring informasyon nagsasabi na an coop may babayadan ngonian na bulan sa San Miguel Electric Cooperative (SMEC) nin kantidad P87 milyones, afuera kan iba pang obligasyon na an total P130 milyones na.

Kan saro pang aldaw dapat pinutolan nin kuryente an Casureco III, alagad an manehamiento nakimaherak.

Mientrastanto, sa ginibong Annual General Assembly kan Sabado tinawan nin dagdag na plazo sagkod kasubagong odto na mabayadan an sinambit na kantidad.

Alagad, dae sinda nakabayad.

Ini an informasyon na hale ki Administrator Fernando Turiano kan Casureco III.

Hastang sinusurat an baretang ini, an manehamiento kan cooperaba dae makasabi kun nuarin ninda pwedeng madisponir an P87 miyones na pambayad, asin kun nuarin pwedeng makabalik an ilaw sa sainda.

An mga banwaan na sakop kan Casureco III iyo an Bula, Baao, Bato, Balatan, Buhi asin an Ciudad kan Iriga.

Ibinabasol an pagkabangkarote kan cooperatiba sa salang pagmanehar, sobrang systems loss, dakul na maray na mga empleado asin corruption sa fundo.--Report ni Junjun Oyales – BICOL STANDARD Correspondent, Rinconada BICOLSTANDARD.COM Pirmeng enot, Pirmeng bago.
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Saturday, March 28, 2015

ON HOT PURSUIT | Police on lookout for Red Cactus shooting suspect

NAGA CITY—The Naga City Police Office (NCPO) is filing a case of Frustrated Murder against the suspect in the shooting incident in Red Cactus Resto Bar last night, March 27.

Left: Rolando Rolda, suspect in the Red Cactus shooting incident (Photo courtesy of NCPO)
Right: Red Cactus Resto Bar (Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOL STANDARD)
Identified as Rolando Rolda of Paulog, Ligao City, Albay, the suspect escaped on board a white Sedan with plate number TSI 300.

This morning, the police announced that it has launched a hot pursuit operation to trace the suspect’s whereabouts.

“We encourage the peace-loving citizens of Naga to send any information to our hotline for the immediate arrest of the suspect,” the NCPO said on Facebook.

"Those who may harbor the said suspect will also be charged accordingly," they warned.
They also posted a photo of the suspect.

Rolda, according to the initial investigation, shot victim Myra Reyes Enaje at around 9:40 p.m. at the aforementioned establishment with a caliber .45 pistol.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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CASE IN POINT: Overspending


The 2016 election is just a few months away. As said in our previous case in point, “A politician thinks of the next election; a statesman of the next generation.” Are there still statesmen in our midst? Gone are the days of Quezon, Recto, Tanada, Sumulong, Diokno, Gonzales to name a few. Today, when one manifests his intention to run for public office, his peers ask the question, “Do you have money to spend?” This is the lesson that everyone should learn from the case in point because to over spending, a governor was disqualified and finally removed from office.

In a petition filed by Edgar San Luis to disqualify ER Ejercito, he claimed that the advertising between ABS-CBN Corporation and Scenema Concept International, Inc. were executed by an identified supporter without his knowledge and consent as, in fact, his signature thereon was obviously forged. Even assuming that such contract benefited him, he alleges that he should not be penalized for the conduct of third parties who acted on their own without his consent. Citing Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, 558 U.S. 2310 [2010], he argued that every voter has the right to support a particular candidate in accordance with the free exercise of his or her rights of speech and of expression, which is guaranteed in Section 4, Article III of the 1987Constitution. He believed that an advertising contract paid for by  a third party without the candidate’s knowledge and consent must be considered a form of political speech that must prevail against the laws suppressing it, whether by design or inadvertence. Further, Ejercito advanced the view that COMELEC Resolution No. 9476 distinguishes between “contribution” and “expenditure” and makes no proscription on the medium or amount of contribution. He also stressed that it is clear from COMELE Resolution No. 9615 that the limit set by law applies only to election expenditures of candidates and not to contributions made by third parties. For Ejercito, the fact that the legislature imposes no legal limitation on campaign donations is presumably because discussion on public issues and debate on the qualifications of candidates are integral to the operation of the government. Rule on his contentions. Explain.

Held: The contentions of Ejercito are not correct. The advertising contracts submitted in evidence by San Luis as well as those in legal custody of the COMELEC belie his hollow assertion. His express conformity to the advertising contracts is actually a must because non-compliance is considered as an election offense. (Sec. 13, R.A. No. 9006).

R.A. No. 9006 explicitly directs that broadcast advertisements donated to the candidate shall not be broadcasted without the written acceptance of the candidate, which shall be attached to the advertising contract and shall be submitted to the COMELEC, and that, in every case, advertising contracts shall be signed by the donor, the candidate concerned or by the duly-authorized representative of the political party. (R.A. No. 9006, Secs. 4.3 and 6.3). Conformably with the mandate of the law, COMELEC Resolution No. 9476 requires that election propaganda materials donated to a candidate shall not be broadcasted unless it is accompanied by the written acceptance of said candidate, which shall be in the form of an official receipt in the name of the candidate and must specify the description of the items donated, their quantity and value, and that, in every case, the advertising contracts, media purchase orders or booking orders shall be signed by the candidate concerned or by the duly authorized representatives of the party and, in case of a donation, should be accompanied by a written acceptance of the candidate, a party or their authorized representatives. (Rule 5, Sections 1 and 2). COMELEC Resolution No. 9615 also unambiguously states that it shall be unlawful to broadcast any election propaganda donated or given free of charge by any person or broadcast entity to a candidate without the written acceptance of the said candidate and unless they bear and be identified by the words “airtime for this broadcast was provided free of charge by” followed by the true and correct name and address of the donor. (Sec. 7(b); Emilio Ramon “E.R.” Ejercito v. COMELEC, et al., G.R. No. 212398, November 25, 2014).

Contention on no limitation on campaign donations.

It was contended that the legislature imposed no legal limitation on campaign donations. He vigorously asserted that COMELEC Resolution No. 9476 distinguishes between “contribution” and “expenditure” and makes no proscription on the medium or amount of contribution made by third parties in favor of the candidates, while the limit set by law, as appearing in COMELEC Resolution No. 9615, applies only to election expenditures of candidates. In brushing aside such contention, the Supreme Court ruled:

Section 13 of R.A. No. 7166 sets the current allowable limit on expenses of candidates and political parties for election campaign, thus:

SEC. 13. Authorized Expenses of Candidates and Political Parties. – The aggregate amount that a candidate or registered political party may spend for election campaign shall be as follows:
(a) For candidates – Ten pesos (P10.00) for President and Vice President; and for other candidates, Three pesos (P3.00) for every voter currently registered in the constituency where he filed his certificate of candidacy: Provided, That, a candidate without any political party and without support from any political party may be allowed to spend Five pesos (P5.00) for every such voter; and
(b) For political parties - Five pesos (P5.00) for every voter currently registered in the constituency or constituencies where it has official candidates.

Any provision of law to the contrary notwithstanding, any contribution in cash or in kind to any candidate or political party or coalition of parties for campaign purposes, duly reported to the Commission, shall not be subject to the payment of any gift tax.

Sections 100, 101, and 103 of the OEC are not repealed by R.A. No. 7166. These provisions, which are merely amended insofar as the allowable amount is concerned, read:

SECTION 100. Limitations upon expenses of candidates. – No candidate shall spend for his election campaign an aggregate amount exceeding one peso and fifty centavos for every voter currently registered in the constituency where he filed his candidacy: Provided, That the expenses herein referred to shall include those incurred or caused to be incurred by the candidate, whether in cash or in kind, including the use, rental or hire of land, water or aircraft, equipment, facilities, apparatus and paraphernalia used in the campaign: Provided, further, That where the land, water or aircraft, equipment, facilities, apparatus and paraphernalia used is owned by the candidate, his contributor or supporter, the Commission is hereby empowered to assess the amount commensurate with the expenses for the use thereof, based on the prevailing rates in the locality and shall be included in the total expenses incurred by the candidate.

SECTION 101. Limitations upon expenses of political parties. – A duly accredited political party may spend for the election of its candidates in the constituency or constituencies where it has official candidates an aggregate amount not exceeding the equivalent of one peso and fifty centavos for every voter currently registered therein. Expenses incurred by branches, chapters, or committees of such political party shall be included in the computation of the total expenditures of the political party.

Expenses incurred by other political parties shall be considered as expenses of their respective individual candidates and subject to limitation under Section 100 of this Code.

SECTION 103. Persons authorized to incur election expenditures. – No person, except the candidate, the treasurer of a political party or any person authorized by such candidate or treasurer, shall make any expenditure in support of or in opposition to any candidate or political party. Expenditures duly authorized by the candidate or the treasurer of the party shall be considered as expenditures of such candidate or political party.

The authority to incur expenditures shall be in writing, copy of which shall be furnished the Commission signed by the candidate or the treasurer of the party and showing the expenditures so authorized, and shall state the full name and exact address of the person so designated.

The focal query is: How shall We interpret “the expenses herein referred to shall include those incurred or caused to be incurred by the candidate” and “except the candidate, the treasurer of a political party or any person authorized by such candidate or treasurer” found in Sections 100 and 103, respectively, of the OEC? Do these provisions exclude from the allowable election expenditures the contributions of third parties made with the consent of the candidate? The Court holds not.

When the intent of the law is not apparent as worded, or when the application of the law would lead to absurdity, impossibility or injustice, extrinsic aids of statutory construction may be resorted to such as the legislative history of the law for the purpose of solving doubt, and that courts may take judicial notice of the origin and history of the law, the deliberations during the enactment, as well as prior laws on the same subject matter in order to ascertain the true intent or spirit of the law.

Looking back, it could be found that Sections 100, 101, and 103 of the OEC are substantially lifted from P.D. No. 1296, as amended. Sections 51, 52 and 54 of which specifically provide:

Section 51. Limitations upon expenses of candidates. No candidate shall spend for his election campaign an amount more than the salary or the equivalent of the total emoluments for one year attached to the office for which he is a candidate: Provided, That the expenses herein referred to shall include those incurred by the candidate, his contributors and supporters, whether in cash or in kind, including the use, rental or hire of land, water or air craft, equipment, facilities, apparatus and paraphernalia used in the campaign: Provided, further, That, where the land, water or air craft, equipment, facilities, apparatus and paraphernalia used is owned by the candidate, his contributor or supporter, the Commission is hereby empowered to assess the amount commensurate with the expenses for the use thereof, based on the prevailing rates in the locality and shall be included in the total expenses incurred by the candidate.

In the case of candidates for the interim Batasang Pambansa, they shall not spend more than sixty thousand pesos for their election campaign.

Section 52. Limitation upon expenses of political parties, groups or aggrupations. A political party, group or aggrupation may not spend for the election of its candidates in the constituency or constituencies where it has official candidates an aggregate amount more than the equivalent of fifty centavos for every voter currently registered therein: Provided, That expenses incurred by such political party, group or aggrupation not duly registered with the Commission and/or not presenting or supporting a complete list of candidates shall be considered as expenses of its candidates and subject to the limitation under Section 51 of this Code. Expenses incurred by branches, chapters or committees of a political party, group or aggrupation shall be included in the computation of the total expenditures of the political party, group or aggrupation. (Emphasis supplied)

Section 54. Persons authorized to incur election expenditures. No person, except the candidate or any person authorized by him or the treasurer of a political party, group or aggrupation, shall make any expenditure in support of, or in opposition to any candidate or political party, group or aggrupation. Expenditures duly authorized by the candidate of the treasurer of the party, group or aggrupation shall be considered as expenditure of such candidate or political party, group or aggrupation.

The authority to incur expenditures shall be in writing, copy of which shall be furnished the Commission, signed by the candidate or the treasurer of the party, group or aggrupation and showing the expenditure so authorized, and shall state the full name and exact address of the person so designated. (Emphasis supplied)

Prior to P.D. No. 1296, R.A. No. 6388 (otherwise known as the “Election Code of 1971”) was enacted. Sections 41 and 42 of which are relevant, to quote:

Section 41. Limitation Upon Expenses of Candidates. – No candidate shall spend for his election campaign more than the total amount of salary for the full term attached to the office for which he is a candidate.

Section 42. Limitation Upon Expenses of Political Parties and Other Non-political Organizations. – No political party as defined in this Code shall spend for the election of its candidates an aggregate amount more than the equivalent of one peso for every voter currently registered throughout the country in case of a regular election, or in the constituency in which the election shall be held in case of a special election which is not held in conjunction with a regular election. Any other organization not connected with any political party, campaigning for or against a candidate, or for or against a political party shall not spend more than a total amount of five thousand pesos.

Much earlier, Section 12 (G) of R.A. No. 6132, which implemented the resolution of both Houses of Congress calling for a constitutional convention, explicitly stated:

Section 12. Regulations of Election Spending and Propaganda. The following provisions shall govern election spending and propaganda in the election provided for in this Act:
x x x
(G) All candidates and all other persons making or receiving expenditures, contributions or donations which in their totality exceed fifty pesos, in order to further or oppose the candidacy of any candidate, shall file a statement of all such expenditures and contributions made or received on such dates and with such details as the Commission on Elections shall prescribe by rules. The total expenditures made by a candidate, or by any other person with the knowledge and consent of the candidate, shall not exceed thirty-two thousand pesos.

In tracing the legislative history of Sections 100, 101, and 103 of the OEC, it can be said, therefore, that the intent of our lawmakers has been consistent through the years: to regulate not just the election expenses of the candidate but also of his or her contributor/supporter/donor as well as by including in the aggregate limit of the former’s election expenses those incurred by the latter. The phrase “those incurred or caused to be incurred by the candidate” is sufficiently adequate to cover those expenses which are contributed or donated in the candidate’s behalf. By virtue of the legal requirement that a contribution or donation should bear the written conformity of the candidate, a contributor/supporter/donor certainly qualifies as “any person authorized by such candidate or treasurer.” Ubi lex non distinguit, nec nos distinguere debemus. (Where the law does not distinguish, neither should We.) There should be no distinction in the application of a law where none is indicated.

The inclusion of the amount contributed by a donor to the candidate’s allowable limit of election expenses does not trample upon the free exercise of the voters’ rights of speech and of expression under Section 4, Article III of the Constitution. As a content-neutral regulation,127 the law’s concern is not to curtail the message or content of the advertisement promoting a particular candidate but to ensure equality between and among aspirants with “deep pockets” and those with less financial resources. Any restriction on speech or expression is only incidental and is no more than necessary to achieve the substantial governmental interest of promoting equality of opportunity in political advertising. It bears a clear and reasonable connection with the constitutional objectives set out in Section 26, Article II, Section 4, Article IX-C, and Section 1, Art. XIII of the Constitution. Indeed, to rule otherwise would practically result in an unlimited expenditure for political advertising, which skews the political process and subverts the essence of a truly democratic form of government.

COMELEC has discretion to take judicial notice of Advertising Contracts.

Pursuant to Section 2, Rule 129, the COMELEC has the discretion to properly take judicial notice of the Advertising Contract.

The COMELEC may properly take and act on the advertising contracts without further proof from the parties herein.  Aside from being considered as an admission (Sec. 26. Rule 130 of the Rules of Court) and presumed to be proper submissions from them, the COMELEC already has knowledge of the contracts for being ascertainable from its very own records. Said contracts ought to be known by the OMELEC because of its statutory function as the legal custodian of all advertising contracts promoting or opposing any candidate during the campaign period. The COMELEC has the authority and discretion to compare the submitted advertising contracts with the certified true copies of the broadcast logs, certificates of performance or other analogous records which a broadcast station or entity is required to submit for the review and verification of the frequency, date, time, and duration of advertisements aired. (RA 9006; Secs. 4 & 6).
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Dean Ed Vincent S. Albano is the Bar Review Director of Albano Bar Review Center. He authored books/reviewers in Civil Law, Political,  Law, Remedial Law and Legal Ethics.
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Pinasabatang Agbos Apay (Young Taro Leaves) and Albay Shrimp Recipe

Celebrate the diversity of Bicol cuisine with this authentic Camalig dish with a modern twist.

FOOD TRIP by Chef Jang Melgar Grageda

Pinasabatang Agbos Apay (Young Taro Leaves) and Albay Shrimp
Photo courtesy of Jang Melgar Grageda from Warm Albay Coffee Table Book

Ingredients:

1 bundle ugbos apay (young taro leaves)
1/2 cup coconut cream (unang piga)
salt & pepper to taste
10 pcs. bird’s eye chilies (chopped)
3 cloves garlic
1 small bulb onion
6 pcs. kalamansi
3 pcs. smoked fish (tinapa)
2 tbsp fermented shrimp (balaw)
2 cups water

For Albay Shrimp:
6 pcs. prawns or shrimp (deveined)
salt and pepper
1 egg
2  tbsp flour
1/8 cup chopped pili nuts
oil for frying


Procedure:

Wash the ugbos apay and knot the leaves together.
Place the knotted leaves in a pot.
Add all ingredients except the coconut cream.
Bring to boil until liquid is reduced to half.
Add coconut cream. Simmer for 10 minutes.
For the Albay shrimp, season shrimp with salt and pepper, then coat with flour.
Beat the egg.
Dip the shrimp into the egg, then coat with pili nuts.
Deep fry pili-coated shrimp until golden brown.
Drain excess oil using a paper towel.
Arrange the cooked ubos apay on a plate. Top with Albay Shrimp.
Serve hot. Enjoy!


Local celebrity chef and Albay native Jang Melgar Grageda is known for cooking up classic delectable concoctions with a distinct Bicolano twist. Her often artfully plated work has been featured on television and print, including ABS-CBN’s Umagang Kay Ganda, Marhay na Aga Kapamilya, TV Patrol World, TV Patrol Bicol, GMA’s Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho, Philippine Daily Inquirer, and Cebu Daily News.
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SPATE OF VIOLENCE | Woman shot inside Red Cactus along Magsaysay Ave.

Red Cactus Resto Bar, in front of Villa Caceres Hotel along Magsaysay Avenue, Naga City
Photo by Oscar Esmenda/BICOLSTANDARD.COM
NAGA CITY—Another violent incident occurred along the Magsaysay gimmick hub here last night (March 27).

Police said the victim, Myra Reyes Enaje, 36 years old, was at Red Cactus Resto Bar when she was shot in the face at around 9:40 p.m.

Enaje, of Burce Apartment, Topaz St., Liboton was drinking with a female friend when a man approached her at Table 24 of said establishment.

Enaje and the man, identified as Rolando Rolda, moved to Table 26, the security guard of Red Cactus said.

Rolda is the punong barangay of Paulog, Ligao City, SPO1 Ford Brillante told BICOL STANDARD.

The two were talking when he drew out a caliber .45 pistol and fired at the right side of the victim’s face.

The suspect fled the scene and boarded his vehicle, a white car with plate number TSI 300, the guard added.

He was headed to the direction of the Rotonda, according to the guard.

Meanwhile, the victim was rushed to the Bicol Medical Center for treatment before being transferred to Mother Seton Hospital.

Initial investigation

Rolda is said to be an ex-lover of the victim.

He is a local businessman engaged in copra trading.

PSI Andalis, PO3 Buenconsejo, P02 Mariscal, PO2 Villanueva, PO1 Chavez and PO1 Sena of the Naga City Police Office who responded to the incident are eyeing jealousy as the motive.

Terrorized

Customers who witnessed the incident reported to have ducked under the tables, while others left the area in fear of getting shot.

The guard said that some were even unable to pay for their meals.

The shooting happened a few minutes after actress Nora Aunor left the bar with several friends, he added.

Red Cactus Resto Bar is some 150 meters from the vicinity of another gimmick spot, where an altercation that led to the stabbing of four people happened less than a week ago.

Last Monday, PNP Naga OIC City Director Narciso Damaso Domingo announced that security will be tightened in the gimmick strip to address the recent spate of violence.—Reports by Boyet Paderes and Oscar Esmenda, BICOLSTANDARD.COM


UPDATE: Police on lookout for Red Cactus shooting suspect
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Rodeo Masbateno gets full support from Masbate Gold Project

Preparations for the Rodeo Masbateno 2015 are now in full swing with full support from the Masbate Gold Project (MGP), a gold mining company in Aroroy, Masbate.

The Rodeo Masbateño Inc. (RMI), organizer of the festival, launched the celebration in February with an immediate assurance of support from the MGP.

The Rodeo Masbateno is the province's biggest tourism attraction held every second week of April.

Gene Gregorio, MGP communications director, said the company's active participation in the annual Rodeo festival is in line with its corporate social responsibility to promote tourism in the province for the common good of the Masbatenos.

The festival will start on April 5 and will end on April 18, however, the Rodeo finals will be on April 14-18.

The celebration will highlight competitions in cattle wrestling on foot, cattle wrestling on horseback, bull whipping, load carrying relay, cattle lassoing on horseback, carambola, casting down, bull riding and herding competitions.

It will also showcase, trade fair and livestock show which organizers claim to be the largest sports festival in the country.

MGP will also sponsor one of the nightly activities at the Rodeo Grand Stand (the Filminera Night) -- a beer plaza amusement with live performing bands to entertain the public.

The festival will start with a short horse parade with real-life cowboys demonstrating their whip-cracking skills down the street,

The RMI officers are led by Judge Manuel Sese as president.

Other events in the two-week festivities are parade of western-inspired floats and establishments, beef cooking contest, calesa ride and ranch tour, and the search for Mr. and Ms. Rodeo Philippines. (PNA) 
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Thursday, March 26, 2015

DPWH enforces disqualification measures to contractors with delayed projects

A contractor with pending overdue project and has reached maximum liquidated damages for any government contract will be prohibited to participate in any bidding process of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).

This was the statement of Secretary of Public Works and Highways Rogelio L. Singson, as he issues Department Order (DO) 37, series of 2015 or the “Disqualification of Contractors with Liquidated Damages on Ongoing DPWH Infrastructure Projects”, which is pursuant to Section 8 of Annex E of Implementing Rules and Regulations of Republic Act No. 9184 also known as the Government Procurement Reform Act.

The DO 37 states that contractors facing either: (a) delayed completion of work exceeding to ten percent (10%) of specified contract time; or (b) total sum of liquidated damages from delayed project exceeding to ten percent (10%) of the total sum of the contract price, shall be disqualified to join in DPWH projects.

Apart from the disqualification for new contract, the contractor shall pay incurred liquidated damages over the delayed projects in accordance with the rules of RA 9184.

DPWH Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) on the other hand shall strictly enforce the said DO, or face penalties prescribed for violation of reasonable office rules and regulations in Section 52, C(3) of Civil Service Resolution No. 991936 known as the “Uniform Rules on Administrative Cases in the Civil Service”.

“It is a priority of the Department to deliver quality, safe and timely infrastructure projects to the public, thus we shall ban contractors from bidding for new contract if they have existing delayed projects and penalize BAC members who tolerate this kind of activity,” said Secretary Singson.
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Catch the Miss Bikini Philippines 2015 screening in Naga City

Calling all beautiful and sexy Bicolanas! The search is on for the next Miss Bikini Philippines 2015!


If you are 17 to 25 years old, at least 5’4” in height, and never been married nor given birth, then you could be the next Miss Bikini Philippines 2015!

Catch Slimmers World International during the Naga screening on March 29, from 10am to 6pm, and March 30, from 10am to 2pm, at The Avenue Plaza Hotel!

For more details, contact 0917-322-2929. Visit the official website of Miss Bikini Philippines at www.missbikiniphilippines.com.ph. 
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3 rescued, 3 missing after boat capsizes in Catanduanes

CARAMOAN, Camarines Sur—Three fishermen were rescued while three others are still missing after a motorized banca crashed onto a rock formation and capsized off Catanduanes on Monday night.

Police identified the rescued fishermen as Luis Gonzales, who was rescued along the seashore of Parola, this town;  Jomar Begino, who was rescued off Nipa, this town; and Eric Valerio, who was found off Baticoraw, Garchitorena, Camarines Sur.

Meanwhile, Nexon Sabio, Wilson Dela Cruz, and George Tatad, all residents of Balangonan, Pandan, Catanduanes, have not yet been found.

Members of the Caramoan Municipal Police Station along with the Philippine Cuast Guard Commander of Guijalo, this town, are presently conducting a search and rescue operation along the coastal waters here for the possible retrieval of the missing fishermen.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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RIMPOS | New, young literary voices in Naga City


New and young literary voices joined some elder writers during the launch of the literary journal Rimpos at Ateneo de Naga University Instructional Media Center on March 24, 2015.

The journal contains poetry, short-fiction and essays by Clinton D. Abilong, Harold V. Alarcon, Elsie Albis, Edna B. Campana, John Leir Castro (Prose and Poetry Editor), Shellah Farina Chan (Poetry Editor), Jose Jason L. Chancoco (Adviser and Consultant), Jan Kevin de Quiroz, Ahj Eufracio, Jasper Ian U. Felezniňo, Dennis B. Gonzaga, Cienna Jaucian, Jerome M. Hipolito, Jusan Villamor Misolas (EIC, Poetry Editor), Val Dominic F. Monit, VDT Nierva, Pen Prestado, Elmer G. Ramos, Jeffrey Regullano, Rea P. Robles, Janessa B. Savilla, Irvin P. Sto. Tomas, Harold V. Alarcon, Milgre S. Asis (Managing Editor), Joy San Jose Agor, Jorge Jonathan Botor, Jr. (Prose Editor), Israfel D. Fagela, Jimmy Seo T. Jose, Mary Martha P. Marcial (Prose Editor), Clark Neola, Ma. Nica I. Ombao, Jay Savosa (Consultant), Irmina Volante-Torres, Eilyn Lamadrid Nidea, Christian Dy and Camille Anne A. Loza.

The College of Arts and Sciences Department of Literature and Language Studies Chairperson Dr. Jesus Cyril M. Conde also served as consultant.


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2014 Bar Results

2014 Bar Passers

1. ABAD, Joshua B
   2. ABALA, Angela Ray T
   3. ABALOS, Charinne Hanako M
   4. ABANTAS, Shidik T
   5. ABAQUITA, JR., Gideon Florante A
   6. ABBU, Rufeliz Ann S
   7. ABDULLAH, Shayma A
   8. ABEJO, Klein Charisse B
   9. ABELINDE, Rachel Jane A
  10. ABELLA, Angelo R
  11. ABELLAR, Mae Ann B
  12. ABO, Marvi R
  13. ABSIN, Roh Dundee E
  14. ABUBAKAR, Gibran B
  15. ACASILI, Carl Jillson B
  16. ACOSTA, Kristian Nico C
  17. ADDAUAN, Francis John A
  18. ADLAWAN, Catherine R
  19. ADRIANO, Amos Mikhail S
  20. ADRIAS, Alma M
  21. AGA, Maria Angelica I
  22. AGOT, Virnee Joy T
  23. AGUANTA, JR., Alejandro E
  24. AGUILA, Katrina Elaine C
  25. AGUILAR, Christianne P
  26. AGUILAR, Francis Ma. G
  27. AGUILAR, Jeffrey G
  28. AGUTO, Jorneil M
  29. ALAMPAY, Maria Patricia N
  30. ALAVA, Sylvester A
  31. ALBA, Andres Jose M
  32. ALBA, Carlo Edison F
  33. ALBERTO, Althea Rosanna V
  34. ALCANTARA, Francis D
  35. ALCANTARA, Regine Andrei P
  36. ALCARAZ, Pauline Breissee Gayle D
  37. ALCOBILLA, Irene Mae B
  38. ALCONERA, Dinnah Mae A
  39. ALEGATO, Sul Jolly Angelo V
  40. ALEGRE, Remy Rose A
  41. ALEJANDRO, Ezerh M
  42. ALERTA, Jommel Jann Kris A
  43. ALFONSO, Aza M
  44. ALFONSO, Erika M
  45. ALFORQUE, Dani Q
  46. ALHAMBRA, Phoebe Marie V
  47. ALIGA, Gwyneth G
  48. ALLAREY, Princess Carra C
  49. ALMONTE, Mae Lyn T
  50. ALONZO, Katherine D
  51. ALVAREZ, Jeffrey R
  52. ALVAREZ, Paola Sherina A
  53. ALVIAR, Joyce B
  54. AMAHIT, Floyd Barry C
  55. AMARAJA, Yildrim T
  56. AMCAY, Jonjon B
  57. AMEN, Catherine S
  58. AMIL, Jayric L
  59. AMILING, Evelyn S
  60. AMINAO, Charmine May C
  61. AMOR, III, Jaime J
  62. ANDAYA-TAY, Melissa Antonette D
  63. ANDO, Mayus Ryan D
  64. ANDRES, Jennylyn N
  65. ANG, Rollie C
  66. ANG, Victor Reynaldo C
  67. ANGELES, Bernard Allan V
  68. ANGELES, Cyrine Anne G
  69. ANGUE, Aileen Rose J
  70. ANOD, Myra A
  71. ANTALAN, Sheena Lynne L
  72. ANTONIO, Alexis Francis B
  73. ANTONIO, Cristina I
  74. APAYA, Edrian M
  75. APELLIDO, Kristine Grace O
  76. AQUINO, Kathlene G
  77. AQUINO, Mark David I
  78. ARAGON, Yya E
  79. ARBAS, Andrei Christopher G
  80. ARCE, Jerome B
  81. ARELLANO, Alvin Anthony V
  82. ARGEL, Golda Margareth D
  83. ARIATE, Eunice Carmela M
  84. ARIÑO, Jacob T
  85. ARNADO, III, Teofilo C
  86. ARONGAT, Arthur John E
  87. ARRAIZA, Cheska Maude L
  88. ARZAGA, Jeffrey D
  89. ARZAGA, Odessa Buena C
  90. ATIENZA, Gian Joseph P
  91. ATITIW, Victor Corpus J
  92. ATON, Carla Zoila Y
  93. AUMENTADO, Adrian F
  94. AUREUS, Vincent Noel A
  95. AUSTRIA, Erastus Sandino B
  96. AVILA, Alyssa Daphne M
  97. AVISO, Ma. Louise C
  98. AYUYAO, Maris Angelica C
  99. BABATUAN, Leslie Joie E
 100. BACANI, Marlyn R
 101. BACATAN, Angeline J
 102. BACCAY, Yolanda A
 103. BACHOCO, Ed Charles P
 104. BACLAY, Francis Paul U
 105. BADUA, Kristofferson E
 106. BAETIONG, Ma. Adoracion J
 107. BAGAGNAN, Ruther Adrian F
 108. BAGANG, Darrell L
 109. BAGAY, Rose Ann R
 110. BAGUIO, Jan Mark P
 111. BAGULAYA, Jose Joannes S
 112. BALBAS, Julius Harvey P
 113. BALDIA, Edwin Marc T
 114. BALINANG, JR., Luvimindo R
 115. BALITON, Malucar P
 116. BALMES, Kriselle S
 117. BALT, Al-rashid L
 118. BALT, Aminah C
 119. BALTAZAR, John Philip A
 120. BALUCAN, Chembeelyn A
 121. BALVERDE, Roan U
 122. BANAAG, Steffi Reizza E
 123. BANDOMA, Jon Andre C
 124. BANZON, Melvin Joseph L
 125. BARBARA, Ailene B
 126. BARDOQUILLO, Leah Lara M
 127. BARENG, Shiel Joy G
 128. BARRAMEDA, Eljay Jose M
 129. BARREDO, Grethel G
 130. BARTOLOME, Ana Karina P
 131. BARTOLOME, Karol Chaim P
 132. BASMAYOR, Michelle V
 133. BATACAN-CAMACHO, Renizza Belle E
 134. BATERNA, Jared Marc E
 135. BATNAG, Odina E
 136. BATU, Karen S
 137. BATUNGBACAL, Mina Franchesca D
 138. BAUNTO, Hapsah S
 139. BAUTISTA, Diana Roselle V
 140. BAUTISTA, Nino Carlo C
 141. BAUTISTA, Pearl Charisse D
 142. BAUTISTA, Veronicaliza H
 143. BAUZON, Lanie V
 144. BAYAD, Bernadette M
 145. BAYAD, JR., Fernando T
 146. BAYANG, Maria Victoria A
 147. BAYOT, Miguel R
 148. BAÑAGA, Robbie M
 149. BEJEMINO, Mark Leo P
 150. BELEY-ARNESTO, Mary Rose T
 151. BELLO, Cristina Marie T
 152. BELTRAN, Mikhail Julwyn B
 153. BENAID, Wynchill B
 154. BENEDIAN, JR., Pablito C
 155. BENITEZ, Cecille T
 156. BENTULAN, JR., Alfredo L
 157. BERCASIO, Jela Myka LL
 158. BERNAL, Samantha Lei R
 159. BERNALES, Rolando A
 160. BERNARDINO, Abigail F
 161. BERNARDO, Jansen F
 162. BERNARDO-SAGABAEN, Mary Ann N
 163. BERNASOR, Lou Wella Mae S
 164. BESAÑES, Niño G
 165. BILOCURA, Jennelyn D
 166. BINAY, Sharmagne Joy A
 167. BINULUAN, Junerick N
 168. BIRAO, Emmanuel G
 169. BLANCO, Chiara Angela L
 170. BOHOL, Illac G
 171. BOJADOR, Francis Lauro R
 172. BONAOBRA, Kevin A
 173. BONIFACIO, Ma. Angela B
 174. BONTUYAN, Diwa Rafael B
 175. BORJA, Diane Camilla R
 176. BORRICANO, Doreen F
 177. BOSANTOG, Jonathan P
 178. BRAGAT, Ophie Easter M
 179. BRAMPIO, Aubrey Joy D
 180. BRILLANTES, Constanza B
 181. BRIONES, Niña Arlyn L
 182. BRIONES, Reuben T
 183. BRUTAS, Jolas E
 184. BUBAN, III, Mamerto N
 185. BUENA, Kriska Marna A
 186. BUENA, Mark Orline S
 187. BUENAOBRA, Jomyr B
 188. BUENO, Flordeliz Marina U
 189. BUENO, Ma. Anna Margarita V
 190. BUENO, Mikhail Lenin B
 191. BUGARIN, Matisa C
 192. BUGAYONG, Vanessa S
 193. BULANGA-CASINILLO, Diana Michelle T
 194. BUOT, Krisben Zilner P
 195. BUSALPA, Genny Pearl B
 196. BUYSER, Jed Lance C
 197. CABADING, James Michael D
 198. CABANILLA, Jonna C
 199. CABANTING, Arwin V
 200. CABATINGAN, Alpi Andro B
 201. CABAYSA, Elvis Bennet C
 202. CABRERA, Daniel Rafael G
 203. CABRIGA, Catalino R
 204. CABUGSA, Josephus G
 205. CACERES, Ira I
 206. CACHO, Aireen M
 207. CADIGAL, Jose Almarius P
 208. CADIZ, Leonel P
 209. CAFE, Ryan P
 210. CAGA-ANAN, Cathleen Terry E
 211. CALALANG, Joseph Ivan V
 212. CALDERON, Geoffry A
 213. CALDERON, Leah Zilpah A
 214. CALLETONG, Jasmin G
 215. CALUAG, Bon Jeffrey M
 216. CALUGAY, Dongil T
 217. CALULOT, Marinelle M
 218. CALURA, JR., Quirino E
 219. CAMBRI, Marydine L
 220. CANIBAN, Mark Darryl A
 221. CAPILI, Remar S
 222. CARABBACAN, John John B
 223. CARDENAS, Antonio Miguel M
 224. CARDIÑO, Kent C
 225. CARILLO, Janilet Mishelle R
 226. CARLOS, Archie G
 227. CARLOS, VI, Richard Lee B
 228. CARPENA, Blessie Rose L
 229. CASIGURAN, Roselle U
 230. CASIL, Mariane S
 231. CASTAÑEDA, Jose Francisco E
 232. CASTILLO, Alyssa Carmelli P
 233. CASTILLO, Gerard M
 234. CASTRO, Bethel Edgar B
 235. CASTRO-ZAPATA, Abigail P
 236. CATACUTAN, Ace Joseph B
 237. CATALAN, Mia Laine C
 238. CAUAN, IV, Cayetano B
 239. CAYCO, Patricia Gail V
 240. CAÑETE, Edan Marri R
 241. CAÑETE, Sarah Jean G
 242. CELERA, Emme Cheayanne S
 243. CELERIDAD, Paolo O
 244. CELSO, Ellen Faye L
 245. CENIZA, Michael G
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 848. PLATON, III, Vicente Jan O
 849. PLECERDA, Kurt Francis O
 850. POBLADOR, Maria Celia H
 851. POCOT, Laarnie B
 852. POLOYAPOY, Randy T
 853. PONCE, Kathrina May R
 854. POSADAS, Allen Joel G
 855. PRESBITERO, Julian Santos B
 856. PRIMICIAS, James Joash B
 857. PRINCESA, Belen Cristina R
 858. PUA, Elisa N
 859. PUECA, Jenette O
 860. PULLANTE, Irish Rosanne M
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 879. RAZON, Arvin Kristopher A
 880. REAL, III, Jun Edward L
 881. RECTO, Michelle Anne B
 882. RED-LOCK, Karen Christine S
 883. REDOÑA, Dem Thomas T
 884. REGIS, Redem Tor F
 885. REGONDOLA, Maria Cristina L
 886. RELAMPAGOS, Neil Melton V
 887. RELENTE, Ernest John G
 888. RELLOSA, Rasiele Rebekah DL
 889. REMULLA, Jammy Kate S
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 891. RENEGADO, Jonathan G
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 905. RICO, II, Danilo R
 906. RIGOR, Miguel Justin R
 907. RIGOR-CONCEPCION, Aileen C
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 953. SALVADOR, Henesty Z
 954. SALVADOR, II, Lincoln Raymond B
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1003. SOTTO, Priscilla Angela O
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1006. SUAREZ, JR., Delfin M
1007. SUAREZ-ROTUGAL, Arra Jolly A
1008. SUCGANG, Justin DJ
1009. SUDIO, JR., Wilfredo P
1010. SUPNAD, Karen Feliz G
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1012. SUPREMO, Ed Michael E
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1019. TABAYAG, Ernalyn J
1020. TABUGON, Jonathan O
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1027. TAMESIS, Chris C
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1031. TAN, Jayvee R
1032. TAN, Joseph E
1033. TAN, Reyena Luz M
1034. TAN, JR., Melvin S
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1036. TANQUERIDO, Lyle Rose M
1037. TANSECO, Oliver S
1038. TANTOCO-BRIONES, Jecylene T
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