Close to 2,000 supporters of Vice President Leni Robredo trooped to Plaza Rizal earlier this evening to attend a prayer rally versus cyberbullying.
Nagsayumang magsimbag sa mga kahapotan kan mga miembros kan lokal na media si Albay 3rd District Representative Fernando Gonzalez kun nata ta nagboto siyang pabor sa pag imponir liwat kan sentenciang kagadanan.
The Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Camarines Sur has denied the second motion for an extension of time to file answer to the Administrative Complaint filed against him.
Makulit na iwal nin mag-agom huli sa kawaran nin bagas na pansapna an guinikanan tanganing maituklang kan lalaki an agom na babae na nagresulta para an huri bawian nin buhay.
Saturday, October 8, 2016
Friday, October 7, 2016
What I want to say is I believe in the power of passion and purpose— the pillars that anchor our cause firmly.
|Pupils of Taculod Elementary School in Canaman, Camarines Sur pose with their newly-acquired books donated by Friday Book Club. A local initiative to promote reading and education, Friday Book Club is a brainchild of Albayana Joana Marie Verdeflor.|
To journey to ourselves and our own personal legends, to be able to share this light to the younger generation and to read it forward— that is who we are and that is what we do.
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"Lupa at Kapayapaan ipaglaban! NDFP-GRP Peace Talks Suportahan!" said the members of the said group, in a statement issued a few hours ago.
The said group of fishermen are calling the attention of the government to protect the Ragay Gulf area, which they believe has been neglected by law enforcement agencies tasked to implement the Fishery Laws.
Meanwhile, the farmers’ group have reminded the government to give back the coco levy funds to the small coconut farmers, as promised to them during the last election.
Today, they will proceed to the Office of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA).
At 1:00 p.m., they will picket in front of the offices of the DENR, BFAR, PCA and the Department of Agriculture in this city.
|Photo via Vince Casilihan|
|Photo via Vince Casilihan|
Senior Insp. Aldrin Rosales, officer-in-charge of Dimasalang MPO, said Agapito Perez, a staff of the Provincial Operation for Socio-Economic Development and Against Crimes or POSDAC, was arrested at dawn on October 5 in his house in Barangay Gaid, Dimasalang.
Rosales said the lawmen seized two plastic sachets of "shabu" (methamphetamine hydrochloride), drug paraphernalia, a .45-caliber and hand grenade from Perez, alias "Pito", 34.
Among those who arrested Perez were police from the Regional Intelligence Division-Masbate Provincial Police Safety Company, Regional Public Safety Battalion, Masbate Provincial Police Office and Dimasalang MPO.
They issued a search warrant from Judge Teofilo B. Tambago of Regional Trial Court Branch 46 in Masbate City.
Perez will face charges for violation of Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act and RA 10591 or the Comprehensive Firearms Law. (PNA)
Thursday, October 6, 2016
Rolls of newsprint have been printed, hours of airtime broadcast, and gigabytes of disk space allocated to reporting the President’s oral histrionics. But it was surely a major factor in his being elected. To many, his language skills (or lack of it) mark him as a man of the people, one of the boys.
Early in his presidency, he vowed that he will tone it down. But of course, he didn’t. Old habits die hard.
Damage was initially confined within the country’s borders when he was merely lambasting his local critics and adversaries. But then he graduated to international notoriety when he started bad mouthing world leaders, including the Pope and the U.S. president. Still, it didn’t prevent him and probably contributed to his being elected chairman of the ASEAN Summit in 2017.
Other former Philippine presidents surely used foul language – but in private. President Quezon was known to curse in Spanish.
U.S. presidents have been caught using unacceptable speech – Bush, Carter, Clinton, Johnson, even Obama, and most notably Nixon – but mostly behind closed doors.
But it’s our very own President who’s elevating the art of profanity to new global heights.
Over fifty years ago, the model of the fearless leader was one who spoke softly but carried a big stick. It characterized U.S. President Roosevelt’s foreign policy. In various movie characters played by Garry Cooper, John Wayne and our very own Fernando Poe Jr., the brave hero had a soft voice but packed deadly fists.
But everything changed with the advent of rap music and social media. Rap music celebrates foul language as a valid form of self-expression. And social media make public what used to be private. Where once you used to swear at your boss in private, you can now swear at him in public.
Thus profanity seems commonplace, and even a requirement, to show sincerity and gravitas.
The President is being advised by friends and foes alike to avoid offensive language when dealing with foreign leaders. He is being urged to master the art of diplomacy.
Or learn the art of doublespeak. Masters of doublespeak have the ability of insulting a person without the latter realizing that he has been insulted.
For example, instead of calling a person old and washed-out, we can call him experienced. Instead of describing a person crazy or abnormal, call him unique. And stop calling them drug addicts! They are victims of substance abuse.
Or learn the art of the Shakespearean insult. This doesn’t only make the “insultee” unaware that he has been insulted. It also makes the “insulter” seem smart and educated.
For example, instead of calling a person a slanderous demagogue, say to him “Thy tongue outvenoms all the worms of Nile.” - from Cymbeline by Shakespeare
Or to call somebody ugly, say instead “Thine face is not worth sunburning.” - from Henry V by Shakespeare
Or to call someone stupid or dull, say “Your brain is as dry as the remainder biscuit after voyage.” - from As You Like It by Shakespeare
But let’s get real. The President did not get elected because of his tact and diplomatic skills. He was elected because the people believed he could get things done.
Therefore, the President should remain a doer, not a talker. Do what needs to be done and not get distracted by every little criticism. If a response is absolutely necessary, let one of his underlings do it.
Ni Fr. Joey D. Gonzaga
Kun mayo nin paratokdo, mayo nin matibay, madonong, mamansay na tawo.
Kun siisay ka ngonian, yan nin huli kan mga nagtokdo saimo.
Mapagal an magtokdo kun bakong bulanos sa boot an pagtokdo.
An pagtokdo buhay sa mga paratokdo na mayong iniisip kundi an magtokdo dapit sa buhay asin pano mabuhay nin marahay.
Mayo nin mayaman na paratokdo. Alagad an saiyang kayamanan asin kaogmahan na mahiling an saiyang tinokdoan na marahay an naabtan.
Makulog sa boot nin sarong paratokdo na an mga adal na dapat rimposon asin isabuhay binabasang-basang.
An paratokdo puwedeng malingawan alagad an mga tinokdo na nagtadom sa puso magdadanay habang buhay.
Mabuhay an mga paratokdo na arog ko. Kun napasala man an tinokdoan, dai magkulog nin boot ta bako ka man an may kasalan.
Dai mawaran nin determinasyon asin pasensiya sa pagtokdo ta ika may pamana hale sa satuyang Dios Ama.
The police report said that the victim, identified as Nancy Alba y Perillo, 56, is a resident of Happy Homes Subdivision, Brgy 8, Bagumbayan here.
Alba narrated to the investigators that the suspect gained entry to their house by climbing to the concrete wall going to the 3rd floor of the house.
Upon reaching the said floor, he allegedly forcibly opened the sliding window, and proceeded to the second floor. He then entered the vacant bedrooms where he took the jewelry items, cash, and other personal items found therein.
After, after collecting the items, he left the place.
As of this writing, the investigators are conducting their inquiry for the possible identification of the suspect.
Nagluluwas sa imbestigasyon na inako ni Villar na malibong si saiyang pamayo huli sa dae ninda pagkaintindihan kan saiyang agom, na nagresulta tanganing mapamuransangan an pig-eestaran ninda.
An pagtubod ni Villar mayo man sanang serve an saindang residencia ta parate sindang nag-iiwal, kaya pinagmarhay niya na paraon na lugod an saindang pig-sisirongan na residencia.
Nangyari an incidente kasoodma sa Zone 12, sa Sitio Caboclodan, Brgy. San Jose, digdi.
Sabi kan mga nakamasid kan pangyayari nagpoon na mag-arabadab an kalayo poco mas o menos alas 11:00 nin banggui , kan Oktubre 4.
“Maraot an boot ni Joel sa pirme na sanang iriwal kan saiyang agom, kaya ini nangyari,” sabi kan sarong residente kan nasambit na lugar na dae na nagpasambit kan saiyang pangaran sa bareta.
Mientrastanto, nag-agap man guiraray an mga bombero digdi.
Alagad kan makaabot sinda sa lugar, natuprod nang entero an gabos nindang gamit sa residencia asin abo na sana an nawalat.
Afuera kan mga miembros kan Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) nagtabang man an mga residentes kan nasambit na lugar sa pagsigbo kan kalayo.
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
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The municipalities of Sto.Domingo, Malilipot and Tiwi declared states of calamity in September, after the drying up of natural springs which are major sources of water supply in these areas, DSWD-Bicol Director Arnel Garcia said Tuesday.
He said 55 barangays with more than 22,560 families or 108,358 persons in the three municipalities towns have been affected.
The cause of the drying up of water sources in the three towns has yet to be ascertained but some have attributed these to the recent activities of Mayon Volcano.
Mayon was put on alert level one status on Sept. 8, that indicated abnormalities in the volcano’s behavior.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs), however, has not confirmed any direct connection between Mayon’s new alert status and the drying up of water sources in the three towns.
Garcia said DSWD-Bicol’s assistance, which has now amounted to PHP800,124, is in the form 10,258 pieces of six-liter bottled water that are being distributed to the three towns.
He said DSWD is continuously coordinating with the affected local government units to alleviate the scarce water supply situation in the areas.
“Water, especially potable water, is a basic necessity — it’s a human right. We cannot afford any delay in the delivery of services to the people affected,” said Garcia.
In Sto. Domingo, where 24,290 persons or 5,129 families in 17 barangays are affected, the local government passed a resolution on September 21 declaring a state of calamity.
Villagers tapped into alternate sources such as deep wells to cope with the situation.
In Tiwi town, DSWD-5 said 8,800 families or 44,000 persons from 20 barangays are affected by the water shortage.
The local government declared a state of calamity on Sept. 28 due to rising temperatures in the past few months that caused damage to crops and decrease in the supply of drinking water.
In Malilipot town, 8,631 families or 40,068 persons in over 18 barangays are affected by the water shortage.
Additional water provisions are being given by the Bureau of Fire Protection in Santo Domingo and neighboring Tabaco City to the affected municipalities. (PNA)
Armado nin matarom na kutsilyo asin nakataklob an lalawgon nin bonnet, linaog nin duwang dae nabistong mga lalaki an residencia ni Jessie Soliman kasoodma, poco mas o menos alas 12:00 nin odto.
Sabi sa report kan pulis, nag-hikihik na naglaog sa kusina an mga suspechado.
Naabotan kan mga para salakat si Gina Sinaon y Lameceria, an katabang sa harong, dangan tinudok nin kutsilyo an saiyang likod.
Huli sa pagkataranta, nakabwelo an mga parahabas na mamili kan saindang mga kursunadang gamit asin cuarta.
Mientrastanto, sinabi sa bareta, mantang nakatutok an kutsilyong armas, fuersahan na kinabig asin ilinaog sa bulsa kan saro sa mga parahabas an kantidad P3,000.00 na cash.
An sunod na kinua iyo an mainit pang rice cooker na may laog nin sinapna na maloto, na pangodtohan kuta kasoodma.
An sunod na kinursunada iyo si tangke kan Petronas gas, na pinasan kan parahabas pasiring sa saindang pagdulag.
An incidente nangyari sa Zone 6, Sagurong, digdi.
Mantang sinusurat an baretang ini mayo pang informasyon kun sisay an mga parahabon.
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During the program proper, the awarding of the winners for the Search for Outstanding Teachers will follow.
Other activities lined up for the event include Teachers Got Talent and a raffle draw.
The celebration is from September 5 to October 5, but they decided to move the activity to October 7 to avoid disruption of classes.
Meantime, Education Secretary Leonor Briones expressed her sincere gratitude for teachers’ unwavering commitment to and service in strengthening the community and building the nation by enhancing the learning capabilities and protecting the welfare of learners.
“Being a teacher in itself is already a tremendous job. Teaching with unwavering commitment despite the odds is a true service to the country,” Briones said.
The National Teachers' Month celebration carries the theme Guro: Kabalikat sa Pagbabago, to acknowledge and emphasize the crucial role and value of teachers in the Philippine society.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
This is the appeal of Pat Gutierrez, spokesperson of Albay Power and Energy Corporation (APEC).
In a press conference, she said only 8% of its 180,000 member-consumers are regularly paying their power bills.
As a result of which, APEC’s debt has ballooned to Php1.8-B, she added.
If the corporation is unable to pay its debt on December 22, the electric supply in Albay may be disconnected, she said. This is since their mother company San Miguel Corporation has not agreed to assume the payment of APEC’s debts.
In connection with this, Gutierrez advised member-consumers who have balances to approach the corporation for assistance.
She added that they should not wait for the disconnection notice to arrive.
Meantime, she admitted that APEC has been having difficulty with its power bill records. However, the same should not be used as an excuse for consumers to not pay their bills, she said.
On the other hand, Atty. Oliver Olaybal, former member of the board of directors of Albay Electric Cooperative (ALECO), said in a recent statement that such non-payment could be due to the following reasons:
“First. Electric power is not affordable. Salceda must introduce legislation removing VAT from the price structure of electricity.
Second. Restore franchise operations to ALECO. The consumers are hesitant in having to pay their dues to APEC because ALECO is not under contract with APEC. Besides, the law that created NEA and the electric cooperatives in 1973 prohibits the sale or lease of the assets of the utilities. These assets are reserved for liquidation and distribution to the consumers upon expiration of ALECO's franchise in 2041.”
Olaybal added: “What happened to ALECO is happening to the rest of the failed electric cooperatives.
Salceda could also introduce legislation abolishing NEA which has impoverished electric cooperatives through overpriced loan packages.
NEA has destroyed electric cooperatives by oppressive management takeovers, exercising authority without taking responsibility. Anyway, upon conversion of the electric cooperatives into stock corporations like Meralco, the utilities wound have no more need for NEA.
Salceda must require NEA to release to ALECO the undisbursed balance of P150 million out of the P500 million grant given by the government in 2007, so that ALECO shall have something to start with.
It is misleading to suggest the privatization of electric cooperatives. They are privately owned by the consumers who contribute until now for the acquisition of their facilities.
ALECO through its President Jaime B. Chua has a pending petition with Energy Regulatory Commission to disauthorize further franchise operations in Albay, because APEC has no congressional franchise as required by law, and APEC is without ERC license to sell electricity in Albay province.”
Duterte said that he has signed Executive Order (EO) No. 3, which became effective last September 1.
The said EO 3 fixes the combat duty pay for the members of the AFP and the PNP to P3,000 per month, from the current P150 daily or a maximum of P1,500 monthly.
This is six times the amount higher than the P500 per month for soldiers and nine months bigger than the P340 monthly incentive that policemen receive.
Photo via Missosology
Gray, a 22-year-old Filipino-Australian from Oas town was crowned Miss World Philippines 2016 on Sunday when she bested more than 20 contestants at the finals at Manila Hotel Tent.
Domingo said Gray’s family stayed in Oas town before migrating to another country. Her mother, Normita Ragas Magnayon is from Ilaor, Oas while members of her clan are musicians.
He said they will invite Gray to visit their town before competing in the Miss World pageant in Washington D.C. in December.
Gray received also several special awards such as Miss Manila Hotel, best in fashion runway and in the swimsuit and evening gown portions.
Aside from Gray, another Albayana, Mara Muñoz from Pantao, Libon town was named Miss World third runner-up.
Albay second district Representative Joey Sarte Salceda also commended Gray and Muñoz for their triumphs and said a victory welcome awaits them here.
Several Albayanas were winners in past international beauty pageants. Among them was Yvethe Marie Avisado Santiago of Daraga town, an accountancy graduate of Bicol University who was crowned Miss Supranational 2014.
Santiago who passed the licensure examination for certified of public accountants (CPA), won in the local Daragang Magayon festival beauty pageant before joining the Binibining Pilipinas competition.
Albay province through the Pageant Academy led by former Board Member Glenda Ong-Bongao has been producing several beauty titlists in national and international competitions.
Among the notable Albayana beauty queens were Miss Universe fourth runner up Miriam Quiambao of Cagraray Island, Bacacay town, Miss International Precious Lara Guigaman of Ligao City, Miss Universe fourth runner up Venus Raj and Miss International 2013 Bea Rose Santiago.
Raj and Santiago were both adopted daughters of Albay. (PNA)
An krimen nangyari sa Zone 1, Bry. Burocbusok, digi.
Segun sa mga imbestigador, nagadan tulos an victima sa lugar napinangyarihan kan krimen.
An mga awtoridad nagtitipon pa nin informasyon mapadapit sa caso, mantang mayo suboot na nakaheling kan pangyayari.
Fernandez is the son of actress Alma Moreno with the late action star Rudy Fernandez.
He faces charges for violation of the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act (R.A. 9165).
Kabale sa mga pangaran na suboot kasapakat niya iyo si Shabina Enrica Lacap, 21 anyos; Michael Olea, 26, asin duwang menor de edad. An saro sa mga pinangaranan sa Search Warrant, 17 anyos, asin an saro, 15 anyos. Anas sinda taga Brgy. San Francisco, asin sarong 17 anyos na daraga na residente kan Z-1, Brgy. San Juan, gabos sa Ciudad na ini.
Firmado an Search Warrant ni Judge Salve Eva Q. Villareal-Dimabayao kan RTC, Iriga City.
Mientrastanto, durante kan implementasyon kan search warrant, anom na personas an yaon sa laog kan sinambit na lugar na sabi kan mga imbestigador ginagamit na “drug den.”
Sinda iyo an minasunod: Maricel Ramboyong, 24, asin sarong 13 anyos na aking lalaki, pareyo taga Brgy. La Trinidad; John Lacap, 20 anyos, asin sarong 17 anyos na daraga, na pareyo taga Brgy. San Francisco; Roberto Lucena, 20, taga Brgy. San Jose, gabos sa ciudad na ini; asin si Jonathan Baita, 19 anyos, na residente kan San Juan, Baao, Camarines Sur.
Durante kan ginibong body search ki Baita, nakua sa saiyang hawak an sarong plastic sachet na may laog nin shabu.
Sabi sa report, sa ginibong paghaloghog kan residencia kan suspechado, nakakua an mga pulis nin 5ng small transparent plastic sachet na may laog nin shabu, 1ng medium plastic sachet na may laog man guiraray nin shabu, 4 na plastic sachet na may laog nin mga alang na dahon nin marijuana asin iba pang mga drug paraphernalia.
Nakakua pa an mga awtoridad nin cash na kantidad P955.00, sarong hand grenade asin saro man na digital weighing scale.
An gabos na nasambit na tawo sa operasyon kan pulis, kabale an mga evidencia an dinara sa Iriga City Police Station para sa magkakanigong disposisyon.
Monday, October 3, 2016
Brig. Gen. Restituto Padilla, the spokesperson of the Armed Forces of the Philippines made this statement before the members of the media, referring to the alleged coup plot against President Rodrigo Duterte.
“The news about this seeming disturbances within the military are unknown to us. But these are things that we take seriously,” he added.
Padilla said that at present the soldiers' morale remains high and that there are no divisions among its ranks.
An mga imbestigador nagsabi na an victima nagprobar na defensahan an saiyang ama na si Efren Lambit Jr., na iyo si tuyong tigbason kan suspechadong si Mark Anthony Hallarda y Penero.
Base sa sumbong kan victima, kan October 1 (Sabado), alas 9:30 nin aga, papule siya sa saindang harong sa San Ramon, nasunundan niya sinda Hernio Penero y Baturiano, Mark Anthony Hallarda y Penero asin an saiyang ama na si Efren, na risang nakatumar nin alak.
Pirang minutos an naka-agi, nadangog niya si Mark Anthony asin si Henio na nagdidiskusyon, mantang an saiyang ama na si Efren Jr. an nagsasaway sainda.
Nagpuli sa saindang harong si Mark Anthony asin liwat naheling kan victima na may darang sundang.
Sabi kan victima an kalaban ni Mark Anthony iyo an saiyang ama, na kan oras na ito, nakatukaw sa sarong kubo kataid kan saindang harong.
Mayo suboot nin ano man na rason basang na sanang tinigbas ni Mark Anthony an saiyang ama.
Alagad, imbes na tamaan si Efren Jr., an sinakob kan tigbas iyo an victima.
Idinagdag sa report na tinamaan kan sundang kan suspechadong si Mark Anthony an walang takyag kan victima.
Huli kaini, idinalagan siya sa Bicol Medical Center sa Ciudad kan Naga, asin nagpapaomay ngonian kan saiyang lugad.
Tulos inarestar kan mga awtoridad an suspechado sa paagui kan mga nag respondeng mga tanod.
Pighahanda na an kasong isasangat contra sa suspechado.
An victima salbado sa katibaadan huli kan lugad na saiyang sinapo.
Base sa record kan pulis, binitbit ni PB Aguila asin kan mga tanod sinda Rey Santos y Gonzales a.k.a “Andoy”,, 46 anyos, taga Zone 1, Brgy. Sta Cruz, asin Lourdes Solares y Ricafort a.lk.a. “Onding,” 19, na residente kan Zone 5, Brgy San Vicente pasiring sa Bato Municipal Police Station.
Idinagdag sa report na nakua sa mga suspechado an mga drug paraphernalia, arog kan 3ng aluminum foil strip, dae pa bukas na transparent plastic sachet; color orange na disposable ligheter; 2ng aluminum foil strip asin saro pang color green na lighter.
An sinambit na mga persona natagboan kan mga barangay officials sa laog kan harong hi Aileen Santor, sa sinambit na barangay poco mas o menos alas 10:30 nin banggui, kan Septiembre 30.
An mga evidencia kaibahan an duwang nadakop na suboot nag gagamit nin shabu an ipigturnover sa hepatura kan police para sa magkakanigong interrogasyon disposisyon.
Sabi sa bareta, iyo ini an primerong pangyayari sa banwaan na ini na an mismong mga officiales kan barangay iyo an nagtatabang sa pagdakop kan mga tawo na imbuelto sa pag gamit nin illegal na droga.
Si De Belen, may inaatubang na madamiento de aresto na firmado ni Judge Erwin Virgilio P. Ferrer kan RTC Branch 20, sa Naga City.
An akusado may Criminal Case No. 2016-0634, sa Regional Trial Court, asin mayong fianzang pigrecomendar an jusgado para sa saiyang libertad.
Yaon pa ngonian sa MPS kan Pamplona an akusado para sa magkakanigong disposisyon.
Sa record kan pulis digdi, nagbangon tulos si Amante asin Papa sa saindang higdaan kan makamalesya na mayo lang nin nadadangog nin turaok nin manok kasuodmang aga, apisar na 4 an ataman ninda.
Nagluluwas sa sumbong kan mga victima na pwedeng pig aprovecharan kan parahabas an malipot na banggui na kun minsan igwa pa nin pag-oran, kaya parateng nanok an turog kan mga tawo.
Ipinaabot an sumbong sa mga awtoridad tanganing ibalangibog an siring na incidente asin mag serve na patanid sa sisay pa man na mapabakalan kan mga manok na pambulang.
Si Amante nagsabi na an saiyang manok may valor na P2,000 an kada saro.
Pwedeng ipaabot tulos an ano man na informasyon dapit digdi sa saiya o sa hepatura kan pulis sa Magarao.
Mientrastanto, nagtutubod an mga kagsadire kan mga hinarabon na manok na pig-interesan an saindang mga ataman huli ta mga maray an lahi kaini, asin parateng gana kun ibinubulang.
Twenty-two-year-old Gray is a Filipino-Australian.
Apart from the title, she also won the following awards: Miss Manila Hotel, Miss Hannah, Best in Fashion Runway, Best in Swimsuit, Best in Evening Gown and Best in Fashion Runway.
According to her blog, she is fascinated with culture, travel, and the arts.
Sunday, October 2, 2016
Ginibo an buy-bust sa Brgy. Pamukid, poco mas o menos ala 1:30 nin hapon kan mga tawohan kan PNP digdi.
Si Montanez, haloy nang pigbabantayan kan mga awtoridad huli kan mayong huraw na pagbariwas nin droga.
Ini, apisar kan patanid kan mga awtoridad dapit sa maigot na kampanya kan gobierno konta sa bawal na bulong.
Idinagdag sa bareta na napabakalan ni Montanez nin shabu an sarong tawohan kan pulis na nag-sagin-sagin na parabakal nin droga, kaya siya nahulog sa kamot kan awtoridad.
Afuera kan shabu na nakua sa saiyang poder, nakomfiscar pa saiya an tulong pidasong P100 na cuarta na ginamit na paon pagbakal nin droga.
Yaon ngonian an suspechado sa kamot kan mga awtoridad para sangatan nin caso.
Sa barangay na ginibo an buy bust operation namumugtak an saro sa mga rehabilitation centers digdi sa Camarines Sur.
He said studies have established that the massive and traffic congestion in the country has become a “national emergency” requiring “immediate, decisive and comprehensive solutions.”
Salceda said Waze, an international traffic software application, reported that Metro Manila had the worst traffic in the world in 2015.
Citing Waze, he said Metro Manila residents spend 1,000 hours in traffic per year while metropolitan areas in other countries spend only 300 hours.
The Albay solon cited a report of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) which said that land and air traffic congestion is costing the country losses in potential income of P2.4 billion daily.
“The National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) added this daily losses will balloon to P6 billion by 2030 if no intervention is undertaken,” said Salceda.
He said JICA also reported that more cars on the road are causing a rise in greenhouse emissions from 4.7 million tons per year in 2012 to 5.7 million tons per year by 2030, thus “causing a staggering cost in human health and climate change.”
Salceda said the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines has reported that airport congestion is causing the airlines at least P7 billion per year in fuel and engine maintenance costs.
The Albay lawmaker noted the everyday nightmare experienced by commuters in Metro Manila.
“There is no lack of daily reminders of the pervasive traffic crisis with personal stories of friends and family members missing out on their personal and professional lives because they spend literally half of their day in cars, jeepneys, buses, and planes wallowing in traffic,” he said.
Salceda said what is lacking is a solution that will stop the crisis from escalating and spreading to other urban hubs such as Cebu and Davao.
He said HB 3712 mandates the formulation of a decongestion and transportation network development reform plan for four sectors--land-based, rail transport and toll roads, air-based and seaports.
The bills seeks the designation of a traffic crisis manager under the Department of Transportation, grant of authority for special modes of procurement, safeguards in implementing the executive order on Freedom of Information to ensure transparency and accountability and creation of a congressional oversight committee.
Salceda said the House Bill provides an initial P20 billion to jump start the traffic reform plan which can be sourced from the current year’s budget of the agencies implementing the measure and from savings of the national government
He added the House Bill is in line with Article 2, Section 10 of the Philippine Constitution “to promote social justice in all phases of national development. (PNA)
Base sa sinambit na report, si Aballe rinamalan kan mga awtoridad sa Brgy. San Marcos, pagkatapos nin huro-halawig na pagmasid kan saiyang aktibidad na may koneksyon sa ilegal na droga.
An suspechado yaon sa drug watchlist digdi.
Si Aballe taga Brgy. Daanlungdod, sabi sa report.
Durante kan buy-bust operation nakua kan mga awtoridad an plastic sachet na may laog nin shabu asin an limang pidagong a P100 pesos sa saiyang poder.
An mga evidencia dinara kan mga miembros kan raiding team sa Placer MPS para sa magkakanigong disposisyon.
Susug sa imbestigasyon kan pulis, si Bok-bok, kaibahan an apat niyang barkada nagkaoroyon na magpalipas nin oras por medio nin irinoman na may bangot nin mga magayon na sonata.
Idinagdag sa report na alas 2:00 nin hapon, kan Sabado (September 30), mantang yaon si Bok-bok asin an 4 na iba pa sa Brgy. Baliuag Viejo,insistidong gayo siya na mag kanta sa videoke, para mas mapasiram an okasyon.
An victima iyo pa ngani an an asikaso sa pagsaksak kan linya kan micropono sa karaoke.
Sa atubangan nin masiram na estorya asin pulotan bigla na sanang nadangog kan saiyang mga pag-iriba an tataramon na “may ground.”
Nagsunod sa kurahaw ni Bokbok, iyo si saiyang pagbulagting hale sa saiyang kinakamugtakan.
Binuroligan siya kan saiyang mga natatarantang mga kaninoman pasiring sa Bascuna Medical Clinic sa banwaan kan Pili para sa marikas na atensyon medical.
Alagad, huli kan seryong kamugtakan ni Bok-Bok idinalagan siya sa Bicol Medical Center (BMC) sa Ciudad nin Naga para ipabulong.
Pag-abot sa BMC, an sabi kan doctor, mayo na siya nin buhay.