• Pnoy
    Mother language education in President Noynoy's 1ST SONA (reposted from DILA Forum, by Sir Manny) The good news from Rep. Magtanggol Gunigundo is that he was able to talk to President Noynoy Aquino and President Aquino said he would mention in his SONA his 10 point agenda which includes MLE...
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  • State of the Nation 2012: Pnoy
    problems in our country. And I believe that corruption is the root of all the unprogressive agendas. Taking out the roots of all these dilemmas will benefit each Filipino in the near future. President Aquino might not finish the whole thing, but I can see he started a big step for this country. He...
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  • Philippine Development Administration
    by the typhoon Sendong and the on-going impeachment trial of the Chief Justice Corona, President Aquino is in his second year serving as the President of the Philippines, after reading and assessing the Philippine Development Plan, as guide in achieving his 16-Point Agenda (Social Contract with the...
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  • Reactions
    Topic: 10-POINT AGENDAS OF PNOY REFLECTION: The Philippine Educational System is having some difficulties in resolving the different issues regarding the quality of education that we have today. Because of this, ,His Excellency Benigno Simeon “Noynoy” Aquino our 14th President...
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  • The Two Aquino
    . Following the death of his mother on August 1, 2009, many people began calling on him to run for president. Benigno Aquino Jr. officially announced he would be a candidate in the 2010 presidential election, held on May 10, 2010. On June 9, 2010, the Congress of the Philippines proclaimed Aquino the...
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  • Joseph Ejercito Estrada Biography and Presidency
    election of senators and congress that same year and the holding of local elections in 1988. Agrarian reform Upon her ascension into power, President Aquino envisioned agrarian and land reform as the centerpiece of her administration's social legislative agenda. Her family background and social class as...
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  • Comparative Analysis
    , and ethical leadership. MGG conducts annual benchmarking and assessment of the Aquino Administration based standards or metrics that the President himself set at the beginning of his term. MGG’s policy experts use a 10-point scorecard system to measure the administration’s performance is six key...
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  • 10 Point Agenda
    PNOY’s Ten Point Agenda in Basic Education 1. 12-year Basic Education Cycle (K+12) Our President is planning to expand the basic education cycle, from a 10-year cycle to a globally-comparable 12 years, for our public school children. At present, we are the only country in Asia that has a 10-year...
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  • Content Analysis of Malaya (Philippine Broadsheet)
    and opinions of key officials, especially of President Noynoy Aquino, on what seemed to be a very critical issue served as threshold for its becoming of a significant national concern. Ranking next to the geographical focus of national level, with relatively small differences in terms of items...
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  • Jayjay
    the president. However, he switched sides in the struggle for power in February 1986, aligning himself with Corazon Aquino and the “People Power” movement against Marcos. He and Juan Ponce Enrile led the resistance to Marcos centred on two military camps. He was rewarded with promotion to Chief of...
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  • Ibon Birdtalk
    IBON Economic and Political Briefing  12-13 July 2012 O n the second year of the presidency of Benigno ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III, his administration continues to unravel as brandishing more of the same elite governance defined and motivated by the narrow agenda and interests of the few...
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  • History of Department of Agriculture
    and cooperatives, aimed at transforming them into viable producers and entrepreneurs. In July 1998, President Joseph Ejercito Estrada designated William D. Dar as Acting DA Secretary who introduced the Estrada administration's 10-point agenda in agriculture and fisheries under the Agrikulturang...
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  • cory aquino
    principle of subsidiarity, President Aquino set out on a course of market liberalization agenda while at the same time emphasizing solidarity, people empowerment and civic engagement to help alleviate poverty in the country. The Aquino administration also sought to bring back fiscal discipline in order...
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  • Divorce
    good option. It is a softer action, one that doesn’t close the door so loudly on reconciliation. http://divorcehelp.com/blog/when-legal-separation-is-better-than-divorce/ Divorce? No way, stresses Malacañang President Benigno Aquino III will not touch the divorce question with a 10-foot pole...
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  • Philippine Constitution
    government and big business and adhering to the Catholic social principle of subsidiarity, President Aquino set out on a course of market liberalization agenda while at the same time emphasizing solidarity, people empowerment and civic engagement to help alleviate poverty in the country. The Aquino...
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  • Yayy
    the President Benigno S. Aquino III if he supported the Reproductive Health (RH) Bill. II. Passage of the RH Bill A. Solons in RH Bill 1. Confidence aired by Solons Civil disobedience would not succeed against the Reproductive Health (RH) measure. Talking points should...
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    proposed plan after the public schools. Eleazardo Kasilag, president of Fapsa, said a 12-year basic education system, which formed part of President Aquino's 10-Point Education Reform Agenda, in the country is long overdue. "Where there is distress, there is a call. It is due decade ago, however...
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  • Presidents of the Philippines and Their Achievments
    opposition's candidate for presidency. She officially lost those elections to Marcos, but people believed that Marcos rigged the elections, and due to his mass corruption, he lost the support of the U.S. and the people. On February 25, 1986, both Aquino and Marcos were inaugurated as President by...
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  • Docs
    reelection . In 1972, he declared martial law. The rest is history.  The Corazon C. Aquino Administration  (January 25, 1933). President from 1986 to 1992, she is associated with the EDSA Revolt.  No one could have imagined that Cory Aquino would become a president of the Philippines. Although she was...
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  • Rizal and Aquino
    -general of the Philippines' Liberal Party at 33. Finally, at 34, he became the nation's youngest senator. From his place in the senate, Aquino blasted his former fraternity brother, President Ferdinand Marcos, for setting up a militarized government, and for corruption and extravagance. Ninoy...
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