One of the first things that Vice President Leni Robredo will do is she wins in May 2022 is to issue an executive order declaring ‘no mining’ areas, effectively scrapping President Duterte’s 2021 order to lift the moratorium on mineral agreements. READ:
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One of the first things that Vice President Leni Robredo will do is she wins in May 2022 is to issue an executive order declaring ‘no mining’ areas, effectively scrapping President Duterte’s 2021 order to lift the moratorium on mineral agreements.Vice President Leni Robredo (OVP photo)
While she is “not for an absolute ban on mining,” Robredo believes that she must first prioritize the passing of the National Land Use Act and the Alternative Mineral Bill before reconsidering allowing new mining sites to open.“I’m for a more responsible mining. Iyong EO na pinasa ni Presidente (passed by the President) if I will be given the privilege of serving this country, iyon ‘yung isa sa mga aalisin ko (that’s one of the things I will remove),” Robredo, a presidential aspirant, told Women Lawyers for Leni on Sunday, Jan. 23.Read more: Manila Bulletin News »
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Suntok sa Mars ang panalo mo. Huwag masyado AMBISYOSA! Okay.. But first, how about attending a live interview? U know not taped and questions were not given in advance? Di pa nga nananalo kumokontra na agad. Pano Yung dolomite bka maubos Naku Ma’am lahat ng kalaban dati ni Gina Lopez magsasama-sama para kalabanin ka sa planong ito. But I trust that you can do what is best and necessary.
Leni: I would have joined race even without a running mateHad Senator Kiko Pangilinan declined the offer to be in tandem with her, Vice President Leni Robredo revealed she would have pushed through with her candidacy for the 2022 elections even without a running mate. | dempseyreyesINQ dempseyreyesINQ Laglagan naba ito dempseyreyesINQ Balktaran na. Hehe still NoToLeniKiko2022
Robredo reveals Palace aspirant she would vote for other than herself, and moreVice President Leni Robredo bared some interesting tidbits about herself as she took on the fast talk challenge during “The Jessica Soho Presidential Interviews” on Saturday, Jan. 22. Galing galing ni Nanay😆😆😆😆😆 And one of these 'interesting tidbits' is that she's voting for Manny if she herself isn't running. Does this mean that in reality, she approves of Pacquiao's stance against LGBTQIA+ people ('mas masahol pa sa hayop') and her so-called 'support' for LGBTQIA+ is pure lip service? Leni’s a traditional politician. She blurted Manny Pacquiao’s name because he’s a non-contender to her unlike the the other 2. 🤫
Robredo confident 'independent' presidential aspirant can win polls'By running independent, we hope to convey the message that we are open to everyone, even those not belonging to the party,' says Vice President Leni Robredo, who remains as chairperson of the Liberal Party. Independent? Whaaat? 😂😂😂 Quiet ka na Leni
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Raymund Antonio One of the first things that Vice President Leni Robredo will do is she wins in May 2022 is to issue an executive order declaring ‘no mining’ areas, effectively scrapping President Duterte’s 2021 order to lift the moratorium on mineral agreements. Vice President Leni Robredo (OVP photo) While she is “not for an absolute ban on mining,” Robredo believes that she must first prioritize the passing of the National Land Use Act and the Alternative Mineral Bill before reconsidering allowing new mining sites to open. “I’m for a more responsible mining. Iyong EO na pinasa ni Presidente (passed by the President) if I will be given the privilege of serving this country, iyon ‘yung isa sa mga aalisin ko (that’s one of the things I will remove),” Robredo, a presidential aspirant, told Women Lawyers for Leni on Sunday, Jan. 23. The Vice President stressed that it is “not yet time” to pass Executive Order 130 to spur economic growth and support the programs and programs for development. Under EO 130, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is tasked to formulate terms and conditions that will maximize government revenues in new and existing mining contracts. The EO also said the department must implement environmental policies. Robredo noted that the late Environment secretary Gina Lopez, a known environmental advocate who Duterte appointed in the early years of his presidency, already streamlined policies to pave way for “more responsible mining policies.” In line with these policies, she plans to “certify as urgent” the passage of the National Land Use Act, which will classify land use according to protection (conservation), production (agriculture and fisheries), settlements development (residential), and infrastructure development (transportation and communication). READ: Duterte lifts suspension on new mining deals; DENR ordered to strictly enforce mines safety, environmental policies Robredo said the National Land Use Act will “put in perspective which parts of the country should be declared as no-mining zones.” She also highlighted the need for the Alternative Minerals Bill, which she said will identify “areas suitable for mining.” These laws will ensure that the local communities will benefit from the mining sites and that “no mining activities or any such projects to be conducted without proper consultation.” “Wala magre-resume na mining operations pag hindi pa naayos ‘yung ano iyong (No mining operations will resume until there is no clear rules on the) no-mining zones. Number two, hindi pa natin naaayos yung mga batas (we haven’t fixed the laws) in place para siguraduhin na (to make sure that) it is the local community or local economy which will benefit,” she explained. Robredo added that she wants to put up mechanisms to ensure that indigenous communities and local communities that will be affected by the mining sites will have their voices heard. She lamented that big mining companies are abusing the rights of the local communities, even displacing them and damaging the indigenous peoples (IPs). Noting that she wants a more systematic approach, she highlighted the need for “necessary legislation” and leadership and the need to change the system. “Iyong pinakaproblema kasi natin (Our biggest problem is) leadership. Hindi transparent, hindi accountable. Walang (Not transparent, not accountable. There is no) mechanism for empowering stakeholders to be part of the process,” Robredo said. “With the right legislation, leadership, more transparent and accountable mechanism, mechanism for empowering the stakeholders maiiwasan iyong nangyayari ngayon (these will prevent what is happening right now),” she added.