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Wa dawata ni Castro ang iyang suspension order

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May pagkabakakon gyud ni si Piskal Mary Ann Castro kay sa iyang text kagahapon sa akoa miklaro kini nga wa siyay kasayuran nga gi-serve sa iya personal ang three-month suspension order nga silot batok kaniya gikan sa Ombudsman nga gipatuman ni Justice Secretary Leila de Lima. Ang tinuod mao nga niadtong Biyernes (May 6) sa [...]

Posted: May 11th, 2011 in Cebu Daily News,Newsstand,Opinion | Read More »

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Nganong sa CPDRC man gyud? Ipakawat?

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Salamat nga mitubag si Marivic Garces, hepe sa Provincial Social Welfare and Development (PSWD) Capitol sa akong column dinhi sa Cebu Daily News nga napublikar niadtong May 2, 2011 bahin sa akong punto nga nagpabaya siya sa iyang trabaho human nakawatan sila og 35 ka sakong bugas NFA rice nga ilang gipundo sa Cebu Provincial [...]

Posted: May 9th, 2011 in Cebu Daily News,Opinion | Read More »

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Si VPS maoy haom pagka-Ombudsman

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Kinsa si VPS nga maoy akong pambato pagka Ombudsman? Siya mao si Virginia Palanca-Santiago kinsa maoy atong kasamtangang Visayas Assistant Ombudsman. Sa mga naka-ila kaniya di ko maglisud pag-introduce ilabina sa legal profession. With all due respect sa mga nangambisyon dinhi sa ato nga intresado sa maong katungdanan, akong nakita nga si Ma’am Virgie maoy [...]

Posted: May 4th, 2011 in Cebu Daily News,Opinion | Read More »

Incomplete justice sa mag-agaw nga gipang-chop-chop

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Usa pa sa tulo ang gikonbikto ug gisentensiyahan kagahapon ni RTC Judge Generosa Labra ug double reclusion perpetua niadtong pagtagod-tagod sa lawas sa mag-agaw’ng Eva Mae Peligro ug Gwendolyn Balasta. Ang gikonbikto mao pa si Joseph Roy Cellar alyas Jojo Delos Reyes kay pormal na siya’ng miangkon sa krimen atubangan sa korte. Pabayron siya ug [...]

Posted: April 6th, 2011 in Cebu Daily News,Opinion | Read More »

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