PNoy, Robredo, and Puno

Senator Kiko Pangilinan published:

We welcome the swift action taken by the President to address the rift between the two. We hope this will be the last time the President will have to step in to mediate between warring personalities in the official family.

This should serve as a signal to all in the President’s team to focus on doing our work, setting aside our differences and uniting behind the President. We cannot hope to solve the serious problems of our country if we are unable to manage our differences by allowing it to get in the way of the work at hand.

It doesn’t matter if there are factions in government. At the end of the day, the President needs to crack the whip because he is the boss. I hope the President does this for all his people.

The ProPinoy Project

  • The President can take bold steps to combat corruption, but without the support and help of his people; how in the world will he know where, or how deep the corruption goes. He may suspect, but a suspicion is not enough to take any corrective action. The citizens must join with the President and start pointing out, by name and incident, the corrupt practices they see around them everyday. Only then will the President know who to go after, to get these Terroristic Threats of Corruption under control.

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    President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino continues to demonstrate the leadership that he believes he has been elected as the next President after Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.

    The Inquirer reports : The President did not approve any charges to be filed against Interior and Local Government Undersecretary Rico Puno, the man supposed to be in charge of police operations within the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG); retired Philippine National Police chief Jesus Versoza; and Manila Vice Mayor Isko Moreno, who had delivered the letter of the Ombudsman.

    President “Noynoy” Aquino continues to demonstrate his ability to weigh details — details of 8 months or more recent and details that go back to 8 years or longer.