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    Quote Originally Posted by genghis2510 View Post
    hmmmm ... something's not right. A back room negotiation in agreement!? Hmmmm ... something smells and it's fishy ...
    I don't know if you have been reading the news lately bro. But I don't think there is anything smelly with regards to that article.

    Simple raman ang ang gi ask ni digong.

    Bayari imong utang from the government which you owed several years prior, and then we are settled.

    PAL gave in and paid it's debt, not mere debt a whooping 6Billion worth of it. It's already a done deal.

    Gipakapinan pa gamay sa PAL, which I think was not actually pakapin, because in one occasion digong "announced" to help in the repatriation by using PALs airport to transport the OFWs from Kuwait, to which PAL responded positive.

    Double dip, no more qualms. Satisfied debt.

    What's the point of beating a dead horse.


    PAL settles P6 billion dues to gov't | ABS-CBN News


    PAL settles P6 billion dues to gov't
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    Posted at Nov 03 2017 07:05 PM | Updated as of Nov 03 2017 07:39 PM

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    MANILA - Flag carrier Philippine Airlines on Friday settled P6 billion in navigational fees and other charges it owed government, just a little over a month after President Rodrigo Duterte threatened to shut down its operations over the debt.

    "We are pleased to announce that PALís financial obligations to the government amounting to P6 billion, which were incurred since 1970s up to July 2017, have finally been settled," said Presidential Spokersperson Harry Roque in a statement.

    Clara De Castro, PAL Vice President for Legal Affairs, delivered the payment in checks at the office of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), according to a joint statement by the Department of Transportation (DOTr), the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) and CAAP.

    PAL paid P5.68 billion to CAAP and P258.6 million to MIAA.


    Philippine Airlines hands over checks to settle its P6-billion debt to government. Handout
    In September, Duterte threatened to shut down the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2, PAL's hub, if the airline won't settle its unpaid dues.

    The airline and DOTr reached a P6-billion resolution in October.

    PAL was given until December 2017 to settle the unpaid charges. Roque said this conclusion highlighted the administration's commitment to "decisively act on matters that would greatly benefit the nationís best interest."

    "This settlement will go a long way in funding the administration's priority programs," Roque added.
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    Quote Originally Posted by genghis2510 View Post
    Actually, it's a do or die. Choosing between lesser evils. Hostage situation. Coercion. Extortion. Harassment. Etc.
    Expound daw anang lesser evils ?

    Hostage situation. Coercion. Extortion. Harassment. Etc
    Harassment maybe but Hostage Situation? Coercion? Extortion? I would have to defer.

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    No need to overthink it guys. Si Digong ra jud ang naka kolekta ni Lucio Tan. So karon nga ni offer ug tabang si Lucio Tan, iyang gi dawat with no strings attached. So no problem , di ba?

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    Quote Originally Posted by genghis2510 View Post
    Actually, it's a do or die. Choosing between lesser evils. Hostage situation. Coercion. Extortion. Harassment. Etc.
    its just full implementation of the law.

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    Strings or no strings attached, we will never know. Pero, ning bayad sa utang na dako kaau, achievement na sya para nako. Magamit man sa government ang kwarta. And imposible sd na ang uban presidente wala ka hunax2 maningil nila sa utang nila. Ila lng gipili na pasagdaan.

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    as far as i know there should be no strings attached. puro raman pud na chismis. as what dutertr said the constitution allows the government for settlements especially sa taxes. both mighty and pal paid through settlements and settlements went through coa afaik.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComeToPapa View Post
    I dont think Digong will promise us scraping of contractualization if he has no political will to do anything about it.
    He is not fooling the public.
    its up to congress if they will ammend the law. the president cannot ammend the law. thats why naglisud siya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    as far as i know there should be no strings attached. puro raman pud na chismis. as what dutertr said the constitution allows the government for settlements especially sa taxes. both mighty and pal paid through settlements and settlements went through coa afaik.

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    its up to congress if they will ammend the law. the president cannot ammend the law. thats why naglisud siya.
    Actually bro, on-going na ang amendment ana nga law. I think naa na sa 2nd reading ang sa Lower House and the draft EO is already there. I just don't know if unsa ang giwait ani.

    Sa tinuod lang lisod ni nga balaud kay naay implications to the private sectors. Halos tanan private sectors ani affected, and not just local sectors even ang mga international. Mao nang gi way gyud nag maayo.

    I think naa rani gi wait sila.. I just don't know.. nang timing lang tingale ni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firestarter View Post
    Actually bro, on-going na ang amendment ana nga law. I think naa na sa 2nd reading ang sa Lower House and the draft EO is already there. I just don't know if unsa ang giwait ani.

    Sa tinuod lang lisod ni nga balaud kay naay implications to the private sectors. Halos tanan private sectors ani affected, and not just local sectors even ang mga international. Mao nang gi way gyud nag maayo.

    I think naa rani gi wait sila.. I just don't know.. nang timing lang tingale ni.
    maayo na boss if ma ammend na. dugaydugayon napud na sa senate boss haayz.

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    kun amend amend ang atong hisgutan, unsaon man ni nato ron nga ni-amen man na si Duterte ni Thinking Pinoy. Fake news na sab ni.?
    Asa man gyud ta molikoy kuno diring dapita bi? para lang maluwas ug mahibaw-an sa tanan ang tumong ug tuyo sa atong padulngan.... thats only...
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    maayo na boss if ma ammend na. dugaydugayon napud na sa senate boss haayz.
    Last news I've heard sigeg ni silag talks on-going sa mga labor groups, ang nakalisod gyud ani kay if i totally bawal nimo ang agency like manpower, mobalik na pud to ang mga Unions, unya mobalik na pud nang mag sigeg strike2x labi nag dili matuman ilang gusto.

    Unya mag sugod na pud nag pangshutdown ang mga EPZ companies (i.e. MEPZA) tungod anang ilang strike2x, nikusog ang ato manufacturing in resent years pag gawas anang mga privately held manpower agencies, kay relatively peaceful if naa ang mga agency.
    Kay mao lage barato ang labor, minus ang strikes, kay sa agency palang nga level ma settle naman daan ang mga disputes.

    Unlike atong sa labor groups (ALU-TUCP, KMU, etc) sa una, nga mga rabid kaayo, dili gani matuman strike dayon, mang vandalize raba, atangan ang gate sa company, I've had my college instructor before ni resign nalang sa iyang post diha sa mepza kay sigehan siyag tawag, padad-ag suwat nga patyon siya kay mao lage naa siya sa management.

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    para nako noh ok raman ko aning contract pero dapat unta dili less than a year ang contract. dapat minimum 1 year then dapat full benefits.

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