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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristiano View Post
    Bro naa ra sa comment ang answer. Mismo igsuon and a family member of Romualdo confirms the harassment.

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    A ROMUALDO CONFIRMS HARASSMENT OF DUTERTE SUPPORTERS IN CAMIGUIN
    
    A member of the political clan of Romualdos in Camiguin has confirmed the harassment made by his family against the supporters of presidential candidate and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte during a campaign sortie in their island province Wednesday, March 23.
    
    Noordin Efigenio Romualdo, brother of Gov. Jurdin Jesus, said in an interview that his brother purposely cut off the power supply in the grandstand where Duterte was supposed to speak before his supporters.
    
    He said that his family also conducted medical missions in five towns of the province to prevent the people from going to Mambajao to attend the rally of Duterte.
    
    The political harassment however failed after 3,000-5,000 Camiguiños flocked to the Duterte rally in Mambajao upon the arrival of the mayor around two in the afternoon.
    
    In his speech, Duterte blasted the ruling family in Camiguin Province, saying their “feudal” rule over the island has hampered its development and impoverished the people.
    
    Duterte said the Romualdo clan have lorded it over Camiguin for too long.
    
    “And you know when that happens, the feudal lords begin to think they own the place and the people,” he said.
    
    He said even his rally was subjected to the kind of “warlordism” that has plagued the province.
    
    “Baho na nga style (That style stinks),” he said.
    
    Despite the threats and harassment which prevented residents from converging at the Plaza until Duterte arrived in the island, the crowd eventually gathered at makeshift stage hastily built by organizers.
    
    The Duterte camp was earlier denied permit to use the town plaza stage.
    
    When news broke that the local government refused to give rally permit, Duterte national campaign manager Mayor Leoncio Evasco of Maribojc, Bohol said the rally must go on as scheduled no matter what.
    
    Organizers also bewailed underhanded tactics reportedly employed by the Romualdos who reportedly ordered the provider of the sound system to cancel its booking for the Duterte rally.
    
    The organizers had to rent a sound system from across the island in Cagayan de Oro City.
    
    During the rally, which started only when the Davao City mayor arrived, Duterte reminded the Romualdos that political rallies are protected by the Constitution and that they could get in trouble for trying to stop yesterday’s rally.
    
    “The people need to hear the candidates so that they can make the right choice,” he said.
    
    Duterte said he himself does not require a permit for any rally in Davao City and that the organizers only need to tell the police where it would be held.
    
    Duterte also hit the Romualdos for their politics of convenience, saying they have been changing parties through the years depending on who is in power.
    
    Baby Romualdo is running for governor of Camiguin. She is the wife of JJ Romualdo who is the mayor of Mambajao.
    
    Seeking re-election for the lone district of Camiguin is Rep. XJ Romualdo, brother of JJ.
    
    XJ replaced his then re-electionist father who died in April 2013.
    
    Another Romualdo, Dan-Dan is running as provincial board member.
    
    The Romualdos are members of the Liberal Party although sources said they are supporting presidential candidate Senator Grace Poe. The presidential bet of the Liberal party is Mar Roxas.
    
    The Romualdos have virtually built a dynasty in Camiguin over the last 2 decades.
    
    Duterte urged residents in Camiguin to bring down the Romualdos from power.
    
    He said the time has come for the people to reject feudalism and embrace real change.
    
    It was learned that it is the first time for Camiguin to be visited by a presidential candidate.
    
    Camiguin has only about 58,000 registered voters.
    
    Source: Davao Breaking News

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    Feudal warlords still exists in the Philippines... that is true. I hope it will soon be dismantled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4s gadgets View Post
    Bro naa ra sa comment ang answer. Mismo igsuon and a family member of Romualdo confirms the harassment.

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    A ROMUALDO CONFIRMS HARASSMENT OF DUTERTE SUPPORTERS IN CAMIGUIN
    
    A member of the political clan of Romualdos in Camiguin has confirmed the harassment made by his family against the supporters of presidential candidate and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte during a campaign sortie in their island province Wednesday, March 23.
    
    Noordin Efigenio Romualdo, brother of Gov. Jurdin Jesus, said in an interview that his brother purposely cut off the power supply in the grandstand where Duterte was supposed to speak before his supporters.
    
    He said that his family also conducted medical missions in five towns of the province to prevent the people from going to Mambajao to attend the rally of Duterte.
    
    The political harassment however failed after 3,000-5,000 Camiguiños flocked to the Duterte rally in Mambajao upon the arrival of the mayor around two in the afternoon.
    
    In his speech, Duterte blasted the ruling family in Camiguin Province, saying their “feudal” rule over the island has hampered its development and impoverished the people.
    
    Duterte said the Romualdo clan have lorded it over Camiguin for too long.
    
    “And you know when that happens, the feudal lords begin to think they own the place and the people,” he said.
    
    He said even his rally was subjected to the kind of “warlordism” that has plagued the province.
    
    “Baho na nga style (That style stinks),” he said.
    
    Despite the threats and harassment which prevented residents from converging at the Plaza until Duterte arrived in the island, the crowd eventually gathered at makeshift stage hastily built by organizers.
    
    The Duterte camp was earlier denied permit to use the town plaza stage.
    
    When news broke that the local government refused to give rally permit, Duterte national campaign manager Mayor Leoncio Evasco of Maribojc, Bohol said the rally must go on as scheduled no matter what.
    
    Organizers also bewailed underhanded tactics reportedly employed by the Romualdos who reportedly ordered the provider of the sound system to cancel its booking for the Duterte rally.
    
    The organizers had to rent a sound system from across the island in Cagayan de Oro City.
    
    During the rally, which started only when the Davao City mayor arrived, Duterte reminded the Romualdos that political rallies are protected by the Constitution and that they could get in trouble for trying to stop yesterday’s rally.
    
    “The people need to hear the candidates so that they can make the right choice,” he said.
    
    Duterte said he himself does not require a permit for any rally in Davao City and that the organizers only need to tell the police where it would be held.
    
    Duterte also hit the Romualdos for their politics of convenience, saying they have been changing parties through the years depending on who is in power.
    
    Baby Romualdo is running for governor of Camiguin. She is the wife of JJ Romualdo who is the mayor of Mambajao.
    
    Seeking re-election for the lone district of Camiguin is Rep. XJ Romualdo, brother of JJ.
    
    XJ replaced his then re-electionist father who died in April 2013.
    
    Another Romualdo, Dan-Dan is running as provincial board member.
    
    The Romualdos are members of the Liberal Party although sources said they are supporting presidential candidate Senator Grace Poe. The presidential bet of the Liberal party is Mar Roxas.
    
    The Romualdos have virtually built a dynasty in Camiguin over the last 2 decades.
    
    Duterte urged residents in Camiguin to bring down the Romualdos from power.
    
    He said the time has come for the people to reject feudalism and embrace real change.
    
    It was learned that it is the first time for Camiguin to be visited by a presidential candidate.
    
    Camiguin has only about 58,000 registered voters.
    
    Source: Davao Breaking News
    ic.. kani gd among maestro sa college, pro LP, mag.cgeg post mga anti.Duterte articles... pero si VP Leni permi e.endorso... hadlok ma.troll about Mar... hahaha..

    kani unta ako itubag sa post niya...
    "The organizers, however, were told that they needed to bring their own generator. ”Hence, there is absolutely no truth to the claim that electricity to the venue was cut. There is no electricity there in the first place”, he added.
    Read more at http://www.mb.com.ph/romualdo-calls-duterte-liar-whiner-over-camiguin-campaign-allegations/#QXUp5J4IiEtepU5r.99"

    "The home owner was allegedly told not to provide electricity for the rally's sound system, said Duterte's assistant and sortie manager Bong Go." -rappler Duterte supporters threatened by Romualdos in Camiguin?

    So, naa gyd diay linya sa kuryente didto...? unsa na, stone age pa sila didto?

    naay grid line o... nya walay kuryente? what a joke...


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    yaw mo kompansya ni super Mar Roxas k sikatsopoy na cya krn s komikz nyahaha

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    Also ngano gud tawn walay electricity nga grandstand bya ang location unta niya wala diay linya. Pagkatoy2x tukod silag grandstand niya walay linya sa kurente.

    Otoy rasona uy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    pareng marvs. RA 6975 is already amended long ago through RA 8551. see section 62 which is the amendment for the section you were referring to. mainly stating that LGU Execs are only for crime prevention and traffic control.this was pertaining to PNP. this was iterated by binay and duterte during the second debate. i assume binay and duterte knows this are both of them are lawyers and mayors by profession for the longest years. i don't think they're that stupid to just hold back if they had the power to do so.
    pre, i agree 6975 was amended but wat was remove were only the administrative powers over pnp and give it to national police commission. but it does not remove the "operational supervision and control", "employment" and "deployment" of the city and municipalities.

    what i was referring was drug enforcement. i was referring to PDEA. which is as per RA 9165 Sec. 77 is under the Office of the President. one of the members of the board is the DILG Secretary. DILG has the network in local government units. as for the LGU's role in it, you can check Sec.84i.
    agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bernard View Post
    Feudal warlords still exists in the Philippines... that is true. I hope it will soon be dismantled.
    As expected of a country ruled by political dynasties, even most (if not all)presidentialbles are from dynaties. If only the law against dynaties is defined properly we wouldn't be choosing the better among bad candidates. This is a major problem we had, unfortunately Non of the presidentables put this a Priority, makes you wonder if they really care.

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    Duterte-Cayetano...

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    nope not yet. but duterte has mentioned this that he will reinstate death penalty. of course he needs congress and senate. pero if he has solid argument and backing. it won't be an issue.
    If Duterte becomes the President, he still wont have the majority of congress and senate. Past presidents win the congress and senate votes through pork barrel. If he want something to be passed as a law, he'll do what previous presidents have done, by giving then pork barrel..Nothing will change unless of course he will dissolve the congress by force (which also has its own negative consequences).

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    Quote Originally Posted by katulz View Post
    If Duterte becomes the President, he still wont have the majority of congress and senate. Past presidents win the congress and senate votes through pork barrel. If he want something to be passed as a law, he'll do what previous presidents have done, by giving then pork barrel..Nothing will change unless of course he will dissolve the congress by force (which also has its own negative consequences).
    rest assured he is not like our past presidents. pork barrel actually has good intentions. but what is not good is that it is not audited. it has to be audited and that lawmakers has to be accountable.

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