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Mayor Isko Moreno, nagpatupad ng ‘Batas Pambansa 880’ o ‘The Public Assembly Act’

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Pirmado na ang isang memorandum na nagbabalik ng pagkuha ng permit para sa mga nagnanais magsagawa ng rally sa lungsod ng Maynila.

Sa isang memorandum, ipinag-utos ni Mayor Isko Moreno noong Mayo 11 sa mga punong barangay at police commander na tiyaking “strictly enforced” ang batas sa lungsod. Dapat aniya ay kumuha muna ng permit sa lokal na pamahalaan ang mga nagpaplanong magsagawa ng pampublikong pagtitipon sa Maynila.

Nilagdaan na niya ang memo na nag-aatas sa Manila Police District (MPD), na pinamumunuan ni Brig. Gen. Leo Francisco, mga station commanders, mga punong barangay, at kay Bureau of Permits officer-in-charge Levi Facundo, hinggil sa mahigpit na pagpapatupad ng “Batas Pambansa 880” o “The Public Assembly Act.”

“Pinirmahan po natin ngayong araw ang isang memorandum na nagbabalik ng pagkuha ng permit para sa mga nagnanais magsagawa ng rally sa ating lungsod. Kung inyo pong matatandaan noong panahon ng kampanya, binuksan po natin ang Maynila para sa lahat ng kandidatong gustong mangampanya at magsagawa ng rally sa ating lungsod, at hindi na nila kailangan pang kumuha ng permit sa City Hall,” pagbabahagi ni Mayor Isko.

Ang memorandum ay inilabas matapos lumahok sa rally sa labas ng COMELEC ang daan-daang tao, karamihan ay mga aktibista at miyembro ng mga grupo ng kabataan, para kwestyunin ang resulta ng katatapos lang na halalan at para iprotesta ang napipintong tagumpay ni presidential candidate Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.

“Tapos na ang kampanya, tapos na ang halalan, nagdesisyon na ang tao. Now, we have to put things in right order. For the purposes of moving on at kayo ay maibalik na sa normal, ‘yung normal na pamumuhay, kailangan na pong ilagay natin sa tamang perspektibo ang mga bagay bagay,” saad niya.

“My job is to keep you safe. My job is to give you opportunity. Ang trabaho ko ay mabigyan kayo ng maaliwalas, matiwasay, at panatag na pamumuhay sa lungsod ng Maynila. Ito po ay aking gagampanan hanggang sa huling araw ko bilang alkalde ng lungsod,” dagdag pa niya.

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Toni shares photo with Andrew E, ‘Sabay Sabay! Bagong Pilipinas!’

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Former Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) host Toni Gonzaga shared an Instagram post showing her with Andrew E, with the caption “Sabay Sabay! Bagong Pilipinas!”

Both were among the top supporters of the UniTeam group of Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos and Sara Duterte-Carpio during the campaign period.

Toni’s post has received more than 253,000 likes and talks has it that he’s possibly the next celebrity guest on Toni Talks.

As expected,  many fellow BBM-Sara Duterte supporters laud the two for their significant role in the campaign sorties of the UniTeam; even calling the two sa a ‘powerful duo.’

Stand up for what you believe is right

In a previous post on IG, Toni shared the lesson she picked up after the grueling election season.

“In the end…. Stand up for what you believe is right. Even if it means standing up…. Alone,” Toni said in an Instagram post; to which fellow supporters reacted. “We are right behind you, 31 million of us.”

[Read: Presumptive Pres. Bongbong Marcos cites Paul Soriano, Toni Gonzaga’s valuable help during campaign}

In a short clip that Paul shared on Instagram, former Sen. Marcos expressed gratitude to Paul and Toni for the important roles that they played during his campaign.

President-elect Marcos Jr. said it was Toni, through her YouTube interview, that started his campaign.

“We should congratulate them for the fine work that they did. In front of me is Ms. Toni Gonzaga. Sabi ko sa kaniya kanina, siya ang nag-start ng kampanya na ito. Kasi nung pumutok ‘yung kaniyang interview sa akin, syempre kinriticize ‘yun. Ang tapang-tapang nito,” he said backthen.

[Read: President-elect Bongbong Marcos asks for prayers, promises to strive for perfection}

After being proclaimed as duly-elected 17th President of the Philippines before Congress, President-elect Marcos, Jr. has asked Filipinos to pray for him.

“I ask you all, pray for me, wish me well. I want to do well because when a president does well, the country does well. And I want to do well for this country,” he said.

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President-elect Bongbong Marcos asks for prayers, promises to strive for perfection

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After being proclaimed as duly-elected 17th President of the Philippines before Congress, President-elect Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. has asked Filipinos to pray for him.

“I ask you all, pray for me, wish me well. I want to do well because when a president does well, the country does well. And I want to do well for this country,” he said.

President-elect Marcos secured a landslide victory after receiving more than 31 million votes.

“To have received over 31 million votes from our countrymen is as valuable expression of trust as can be had by anyone in public life. And so for that I thank our people,” the former senator said.

“I am humbled because for anyone in public service or in a public life, the most valuable thing you may receive from a fellow citizen is their vote. Because embedded in that vote are their hopes and their aspirations for the future. But also embedded in that vote are the trust and the confidence that they give to you to take them to that aspirational future.”

He also vowed to strive for perfection during his term and asked the people to unite as one country.

“Beyond that, I promise you that we may not be perfect but we will always strive to perfection. Thank you very much. Magtulungan tayo para sa isang bayan na mapayapa at nagkakaisa. Mahal natin ang Pilipinas. May God bless the Philippines.”

Meanwhile, Malacanang has congratulated President-elect Marcos and his running mate Vice President-elect Sara Duterte.

“We congratulate Mr. Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr. and Ms. Inday Sara Duterte-Carpio on their electoral victory and for their proclamation as President-elect of the Philippines and Vice President-elect of the Philippines, respectively,” presidential spokesperson Martin Andanar said.

“As both leaders are about to embark on the responsibilities and challenges of their respective offices, we reiterate our call for our people to stand behind our newly elected leaders.”

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Karen Davila on senator-elect Robin Padilla’s decision to leave showbiz: ‘Good move’

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ABS-CBN anchor Karen Davila gave a thumbs up on senator-elect Robin Padilla’s decision to quit show business to focus on his newfound role.

Robin told ABS-CBN that “Mistah 2” will be his last movie.

[RELATED: Padilla quitting showbiz to focus on job as senator; vows to push for reforms]

“Mahalaga sa akin magtrabaho na ako para pagtuunan ang mga reporma sa batas,” he said. “Last movie ko na ‘yon. Mananatili na lang ‘yung show ko sa TV. Pero sa showbiz, last ko na ‘yon.”

In a tweet, Karen said this is a good move.

“GOOD MOVE Sen Robin Padilla. Winning showbiz candidates should stop treating the senate like a bonus or just a stature post. Let us demand they do the work, show up and be active. The Filipino people deserve no less.”

In his speech during the Commission on Election’s proclamation of winning senators, Robin thanked everyone who trusted him.

“Iyon pong 26 milyon na mga bumoto sa akin, naniniwala sila sa aking plataporma at iyon po ang reporma sa ating Saligang Batas. Hinihingi ko po sa inyo, mga kapatid ko sa Senado, atin pong bigyan ng pagkakataon ang reporma,” Robin said.

He added that his Senate win is a symbol of the unity between Muslims and Christians.

“Ang aking pagkapanalo ay isang simbolo ng pagkakaisa ng mga Muslim at Kristiyano. Sa loob ng matagal na panahon, halos umabot ng 30 taon, wala pong Muslim na naging senador na.”

Senator-elect Padilla topped the 2022 senatorial race with more than 26 million votes.

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