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Tuesday, March 07, 2017

Todays News That Will Definitely Revive Your Trust to the Government


 People's trust to the Philippine government seems to be long gone during the past administrations.  When you mention public officials: they think about politicians who feed on government taxes, when you talk about the policemen: they think about scalawags or criminals in uniform, and when you said government projects: they perceive corruption.  But recent developments regarding the present administration of President Rodrigo Duterte might bring back the trust of the Filipino people to the Philippine government.  1. Approval of the Death Penalty Bill for drug-related crimes.   Drug-related crimes has been terrorizing our community for quite long and the culprits seem not afraid of the authorities. With the approval of the death penalty bill that will penalize these kind of crimes, a cloud of fear must me wobbling over their heads now.  House approves #DeathPenalty bill with 216 yes votes | @MJcayabyabINQ https://t.co/tjVFFZesac pic.twitter.com/1bKCfg1npk — Inquirer (@inquirerdotnet) March 7, 2017   2. Nationwide Smoking Ban in Public Places    3. Duterte's National Broadband Plan to Improve  the Internet Services in the Country  The Philippines, despite  being one of the most expensive internet cost in Asia, ranks #43 in terms of internet speed, limiting the income potentials of Filipinos who are in stocks trading and online businesses. The President is eager to improve internet services and provide free wifi access for the benefit of common people.  4.  The President's Support to Restrict Mining That Destroys our Natural Resources  The firm stand of DENR Secretary Gina Lopez on illegal mining earns support from no less than the President himself.   President Duterte has been so vocal on his support to her advocacy of preserving the environment. However, some entities who are against her stand are also doing their best to hinder her appointment.    5. The Arrest of Those Who Try To Bribe the Government  Bribery or "red tape" is rampant in government offices before the Duterte administration took over, now, they try to bribe the government and their actions will backfire and hit them in the face.  RECOMMENDED  BEWARE OF SCAMMERS!  RELOCATING NAIA  THE HORROR AND TERROR OF BEING A HOUSEMAID IN SAUDI ARABIA  DUTERTE WARNING  NEW BAGGAGE RULES FOR DUBAI AIRPORT    HUGE FISH SIGHTINGS


 People's trust to the Philippine government seems to be long gone during the past administrations.
 When you mention public officials: they think about politicians who feed on government taxes, when you talk about the policemen: they think about scalawags or criminals in uniform, and when you said government projects: they perceive corruption.

But recent developments regarding the present administration of President Rodrigo Duterte might bring back the trust of the Filipino people to the Philippine government.

1. Approval of the Death Penalty Bill for drug-related crimes.


Drug-related crimes has been terrorizing our community for quite long and the culprits seem not afraid of the authorities. With the approval of the death penalty bill that will penalize these kind of crimes, a cloud of fear must me wobbling over their heads now.



2. Nationwide Smoking Ban in Public Places




3. Duterte's National Broadband Plan to Improve  the Internet Services in the Country

The Philippines, despite  being one of the most expensive internet cost in Asia, ranks #43 in terms of internet speed, limiting the income potentials of Filipinos who are in stocks trading and online businesses. The President is eager to improve internet services and provide free wifi access for the benefit of common people.


4.  The President's Support to Restrict Mining That Destroys our Natural Resources
The firm stand of DENR Secretary Gina Lopez on illegal mining earns support from no less than the President himself.

 President Duterte has been so vocal on his support to her advocacy of preserving the environment. However, some entities who are against her stand are also doing their best to hinder her appointment. 


5. The Arrest of Those Who Try To Bribe the Government

Bribery or "red tape" is rampant in government offices before the Duterte administration took over, now, they try to bribe the government and their actions will backfire and hit them in the face.



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