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25th November 2015
Effective awareness campaign raises VAW cases
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 25, 2015, 7:29 pm

By  Ronnie C. Roa

ORMOC CITY -- Cases on violence against women (VAW) has dramatically increased from 2014-2015 according to SPO2 Nova Tan, WCPD, PNP. The increase was also noted on the data from City Social Welfare and Development and City Health Department however they have different figures.  CSWD Officer Marietta Legaspi clarified that it is because there are victims that report to the police otherwise to CSWD.  

Dra. Ma. Lourdes P. Lampong revealed that as of October 2015 they issued 20 medical certificate of sex abuse, while only served 4 last year. There were 25 cases of physical abuse last year, it raised to 67 cases as of October this year.

Legaspi however said that the increase indicates that women are already aware as a result of their information drive.  On the other hand, cases on children in conflict with law this year dropped from 5   last year to 3 as of October this year.

November 25 is a National Consciousness Day for the elimination of violence against women and children pursuant to RA 10398. November 25 to December 12 was declared as the 18-Day Campaign to end violence against women based on Proclamation 1172 series of 2006.

This year’s theme “End VAW Now, It’s Our Duty…Gains and Ways Forward” is impossible to achieve according to Liga President Atty. Mariano Corro it may be minimized but cannot be ended.

Save the Children representative agreed that this problem is forever. She suggested in cascading the advocacy to the barangay and to the family level.  “Raise family values,” Dra. Lampong suggested.

SPO2 Tan said that the proliferation of VAW cases attributed to illegal drug use. But the theme can be achieved by working hand in hand, she asserted.

Coun. Pedro Godiardo “Godi” P. Ebcas agreed to Dra Lampong’s suggestion to strengthen the family.  He asked to extent the Conditional Cash Transfer program or 4P’s.  Ormoc is supporting in the institutionalizing the 4P’s through Mayor Edward Codilla.

Ebcas also seconded Atty. Corro’s opinion that ending VAW now is very difficult task and a great challenge.  The big share to “end VAW now” is the most vulnerable in the society, women and children themselves, Ebcas said.  It needs everyone’s participation because everybody is affected, the councilor stressed out. 

In conclusion, Tan assured that the PNP will continue to serve. Ms. Mary Marx Diasin of ECLIPSE said that everyone needs cooperation and change everybody’s perspective to address the adoptive problem.  Legaspi guaranteed the support to continue and to enhance more the program to at least minimize if not totally eliminated the problem in VAWC.  Dra. Lampong stressed that in health they care from womb to tomb.

Solon little to show in 3 terms in House
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 25, 2015, 7:18 pm

If his legislative performance is any indication, Laguna Cong. Dan Fernandez has very little to show for three terms in Congress.

Fernandez came out of nowhere Monday to train his sights on Davao Mayor Rodrigo Duterte who has openly declared his presidential bid.

The one-time actor dismissed Duterte as “overrated”, saying he could do better in half the time. 

“Give me 10 years, and I can improve any town,” he boasted before reporters at the House of Representatives.

A quick visit to the House of Representatives website, however, is anything but impressive.

Fernandez’ legislative record showed only 23 bills authored or sponsored in his name.

Out of the 23, only 18 were legislative measures while the remaining five were resolutions. 

Of the 18, six were conversion of municipal roads into national roads, four were for the creation of barangays in San Pedro City.

One bill sought the increase in the number of the members of the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Binan City from 10 to 12.

Fernandez filed a bill mandating that each city or municipality set aside a portion of its territorial jurisdiction for forest parks while another sought to protect the forest by banning all commercial logging operations.

He filed a bill establishing the center for Filipino gifted and talented children and another qualifying the use of the income of the National Museum.

Fernandez also filed a bill providing for a Magna Carta of workers in informal economy and a separate bill upgrading the position of Sanitary Inspector to the next higher salary grade.

His biggest bill which carved out Binan City as a legislative district separate from the first district of Laguna was realized when President Benigno Aquino III signed into law Republic Act 10658. This will make him eligible to represent the new district as congressman when his term in his present district expires.

Among his five resolutions, two concerned the Iglesia ni Cristo.

One bill was to recognize and honor the “exemplary humanitarian contributions of the Iglesia ni Cristo and its partner, the Felix Y. Manalo Foundation.”

Fernandez also sought the passing of a resolution recognizing and honoring the Iglesia ni Cristo for its sixth Guinness World Record for the largest charity walk.

One resolution directed the committee on ecology to conduct an inquiry in aid of legislation, on “the exigency and indispensability of an environment-friendly project for the dredging, rehabilitation and utilization of the Laguna Lake that will significantly address the imminent devastating flooding not only in the Province of Laguna but also in Metro Manila.”

The fourth resolution urged the Office of the President to declare 2014 as Nicolas V. Zamora Centernnial Death Anniversary.

Finally, Fernandez expressed the opposition of “the People of Laguna” to the detention of pork barrel scam suspect Janet Napoles at the Fort Sto. Domingo Detention Center.

In 2009, the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal kicked Fernandez out of the rolls after it found him of having questionable residential status in the first district of Laguna.

Obviously Fernandez will have to do more than his sudden flair for expletives to prove that he is half the public servant that Duterte is. (CHITO A. FUENTES)


20th November 2015
Poe's disqualification case recalls Lerias v Mercado case in 1987
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 20, 2015, 1:01 am


November 19, 2015

MAASIN CITY – The daughter of former Southern Leyte governor and Representative Rosette Lerias turned nostalgic when the case of Lerias was cited when the SET denies petitioner Rizalito David in the disqualification case of Senator Grace Poe.

In her facebook account, Marisa Yniguez Lerias posted, “I clearly remember former Comelec Chairperson Haydee Yorac convince my mom to take her case all the way to the Supreme Court. Before Commissioner Yorac passed away, she apologized to my mother for the wrong that was done and for not doing enough to stop it. She said the HRET decision was a "travesty of justice". The HRET's decision was reversed by the SC on grounds of grave abuse of authority on the part of the HRET. They acted as politicians not as judges.”

Lerias then recounted David’s lawyer, “Atty. Manuelito Luna said they still have to look at the decision “but in the event it’s a political decision and the Senators disregarded the Constitution, then on the strength of the ruling in Lerias case, the Supreme Court will set aside the [SET] decision.”

“Because of the Lerias doctrine which position the justices took will be crucial for a reversal by the Supreme Court,” Luna added.

The younger lerias is a prominent member of Kaya Natin movement, which is pushing the Vice Presidency of Leni Robredo.

The Lerias doctrine stemmed from Lerias vs Mercado in the House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal. Mercado is now the governor of Southern Leyte.

Mercado and Lerias now belong to LP party.

When Lerias was installed after the HRET ruling was reversed by the Supreme Court, she only had 3 months remaining in the 3 years term.

When they clash again in 1990 elections, Mercado won by sizable margin.

A portion of the Supreme Court ruling states, “Petitioner Rosette Y. Lerias filed her certificate of candidacy as the official candidate of the UPP-KBL for the position of Representative for the lone district of Southern Leyte in the May 11, 1987 elections. In her certificate of candidacy she gave her full name as "Rosette Ynigues Lerias". Her maiden name is Rosette Ynigues. Respondent Roger G. Mercado was the administration candidate for the same position.”

“During the canvass of votes for the congressional candidates by the Provincial Board of Canvassers of Southern Leyte, it appeared that, excluding the certificate of canvass from the Municipality of Libagon which had been questioned by Mercado on the ground that allegedly it had been tampered with, the candidates who received the two (2) highest number of votes were Roger G. Mercado with 34,442 votes and Rosette Y. Lerias with 34,128 votes, respectively.”

The SC decision, “Considering the indubitable evidence on record the 400 votes fraudulently taken away from Lerias should be returned to her. So that in the entire municipality of Libagon, she received 1,811 votes. From the original 35,539 votes, Lerias should be credited with 35,939 votes as against the 35,793 votes of Mercado giving her a margin of 146 votes. Whatever the results of the review of the ballots in the counter-protested precincts would be, (wherein Mercado won by 67 votes according to the majority, or as found by the dissenting members, Lerias won by 12 votes (dissent of J. Herrera) or by 20 votes (dissent of Rep. Cerilles) Lerias would still be the winner.

WHEREFORE, the decision of the Honorable Electoral Tribunal in HRET Case No. 16 is REVERSED and SET ASIDE. The Court declares that petitioner Rosette Yniguez Lerias is the duly elected representative of the Lone District of the Province of Southern Leyte.”







11th November 2015
Supporters still hoping Duterte changes mind
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 11, 2015, 9:55 pm

DAVAO CITY - Supporters of Davao Mayor Rodrigo Duterte obviously are still hoping he changes his mind and runs for president.

Metro Manila-based musicians who came up with the music video “Takbo” continue to court Duterte have separately visited him in Davao reiterating the message they conveyed in the song.

First to come over were Jimmy Bondoc and Paolo Santos who serenaded Duterte after a gig in a local mall. Bondoc wrote the song which was uploaded on youtube a day before the deadline of the filing last Oct. 17.

On Saturday, it was the turn of Luke Mejares to visit Duterte. Bondoc, Santos and Mejares formed the core of 17 artists and musicians who pooled their talents for “Takbo”.

Also standing up to be counted were Joel Guarin, Gail Blanco, THOR, Rickson Ruiz, Jerome Nunez, Pido, Ian Fajardo, Mike Caleda of the Crib, Max of Climax, NiEL DE MESA and Gibson Viduya.

Recently, it was the turn of six basketball stars to come out to express support for the popular Davao mayor in a video also uploaded on youtube.

They are Jobe Nkemakolam, Japeth Aguilar, Jay-R Reyes, Jeffrei Allan “Jeff” Chan, Joachim “Sonny” Thoss and Santiago Cabatu Jr.

The video opened with individual shots of the six players declaring “Duterte tayo!”, their right thumbs up revealing the now-familiar red and blue ballers.

At the end the 31-second video, all six were shown seated side by side with a Duterte poster hanging on the wall above the heads of Thoss and Chan. 

Aguilar, Chan and Thoss of Ginebra San Miguel, Rain or Shine and Alaska respectively recently played for the national team.

Last Nov. 9, Duterte was the honored guest during the 45th birthday celebration of Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano, a vice-presidential candidate. 

According to an exclusive Rappler story written by Pia Ranada, “what was supposed to be Cayetano’s birthday celebration became more like another event to convince Duterte to run”.

Duterte recently gave the presidential run a shot in the arm when he declared on his TV program that he might change his mind about the 2016 presidential race if the administration will not be able to solve the tanim-bala extortion scam at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

As part of his birthday message, Cayetano summed up what seems to be the call of the hour.

“The point, Mayor, is that we don’t have a choice. We keep telling people we want real change but they’re not given real choices. Give us a choice for 2016,” he asked Duterte.

Duterte has until Dec. 10 to make what he calls a “gamble for his freedom.” (CHITO A. FUENTES)


9th November 2015
SLDEO procures new chemicals, apparatus to boost materials testing
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 9, 2015, 8:47 pm

MAASIN CITY – The Department of Public Works and Highways - Southern Leyte District Engineering Office (DPWH-SLDEO) will purchase 17 chemicals and testing apparatus to ensure good quality of construction materials.


Leonides Olarte, SLDEO Quality Assurance Section chief said the procurement of new apparatus and reagents would make the district more advanced in terms of materials testing.


“We never used these reagents in the past and this is also our first time to acquire these testing apparatus for our laboratory,” Olarte said.


Reagents that are up for purchase within the year are acetic acid, phosphoric acid, ammonium hydroxide, ammonium phosphate, ammonium oxalate, barium chloride, barium sulphate, sodium hydroxide, and ethyl alcohol.


For laboratory apparatus, these are speedy moisture tester, crucible tong, burrete, pipets, crucible, metyl red, filter paper, and dynamic cone penetrometer.


“Most of the reagents are intended to complete the chemical component of test of cements. Currently, our testing capability is only limited to physical aspect,” Olarte added.


District Engineer Ma. Margarita Junia said this initiative is part of their continuing effort to innovate the materials testing laboratory. “Quality testing means quality infrastructure,” she added.


The DPWH-SLED laboratory is the second facility of its kind in the region that got one star rating from the DPWH central office. The first was the Second Leyte 

Engineering District, the field office previously headed by Engr. Junia


On July 30, 2014, Secretarty Rogelio Singson approved the conferment of one star rating to the SLDEO for having satisfactorily complied with the requirements and provisions of Department Order No. 11 series of 2013.


The central office classified the SLDEO materials testing laboratory with one star rating based on availability of testing equipment and apparatus, competence of laboratory personnel to conduct specific tests, observance of health and safety standards, working areas of the laboratory, calibration of status, and third-party certification.  (PR)

No other replacement for Vice-Governor -- RGM
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 9, 2015, 8:44 pm

By Associated Media of Southern Leyte (AMSL)

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, Nov. 2  (PIA)  --  Governor Roger Mercado has made it clear that there will be no “spare” candidate for Vice-Governor of the Liberal Party (LP) in the province in the event incumbent Vice Governor Sheffered Tan eventually decides to break away and run instead for Governor.

Speaking at a candid, no-holds barred, and free-wheeling press conference at the Kinamot sa Abgao Friday, October 30, Mercado maintained that “Sheffered is still with the LP,” and that he is still the LP’s candidate for Vice-Governor in the province.

Told that Tan had publicly announced his plan over the airwaves to part ways with the Mercados over what he claimed as unmet agreements earlier agreed, among them posting of Mayoral bets in some towns and swapping for positions in the provincial board, Mercado declined to comment until he personally shall have heard the whole story.

He cited as example a voice clip in which the earlier statements may refer to a desire to let go, but in the later or ending portion rests the condition that the party still had to be consulted, so  no final decision just yet.

But he was categorical in saying there was no “sabot”, or agreed talks at the local levels, and if there was any, he said he was not privy to it.  If at all, the talks were limited to the positions of Congressman, Governor, and Vice Governor.

The Governor was also very specific in denying the charge aired by the Vice Governor in radio interviews that he (Mercado) had a hand in incumbent Board Member Daisy Gamale’s candidacy for Vice Governor under the Nationalista Party (NP).

“We are in a democracy.  Anybody can run for whatever position under what party.  Wa mi magpadagan niya. (We did not coach her to run),” Mercado firmly stated.

In September, the local leadership switched party lines, from National Unity Party (NUP) to LP after having formally taken their oaths, in a move that made the Mercados partymates with Tan in the LP.

In the filing of certificates of candidacy, both Mercados and Tan filed as re-electionists  under the LP ticket.

He said he intended to reach out to party members who were not accommodated for next year’s polls, saying his friendship with them at the personal level remained intact.

On accusations his wife, Luz, will substitute for Marta Saludo, Mercado said “di na na mao” (that is no longer proper), saying that Saludo, a known parish worker in the city, was taken in to take charge of values and spiritual formation programs. (AMSL) 

Duterte supporter resorts to prayer
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 9, 2015, 8:41 pm

By Chito Fuentes

With the clock ticking, a believer of Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has turned to prayer in what could be the final push for his candidacy in the 2016 presidential elections.

Posting the event on her Facebook page, Joanna Allas-Fojas is calling for a “worldwide prayer and light vigil for the Philippines” on Nov. 29.

According to Fojas, it is “a prayer for (Duterte) and for the immediate transformation of the Philippines.”

Those who want to join in can do so in their respective homes from 6-8 pm on that day, she added.

Fojas, who describes herself in her postings as a fashion designer who is based in the United States, is a member of different groups urging Duterte to run.

While resorting to prayer may be interpreted as desperate move, this is not new to Duterte supporters who come from diverse religious backgrounds.

In a recent meeting of top-level volunteers, one of those who attended said prayer should be even more a priority now.

“If prayer can move mountains, then let us storm the gates of heaven,” he pointed out to emphasize the role of prayer in the clamor.         

Duterte has consistently resisted calls for him to throw his hat into the political ring and filed his certificate of candidacy for mayor in Davao City last Oct. 15.

While the deadline expired the next day, all is not exactly lost as PDP-Laban bet Martin Dino withdrew his bid in favor of Duterte.

The mayor, however, has not accepted the offer to substitute for Dino but supporters continue to hold on to a glimmer of hope.  

Duterte recently said he might change his mind about the 2016 presidential race if the administration will not be able to solve the tanim-bala extortion scam at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.

In a media interview, Duterte pointed out that the deadline for substitution is Dec. 10.

“Why don’t you just wait for December? Kung sisipot ako sa Manila sa Dec. 10, I will file my certificate of candidacy,” he snapped.

Duterte just gave his supporters and believers more reason to pray harder. (CHITO A. FUENTES)

4th November 2015
Airline company considers So. Leyte Panan-awan airport route
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 4, 2015, 11:29 pm

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, Nov. 4 (PIA) -- A subsidiary of an established airline company has declared its intention to ply the Maasin-Manila air traffic as soon as the safety concerns of the Panan-awan airport in this city shall have been addressed.

This was learned from a letter dated October 19, 2015 by Michael Ivan Shau, President and CEO of Cebu Pacific, addressed to Gov. Roger Mercado and marked received by the Governor’s Office October 29.

Copies of the letter were distributed to members of the local media in a press conference with Gov. Mercado at the Kinamot sa Abgao restaurant October 30.

“We wish to thank you for the letter sent by your office to Mr. Lance Y. Gokongwei requesting Cebu Air, Inc. (‘Cebu Pacific’) to operate flights from Manila to Maasin using turbo propeller aircraft.

“Cebgo, Inc. (‘Cebgo’), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cebu Pacific, would most likely be the operator of flights from Manila to Maasin, v.v. (vice-versa, or back and forth-mmp) with its fleet of ATR 72-500 aircraft,” Shau wrote.

In his letter, Shau mentioned the findings of Cebu Pacific’s Safety and Technical Team which conducted a survey and inspection in September last year, such as the provision of a Category 5 Rescue and Fire Fighting Service, completion of airport terminal building, and lengthening of airport runway, among other safety concerns, that should have been solved once they begin to operate.

“The bulk of our new aircraft will be arriving in late 2017 in line with our fleet expansion plans and we hope that by then, the safety concerns enumerated above would have been already addressed and certified by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines,” Shau said.

During the press conference, Gov. Mercado said the concerns were already looked into, adding that with a functional airport, coupled with an alternate seaport at nearby Guadalupe area, the tourism and economic potentials of the province will certainly get an uplifting boost. (mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)

So Leyte gov't. addresses shortage of doctors
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 4, 2015, 5:33 pm


November 4, 2015

MAASIN CITY – In an effort to address the shortage of doctors in province’ run health centers, the provincial government embarked on scholarship program for students who want to pursue doctor of medicine course.

Nine medical students have availed of the scholarship program “that would not only address the shortages of medical professions in government hospitals but to help deserving Southern Leytenos to take medical courses and help people in the matter of health and hospitalization services,” said a statement in the Memorandum of Agreement signed between the provincial government of Gov. Roger Mercado and the nine students.

The students are Karell Ann Lamban of Lilo-an, Southern Leyte, Rhea Charisma C. Serdan, Maasin City, Lester Clerigo of San Ricardo and Francis Oscar Gaviola of Maasin City. The four are all first year students at the University of Cebu College of Medicine.

Lanie Mae Golde, of San Ricardo, Southern Leyte, and a second year at the Cebu Doctors College of Medicine, Lesgard John Gonzalez of Maasin City and a third year student all of Cebu Doctors College of Medicine.

Dianne Marie Diano of Maasin City, Retchie Jacob Madrona of Macrohon, Southern Leyte, Paola Elisha Cutamora of Maasin, all study at UV Gullas College of Medicine.

The provincial government will shoulder all the school fees, textbooks and educational supply allowance and other allowances that include board and lodging, uniform and travel.

The scholars for their part and after passing the Medical Board Examination shall render services and be integrated/employed into the medical health services and mandated to render services equivalent to two years for every year of scholarship.

If the scholars fail to complete the medical course for whatever reasons they may present, they shall repay the full cost of the scholarship and other related benefits. And if they become a licensed physician and opts not to render medical services to the province, they will also repay the full cost of the scholarship.

The parents who were present at the signing of MOA at the governor’s office also signed for their commitment of the scholarship program.

19th October 2015
Maasinhons dismayed over Pagara fight but congratulated the boxers
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on October 19, 2015, 9:56 am


October 19, 2015

MAASIN CITY – Mayor Malone Samaco and Maasinhon fans of the Pagara brothers were dismayed over the non mention of Maasin City in the eagerly awaited match of the Pagara brothers in the Pinoy Pride 33: Philippines vs the World at StubHub Center in Carson, California.

Glued to their TV sets, fans here were dismayed when ring announcer Jimmy Lennon Jr. mentioned Cebu City as the place where Albert Pagara come from when it’s always Maasin City as his resident in all the previous fights of the younger Pagara who is from Lib-og village this city.

Nonetheless the fans congratulated the Pagara brothers’ TKO wins over their Nicaraguan opponents in the Pinoy Pride 33 held on October 18.

Samaco said that, “we will just wait for Albert Pagara’s explanation over the residency issue but we will still honor them a hero’s welcome when they arrive here in the city.”

But in his Facebook account Albert said, “Salamat kaau sa manga fans ug sori kaau sa taga maasin city kai dli jd ako ng botang ato sayop lang to mayor MaloneyChona Samaco sori kaau sila rai ng bout ug botang ato sori.” (Thank you my fans but I’m very sorry to all Maasinhons I was not the one who put (Cebu City) it. Sorry Mayor Malone Samaco they were the one who put it).

The younger Pagara started his boxing career under Maasin City Sports Council.

Jason Pagara and his brother Prince Albert were given a heroes’ for their victory in Pinoy Pride 32:  Duel in Dubai 2 at the Dubai World Trade Center on August 7.

Twenty one years old Pagara knocked out his Nicaraguan opponent 34-year-old power hitter William Gonzalez on the 6th round for the vacant WBO Intercontinental Junior Featherweight title.

The Maasin native rise to 25-0 with 18 KOs. While Gonzalez fell to 25-6, 23 KOs.

Older Jason, 23, disposed of Nicaraguan Santos Benavides at the 2:53 mark of Round 2 in their light welterweight tussle.

Three other Filipinos, Donnie Nietes beat Mexican Juan Alejo by lopsided unanimous decision to lead fellow ALA stalwarts Jason Pagara, Mark Magsayo and Albert Pagara to a sweep of their foreign opponents in ALA promoted Pinoy Pride 33: Philippines vs the World at StubHub Center in Carson, California.


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