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27th November 2015
Corruption has got to stop - Duterte
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 27, 2015, 5:53 am


ALABEL, Sarangani - A few hours after his lawyer filed his certificate of candidacy for president in Intramuros, Mayor Rodrigo Duterte dropped hints on what to expect if he wins the election.

“Ug akoy ma-presidente, corruption has to stop,” Duterte remarked in near the end of his 41-minute talk.

The mayor was optimistic about his chances, noting that he has experience in fighting corruption.

“Once upon a time, I was one of only Tanodbayans investigators in Mindanao,” he disclosed.

This little-known detail of Duterte’s service record happened before the establishment of the Ombudsman.   

“Criminality has to go,” the mayor emphatically declared, drawing applause from the audience packed inside the 2,500-capacity gym.

Duterte earned a reputation for cleaning up Davao which was a virtual killing fields prior to his assumption.

The mayor, who has come under fire from human rights advocates, made it clear he won’t change his ways. “Di man ko mahadlok ug human rights,” he added.

Duterte said it is time to instill fear in the law.

Among the current crop of presidential candidates, it is only Duterte who has repeatedly warned of the upsurge of criminality.

“We have lost a generation sa drugs,” he pointed out.

Duterte recalled instances when he dealt harshly with criminals and drug lords.

“Hardliner ko, cruel ko sa criminal,” he warned. 

The mayor has consistently warned shady personalities that if they do drugs in Davao, he would kill them.

“I don’t know what would be my policy will be, pero pareho siguro

i will use the military and the police,” he hinted.

Duterte walked into a highly-partisan crowd which erupted into wild applause and deafening shouts at the venue to speak on the occasion of Sarangani’s foundation day.

The noise rose decibels higher when Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. announced that Duterte was the newest presidential candidate in next year’s election.

Marcos spoke ahead of Duterte and was already entertaining questions when the mayor arrived. Duterte caught up with the symposium aboard a chopper after presiding over a press conference in Davao.

Earlier that morning, he withdrew his candidacy for mayor, paving the way for the filing of his certificate of candidacy for president in Intramuros by lawyer Salvador Mediadia.

Duterte’s daugher, lawyer Sara Duterte-Carpio, in turn filed her certificate of candidacy to replace him.

The swift execution stunned even his close friends and political lieutenants.

After the initial surprise, however, the formality of his presidential bid triggered frenzied rejoicing among his followers particularly on social media.  

“I can promise you a law-abiding, God-fearing, comfortable community,” he responded to question on what his legacy will be.

With what Duterte brings to the table, there are enough reasons to celebrate. (CHITO A. FUENTES)


26th November 2015
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 26, 2015, 4:46 am
Who will receive Duterte rivals in Vis-Min sorties?
With the guessing game on whether Mayor Rodrigo Duterte will run or not now settled, the new guessing game is: who will stick with the other three presidential aspirants? 
At least two analysts have predicted that Duterte’s entry will disrupt the existing political configurations particularly in Mindanao.
Mon Casiple said Duterte’s last-minute entry into the presidential race “has changed the political equation, ensuring a free-for-all among five candidates next year.”
Casiple, executive director of Institute for Political Reform, predicted that Duterte “will certainly get the Mindanao and Cebu votes.”
Meanwhile, Malou Tiquia of PUBLICOS Asia Inc. went even farther, predicting that Duterte will be a “game-changer”.
Tiquia, who hosts “Agenda” on CNN Philippines, said Duterte will take support away from Poe and Roxas.  
Duterte caught political watchers in the National Capital Region by surprise when he stormed into the lead in the latest Pulse Asia survey.
The tough-talking Davao mayor cornered the nod of one-third of the the respondents, posting a commanding 34%, dislodging erstwhile topnotcher Sen. Grace Poe who fell to second with her 26%.
Vice Mayor Jejomar Binay dropped to third, four percentage points behind Poe at 22% while administration bet Mar Roxas plummeted even farther to fourth at 11%.
Sen. Miriam Santiago brought up the rear with 7%.
It will be recalled that many Mindanao politicians who had earlier express support for Duterte’s candidacy eventually settled for other candidates when the latter refused to beat the deadline last Oct. 17.
Duterte’s re-entry now poses headaches for the former as Mindanao and even Cebu are experiencing a sudden surge of regional pride.
In Davao provinces, rival politicians have already opened contact lines with the mayor’s camp to express support for his bid. Even former Speaker Prospero Nograles has openly declared his support for Duterte in spite of their bitter and protracted political rivalry in Davao.
Sources in the Duterte camp note a similar scenario shaping up in other Mindanao provinces and some areas in the Visayas particularly Cebu.
As the campaign period draws near, one question lurks on many people’s mind: who will be brave enough to go upstage and sit beside the other presidential candidates at the risk of antagonizing Duterte fanatics?
It won’t be a simple act because in doing so they put their candidacies on the line in the southern regions who see in Duterte their first real chance of finally seeing one of their own in Malacanang. (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)

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.


16th October 2015
Former St. Bernard Mayor filed CoC for congressman
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on October 16, 2015, 5:26 am


October 16, 2015

MAASIN CITY – Former St. Bernard mayor Rico Rentusa has filed his CoC as Representative of the lone district of the province of Southern Leyte under UNA party on the last day of the filing of CoCs.

Rentusa was accompanied by Board Member Albert Exclamado, who filed his CoC as governor, and the UNA slates for the city headed by former Maasin mayor Gerry Dator and former SB member Roehl Sibi.

On Monday Southern Leyte Rep. Damian Mercado filed his CoC as re-electionist. While his elder brother Roger Mercado filed as re-electionist governor together with erstwhile enemy Vice governor as re-electionist on Wednesday under LP.

Gov. Mercado’s son, Nacional Nikko Mercado, ABC Federation president, filed his CoC as city mayor. While mayor Malone Samaco, whose term ends on 2016 filed as vice-mayor also under LP.

In a press conference held at Supercha restaurant Rentusa said he was inspired to run again because he was second to Rep. Mercado in a three cornered elections for representative of the lone district. Dundeet Lerias under LP was last.  

“I was inspired by my last run because even without money I got modest votes,” he said.

UNA secretary general Vic Endriga of Libagon town assured voters thy will put up a good fight dismantle the Mercados.

Told that a good candidate is not an assurance to win. It would always boils down to money, Endriga said, “We been preparing for this since day one of Jejomar Binay’s vice presidency.

When Inquirer asked if they will double what LP would give ‘pahilipay’ to the voters, “We will not resort to bought buying because this is illegal but we already know how to dismantle the present administration,” said Endriga stressing that the vilification against Binay would not completely affect their election to Malacanang.



9th October 2015
Cooperatives rally against bills that repeal tax exemptions
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on October 9, 2015, 7:26 pm
By Marcelo M. Pedalino
MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, Oct. 7 (PIA)  --  Shouting to the top of their voices their opposition to pending bills in Congress that they say would adversely impact on the interest of cooperatives, coop leaders were one in saying the bills would result to diminishing benefits to members.
Interest on loans extended to members may have to be eventually hiked, if the bills can become laws, they cried out over the weekend at the plaza in front of the city hall here.
The rally speakers, mostly managers and board members of local cooperatives, including City Mayor Maloney Samaco as chair of the Maasin City Cooperative Development Council and member of three coops, were referring to pending Bills on Rationalization of Fiscal Investment Incentives in both houses of Congress.
These included HB 2765 authored by Cebu 6th District Rep. Gabriel Luis Quisumbing, HB 302 by Tarlac 2nd District Rep. Susan Yap, and HB 1788 by Cagayan de Oro 2ndDistrict Rep. Rufus Rodriguez.
In the Upper House, Senate Bill 2048 by Senator Loren Legarda, SB 987 by Ralph Recto, and SB 35 by Cynthia Villar
At the press conference in the Mayor’s office that followed right after the march and rally, Dionisio Llido, Manager of Maasin Employees Multi-Purpose Cooperative (MEMCO), explained that once coops are taxed the dividend due for distribution to members will no longer be 100% given.
Aside from the mass action, the participating cooperatives from the city, other towns of Southern Leyte, and some parts in Leyte province, also signed a resolution dated September 17, 2015, “expressing the strong opposition of the Cooperative Sector to the repeal of articles 60 and 61 of Republic Act 9520 also known as the Cooperative Code of the Philippines which aims to rescind the tax exemption privileges of Cooperatives in the Philippines.”
The resolution emphasized that “the repeal of tax exemption privileges of cooperatives is misplaced and defeats the role of cooperatives.”
The Philippine Cooperative Center (PCC) launched a nationwide campaign against passage of the Fiscal Investment Incentives bills, and called on thousands of cooperators to hit the streets of Manila and key cities nationwide in October “as a show of force against the proposed bills,” the resolution also said.  (mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)

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