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13th May 2015
Duterte: Passing the BBL will not solve Mindanao problem
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on May 13, 2015, 9:15 pm

May 11, 2015

MAASIN CITY – Davao City Mayor Rodrigo R. Duterte on Sunday reiterated that he is not a candidate for president and that his “listening tour” around the country is for advocating for federalism.

“I’m not a candidate. I am advocating for federalism to avoid bloodshed in Mindanao,” Duterte said when Inquirer reminded him of his statement in previous interviews that he will only run if his rating goes up higher than Vice President Binay.

“Please don’t get me wrong and please don’t believe on surveys. We are not actors that should be rated upon.”

What the people need to do is choose the best person who can solved tremendous problem of our country.

When Inquirer asked the mayor should his campaign be bankrolled would he reconsider running? He said I would get ten percent and go home to Davao. The mayor had claimed that he could not afford to run a presidential campaign because he has no money.

In a speech before provincial and city officials at the City Hall, speaking in Cebuano, he said he is passionate about federalism because I pity Mindanao.

“The President himself, the negotiator and the MILF has warned that should the BBL not passed there will be bloodshed in Mindanao,” Duterte said pointing out that passing the BBL will not prevent chaos in Mindanao.

He said they don’t know about Mindanao. “In Mindanao, different bloodline of Muslims are not even united. The Tausugs. The Maranaws, etc., etc., They are not nice with each other.”

Now, if they pass the BBL, the faction of Misuari and the other factions of Muslims, you think they would not revolt.

“So please pity us. Help Mindanao and let us go for federalism,” he said adding where would I go, I have a daughter-in-law who is Muslim. Muslim grandchildren.

“Passing the BBL would not solved the Mindanao problem. Muslims have been there years before the Spaniards dominated the country and introduced the Christian faith.”

The Davao mayor, who was in Maasin for the Roa clan reunion, was met by provincial and city officials at the Maasin port where his chopper landed from Cebu.

After having lunch hosted by the government he proceeded to Laboon village, 10 km from the city for the clan reunion.

He then proceeded to Laboon Elementary school for the nostalgic meeting with his four classmates in grade one. The meeting was very emotional,his classmates were teary eyed including the mayor.

He then invited the four to Davao all expenses will be shouldered including air fare and hotel accommodation.

Duterte also promised to give a school building to his alma mater.

Duterte’s mother was from Laboon village.

Duterte campaigns for federalism type of government
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on May 13, 2015, 8:39 pm

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, May 11 (PIA)  --  Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte pitched a federal type of government when he visited this city Sunday to attend a Roa clan reunion, his middle name which he traced his roots as coming from barangay Laboon this city.

“I have no plans to run as President, but I am here to spread the message of federalism,” Duterte declared following a warm welcome where he was mobbed by admirers mostly man-on-the-street types as soon as he landed by helicopter at the port area and motored to the City Hall.

He was met by high officials from the city and province, including City Mayor Maloney Samaco, Gov Roger Mercado, Cong. Damain Mercado, and some Mayors coming other municipalities of the province, along with other provincial and city officials.

At the third floor lobby of the City Hall that was used as an improvised stage with the use of a riser, Duterte led his captive audience to a 30-minute walk down memory lane of national history, in which he clarified that 70 years before Magellan came to Limasawa, the Muslims have already established a stronghold in sizeable parts of Mindanao.

But in the current issue of the Bangsamoro Basic Law, Duterte did not categorically state whether he is pro or against it, saying only that federalism can address the divisions of various tribes and clans in different parts of the country.

In a federal government set-up, the national government will take care on matters relating to national concerns, while the rest will be delegated to the local government, Duterte said without further elaboration other than saying that a change for federalism would undergo a constitutional amendment.


He endeared with the masses with his no-nonsense style of speaking that include a spattering of invectives in the local dialect to the amusement of the crowd.

Gov. Mercado acknowledged Duterte’s help in times of calamities experienced by the province, such as the Guinsaugon disaster and in the aftermath of typhoon Yolanda, where he came by chopper to deliver a P 3 Million check to the provincial government.

Cong. Damian Mercado said he can very well relate with Duterte’s candid style as also his own, saying he supported the advocacy and cause of the visiting Mayor from Davao City.

City Mayor Samaco also pledged an all-out support for whatever plans Duterte may have in the near or far future.

After lunch, Duterte proceeded to barangay Laboon to meet his kin, and by four in the afternoon departed for Cebu.  (esg/mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)


9th May 2015
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on May 9, 2015, 5:50 am

Duterte drawing support of relatives from all over 

MAASIN CITY – Mayor Rodrigo Duterte continues to draw support from relatives in different parts of the Visayas and Mindanao.

The Davao mayor, considered by many as an “undeclared” presidential contender, will visit Cagayan de Oro Saturday before swinging to Maasin Sunday as guest speaker of different chapters of the Roa clan.

Duterte’s mother, Soledad, a school teacher born in Cabadbaran, Agusan del Sur, belongs to the influential Roa clan that has members in different parts of the Visayas and Mindanao.

On May 9, Duterte will speak before Roa clan members from northern Mindanao at the Xavier Estates Clubhouse.

He will also be the guest of the Rotary District Convention 3870 led by Gov. Manuel Along at the Pryce Hotel.

From there, Duterte will fly to Maasin, Southern Leyte to speak before another gathering of the Roa clan in Leyte.

This is a sentimental journey of sorts for the Davao mayor who spent his primary years in Barangay Laboon where the majority of the residents are Roa clan members.

Local officials are also expected to roll out the red carpet for their now-prominent town mate who is gaining ground as a presidential timber after surprisingly coming in third in two separate surveys last March.

Duterte tied for third with Manila Mayor Erap Estrada in the Pulse Asia survey and with Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas in the Social Weather Stations poll.

While many politicians are still hesitant to come out and express their support for Duterte, his relatives are coming out in droves for him.

Members of the Saligumba clan in Tagbilaran joined the Duterte and Roa clans during his visit in the Bohol capital.

He was also welcomed by the Roa clans in Ozamiz and Valencia, Bukidnon, the Samporna clan in Iligan City and the Dutertes in Pagadian.

Last March, the influential Veloso clan held a reunion in Cebu City which was attended by the Petillas of Leyte including resigned Energy Secretary Jericho Petilla, Leyte Gov.  Petilla and the clan matriarch, Palo Mayor Remedios Petilla.

Also present were Danny Javier of the Apo Hiking Society and his brother, Javier Mayor Sandy Javier, Siquijor Vice Gov. Dingdong Avanzado, among many others.

While the reunion did not explicitly mean the clan’s endorsement for Duterte, it opened communication lines at the very least.

Duterte’s father, former Davao Gov. Vicente Duterte, was mayor of Danao City in Cebu before the family migrated to Davao. 

The elder Duterte, the last governor of undivided Davao, also served briefly as Cabinet secretary.

Duterte continues to resist calls for him to run but so far the clamor has not subsided. 

Whatever his political plans, one thing Duterte has seen so far is the outpouring of support from his relatives on both his paternal and maternal sides. (CHITO A. FUENTES)


21st April 2015
Medical Mission Matters heals 95 kids with facial deformities in Southern Leyte
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on April 21, 2015, 10:19 pm

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, April 21 (PIA)  --  Some 95 kids, mostly infants, are now being treated for a free surgery at the provincial hospital in barangay Dongon here, so that the in-born anomaly on their faces and voices can be corrected. 

Medical Mission Matters, a newly-organized non-government organization based in Ilo-ilo and founded by Dr. Lawrence Malley, spearheaded the free cleft and palate surgery since Friday last week, in cooperation with the city and provincial governments, among other sectors. 

“We have a total of 164 successfully conducted operation since we began in December 2014 following the approval of our papers by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in November 2014,” said Lyla Grace Isiderio, the Office Manager, in an interview Thursday at Dongon National High School where the patients and their families are staying for the duration of the mission.

 This has been their fifth surgery operation, and the first held outside San Jose, Antique, Isiderio said, adding that she is hoping the 95 patients on their list would be added to their record of successful operations. 

She said their activity has been sponsored by Smile Train, an International Organization with the same advocacy as theirs. 

At the dySL Kapihan sa PIA where they were invited as guests, Isiderio said the cleft palate operation normally costs P 120,000.00 but because of the mission this is free of charge  --  including other expenses of patients such as laboratory, transportation, and food. 

Ronald Woods, a foreigner who had married and lived in barangay Asuncion, Maasin, said the huge costs on medical procedures was waived, courtesy of the efforts of the specialists and expert doctors from St. Luke Hospital who volunteered their time and talent. 

“This is a labor of love for them,” Woods said, referring to Dr. Richard Cabotage, a plastic surgeon, and Dr. Hedwig Reyeg, anesthesiologist. 

And Woods himself started rolling the unselfish labor of love, for he was the one who initiated to bring a cleft child from barangay Asuncion to San Jose, Antique, for treatment, until in the process the idea of an outreach operation in the province was conceived and now realized. 

“My mission is to eliminate this deformity in Southern Leyte, then move on to other places,” Woods said during the dySL kapihan sa PIA.  (esg/mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)

17th April 2015
Fisherman catches turtle, DENR tags, releases it
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on April 17, 2015, 7:16 pm

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, April 16 (PIA)  --  A local fisherman in barangay Combado here got the surprise of his life when what he thought was a big catch for the day turned out be a turtle, a Green Sea Turtle, according to personnel of the Office of the City Agricultural Services (OCAS) who examined it.

The fisherman, whose name was not immediately known, was quoted as saying the hook in his fishing line found its mark on the left side of the turtle’s shell just below the head, so the animal was not at all harmed or injured when it was hauled to the shore early morning Tuesday.

Crowd of curious onlookers easily gathered and watched the “catch” brought ashore, tended by OCAS personnel who contacted the DENR-CENRO for tagging and subsequent release.

The shell’s length measured 30 inches from the base of the head to the base of the tail, the width 22 inches, circumference, 90 inches, and its weight was approximately 70 kilos. 

Comments of facebook users from Ormoc, Luzon, and Australia mostly inquired about its condition when pictures of the turtle was posted on PIA-Southern Leyte’s facebook account.

A very brief video also got likes and a share.

In less than two hours since the turtle was brought to shore, DENR personnel released it back to the sea after proper tagging procedures, according to those who saw the “send-off” ceremony.

Turtles are known eaters of the deadly crown of thorns, a kind of sea urchin whose massive number can destroy coral reefs, it was learned.  (esg/mmp, PIA-Southern Leyte)


9th January 2015
Maasin employees attending papal visit on official time, says Mayor Samaco
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on January 9, 2015, 6:16 am

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, Jan. 5 (PIA)  --  Personnel from the city local government unit here who wish to be in Tacloban for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis will be on official time, City Mayor Maloney Samaco declared.

“While it cannot be done on official business, we can consider it on official time, and we will just look for somebody who can gave us certificates of appearance,” Mayor Samaco said on dydm prime time news over the weekend

Pope Francis is scheduled to be in Tacloban next week, January 17, a Saturday, but for those who will be going ahead  -- since the holiday declarations for Thursday and Friday, January 15 and 16, respectively,  are limited only to the National Capital Region (NCR)  -- hence the idea to make it on official time, Samaco explained.

He himself, with his family, will already be in Tacloban on January 16, Samaco said, adding that it was a personal schedule, and not in coordination with other city officials or heads of offices.

Meanwhile, Samaco said he was glad to know there was zero injury in the city with regards to firecracker-related burns and accidents at the height of the revelry celebration welcoming the new year.

The new provincial hospital at barangay Dongon also had not received any similar cases of firecracker emergencies, a record maintained for three consecutive years, it was learned.  (mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)

31st December 2014
missing pumpboat found, passengers safe
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on December 31, 2014, 4:47 am
By Marcelo M. Pedalino
MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, Dec. 30 (9:30 PM) (PIA)  --  The seven passengers of a pumpboat that left barangay San Roque, Macrohon, Monday afternoon, supposedly enroute to Limasawa, reported missing until today, were washed ashore this afternoon at barangay Sto. Rosario, Maasin City  --  more than 40 kilometers away from their point of origin  --  tossed by “habagat” winds after enduring 24 hours at sea.
At about 3:00 in the afternoon today, December 30, a text message received by PIA from the Southern Leyte Police Provincial Office (SLPPO) stated:  “All missing passengers were found alive and accounted for at barangay Sto. Rosario.”
A few minutes later, Danilo Atienza, head of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (PDRRMC) also texted PIA:  “All of the missing persons are now rescued and are brought to our new provincial hospital in Dongon.”
The survivors --  two males and five females, (the four of five females all teenagers)   -- were earlier identified as Police Sr. Insp. Richard Castanares, 41, chief of Limasawa Municipal Police Station; Lourdes Rogador, 46, married; Charlotte Malunas, 15, church server; Claissa Malunas, 13, church server; Joanah Juanico, 14, church server; Ednamae Cabanero, 15, church server; and Eusebio Pelenio, Jr. 30, single, the pumpboat operator.
They were heading back home to Limasawa after attending a parish-related activity in Padre Burgos town, it was learned. Tropical Storm “Seniang” was up and about on the day they ventured to sea, and in fact, Southern Leyte was under storm signal number one when they left off.
Maasin Coast Guard Officer Felino Ingan, who was able to talk to Pelenio at the Dongon provincial hospital, told PIA their boat, with a 16 horsepower engine, capsized in the rough seas just within an hour after they departed, in a location estimated as between Macrohon and Limasawa.
They held on to the boat for dear life, with a rope helped and managed by Pelenio and Castanares, as they aimlessly drifted along with the current for the next twenty-four hours, battered by winds and waves, until they came upon a coastal community where they sought help from residents who saw them weak and tired, Coast Guard Ingan told PIA by phone.
All of them looked fine even as they were obviously weak from trauma and hunger.  Pelenio and Castanares had “gasgas” or skin rashes suffered while trying to control the rope that held them together, Ingan added.
Their respective families were already informed of their situation, but for now they will stay overnight in the hospital for much needed rest, Ingan also said.  (with report from Erna Gorne)

15th December 2014
DTI-Southern Leyte holds trainings on integrated coconut processing
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on December 15, 2014, 10:32 pm

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, Dec. 15 (PIA)  --  A Basic Skills Training on Integrated Coconut Processing will be conducted by the Department of Trade and  Industry (DTI) provincial office here on two occasions within this week.

In a statement sent to the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) today, DTI informed that the first training is scheduled December 15-17, or today until Wednesday, at barangay Hantag this city, an interior barangay from the city proper, about ten kilometers upland to the north.

“This will be participated by the officers and members of Hantag Farmers Multi-purpose Cooperative, Inc. (HAFAMCI).  Mrs. Minerva Baclayon, a licensed food technician of Southern Leyte State University (SLSU)-Sogod Campus will be tapped as the trainer,” the DTI statement said.

The second similar training, on December 19-21, will be at Mahayahay, Bontoc, Southern Leyte “participated by workers of Yummy’s Homemade Products, and coconut farmers from the said barangay.”

Funds for the two skills trainings were taken from the DTI’s CARP funds.

The activity will also discuss matters on costing, pricing, and some good manufacturing practices.

“The main purpose of these trainings is to introduce other by-products of coconut, an alternative source of income aside from the traditional copra or coconut kernels,” the DTI statement also said.  (mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)


4th December 2014
DPWH-SLDEO activates DRRM Team for 'Ruby'
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on December 4, 2014, 8:13 pm

The District Disaster Risk Reduction Management Team (DRRMT) of DPWH Southern Leyte District Engineering Office conferred on December 3, 2014 in preparation for Typhoon “Ruby.”

OIC-Asst. District Engr. Allan D. Eway relayed instructions to the different officers-in-charge as TY “Ruby” entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Thursday. The said storm is expected to intensify as it heads to Eastern Visayas. “Ruby” is expected to make a landfall on Saturday morning or afternoon, the state weather bureau said with a maximum winds at 185 kph with gustiness of 210 kph.

Engr. Eway alerted the team to prepare for the worst case scenario and instructed them to deploy heavy equipment like backhoes and dumptrucks in strategic locations in the province where it can immediately respond to any untoward events.

He also gave specific instructions to prepare supplies and tools needed to keep the national roads passable such as chainsaws, gasoline, ladder, axes, etc. He ordered all members of the team to maintain an open line of communication 24/7.

Each District DRRM Team is composed of an Incident Commander and Deputy Incident Commander, where the District EngineerMA. MARGARITA C. JUNIA, DM, and Engr. Eway head respectively. It also has a Public Information Officer, Safety Officer, Liaison Officer, Operations Officer, Planning Officer, Logistics, and Administrative and Financial Officer.

The team recently underwent a seminar about the roles and responsibilities of the team and the team members last November 19-20. The training sought to institutionalize an Incident Command System (ICS), a system for agencies to work together smoothly under one management system during disasters.Meanwhile, District Engineer Junia, DM met with Asec. Dimas S. Soguilon, DPWH Asst. Secretary for Regional Operations in Visayas and Mindanao, today at the DPWH Regional Office, Baras, Palo, Leyte to discuss the instructions from DPWH Secretary Rogelio Singson on the papal visit next year, status of project implementation, and preparations for the impending storm. ROUELLA MAY P. ALTAR, Public Information Officer, DRRM Team

25th November 2014
South Leyte Governor refutes Philippine Star Columnist
Posted by Jani Arnaiz, Chief Editor on November 25, 2014, 4:17 am

By Marcelo M. Pedalino

MAASIN CITY, Southern Leyte, Nov. 24 (PIA)  --  Governor Roger Mercado last week clarified several points raised by a national daily columnist regarding hot issues and latest developments arising from Mercado’s hands-on implementation over quarrying and sand and gravel extraction regulation last month.

In a letter sent to the Philippine Star daily newspaper, which the broadsheet published on its November 21 issue, Mercado discussed intensively his side of the story on the events that happened on October 10, the day he, together with Task Force Subangdaku team, accosted crewmen of a sea-faring vessel docked in Sogod town, along with personnel of a crushing plant.

He also tackled the legal foundations of the provincial revenue code, the lawful grounds or the authority   on Governor’s permit for sand and gravel extractions, and his take on the kidnapping charges and a petition to the President to have him suspended purportedly for grave misconduct and abuse of authority.

Coincidentally, his letter, addressed to Star Columnist Alex Magno in response to Magno’s November 18 column, was aptly titled “Caught in the act,” which was basically Gov. Mercado’s defense on the October 10 incident.  Magno’s Nov. 18 column, meanwhile, carried the title “Governors”, for aside from Mercado, he also criticized another Governor.

Warrantless Citizen’s arrest

“The arrest of the sand and gravel company crews was a straightforward caught in the act (or en flagrante delicto) situation calling for and requiring a warrantless arrest authorized both by the text and spirit of existing law (Sec. 5, (a)& (b), Rule 113, Rules of Criminal Procedure), “  Mercado wrote.

He added:  “The arrestees were caught in the act of committing a crime, namely, theft of mineral resources, defined and punished under Sec. 103 of the Mining Law (Rep. Act No. 7942); they could not even show the police and environment officers permits for the transport of the sand and gravel found in the barge that was about to depart from Southern Leyte.”

Mercado took exception to Magno’s casual line that the workers were not at work at the time they were approached, saying the statement “may be correct in the sense that the plain fact is that they were busy committing a crime.”

He said the “express legal authorization for warrantless arrest is given not just to a duly sworn officer of the law but to a private person or plain citizen so he can lawfully make a citizen’s arrest.”

This, without doubt, according to him, “underscores not just its legal justification but also  --  and more importantly perhaps  --  the urgent need in the real world for warrantless arrests if our ordered society must meet the vital necessity of upholding the law at all times.”

And in the matter of always upholding the law, the concerned government officers, national and local, “were all duly engaged in a relentless effort to enforce laws and ordinances meant to protect the environment and natural resources,” with Guinsaugon landslide and Yolanda as fitting background, Mercado declared.

Provincial Revenue Code, Governor’s Permit for SAG

On the issue of the Provincial Revenue Code which Magno assailed as nearly tripled the extraction fee for sand and gravel, Mercado explained it was well within the Local Government Code, Republic Act No.7160, adding that it was not contrary to the Mining Law “which in particular does not expressly amend, much less repeal, any part of the Local Government Code.”

“As for the governor’s authority to issue permits for sand and gravel extractions or mining activities, irrespective of area in hectares, the same is clearly provided for both in the province’s ordinance and the Local Government Code, and sustained by the Supreme Court in the landmark case of Province of Cagayan, etc., et al vs. Lara, G.R. No. 188500, July 24, 2013,” Mercado noted.

Fabricated charges

On the alleged charge of kidnapping and serious illegal detention slapped against him and others, Mercado remarked that those were “pure fabrication meant to harass, cow, and stop us from our relentless enforcement of the laws and ordinances to protect the environment and natural resources.”

“I am asking the Office of the President as well as the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office to dismiss outright the said alleged charge or charges as it is in violation of Section 1, Rule 6 on Strategic Law Suit Against Public Participation (SLAPP) under Supreme Court Circular A.M. No. 09-6-8 (Rules on Procedure for Environment Cases).

On the offensive

Mercado informed Magno that he had initiated some countermoves.

“I am also asking the Supreme Court thru the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) to consider disbarment or disciplinary proceedings against Atty. Winsor Calamba for serious violation of the lawyer’s oath and code of ethic for promoting among other things a malicious prosecution of national and provincial officers who are simply doing their best to protect the environment and natural resources.

“Our lawyers also have brought suit against Regional Trial Court (RTC) Judge Rolando L. Gonzalez with the Court of Appeals for grave abuse of authority in the case filed against the province by businessmen who were found to be conducting illegal sand and gravel extraction and mining activities in violation of laws and ordinances meant to protect the environment and natural resources.

“Among other things, the suit assails Judge Gonzalez’ violation of the Supreme Court kalikasan rules prohibiting RTC judges from issuing injunction writs against government actions to protect the environment,” Mercado stressed.  (mmp, PIA8-Southern Leyte)


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