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4 EV cities, 48 towns tagged as election watchlist areas
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Scattered thunderstorms in themorning. Partly cloudy skies late.High 86F. Winds E at 5 to 10 mph.Chance of rain 40%.
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VOL. XXV NO. 077 TUESDAY MARCH 12, 2013 P10.00 IN TACLOBAN
Leading senatorial candidate San Juan City Rep. JV Ejercito Estrada talks of a MaginhawangBayan in front of eager supporters in Guiguinto, Bulacan.
VILLAR IN NUEVA VIZCAYA - Thousands of Novo Vizcayanos showed support to Misis Hanepbu-hay Cynthia Villar, who served as the guest of honor during the Women’s Month Celebration of the Abot Palad Foundation, Inc. held in Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya. Villar, who worked for legislations
upholding the welfare and benefits of women during her three terms in Congress, said she is com-
mitted to empower women through her livelihood projects, which she hopes to replicate in 1,600 towns and cities nationwide. With Villar is Nueva Vizcaya Rep. Carlos Padilla.
CAMP RUPEROKANGLEON, Palo,Leyte - Te PhilippineNational Police inEastern Visayas hasidentifed 52 areas-our cities and 48towns-as under itselection watch listareas(EWAs).
And to ensure thatthe conduct o electionson these areas would notbe marred with violence,the leadership o the PNPis giving ocus on them,says SuperintendentRoel Acidre, chie o thePolice and Community Relations O ce, said.Acidre said that theseareas were considered assuch due to number o actors.
UNIED Nationalist Alliance(UNA) senatorial candidate SanJuan City Rep. JV Ejercito Es-trada expressed his gratitude tothe public aer the latest PulseAsia survey showed that he re-mained in 5th place among theso-called “Magic 12” or list o senatorial candidates preerredby Filipinos.Pulse Asia released on March11 its February 2013 Pre-Elec-tion Survey elded rom Feb-ruary 24-28, 2013. Ejercito Es-trada placed 5th among the 33senatorial candidates and wasavored by 43.8 per cent o thesurvey respondents.
4 EV cities, 48 towns taggedas election watchlist areas
BY JOEY A. GABIETA,Staff Writer 
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 JV thanks public for maintaining 5th spot in latest Pulse Asia Survey 
“Te sustained strong trustbeing given to me by Filipino voters inspires me to do moreor them,” said Ejercito Estra-da.Te San Juan solon has vowed to pursue measuresthat will ensure that economicgrowth rates being posted by the Philippines would trans-late into more decent jobs orFilipinos.Ejercito Estrada, son o or-mer President Joseph Estrada,is a consistent top perormerin pre-election surveys con-ducted by Pulse Asia and theSocial Weather Stations.
(PR)
Sonny Angaratells women:Know your rightsand exercisethem
news page 2news page 3
Chikay adjudged outstanding mu-nicipal councilor in PHL
Guiuan water dis-trict inauguratesexpansion project 
 
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they ll hal o third-levelpositions in the govern-ment; setting up in ev-ery barangay (village) a“violence against women’sdesk,” providing incentivesto parties with women’sagenda, and barring thederogatory portrayal o women in media and lm.Te Magna Carta alsoprovides that women inthe military service shouldnot be prevented rom per-orming combat duties andother sensitive military as-signments . It also directsthe military establishmentto open up all orms o training – even dangerousones – to women.According to Angara,even women in search o economic opportunitiesshould not be discriminat-ed against.As to education rightso women, the Magna Car-ta prohibits schools romdiscriminating against stu-dents or aculty memberswho get pregnant outsideo marriage . Te usualharsh penalty o expulsionmeted against students oraculty members who getpregnant outside o mar-riage is deemed illegal.On the other hand, thelaw’s health componenthas three signicant pro- visions, namely, womenshould be covered by acomprehensive and gen-der –sensitive health careprograms; the health pro-grams shall cover all stageso a woman’s lie cycle;and it shall cover all majorcauses o morbidity andmortality.
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ACLOBAN CIY- TeDepartment o the Inte-rior and Local Government(DILG) through the City Local Government Op-erations O ce (CLGOO)here encourages Lupongagapamayapa members totalk with the SangguniangBarangay (SB) regarding tothe increase o their hono-rarium.CLGOO O cer Atty.Darwin Bibar said that therequest o the Lupong aga-pamayapa regarding the in-crease o their honorariummay be ullled once they talk with the SB membersespecially to their barangay chairman who is also theLupon chairman.He also said that theiro ce has no authority overthe request o lupong taga-
tion that represents at leastnine decades o struggleor equality, justice, peaceand development.In the Philippines, theMagna Carta was signed in2009 to eliminate discrimi-nation against women by recognizing, protecting,ullling and promotingthe rights o Filipino wom-en in all spheres o society.Te measure was original-ly authored by Angara.Section 2 o the law a-rms the role o womenin nation building, andcommits the State to en-sure the substantive equal-ity o women and men,promote the empower-ment o women and pur-sue equal opportunities ormen and women as well asensure their equal access toresources and to develop-ment results and outcome.Angara admitted thatboth the government andthe private sector haveyet to ully implement theprovisions o the MagnaCarta.“When it comes to theMagna Carta, we have notully implemented its pro- visions like the provisionon equal representation orwomen in political parties.I don’t think that is beingollowed,” Angara said.“Ten, there is theequal representation inthe civil service, and thisinvolves millions o em-ployees. Tat, too, I think,is not being ollowed,” headded.Among the salient ea-tures o the Magna Cartaare increasing the numbero women personnel untilcelebrate the InternationalWomen’s Day (IWD) to-morrow, March 8.“Te myth o a weakergender should cease to ex-ist. It should be purgedrom the Filipino culture ,”he said.IWD is a global day o recognition at the UnitedNations when women onall continents, oen divid-ed by national boundariesand by ethnic, linguistic,cultural, economic and po-litical dierences, come to-gether to celebrate a tradi-Know your rights andexercise them.Tus said eam PNoy senatorial candidate Ed-gardo “Sonny” Angara to-day as he called on womenin the country to be vigi-lant in protecting theirrights under Republic Act9710, or the Magna Cartao Women, or this land-mark legislation to suc-ceed.Angara issued thestatement as millions o people around the worldare expected to gather to
Sonny Angara tells women: Know  your rights and exercise them
pamayapa membersbecause the increase o their honorarium de-pends upon the undsand approval o the SB.“Te Lupong aga-pamayapa in order orthem to avail o the increaseo honorarium must check rst i the Sangguniang Ba-rangay has a und which issu cient or the increaseo their honorarium,” Bibaradded.Bibar emphasized thatonce the SB approved theincrease o their honorari-um by way o a resolution,it is clear enough that they have a su cient und tocover the increase o the lu-pong tagapamayapa hono-rarium.On the other hand, theDILG-CLGOO will alwayssupport every step and de-cision o the sangguniangbarangay with regards tothe increase o honorariumo the Lupong agapamay-apa.
(RYAN GABRIEL L. AR-CENAS)
Lupon urged to talk with SBon und hike or honorarium
 
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ACLOBAN CIY -She may be a greenhornpolitician but she is mak-ing her grade, even at thenational level.Cheeryl Enrica“Chikay” Esperas, an in-cumbent town councilor o San Miguel here in Leyte,was adjudged among the
Counciklor Cheeryl “Chikay” Esperas receives her award fromthe Philippine Councilors League (PCL), Junior Chamber, Inc.
and the Office of Senator Edgardo Angara.
nalists in a search orthe country’s outstandingcouncilors in the munici-pal category.Esperas,34, is just onher rst term as a coun-cilor but became the rsto cial rom her town o San Miguel to be ever rec-ognized rst, as a regionalgrand winner as an outstanding council-or, and later, as a nalist in the nationallevel.“At rst, I did not mind about it be-cause I was so preoccupied with my ac-tivities in San Miguel doing my consulta-tions with the barangay people,”she saidwhen asked what was her reaction whenshe learned about the award she recievedrom the Philippine Councilors League(PCL), Junior Chamber,Inc. andthe o ce o Senator Edgardo An-gara.She only realized how “presti-gious” was the award bestowed onher when she received the glasstrophy during the awarding cer-emonies held at the Mall o Asia’sSMEX Convention Center lastMarch 7, this year.“It was only during this timethat it sank on me the importanceo the award which will serve as aninspiration or me to do more asan o cial o my hometown and tothe people o San Miguel,” Esperassaid.She also oered her award toher amily and her husband Engr.Victorio Esperas Jr. and daugtherAnnika Vicktoria and to o cialso Leyte, particularly ormer gov-ernor Jericho “Icot” Petilla.In 2012, Esperas, who is run-ning or mayor o her hometownin this year’s midterm elections,was adjudged as the region’s mostoutstanding concilor in the mu-nicipal catergory.Te town councilor said thather inclusion as among the nalistsin this year’s outstanding councilorso the Philippins could be attributedto the dierent programs that shespearheaded in her home town o San Miguel.Among the programs that she isproud to mention is the giving o slippers to day care pupils, dubbed as“tsinelas ni Chikay.”Under the program, all day carecenter pupils who managed to nishthe year recieved a pair o slipper.“It may sound so ordinary anact but or the pupils, it means a lot.Tey struggle to nish the year in thehope that they stand to recieve a slip-per rom their ate Chikay,” she said.She also gives medals to honorstudents in the elementary and highschool students in her home town.As a member o the town council,she also authored several ordinancesand resolutions geared toward thebetterment o her people.o date, she has sponsored morethan 20 ordinances and resolutionswhich include the local version o 
Chikay adjudged outstanding municipal councilor in PHL
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