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Cebu City University/general hospitals

  ACCORDING to The Japa­nese International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the population in Metro Manila will peak at 20 million by 2020. This is excluding the ex­pected entry of “informal settlers” into metropolis. The direct result of unmitigated urban migration from the provinces and population in­crease in highly urbanized cities, is that many of our public […]

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THERE is wisdom in the say­ing, “If it isn’t busted, why fix it?”

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No admission on EJK

THE “day-one critics” and po­litical adversaries of this presi­dency are on the offensive and almost festive over a recent presi­dential pronouncement relating to EJKs (extra-judicial killings).

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Presidential advice

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I RECALL one vignette my father (former Cebu governor, secretary of public works, transpor­tation and communication, and sen­ator Rene Espina) would relate re­garding cabinet meetings with then President Ferdinand Marcos.

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Bangsamoro Organic Law

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ONE question that continues to maintain currency in the scheduled Jan. 21, 2019 plebiscite for the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) under Republic Act 11054, was an answer made by former Assemblyman Homobono Adaza in my TV interview with him.

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N a local TV program here in Cebu under the Cebu Catholic Television Channel (CCTN), I had as guest Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Mar­cos. Discussion centered on sev­eral issues, e.g., rice shortage, etc. with the focus shifting to regional alliances of political parties.

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