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The Duterte Administration certainly has the character of honoring its word. Such is the opposite of the “broken promises” character of previous administrations. The current administration is also admired for its fast actions on the people’s concerns.

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Should the remains of former President Ferdinand E. Marcos be finally interred at the Libingan ng mga Bayani? This is an issue has divided Filipinos then. This issue is still dividing the Filipinos now.

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The stand of Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III against increasing the Value-Added Tax (VAT) rate from the current 12 percent to 14 percent is admirable not only because it is pro-consumers but also because it reflects the kind of government that we have now.

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The House of Representatives Secretariat was led by a truly a patriotic leader and exemplary public manager from February 2008 to July 2016. Atty. Marilyn B. Barua Yap, the first woman to be elected Secretary General of the House of Representatives in its more than 100 year-history is a walking, talking, and living definition of who a public manager-servant is.

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The war against the manufacture, trade and use of illegal drugs in the Philippines is not a war of the Duterte Administration. It is a war that the current Administration leads but should be every Filipino’s war.

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The thousands of illegal drug users and pushers who are “surrendering” to local authorities are more than enough proof that Filipinos know that the current Administration’s war against illegal drugs is real and that there seems to be no way to win against it.

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