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[VIDEO]: Imee Marcos: The Marcos family is grateful of the second chance.
Democracy Paves Way to the Second Chance
Senator Imee Marcos is grateful to the Filipinos for trusting them despite the black media propaganda against them for more than 30 years. Now, they have the opportunity to prove their detractors wrong. As Senator Migz Zubiri said; total democracy is happening in the Philippines when the people’s choice becomes the president shortly before BBM and Sara’s proclamation as President and Vice President respectively.
Good Legislative Connection
Senator Marcos admits that the 2016 election was traumatic for them. In fact, they suggested for BBM to run only for senator. But now, she’s the law maker. So, there’s a good legislative connection. A Marcos in Congress and of course President Bongbong Marcos in the executive level. Democracy wins when the majority president gets proclaimed.
Pray for PBBM
Meanwhile, President Marcos asks everyone to pray for him that he may do good as president. Because if the leader is successful, so does the country. Humility is really evident in the Marcos blood. The Philippines will be great again. Filipinos must be very proud of their new government.
[VIDEO]: Senator Imee Marcos shares the learnings from her mother.
Women’s Skills for Recovery
Senator Imee Marcos in conjunction with the women’s month, shares the learnings from her mother, Imelda Marcos for the recovery of the nation. Walk like a queen. Beauty, charms, and grace are weapons. So, dress to destroy. Also know when to play dumb which is very true.
Big Shots are Only People Too
It is a common mentality that popular people receive special treatments. When the truth is, everyone deserves respect. Therefore, as Filipinos work on the recovery of the nation, each and every citizen has a vital role to play.
Be Proud of your Origin
All problems will disappear when you start helping people. Looking at the projects of Imelda Marcos from hospitals to educational centers, they are really vital to the recovery of the country after the pandemic. It is just right to say that the best Filipino is a Filipina!
[VIDEO]: Sen. Imee Marcos questioned the estate tax issue against her family, saying it was part of efforts to discredit them ahead of the May polls.
Donate Estate Tax Calls
Presidential aspirants Manny Pacquioa, Isko Moreno, and Ping Lacson made the donate Marcos estate tax to the people call a very popular black media propaganda. Other senatorial wannabes also joined them – just to jump into the bandwagon. But to no avail. People knew that this has been on litigations for more than 30 years.
Imelda Marcos is Willing to Donate
The former First Lady Imelda Marcos even stresses to the Congress to pursue the last will and testament of her late husband, Ferdinand Marcos. She is willing to donate whatever is written on the said will not just to the country but to the world.
Senator Imee Marcos’ Observation
Senator Imee Marcos said that she deliberately asked her mother about the alleged demand letter allegedly sent but her response is negative. So, Mrs. Marcos instructed her lawyers to look into the issue. The timing can tell the intention of the media propaganda. It attempts to character assassinate BBM to deny him of the presidency.
[VIDEO]: Sen. Imee Marcos’ Take on Bataan Nuclear Power Plant
Senator Imee Marcos’ Claim
Senator Imee Marcos explains her claim on the Duterte administration’s 3 bills for the economy. This is in her capacity as the chair for economic development. Senate Bill 2094 seeks to amend some provisions to improve the delivery of basic services in the country. The Senator also said that the use of nuclear is now regulated. But there are Korean and Russian offers to revive the Bataan nuclear power plant. Although she is confident that the new technology allows the country to get a better renewable source of energy and internet.
Relaxed Laws on Foreign Investments
Senate Bill 1156 amends some provisions of the Foreign Investments Act of 1991. It considers e-commerce business entities as “domestic market enterprises” in particular. This means that those can now be fully owned by non-Filipino nationals with not much hassles.
Lower Paid Up Capital
Senate Bill 1840 seeks to amend the Retail Trade Liberalization Act of 2000 to lower required paid-up capital for foreign enterprises. Senator Imee claims that there’s a need to prevent red tape in this area.
Senator Imee Marcos, sister of the presumptive VP, Leni Robredo said that she is open to good ideas in the country’s current education system during the Coronavirus pandemic. She urges people not to politicize Robredo’s learning hubs. In fact, they also have learning centers in Ilocos Norte to aid families and teachers with the new digital method.
The senator calls on the government to allow blended learning in schools. This is to urgently address the growing number of mental illnesses among young people. The students need some social interaction with peers. The gap between the rich and the poor has also taken a toll among students. Limited blended learning in safer areas are necessary since there’s no evidence that Coronavirus infection is high in this cluster.
The Senator’s Stand on the Learning Policy
Marcos also clarifies that from the start, she is always against the closure of physical schools. The preventive measures in other countries for learning facilities are actually not as strict as in the Philippines. She points out that to restrict students from going to school will have more negative effects on children.
Senator Imee Marcos discusses PhilHealth issues with Erwin Tulfo over Radyo Pilipinas.
Senator Imee Marcos expresses her disgust over DOH Secretary Francisco Duque III’s admittance. He alleged that there might be a syndicate involved in the widespread corruption in the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth). Since he already knew about it, what has he done to stop it? The Senator asked.
The Godfather Accusation
Senator Marcos may not want to put this issue in addition to the President’s full plate. However, the records show that Duque has a strong influence on Philhealth’s organization structure. The fact that his friends and relatives compose most of the positions from the rank-in-file staff to the top management seems doubtful. She understands that changing the health chief during a pandemic is not ideal. Nevertheless, she senses a mafia-like scenario at Philhealth.
The health chief’s answer to Senator Marcos even made her suspicious. She asked during the senate hearing whether PhilHealth president and chief executive officer Ricardo Morales is involved in the said syndicate. Instead, Duque pointed out that Morales must deliver on his promised reforms after holding the position for two years. The latter has just resigned after the President’s call.
YouTube video by Kelvining’s Corner In reality, most teachers took education because it’s the cheapest degree. It’s not their first choice, according to Senator Imee Marcos.
Truth Hurts on Education
Passion is needed to be successful in any field. The Philippines’ education is not an exemption. This is seldom the case if the teaching profession is only an alternative choice for most of the country’s teachers. However, they are a few who display their life skills during the pandemic. One is a teacher who resorts to online selling to survive the crisis. Senator Marcos is right that it is hard to find a committed teacher but it doesn’t mean they don’t exist. However, these few educators often struggle to influence their peers. Let alone their superiors because of the current system. Flexibility is not an option.
The senator explains that life skills are essential in the development of children. Thinking, interacting, managing, and leadership enhancements are crucial for nurturing a dynamic workforce in the country. The system must equip the current teachers with the resources for them to serve as models to their students.
Bashing Imee Marcos
Some media that are in favor of the opposition can only interpret Marcos’ statements as blaming the teachers. Senator Marcos’ theories are not mere speculations but are the procedures of the current emerging digital industries. Without the capabilities that she mentioned, it would be impossible to innovate. Filipinos must adapt to the changes quickly because those who can’t be simply left behind.
YouTube video by Imee Marcos Sen. Imee Marcos attended the virtual hearing on Committee on Basic Education, Arts and Culture
No Quick Fix, Please
Senator Imee Marcos attends the virtual hearing by the Senate Committee on Basic Education, Arts, and Culture yesterday recently. It is to discuss the opening of classes for the school year 2020-21. She hopes that the new education system would be for the long haul and not just a quick fix.
Amending RA 7977 for the Long Haul
Senator Marcos clarifies to the officials of DepEd that the Senate is ready to amend the law. This is to defer the school opening. She reminds them that August is the start of the rainy season in the Philippines. The children’s safety is also the most important thing to consider during the pandemic. Will they be safe at school in August? Marcos also expresses apprehension that most school children might not be able to cope with online education. This is due to the lack of equipment and poor access to wifi.
The Internet Infrastructure is Not Ready
It is not certain yet that by August, the Department of Health can already assure the people that it is safe to hold classes at a social distancing arrangement. Therefore, online learning must be an alternative to the classroom session. However, the country’s internet infrastructure is not yet ready. In fact, most government websites crashed. These digital platforms are definitely not designed for millions of users, unlike Facebook. She strongly suggests coming up with a new system for the new normal and that is to speed up the digitization of the country’s education system.
YouTube video by Imee Marcos Working quarantine # 1
President Duterte Eyes Selling Govt. Properties
While on quarantine, Senator Imee Marcos worked on three bills for the March 23 filing at the Senate. This is to make all the President’s realignment of funds constitutional. Marcos stresses on her quarantine #1 video that the the Philippines can have almost 0% interest loans. The IMF and the World Bank loan are readily available credit facilities of the country for the welfare of humanity. In fact, the Aquino administration took advantage of it. Until now, the $500 million loan in 2015 during remains questionable.
Senator Imee Marcos Discloses World Bank as Credit Facility
The World Bank recently approves US$500 million in financing to help strengthen the Philippine government’s efforts to address disaster risks. This is essential to efficiently respond and recover from natural disasters. The financing also supports urgent needs that the COVID-19 crisis brings forth to the country. In her scrutinizing the laws while on quarantine, the Senator mentions that the Philippines also has provisions for calamity funds. Therefore, it creates an impression that aside from the economic loans at unbelievably almost nothing interest rate, the Philippine administration seems to be legible to get open loans that correspond to the statements of the late President Ferdinand Marcos. In fact, the first-year interest fee has been waived. The credit term for 29 years is also enough for the country to recover plus a 10-year and a half grace period. A credit facility that healthy can definitely aid the country to recover quickly.
$500-million Loan from the WB Credit Facility
President Rodrigo Duterte made it a point to be transparent when it comes to money matters. However, it seems hard for the media to get the exact figures on the interest rate, credit term, and the reasons why the country receives favorable arrangements from WB. It is a known fact that the Work Bank borrows money from the economy and lend them to 3rd world countries or nations in need at a higher rate. To have an almost 0% interest for the Philippines can only pinpoint to some reserves that remain a secret perhaps until COVID-19.
YouTube video by Imee Marcos Working quarantine # 1
President Duterte Eyes Selling Govt. Properties
While on quarantine, Senator Imee Marcos worked on three bills for the March 23 filing at the Senate. This is to make all the President’s realignment of funds constitutional. She stresses on her quarantine #1 video that the the Philippines can have almost 0% interest loans. The IMF or World Bank loans are the readily available sources. Senator Marcos knows this very well because of her father’s last will and testimony on the wealth for humanity. Others tag it as the Marcos gold.
The Wealth for Humanity is at the World Bank
The World Bank recently approves US$500 million in financing to help strengthen the Philippine government’s efforts to address disaster risks. This is essential to efficiently respond and recover from natural disasters. The financing also supports urgent needs that the COVID-19 crisis brings forth to the country. In her scrutinizing the laws while on quarantine, the Senator mentions that the Philippines also has provisions for calamity funds. Therefore, it creates an impression that aside from the economic loans at unbelievably almost nothing interest rate, the Philippine administration seems to be legible to get open loans that correspond to the statements of the late President Ferdinand Marcos on the wealth for humanity. In fact, the first-year interest fee has been waived. The credit term for 29 years is also enough for the country to recover plus a 10-year and a half grace period.
Transparent $500-million World Bank Loan
President Rodrigo Duterte made it a point to be transparent when it comes to money matters. However, it seems hard for the media to get the exact figures on the interest rate, credit term, and the reasons why the country receives favorable arrangements from WB. It is a known fact that the Work Bank borrows money from the economy and lend them to 3rd world countries or nations in need at a higher rate. To have an almost 0% interest for the Philippines can only pinpoint to the wealth for humanity that remains a secret perhaps until COVID-19.