Pimentel Eyes Federalism Information Drive Headlines
Senate president aquilino "koko" pimentel iii plans to pursue a massive information drive on federalism in response to the result of a recent pulse asia survey. Sen. grace poe has urged the senate to look into the government's information drive for the proposed shift to federalism after a video by presidential communications assistant secretary mocha uson. "it cannot be done by only the lower house," pimentel, a staunch advocate of federalism in the country, said. pimentel's son, sen. aquilino "koko" pimentel iii, and alvarez are ranking members of. President duterte himself would lead the start of the information drive on the proposed federal constitution, an official said. by ghio ong aquilino pimentel jr. there is no information yet on. In february 2018, under a new federalism forum, pimentel noted that new information have been funneled in regarding federalism in the philippines and the actual want and need of the people in a federal form of government. in the forum, he clarified and revised six points from his initial forum back in january 2017, namely:.
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Palace eyes ex chief justice, timetable for federalism. gerry lirio, abs cbn news. according to palace sources after senate president koko pimentel and speaker pantaleon alvarez dissuaded him from doing so. the ruling pdp laban has also conducted a parallel information drive on federalism. Senators push for an information drive on charter change amid the public's opposition to federalism. senate president aquilino pimentel "i find these survey numbers an eye opener to tweak. Pimentel, partido demokratiko pilipino–lakas ng bayan (pdp laban) president, admitted that he was wrong to think that the pcoo official could help in the information drive for the proposed shift. Andanar said that uson was never appointed to lead the federalism information drive. “asec mocha was not appointed by the pederalismo inter agency. it was [consultative commission] spokesperson ding generoso’s own volition,” he said. he added that he asked generoso to stop engaging with uson about federalism. With majority of filipinos opposing charter change (cha cha) and federalism, senators on wednesday saw the need for an intensified information drive as one even floated the idea of proposing.