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HAPPENING NOW: The Senate committee on finance hears the proposed 2021 budget of the Office of the Vice President. VP Leni Robredo is in attendance. | via @JCGotinga 

The Supreme Court, sitting as the PET, has required the Comelec and the Office of the Solicitor General to comment on pending issues in the election protest filed by defeated candidate Bongbong Marcos against VP Leni Robredo.

LOOK: leni robredo'>Vice President Leni Robredo visits the National Kidney and Transplant Institute, the third site of the Office of the Vice President's The Oasis Project. The project aims to provide temporary shelter to frontliners during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photos from Leni Robredo's FB

JUST IN: SC, sitting as Presidential Electoral Tribunal, orders Comelec, Office of Solicitor General to comment within 20 days on pending issues in Bongbong Marcos’ poll protest vs VP Leni Robredo. Parties given 15 days to comment on Comelec, OSG submission. | via @mikenavallo 

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READ: SC, sitting as Presidential Electoral Tribunal orders Comelec & OSG to comment w/in 20 days on pending issues in poll protest of ex-Sen. Bongbong Marcos vs VP Leni Robredo. | @T2TupasINQ 

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JUST IN: SC, sitting as Presidential Electoral Tribunal, orders Comelec, Office of the Solicitor General to comment within 20 days on pending issues in Bongbong Marcos’ poll protest vs VP Leni Robredo. Parties given 15 days to comment on Comelec, OSG submission. | @mikenavallo 

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leni robredo'>Vice President Leni Robredo, in a recorded speech earlier, expressed that the Filipinos must be in unity in order to win the fight against COVID-19.

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leni robredo'>Vice President Leni Robredo believes the Philippines is capable of beating the coronavirus pandemic like its Asia Pacific neighbors – if the government acts fast and anchors its response on data.

Vice President Leni Robredo said the Philippines can emulate the best practices of its Asia Pacific neighbors, suggesting 5 ways to help address the pandemic. READ:

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VP Leni Robredo visits the temporary housing site for medical frontliners at the NKTI in Quezon City. She thanks the military for helping them in the Oasis Project (📷:: OVP) | via @MB_RAntonio 

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VP Leni Robredo delivers her report and suggestions to improve the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic via a video message on Facebook. | via @maracepeda 

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Vice President Leni Robredo said President Rodrigo Duterte's government needs to accept the fact that even if they had imposed one of the longest lockdowns in the world, the Philippines still turned out to have the highest number of active COVID-19 cases in Southeast Asia.

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LOOK: The office of VP Leni Robredo and its Angat Buhay partners open a dormitory for health workers in Cubao. 📷 from Robredo's FB page

WATCH: leni robredo'>Vice President Leni Robredo delivers a message on the Philippines' Independence Day on Friday, June 12

VP Leni Robredo releases a copy of the 8-page letter she wrote to Pres Spox Harry Roque specifying her comprehensive suggestions on how the gov't can improve its COVID-19 response, including an online portal where public can monitor loans taken out by govt. | via @maracepeda 

The permanent shutter of ABS-CBN after the denial of its franchise is a threat to all critics of the government and it has a chilling effect to the news industry, says leni robredo'>Vice President Leni Robredo. READ MORE:

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When asked why the Philippines was performing poorly compared with neighboring countries in the ASEAN region in the fight against #COVID19 , leni robredo'>Vice President Leni Robredo said that government officials had been "complacent" and "did not act urgently" at the start of the outbreak.

leni robredo'>Vice President Leni Robredo has so far raised P36.2 million since her office launched its donation drive for the procurement of personal protective equipment (PPE) for medical frontliners.

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