'Ano pa ang hinihintay nila? Panibagong pandemya?' Former Vice President Jejomar Binay said this on Monday following a report that a total of P25.14 billion in calamity funds from the 2020 and 2021 national budgets remains unutilized as of March.
'TAKOT BA ANG GOBYERNO SA LIBRENG GULAY?' Former Vice President Jejomar Binay slammed the red-tagging of community pantry organizers as he wondered if the government is threatened by the distribution of free vegetables and other basic goods. Read:
Former Vice President Jejomar Binay blasted the government's alleged red-tagging of community pantry organizers, saying the pantries wouldn't be around had gov't aid been enough in the first place. RELATED STORY:
'BAYANIHAN ANG UMIIRAL, HINDI BANGAYAN' Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque disagreed that community pantries started popping up in various neighborhoods amid an “absent” government as claimed by former Vice President Jejomar Binay.
'WHEN THE GOVERNMENT IS ABSENT, WE CAN LOOK AFTER EACH OTHER' Former Vice president Jejomar Binay said community pantries started popping up in different neighborhoods due to the desire of Filipinos to look after one another amid an “absent” government.
‘GOVERNMENT IS WASTING MILLIONS’ Former Vice President Jejomar Binay reacted on the Manila Bay “white sand beach” rehabilitation saying the government has not only lost compassion and sense of priorities but also common sense. Read:
Former Vice President Jejomar Binay said there is "persecution of lawyers" happening under President Duterte. Binay compared the current administration to the Marcos era in light of the alarming increase in lawyer killings.
‘INSENSITIVE AND DEHUMANIZING’ This is how former Vice President Jejomar Binay described the news that more Filipino health workers will be deployed to UK and Germany in exchange for Covid-19 vaccines. Read:
Former Vice President Jejomar Binay says the DND’s decision to terminate the UP-DND Accord harks back to the period of dictatorship when the gov't conducted a witch hunt against student activists. Binay asks, will there be a witch hunt in the gov't too?
Former Vice President Jejomar Binay says the government should not equate the public's perception of Chinese COVID-19 vaccines with "colonial mentality or being choosy," and reminded that Filipinos only want the best option. RELATED STORY: