Bongbong Marcos

ABS-CBN News – Marcos’s son goes to Oxford Brookes

By Gerry Lirio | ABS-CBN News

Bongbong Marcos with son, Joseph Simon.

Bongbong Marcos with son, Joseph Simon.

MANILA (UPDATED) – IT is probably the best birthday gift for Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, who will turn 57 today, Saturday. His second son, Joseph Simon, 18, has been accepted to Oxford Brookes University in England.

“I still can’t believe it,” Marcos told ABS-CBN News in an email message sent Friday night.

His son, 18-year-old Simon, will fly to London on Monday, Sept. 15, for his Oxford Brookes schooling. He will take up Business Management.

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Philippine National Police – Values formation sa mga pulis, iminungkahi ni Senador Bongbong Marcos

SPO1 Eric B. Fernandez | Official Homepage of the Philippine National Police

legal3dilgpnp1Iminungkahi ni Senador Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos na panahon na upang isulong ang values formation sa mga pulis para malaman ang kanilang pangunahing tungkulin na dapat unahin ang pagseserbisyo at ang kapakanan ng ating mamamayan, ito ang kanyang naging suhestiyon sa kabila ng mga isyung kinakaharap sa ngayon ng pambansang pulisya.

Panahon na rin aniya na dapat bigyan ng prayoridad ang mga pangunahing pangangailangan ng ating mga pulis gaya ng pagkain sa kanilang pamilya at ang pag-aaral ng kanilang mga anak upang mas lalo nilang magampanan ang kanilang responsibilidad at tungkulin sa ating bayan.

Aminado rin ang nasabing Senador na mahina at mababa ang ibinibigay na sahod sa mga pulis, dahilan upang humanap ng ibang pagkakakitaan ang mga ito na kung minsan ay humahantong pa sa hindi kanais-nais na paraan gaya ng kinakaharap sa ngayon ng mga ibang pulis.

Dapat ding paigtingin aniya ang “screening process” partikular sa mga gustong mag-apply o maging isang pulis, kung sila nga ba ay may dedikasyon at may malinis na pakay na maging isang alagad ng batas sa hinaharap.

Naniniwala din siya na kapag naresolba ang mga usaping ito ay muling mapapanumbalik ang kumpiyansa at pagtitiwala ng mamamayan sa ating kapulisan.

*Live phone patch report of SPO1 Eric B. Fernandez, PNP Correspondent, Office of the Spokesperson of the Chief PNP, Directorate for Operations aired over DWIZ 882 Khz AM (Pulis at your Serbis) @ 12:35 PM, Saturday / September 13, 2014 with Ms. Flory Gabitan as program anchor.  

InterAksyon – Marcos summons peacemakers for briefing on BBL

By Ernie Reyes | InterAksyon

InterAksyon_featured_imageMANILA, Philippines – Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., on Friday summoned the peacemakers from both sides of the fence to explain to the senators the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL).

Marcos, chair of the Senate Committee on Local Government, said a briefing to enlighten him and other senators on issues and circumstances concerning the BBL would be the proper prelude to the public hearings that will be held by his panel.

“I have scheduled the briefing for September 23 to give us senators, my committee, a chance to listen to the negotiating panels and those involved in the peace process about the BBL. This will, in a way, help us on how we will conduct the public hearings,” Marcos said.
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Walang Asenso Sa Trapiko

By Sen. Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. | Bulgar

BulgarTrapik na naman!

‘Yan ang madalas nating sambitin sa tuwing mabagal ang takbo ng ating byahe sa daan. Minsan nga usad pagong pa tayo at akala mo’y kasama tayo sa prusisyon sa tuwing papasok tayo sa opisina o eskuwela.

Parang wala na talaga tayong asenso pag-dating sa trapiko.

Tulad na lang noong August 13. Habang ako’y papauwi na mula sa Senado, naipit ako sa buhol-buhol na trapiko sa EDSA. Nung binuksan ko ang radyo, bumulaga sa akin ang balita na nadiskarel pala ang MRT train sa Pasay-Taft station.

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The Philippine Star – Senate panel to hold hearings on proposed BBL in Mindanao

By Marvin Sy | The Philippine Star

Featured-Image-Philippine-StarMANILA, Philippines – Senate committee on local government chairman Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will hold hearings in Mindanao to involve the various stakeholders in deliberations on the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law.

“We will give everybody a chance to study the proposed law so that we would know their respective positions,” he said.

The proposed law would ultimately affect residents of Mindanao, he added.

Marcos said that he will also listen to the opinions of people opposed to the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law, not just those of the proponents.
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People’s Journal – Marcos: Prioritize basic needs of PNP members

By Marlon Purificacion | People’s Journal

Featured-Image-Journal-OnlineSENATOR Bongbong Marcos sees the need to prioritize the basic needs of the members of the Philippine National Police (PNP) in order for them to focus on their duties and to prevent their involvement in crimes.

“Alam naman natin na mahina ang binibigay na sahod natin sa mga pulis. Nakikita natin ang kundisyon nila, ’yun ang unahin natin. Kung hindi nila kayang pakainin ang kanilang pamilya, kung hindi nila kaya pag-aralin ang kanilang mga anak, at hindi nila kayang bayaran ang mga pangangailangan nila sa kanilang buhay, maghahanap ng paraan ’yan para kumita,” Marcos said when asked about the recent spate of involvement of police officers in crimes.

The senator also suggested that value formation should be forged in the system again “para maliwanag naman sa kanila na ’yan ang kanilang trabaho… unahin nila ang pag-serbisyo at proteksyon sa mga tao,” he said.
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