Tag: Juan Miguel "Migz" F. Zubiri

Jinggoy to remain as senator despite bribery conviction – Zubiri

(GMA NEWS) Senator Jinggoy Estrada will remain a senator despite his bribery conviction in connection with the pork barrel scam, Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri said Friday. In a statement, Zubiri noted that there are still legal remedies that Estrada can use regarding his conviction by the Sandiganbayan 5th Division. “He has the right to…
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Jinggoy Estrada to remain senator until Sandigan ruling is final – Zubiri

(INQUIRER) MANILA, Philippines — Jinggoy Estrada will remain a senator until the Sandiganbayan Fifth Division’s ruling on his case becomes final, Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri said Friday. The anti-graft court cleared Estrada of plunder in connection with the pork barrel scam case but convicted him of one count of direct bribery and two counts…
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Mga senador kinondena ‘atake’ ng Chinese Coast Guard sa PH vessels

(JOURNAL NEWS) NAGKAKAISANG kinondena ng ilang senador ang atake kamakailan ng water cannon sa isang Philippine vessel ng mga dayuhang Chinese ships sa pagpalaot nito upang magdala ng supplies sa mga Pilipino fishermen malapit sa Bajo de Masinloc o mas kilala bilang Scarborough Shoal. Ayon kay Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri, ang ganitong pagpapakita ng tunay na…
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‘They have no heart’ – Senators slam China’s latest attack on PH vessels

(MANILA BULLETIN) AT A GLANCE Senate President Juan Miguel “Migz” Zubiri urged President Marcos to send the current Chinese ambassador home; Sen. Grace Poe deemed such intentional attack a violation of international law; Senators on Sunday, December 10 strongly condemned the latest water cannon attack of Chinese ships on a Philippine government vessel in the…
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Senators offended by DOT official for texting them to stop asking questions

(INQUIRER) MANILA, Philippines — Senators, who were up until the wee hours of Tuesday, were furious after a Department of Tourism (DOT) official told them to stop asking more questions to cut short the deliberation of the proposed 2024 budget of several agencies. Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri said that Cynthia Carrion, general manager of…
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Self-Reliant Defense Posture Revitalization Act, titiyak sa sapat na mga defense assets at hardware para sa bansa – Senador

(BOMBO RADYO) Umarangkada sa plenaryo ng Senado ang panukalang batas na naglalayong buhayin ang Self-Reliant Defense Posture (SRDP) program ng bansa. Inihayag ni Senador Jinggoy Estrada, nagsulong ng Senate Bill No. 2455 na kilala bilang SRDP Bill o Self-Reliant Defense Posture Revitalization Act, na ang panukala ay naglalayong tiyakin ang sapat na mga defense assets…
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PHOTO RELEASE: Jinggoy joins colleagues in airing frustration over China’s continuing bullying in WPS

Jinggoy joins colleagues in airing frustration over China’s continuing bullying in WPS: Senator Jinggoy Ejercito Estrada shares his colleagues’ frustrations in the relentless belligerence of the Chinese government against the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) vessels delivering supplies to military troops stationed on BRP Sierra Madre in Ayungin Shoal. “The Philippines has a continuing foreign policy…
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Manifestation on Senate President Zubiri’s Privilege Speech on the latest incident in the WPS

Mr. President, this representation as your Chairperson of the Senate Committee on National Defense and Security, Peace, Unification and Reconciliation, conducted a hearing this morning, on the proposed National Defense Act and the revitalization of the Self-Reliant Defense Posture (SRDP) Program – both of which are priority measures of the Department of National Defense (DND)…
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Tackle next steps in MUPs pension reform – Estrada

(BUSINESS MIRROR) SENATOR Jose Pimentel Ejercito Jr. is prodding the economic team of President Marcos and the Department of National Defense (DND) to discuss at length the next steps in reforming the pension system for military and uniformed personnel (MUP) of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), now the subject of several bills in…
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