1. Select ONE issue confronting the PHILIPPINE ECONOMY today and provide the details. What can you say about it? Voice out your position, comments, suggestions, etc.


2. Yesterday, the House of Representatives approved a bill that will split the province of Camarines Sur into two provinces. The bill will then be submitted to the Senate for deliberations and would also vote. Assume that you are a resident of the Bicol Region, would you approve such proposal to create two provinces? Justify your position.


3. If President Aquino would appoint you today as the new Secretary of the Department of Justice, would you accept the appointment? Why or why not? 

55 comments:

Anonymous said...

BAGUIO RACHEL R.
BSCS-I
5110048
Aug.12,2011

Answers:

1.Paying big "TAXES" yet it seem that nothing has changed when you look around, the rich gets richer,the poor gets poorer.And even our country gets poorer, if you'll try to estimate and compute how much tax employees pay yearly,it could be billions or even trillions too.Minus the low salary given to the normal government employees,minus the small bugets given to each barangay and all others that need the national funds,i wonder now,where does most of the money go?To whose pockets?They always say they have small or no budget for this and that.Our country has trillions in debt and there's not much improvement you'll see around.


2.Yes.Because better divided into two provinces to become more beautiful and operation of a head guard thoroughly every citizen as well as the appreciation of natural resources.



3.I would rather not become a citizen simply because in politics has many grave tire.

Regine Daodoy said...

Daodoy,Regine T.
BSIT-1
ANSWERS:
1. The Philippine economy proved comparatively well-equipped to weather the recent global financial crisis in the short term, partly as a result of the efforts over the past few years to control the fiscal deficit, bring down debt ratios, and adopt internationally-accepted banking sector capital adequacy standards. My comments about that the Philippine banking sector which includes 80% of total financial system resources had limited direct exposure to distressed financial institutions overseas, while conservative regulatory policies, including the prohibition of investments in structured products, shielded the insurance sector.
2. For me, I think it's NO. Because i think the province of camarines sur will create a war to each other if they will separated,it can affect to our country and it is better for them to be contented in one province.
3. For me, I will not accept it because first of all,it is hard to be in that position and i know that being a secretary of the department of justice is a big responsibility to do. And last,i have no experience to do that and i don't want that position.

ivy roy paring said...

Ivy Roy Paring
BSIT-1
1.About the roll-back of oil prices,NCCP president Elvira Medina said apart from the steady trend of decreasing oil prices, there are other sufficient grounds to convince the LTFRB to impose a P0.50-rollback in minimum fare rates for jeepneys and P1 for buses.Because,If fare rates will go down, this will likewise bring down prices of basic goods and services. And at this time when classes are set to resume, a fare hike roll back will be a relief to commuters especially to students and their parents.

2.yes i approve that proposal,because it can not affect the economy of the philippines if the province of Camarines Sur is divided into two provinces because the camarines sur is the tourist spot of philippines like in boracay.
3.yes,i accept that because that oppurtunity is ones in a life time oppurtunity not other people can't experience that but in the other side it is a biggest task.

Villar, Jovelyn E. said...

Villar, Jovelyn E.
BSIT 1

1. "Low Funding for Education", this is one of the problems of our economy because we also know that education is important to our youts but it is also one of the reasons why many children are not able to study. the fund given by the President for Education is not enough. that's why some schools increase thier tuition fees,resulting to high population of out-of-school youths. if many could study, many could have better jobs then the better the economy would be.

2. If I were a citizen of the Bicol region, I would agree to split the province into two because Camarines Sur is such a big province that it would be better for it to be divided. It would be better for two mayors/ congressman to run the province. More focused government and all citizens would be served in a way that nobody would be ignored. For such a big province, it would be hard for a single mayor to run it. The province is known to be the largest province among all the six provinces in the Bicol region, so for a better government, I would agree to have it divide into two.
3. For me, it’s not yet now. I mean, I’m not yet ready to accept such a great responsibility. It is not because I cannot do it, but because I’m not yet ready. It would mean that I have to study more and focus more on public problems.

Roselle Jorge said...

Roselle Jorge
B.S.I.T-1

agencies: the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, Department of Finance, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Foreign Affairs, and the Department of Health, among 45 government offices and agencies.
The Ombudsman, the Sandiganbayan, the appeals and lower courts, the Philippine National Police and the Bureau of Customs received the lowest net satisfaction scores for their performance from July 2010 to June 2011.

1.) my stand on this issue. they don't have to expect, but they have to make it right, i mean inside the Malacañan all the people there should make the right thing, stop corruption..how sure they are? that this economy will perform better over the next 12months if today is still the same and didn't change anything, as what i notice now the poor is become more poor, and the rich people become between poor and rich.. how should we know if our economy will perform better if the others is corrupt.. Yes PNOY are not corrupt but the other yes, how did the respondents know that if they didn't see it?? noynoy should tried hard, let him know who's corrupt on the court.. and let other judge it. i think noynoy don't just focus on the economy,he must focus to the environment inside the Malacañan and others, to make the economy HIGH..

2.) no i don't approve that proposal, because not only one will run that provinces, but i think is not good for us and for them because some of the country will get confused, and some of mayor will sit on that provinces some of them will corrupt, corruption will increases, if two country will separated, like ampatuan, some of them will abused there positions. and i think it's not good for us. yes our foreign money will increase but, some of them will get confused, they can think that. is this the philippines?? why did they seperated it into two.. something like that..some of the bicol religion is happy because they have the tourist spot on there place, but now they will never be happy, because that two provinces will get notice but 1 of them will not, because when the representative approved it.. 1 of them will not be notice anymore..

3.) no because i can't handle it today because i'm still studying, and i don't have a plan to be a new secretary of the DOJ. for now i don't want to grab that opportunity, maybe someday if that possition can wait for me or for me. why should i grab that opportunity if i don't know how to manage it, or i don't know how to be DOJ. maybe someday if i finish my studies and i know how can manage it, of being a DOJ. but for now, my answer will be no..

Anonymous said...

legaspi,Beverly s.
BSCS-1
aug-15-11


1.Issue of 153 billion of US dollar 3.6 billion loss of an economy in philippines yearly because is a traffic particularly in metro manila.
For me, our problem in metro manila is over trafficking so our economy is loss.I say our country they don't have improvement because of this situation.
To our president,please do your responsibilities to our country on how to solve this problem.
To all traffic inforcer, do your work on how to avoid traffic here in metro manila and to all people have cars and motorcycle, follow the rule of the road.


2.For me, i am not approve to split the two provinces because if we can split this two provinces,it is also a bicol region so they don't have different.



3.Yes i accept because Pres. Aquino need a loyal,honest and excellent secretary of the department of justice.

marelou rosalena said...

Rosalena,Marelou
BSIT 1

1.I will not take advantage to the most popular or most talkable issue in our country today.I will take a look to the issue that being unnoticeable to our country,just like the POVERTY issue in our country nowadays.Many of the citizens in our country today is suffering that said issue of poverty.Usually they say that only the poor people or poor citizens in our country suffer most about this kind of issue,they suffer the crisis in our economy today.They become more poorer,lack of food to eat,and especially lack of education which is important to a progressive country.Eventhough our country cope up the economy increase in these year but still it is not enough for the Filipino citizens especially the to the people who suffer most.The administration of the President Aquino should also give importance to the people who are suffering the crisis now,and do what is better to our country.
2.For me its a NO,because if Camarines Sur will be divided into two province it will just create war or rivaltry in that said province.They should maintain what is inside in that province to maintain the peace and maintain also the natural resources that can be found in that province.Camarines Sur is one of the visited place in the Philippines becase of their well preserve and beautiful tourist spots.And it should be maintain what is that province look before also to maintain their good values to each other before and also to prevent misunderstanding.
3.Yes or why not,if opportunities knocks in my door,i think i should grab that chance because opportunity only come once in our /in your life,and we should not let that chance to passed,it will never come back again.And few are choosen to have that kind of proposal,it is once in a lifetime in our/in your life.

Anonymous said...

BAGUIO,LOVELIA MICHAEL L.
BSCS 1

1.One of the issues today about our economy is the "Job Mismatch",Data from the Philippines’ Department of Education (DepEd) and Commission on Higher Education (CheEd) showed that there are three million students who are graduating this year, some 500,000 are college graduates and barely half of the total graduates get jobs immediately after graduation.The apparent reason observed, is that college graduates’ skills do not match with the available job vacancies. The Philippine government Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) expressed concern that many of the graduates do not satisfy what the industry needs.
For me as a college student the problem,I will encounter it in the future,I have watch in the t.v that these problem has not been settled yet.Many people are needing jobs,they don't just need jobs, they need jobs that are appropriate to their skills,with the growing population it is needy to be resolved,the Government is making job fairs to some individuals needing jobs and also making jobs that are fit to someones course or skills, its a big help,i hope these would continue and there would be progress.

2.If I were a resident of Bicol region, I would agree with the proposal. As a Bicol resident if the Camarines Sur would be divided into two provinces, there will be two Mayors to govern each of the provinces and the place will be improved with their help, also the budget for each would be there, we'll have another province.I think changes are not really bad, maybe it can help too. I cant really relate with this,I'm not really a Bicolano but i think dividing Camarines Sur is not bad.

3.I will accept the appointment.Before ,I dream't to be a lawyer someday, if President Aquino would offer me such position it would be my pleasure and it would be an opportunity to serve my fellow Filipino people.As I said I wanted to be lawyer before,I will not of course I accept the position with just that reason ,I will accept the position for I know I can handle it. I want to be just and fair to serve my people, I want to show that justice still prevails and will always prevail in every situation, it might be hard but its worth to do the job especially it would be beneficiary to many.

issah said...

Angela Aubrey Pauline Issah D. Llanto
BEED-1

1.About the roll-back of oil prices,NCCP president Elvira Medina said apart from the steady trend of decreasing oil prices, there are other sufficient grounds to convince the LTFRB to impose a P0.50-rollback in minimum fare rates for jeepneys and P1 for buses.Because,If fare rates will go down, this will likewise bring down prices of basic goods and services. And at this time when classes are set to resume, a fare hike roll back will be a relief to commuters especially to students and their parents.

2.Yes.Because better divided into two provinces to become more beautiful and operation of a head guard thoroughly every citizen as well as the appreciation of natural resources.

3. I will not accept it because first of all,it is hard to be in that position and i know that being a secretary of the department of justice is a big responsibility to do. And last,i have no experience to do that and i don't want that position.

Anonymous said...

Angela De Asis
BEED-1
1.About the roll-back of oil prices,NCCP president Elvira Medina said apart from the steady trend of decreasing oil prices, there are other sufficient grounds to convince the LTFRB to impose a P0.50-rollback in minimum fare rates for jeepneys and P1 for buses.Because,If fare rates will go down, this will likewise bring down prices of basic goods and services. And at this time when classes are set to resume, a fare hike roll back will be a relief to commuters especially to students and their parents.
2.) no i don't approve that proposal, because not only one will run that provinces, but i think is not good for us and for them because some of the country will get confused, and some of mayor will sit on that provinces some of them will corrupt, corruption will increases, if two country will separated, like ampatuan, some of them will abused there positions. and i think it's not good for us. yes our foreign money will increase but, some of them will get confused, they can think that. is this the philippines?? why did they seperated it into two.. something like that..some of the bicol religion is happy because they have the tourist spot on there place, but now they will never be happy, because that two provinces will get notice but 1 of them will not, because when the representative approved it.. 1 of them will not be notice anymore..

3.) no because i can't handle it today because i'm still studying, and i don't have a plan to be a new secretary of the DOJ. for now i don't want to grab that opportunity, maybe someday if that possition can wait for me or for me. why should i grab that opportunity if i don't know how to manage it, or i don't know how to be DOJ. maybe someday if i finish my studies and i know how can manage it, of being a DOJ. but for now, my answer will be no..

Anonymous said...

1.i choose the 'low fund for education 'because for me this is the one big problem that our government need to solve .first of all,we all know that education is important to one person ..decreasing the fund for education is hard for all the teachers especially to all students,..maybe this is one reason why other school increase their tuition fees ,,because they want to make their classroom a comfortable room for every students they have ..so , me as a student , i hope that the fund for education would be increase by our president ...

2.For me NO . because ,, like other said maybe it may start of something that everybody doesn't want to happen.. example, rivalry .they dont need to split the said province into two , because there are many changes will happen .

3.no , because . i'm happy and contented to what i have .. and we all know that it is a hard position ..


lorielyn salaysay
BSBA
Anwer in assignment no.2

mary may espiritu said...

MARY MAY L ESPIRITU
1 BSIT

1.For me is the global crisis.The Philippine economy proved comparatively well-equipped to weather the recent global financial crisis in the short term, partly as a result of the efforts over the past few years to control the fiscal deficit, bring down debt ratios, and adopt internationally-accepted banking sector capital adequacy standards. The Philippine banking sector--which includes 80% of total financial system resources--had limited direct exposure to distressed financial institutions overseas, while conservative regulatory policies, including the prohibition of investments in structured products, shielded the insurance sector. Although direct exposure to problematic investments and financial institutions was limited, the impact of external shocks to long-term economic growth, poverty alleviation, employment, credit availability, and overall investment prospects remains a concern.

2.For me is no.Becasuse if camarines sur will divided into two.The people of that province will create a war..

3.For me is yes because opportunities knocks only oncer so i will grab lt....

Anonymous said...

MARCO PAULO LIM
BSCS II


1.I select a issue that Philippine Economy increase because of the Philippine Stock exchange.This is said that a currency exchange decrease in dollars so for this point i will say that Philippine has a stable in economy.But in exchange of that our beloved OFW(Overseas Filipino Workers)not happy or glad for this situation because the money that they give in there love one's has low in exchange so this is the bad effect of this.

2.I approve because for the good of the citizen in this province to explit in two.This particular issue that a leader to choose in this because he/she know to how to govern and priortize in his citizen or maybe to protect.

3.yes because maybe the president see me my asset and accountability to handle a equaility justice in every filipino

Anonymous said...

JOYCE R. MONSOD BSIT1

1.the state of our economy is unstable because of the outcome of the massive corruption in the previous administration .our country has still outstanding debts in would bank . many filipinos are still unemployed .many campanies closed because bankruptcy which is resulted to unployment for some. but i am thankful to god because he gave us a new president, president Benigno Aquino 3rd who hates corruption. dealing with corruption is not that easy but by god grace ,this problem will be dealt slowly.I suggest that the problem of craft and corruption should be dealt first in the grass roots like officers in barangays.

2.if i will be given a chance to vote regarding the bill of seperating camarines sur into two provinces,i will not approve such proposal for me .I would rather prefer camarines sur to remain undicided. changes result to adjustments. if it will be divided into two,more government employees will be needed and the government will have to pay more employees.dividing it into will also result to confusion for some. there will be changes in terms of name of the province and the scope of responsibilities for the government officials.

3.yes,because a chosen one it is an honor for me to be appointed by the president as the new secretary of the dept. of justice. I will accept the appointment because it goes to show that the president believes in my ability to be his secretary.many of us wants to be appointed in this position that is why i will not reject the opportunity given to me.It is a previlege to be the president's secretary.

Anonymous said...

DIONESO, SHYNE MAE QUISTO.
(1-BSIT)
AUGUST 18,2011 :-(


1.) Select ONE issue confronting the PHILIPPINE ECONOMY today and provide the details. What can you say about it? Voice out your position, comments, suggestions, etc.

AnsW3r :
Since the end of World War II, the Philippines has been on an unfortunate economic trajectory, going from one of the richest countries in Asia (following Japan) to one of the poorest. Growth after the war was rapid,
A severe recession from 1984 through 1985 saw the economy shrink by more than 10%, and political instability during the Corazon Aquino administration further dampened economic activity.

2.) Yesterday, the House of Representatives approved a bill that will split the province of Camarines Sur into two provinces. The bill will then be submitted to the Senate for deliberations and would also vote. Assume that you are a resident of the Bicol Region, would you approve such proposal to create two provinces? Justify your position.

AnSW3r :
maybe ,it kind of election and is often referred.It would be natural enough for such a region to be strongly defended.In most referendums it is sufficient for a measure to be approved this proposal.!!

3.) If President Aquino would appoint you today as the new Secretary of the Department of Justice, would you accept the appointment? Why or why not?

AnSW3r :
no . because i cannot handle this opportunity.. i don't know how to manage that business..from now i dont know how to conquer all department ..!! im also studying !!

Anonymous said...

grace mahilum l.
BSA 3RDYR.

1. About the typhoon last few months, typhoon is the one problem of our country and our economy, they gives a big problem for those people who takes the flash plod especially in all provinces, it affects in our economy because the fruits, vegetable were all damages, that's why they affect in our economy because people will getting a panic buying and it is the recent the financial crisis in the short term.
2. if I'm the one of residence of bi col region i think it could be start for a war, to those other residence that they can't agree. that's why my answer is no.
3. why not, if he needs me, i can grab it because those position is the one of my ambition, and I'm willing to give my loyalty for him, and i thought the secretary is the one of the hard work. and you have more obligations, but if i were I'm willing, and i will grab the opportunity.

Anonymous said...

Batilo,james albert D.
BSIT-1

my issue is all about the unemployment of many filipino in the philippines because the reason is the Philippines is the unavailability of jobs provided. With a growing population of about a 8 million, millions needed jobs and only few can sure provide one. The lack of investors and businesses that could provide good jobs for the Filipino people is one key factor in the growing unemployment in the Philippines.
But probably, one cause of unemployment in the Philippines may be lack of education. With the increasing demands of the fast developing world, it is really hard to find jobs when you are not a graduate of a particular skill or course. Though the Philippines is a literate country, its not enough to be able to reach the qualifications of most in-demand jobs because even mere sales ladies nowadays are required to have at least 1-2 years in college. We are facing a competitive world and its a must to reach the norms of development. Thus, a high educational attainment, which most Filipinos lack, is one way to uplift the unemployment rate of the country.


2.NO,because Camarines Sur is one of the province that Phillipines makes proud because of their tourist spots like bagasbas beach if this province split in to two its makes the citizen of camarines sur will be disappoint..on what did the senate makes the approval in this bill...

3.NO,because do not have proper knowledge in being Secretary of Justice ...
And if I ever will designate perhaps consult me on lifting just me..

Anonymous said...

BASTANTE, JEDAHLYN
1V-BSHRM

1.Import-Export Imbalance
This is a problem long time ago the imbalance of import-export products due to the industrialized neighboring countries, Philippine has nothing to do to compete them because of their low cost labors and raw materials. Agricultural products and aqua cultured products are the possible advantages of Philippine in terms export because of the country's vast water premises. also human resource for foreign employment.
What we need is control the importation and only import product that is really necessary and products that we do not have.
Exportation is one of the key in helping our economy and we must export all Philippine products and we need to make changes on the rate charges to invite more Philippine exporter and business owner to do export business.


2.If i was one of the people living in the province of Camarines Sur, i will not agree to split the province into two. This plan will cause a great cost and may trigger disagreement and conflict between the residence of the provunce.


3. If i will be given an opportunity to be a secretary of justice, i will refuse. I believe that high power affiliates high responsibilities.The responsibility and expectation are too high. i have no enough knowledge and experience to fulfill the position. Aside from that, i see politics as a messy and complex environment with the culture crab mentality.

Anonymous said...

Ricky M. Bote
BSIT
4110019


CORRUPTION!

1.I may not know about the corruption but i collect a little hint and thought about this big issue confronting the Philippine economy today, because when the government is got a corruption the Philippine economy is going poorer,and until now the corruption in the Philippines will not stop, and until now many poor Filipinos thirst for good life, due to corruption in government. So he/she develop those who commit sin as the hold-up and robbed because they have no job and no money to offer to their families, I remember when President Aquino said "Kung Walang kurrap walang mahirap" but why until now Many Filipinos thirst for comfort.

2.I will not accept the proposal Because the kamarines sur area is quiet and peace, so if you are more likely to develop two provinces kamarines Sur, in my opinion will only controversy and war to their place.

3.I will not accept the opportunity offered to me by President Aquino because iwant to study well and help my parents first. and if president aquino is giving me chance to finished my study, I will accept his offer to become the secretary of department of justice.

Anonymous said...

Nartea, Daniel C.
BS-IT II



1.) I’ll choose the Dollar exchange rate. Why? It is because there are many Filipino people are working abroad as OFW’s. They are helping the economy of our country to bloom. But, is a stronger peso good for the economy? This is one controversial question that does not have a ready textbook answer. While important commodities like oil and heavy machineries are imported favoring a stronger peso, electronic and garment manufacturers, together with overseas contract workers, would vote for a depreciated peso. Sadly, a country cannot have two exchange rates at the same time. Market forces would eventually settle for one price. But despite the peso’s recent appreciation to its highest against the dollar in three years, the local currency remains at a “tolerable” level that won’t substantially disrupt the economy as Mr. President said.

2.) Maybe in some other reasons I will. But before they decided to approve the proposal that the province of Camarines Sur will be divided into two, they should ask first the people lives there or have a survey. And I think it will also affect the governance in their region.



3.) For me, I won’t accept it. Why? Not beacuase I can’t but, it’s very difficult to be the Secretary of the Department of Justice. And it has a long process to be elected as the secretary.

Anonymous said...

Bernabe, Romnick D.

1) Import-Export Imbalance: Among the many economic problems faced by the Philippines, one is the imbalance of imports and exports. The negative trade is heavy and only counterbalanced by the service account surplus. Over the last two decades, Philippine exports have shifted from commodity-based products to manufactured goods. However, in the midst of the current global economic recession, the exports of electronics, garments and textiles are yet to reach a level of import neutralization.

2)I am not agree, because for me it will leave a conflict between those people who handle or will handle that provinces.

3)I will not accept his appointment, because i know it is very difficult to handle. Now i'm just a first year maybe after I graduated I will try my best and do everything to it .

cora_dolorzo@yahoo.com said...

Dolorzo, Cora E.
BSE - 2



1. " Strong Philippine currency: its effect "
The strong currency (Peso) retroactive affects the different sectors of our economy. Its implications literally has a positive and negative outcomes, this includes:
( Positive effects )
* Decrease on the value of our foreign debts.
* Increase the credit rating of the Philippines.
* Decrease the price of imported goods (eg. oil products) and foreign services.
* Create job opportunities to industries who venture on importing business.
( Negative effects )
* Decrease the value of OFW remittances likewise decrease the consumption of its benefactors.
* Could cause massive lay out or retrenchment to our Filipino overseas more particular in the United States.
* Could cause massive lay out or retrenchment to domestic laborers who are engage on exporting business.
* Stock Exchange becomes unstable and discourages foreign loans.


2. No, the proposal to split the Province of Camarines Sur, could cause impartiality on the local Government particularly on the political undertaking which undermines the area of jurisdiction, cultural heritage of the Province and the financial capacity to sustain growth and development of its cities and municipalities. The Provincial Government must focus and take advantage of the booming Eco tourism of the Camarines Sur and therefore up lift and develop the low earning municipalities.


3. Yes, assuming that I'm capable for the qualification as a Justice Secretary, the appointment bestowed upon me by the President creates a challenge on my part, since there are controversies that construe on the judicial system of the Philippines. Basically the priorities to run against those corrupt officials in the Government sector will be given emphasis. A judiciary that is firm independent and non politically motivating system shall be impose to win the fate of the Filipino people. My position direct the authorities for a better policing system induce the judicial system to work hand in hand in order to give justice to victim of criminality and civil offenses.

Anonymous said...

leonard D. cardenas
bscs1

1.for me its low of bugdet in education because the number of student in one classroom is 75 or above because of no classroom gradually buildand should also increase teacher

2.for me not knowing that the Bicol is only one so why should you divide it.

3.why not beautiful because I give my position as president

Anonymous said...

Perez,Allan T.
BSCS

1.Select ONE issue confronting the PHILIPPINE ECONOMY today and provide the details. What can you say about it? Voice out your position, comments, suggestions, etc.

Answer:

Questions on the fairness of our tax system are both valid and important, however, and they deserve serious attention. How much of the nation’s tax burden should be borne by the wealthy? How much disparity should exist between the rich and the rest of society? If there is great disparity, is this proof that the wealthy aren’t paying their fair share of the nation’s taxes? If too much disparity exists, are higher taxes on the wealthy a good solution?

2. Yesterday, the House of Representatives approved a bill that will split the province of Camarines Sur into two provinces. The bill will then be submitted to the Senate for deliberations and would also vote. Assume that you are a resident of the Bicol Region, would you approve such proposal to create two provinces? Justify your position.

Answer:

If i was one of the people living in the province of Camarines Sur, i will not agree to split the province into two. This plan will cause a great cost and may trigger disagreement and conflict between the residence of the provunce.


3. If President Aquino would appoint you today as the new Secretary of the Department of Justice, would you accept the appointment? Why or why not?

Answer:

Im will not Accept because because they have no job and no money to offer to their families, but why until now Many Filipinos thirst for comfort.

Anonymous said...

analyn gabinete
bse-1 /5110049


1.)for me the isseus of the pilippines economy is many corruption this is the effect of economy because sometimes is always changing low and high economy about this global crisis the pilippines is so very poor because of corruption
of the government. and also cannot solve our problem because of high peso and high investment and all price of product are so high income of economy
of the pilippines.



2.)for me i cannot decide to approve the proposal that the province of camarines sur i cannot divide into two province because this a part of territory of camarines sur.


3.)for me i cannot accept the apportunity of my president as a secretary of department of justice because so very difficult thing for me.




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chamaecomandante@yahoo.com said...

1.I choose population because the population growth are inversely affect by the economy of the nation or of a family. The low of economic level of the Philippines is the major caused of accelerated of population in the country rather than the population as a major cause of poverty in the country.The low of economy in our country is the reason why the population explosion in the
Philippines happen.
2 For me i would say no because it is not easy that the Camarines Sur divided into two provinces and it can create war for those people who did not agree.
3.For me,I would say yes if the president appoint me as the new secretary because it is and better opportunity for me to have a
good work.

Anonymous said...

OPLIDA, JASSMEN JEAN E.
BS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
4110002


1. The issue that i've selected is the oil economy of the philippines, the philippines has been growing up because of the researchers that are searching for fuel, if they succeed the philippine economy will grow up.

2. No, because the whole province of camarines has been divided into 2 provinces. It will be useless if we will divide the camarines sur.

3. No, because personally speaking, i can't handle all the situations that are happening in the DOJ, they are so many anomalies in different government sectors that are investigated by the DOJ and ombudsman so that i will not accept the offer by the president.

Anonymous said...

VERZOSA, RIOBELEN D.
I-BSIT


1.The Philippine economy is projected to post a 6.8 percent growth in 2010 and a medium-term path of 5 to 5.4 percent in 2011 and 2012 grounded in remittance-supported household spending and further government support for infrastructure development.In its latest Global Economic Prospects (GEP) 2011, the World Bank (WB) noted that economies of East Asia including the Philippines are poised to continue enjoying further years of solid growth albeit at a moderate pace as the world economy moves from a post-crisis bounce-back phase toward slower, but still steady growth this year.The report said that the overseas Filipino worker (OFW) remittances estimated to reach US$21.3 billion in 2010 will continue to play a critical role.

2.No.I wont approve such proposal because it would only make many changes and differences in the stated province and lots of people living there will make a new adjustments which is hard because they used to know camarines sur as one.

3.I will accept the appointment because it is a good opportunity for me to show the "real" justice that our country posses and i will make sure that no one will feel the injustice the citizen seldom feel especially the poors.

Anonymous said...

ERLANO, JOMVIE T
BSIT


1.POVERTY!
The Philippines have been suffering from poverty problem and it continues to exist until today. There have been a lot of alleviation programs introduced by the government but the dilemma keeps on emerging. The problem on poverty has been blame to lack of political will of those officials running the government office in uplifting the people's lives from financial scarcity. Some have pinpointed it to lack of business investors from both local and foreign capitalists. While other says that it is due to rampant criminality that happened everyday in the different parts of the country. Many utters that Filipinos are lazy and lacks the required education and if educated the course being taken are not appropriate to jobs available in the market. POverty is really a big problem to the phillipines, i don't know how to react on that, i don't know how to have a solution on that, i think that government should focus on that and it will be a scrutiny of the politicians.

2. unfortunately i would rather say YES! on some way, if can build a new province, new political officials. more jobs, more manageable territory, and if NOT! there no reason for me to agree with the bill,


3. if our president mr. Aquino do that, i'am feel so glad, becaause it meanss our president have a trust in me in promoting and to have a just and humane society. but i will not accept that, to be in a position of a student like me who doesn't have any powerful voice and experience in politics specially in justifying or in the DOJ, it is very hard to be in that position, the burden of a losing client will be on you, being in the position of the sec of DOJ is a powerful thing specilly inside the courth. and i assume that being a secretary of the department of justice is a big stuff. And i've never dream of that, being a DOJ secretary.

Anonymous said...

Bernabe, Romnick D.
BSIT-I

1) Import-Export Imbalance: Among the many economic problems faced by the Philippines, one is the imbalance of imports and exports. The negative trade is heavy and only counterbalanced by the service account surplus. Over the last two decades, Philippine exports have shifted from commodity-based products to manufactured goods. However, in the midst of the current global economic recession, the exports of electronics, garments and textiles are yet to reach a level of import neutralization.

2)I am not agree, because for me it will leave a conflict between those people who handle or will handle that provinces.

3)I will not accept his appointment, because i know it is very difficult to handle. Now i'm just a first year maybe after I graduated I will try my best and do everything to it .

Anonymous said...

Lacanlale, Arman A.
BSIT - 1

1.One issue confronting the philippine economic today is the imbalance of import and export. which is heavy and only counterbalance. my suggestion is we have to lessen the product that we import and add the product that we export.

2. yes, because camarines sur was a big province and we see that there's nothing bad effect to the development of the philippine. But if there's bad effect I will be the one of the resident who will oppose to them.

3. yes I would accept, because the president would not appoint me if he didn't see some ability to manage it

Anonymous said...

AFAN,JOHN HENRY S.
II-BSIT
4110212
1.Many have provided solutions to the problem: the government promotes the use of the more effective contraceptives while the Church disagrees and encourages natural contraception. I believe that the approach to the problem is incorrect. Population control may still be decades away from being effective, and what we could do today is to manage with the population we have. High population densities in certain areas lead to increased waste production and scarce resources. If only the disparity between the wealth and the poor be remedied by equal distribution of wealth. It is not anymore a question of quantity of the population, but a question of quality.

2.For me i will not accept it because their fund for camarines sur will be divided and there will be another election.That would be a waste of time and i know that their agenda was to have a position and gain profit for it.

3.No,becaause being a DOJ secretary is not an easy thing and sometimes you will receive death threat for your decision and a long thinking for the case you'll be judging.

Anonymous said...

Meriam Ogatis
BSIT-1

1. One of the issues confronting the Philippines Economy today is the "Ouality Education" I choose this issue because every year there are lots of graduates and even professionals that until right now they still don't have a job because they can't pass the qualifications that the employers are looking at.According to UNESCO and the United Nations Human Development Programme, the ratio of the number of children of official secondary school age enrolled in school to the number of children of official secondary school age in the population (referred to as the enrollment ratio) is higher in developed nations than it is in developing ones.
Education Provides Country Advantage
Globalization and international trade requires countries and their economies to compete with each other. Countries that are economically successful will hold competitive and comparative strengths compared to other economies. This means that the country's economy will be made of various industries that will have different advantages and disadvantages in the global marketplace. The education and training of a country's workers is a major factor in determining just how well the country's economy will do.In general, better trained and better educated workers earn more money than other workers with poorer training and education. This is because both training and education tend to improve the a worker's productivity.A country's economy becomes more productive as the proportion of educated workers increases, since educated workers are able to more efficiently carry out tasks that require literacy and critical thinking. Better-educated workers tend to be more productive than less educated ones; however, obtaining a higher level of education also carries a cost. A country doesn't have to provide an extensive network of colleges or universities in order to benefit from education; it can provide basic literacy programs and still see economic improvements. Therefore, Quality Education is the answer of all the issues that our country is suffering right now.

2. No, because Camarines Sur is already part of Bicol region ever since. And I don't see any reason why the house of Representative need to divide Bicol into two provinces. What are their basis of doing this?

3. If President Aquino would appoint me today as the new Secretary of the Department of Justice I will Not accept the said position because honestly speaking you cannot give what you don't have. Being a secretary is big responsibility.As a matter of fact, I don't have any experience working in a political world.

Anonymous said...

ROSECHELL MATA
BSIT-1

ANSWERS:
1.Philippine economy is now improving under the new government of President Aquino simply because of some persons that the President was appointed in the case of appointment of Mr. Alvarez of bureau of customs. Mr. Alvarez did it very well in handling the customs,he surpassed his predicessors in terms of collection.
2.I am against to the proposal to divide the province.Dividing Camarines province is just an idea of all of the crooked politician there's no need to divide the province,it is just an ideal of that politician for their own self interest.
3.Yes,why?
Because i want this country to have a good government and to help President Aquino to lead this country to become a country that can be proud of.

Anonymous said...

ELVYRA GARMA
BSHRM

1.ELVYRA GARMA
BSHRM

1. MANILA, Aug.6 (PNA) The Philippine economy is likely to grow over five percent in the second quarter of the year mostly boosted by strong mining, construction and business process outsourcing (BPO) sector, according to a market report.

"Mining, construction, BPO, agriculture, and manufactured exports are likely to provide significant boost to the economy as to bring it back to above six percent GDP growth path," First Metro Investment Corp. (FMIC) and University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) said in its latest research note.

2.if im the president of bicol region i will say NO because why should it be split into two provinces when only one person can control the whole bicol region. it can cause a war with two region.

3.No because i can't handle it .. it is a good opportunity but it cause to me a big problem because i dont know how to to contro the temper of the people that i handle.

Anonymous said...

1.In the first quarter, the economy, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP), grew by 4.9 percent and 7.9 percent in the second quarter of last year.GDP refers to the total value of goods and services produced in a country.The NSCB earlier said the growth in the first quarter was driven by the industry and agriculture sectors as well as household spending, while government spending went down.Under the Philippine Development Plan for 2011 to 2016, the government aims to grow by seven to eight percent and generate an average of one million new jobs annually and these will be found primarily in industry and services sectors.FMIC-UA&P said inflation will remain relatively calm in third quarter on the back of stable rice and food prices, lower electricity rates and fairly flat crude oil prices, even though it may rise slightly due to base effects.


2.IS IT OK FOR ME to make two provinces in cam sur because it is any way a big province.
and the cam sur might be more develope.


3.if MR.president will appoint me as the new secretary of the department of justice i will not accept it because it is a big responsibility. i can't handle those things. specially now there is a lot of issues that DOJ need to face.

Anonymous said...

ARABEL MAY RAZAL
BSHRM-3

1.In the first quarter, the economy, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP), grew by 4.9 percent and 7.9 percent in the second quarter of last year.GDP refers to the total value of goods and services produced in a country.The NSCB earlier said the growth in the first quarter was driven by the industry and agriculture sectors as well as household spending, while government spending went down.Under the Philippine Development Plan for 2011 to 2016, the government aims to grow by seven to eight percent and generate an average of one million new jobs annually and these will be found primarily in industry and services sectors.FMIC-UA&P said inflation will remain relatively calm in third quarter on the back of stable rice and food prices, lower electricity rates and fairly flat crude oil prices, even though it may rise slightly due to base effects.With inflation fairly muted and the economy still on the recovery mode, it is unlikely that BSP will increase policy rates in the third quarter,although another small rise in reserve requirement cannot be discounted," FMIC-UA&P said.While exports unexpectedly went down, FMIC-UA&P said it is still likely to expand by double-digits growth in the coming months due to the torrid growth pace of China which posted a 9.2 percent GDP growth in the second quarter of the year.OFW remittances are likely to accelerate slightly in the second half to above seven-percent growth, but the positive impact on the economy is likely to be blunted by the peso appreciation.


2.yes i will agree if the camarines sur will be divide in to two provinces. so that the camarines sur will be more developed. and camirines sur is a big province.

3.IF MR. president will appoint me as the new secretary of the department of justice today. i will not accept it because it is a big responsibility to handle specially now that the DOJ have so much issues to be handle and face.

Anonymous said...

1. Benham Rise, also known as Benham Plateau, is a 13-million hectare undersea region east of Luzon, off the provinces of Isabela and Aurora. It is bounded by the West Philippine Basin to the north and east.

2.NO because there same a province why segregated

3.I would rather not become a citizen simply because in politics has many grave tire.

james van arvin escleo
bsIT-1

Anonymous said...

DE GUIA MARICEL S.
BSHRM 2


1Import-Export Imbalance
WE need is control the importation and only import product that is really necessary and products that we do not have.
Exportation is one of the key in helping our economy and we must export all Philippine products and we need to make changes on the rate charges to invite more Philippine exporter and business owner to do export business.
2.No.I wont approve such proposal bec. the whole province of camarines has been divided into 2 provinces. It will be useless if we will divide the camarines sur. ...
3.yes, I will accept it...bec. its an opportunity that will happen once in my life time...and also i want to help my country.

Anonymous said...

Mesana, Angelo D.
BSIT-1

1.I choose a population in our country today, because in the philippines there are more than 91 million in this year what if in the next year so we should be able to look for the answer for it, and our government cannot handle and produce an budget for us because we are over populated in the philippines, and the government should have a time for the poor people to how to prevent or control the population in our country.

2.I said yes, Why? because the Camarines Sur is so big province if theres is only one mayor the provice he/she cannot handle it because it is very big province and he/she cannot supply the farrest street in camarines sur and cannot be monitor properly

3.For me No, because I'm not yet ready for that kind of position and I have a lot things to do and i want to graduate first before that king of proposal for me.

Anonymous said...

Santos,Mark Jenuel R. BSIT

1.The Moro Islamic Liberation Front will not let go of mineral-rich ancestral lands in Mindanao, particularly an expanse known as the Liguasan Marsh, because the area is "a legacy from our forefathers" and that the Bangsamoro people would not part with their lands in the marsh, according to a sensitive but unclassified cable message of the United States' Manila Embassy to Washington D.C..For me the Americans are lying.I think that Mindanao are rich in oil and gas. And the Americans want to get it because for them to use it.

2.I am for the creation of two provinces in Camarines Sur because if its geographical condition.The province is so big that it would be hard for one leader, which is The Governor, To look after the welfare of all his constituents although there are Mayors for each city or municipality, let us accept the truth that politicians are concern only to those leaders who are under their political parties.

3.Assuming that I am qualified to the position, I will not accept it because the position is too complicated and life threatening. I would rather have my own law office and give justice ti the oppressed, maltreated or abused.

Anonymous said...

Miranda,Shelly Pauline J
BSIT - I

1. Unemployment issues , The more probable cause of unemployment in the Philippines is the unavailability of jobs provided. With a growing population of about a 8 million, millions needed jobs and only few can sure provide one. The lack of investors and businesses that could provide good jobs for the Filipino people is one key factor in the growing unemployment in the Philippines.one cause of unemployment in the Philippines may be lack of education. With the increasing demands of the fast developing world, it is really hard to find jobs when you are not a graduate of a particular skill or course. Though the Philippines is a literate country, its not enough to be able to reach the qualifications of most in-demand jobs because even mere sales ladies nowadays are required to have at least 1-2 years in college. We are facing a competitive world and its a must to reach the norms of development. Thus, a high educational attainment, which most Filipinos lack, is one way to uplift the unemployment rate of the country.

2. no , because im sure that many people confused especially the people who will be visit in our country and maybe they ask his/her self that why did the house of representetives approved that.

3. no , because i can't handle that . and im not yet ready to become secretary .

Anonymous said...

FERDANDEZ, KIMBERLY
BSIT - I





1. One issue that I don't agree with is about the education in the Philippines. Because The educational funds is still not enough to fulfill the deficiency of the budget . For me as a student Pres.Ninoy Aquino is the worst president when it comes to education . The president removed the Corrupt and other problems of the Philippines but the Education have become worst . He should give attention to education because that will come up to the Philippines .


2. NO ,
Because it will just make Issue's when it comes to budget . And the budget in the Philippines will just increase . That's why I don't agree with that .


3. I will not accept it . Because I'm still studying and I'm so Far away from that . I don't know how to rule or to handle that kind of position . And I don't know how and when to start .

Anonymous said...

JULIE P. MACASA
BSCS II

PHILIPPINE GOVRENMENT AND CONSTITUTION

1.President Noynoy Aqiuno stated inm his SONA that poverty rate decreased under a year of leading the country. Poverty had been a major problem in our country. It is becuase of Filipinos lack dicipline in most of the aspects that covers the law. Gvernment do make progress and find ways to make change but the people are the real problem.
An example of this,is the increase of population. If we, the Filipinos,have more dicipline in ourselves,it would be easier to make a living for a small family. Another problem is EDUCATION,our country; quality of eduction is less competative,thus, Filipinos are forced to study with vocational course.
I know that our country's development will surely start in ourselves.

2..Base on my opinion,probably im gonna say yes...much better. Why,? So that they can manage will there government, they can make there province peacefull,happy, with good communication to each other for those who are recideng at that province. Besides, Bicol is a big place also,so, its not easy of them to handle and manage a big area.

3.As of now, absolutely NO.I will not grab that opportunity,becuase we know that being a secretary, that is one of a most difficult work. And besides, i cant handle that,because I dont have time yet...I will finished first my studying.

Anonymous said...

Riza N. Hernia
BSIT
Friday (7:00-10:00)

1) i choose the issue about the oil in the underground sea levels between the Region of Isabella and Aurora. I choose this because this is have a good profit in the Philippines. Because our oil have a high price, more drivers and commuters complaint about the high price of our gasoline and oil because we buy our oil in other country but if our government give a time and attention about this issue maybe the price of our gasoline and oil is going low because our country buy a supply of oil in others and maybe Philippines sell our oil to other country.

2) I don't agree in this bill because if the province of Camarines Sur is to divide, the shape of the Philippines is broken. And if the resident of Bicol goes there we need to have a passport. our Regions is already arrange, don't move it.

3) I accept it because in our country plenty of innocent people are suffering the difficulty of others. I want to help them, the people that suffering this situation. I think our country have no equal value between poor and rich people. And if our President appoints me to become a secretary of the Department of Justice I build a good discipline and have a well-arranged country.

Anonymous said...

Liezel Orogo
BSIT-1

1)Poverty,this is one issue on our economy because many of us don't have a job that's why some of us still suffering this issue.

2)No,because i think the unity can maintain easily if their is only one province.

3)Yes,because in this way i can share my thoughts on them.

Anonymous said...

Mara Clea Arcangeles
BSIT-11

1. For me, one of the issues that philippine economy is facing is about the budget in DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. its very hard for those parents or working student to support the needs specially to education. Education is one of the very important thing for us student because there will lie our future. Our prsident Nonoy Aquino gave a smaller budget when it comes to education. I wish that it will change due to poverty that causes to the children lack of education.

2. Im disagree to the said issue about the splitting of CAMSUR into two provinces. simply becasue it will just create a war and ofcourse a new adjustment of two provinces. And it would cause a major setback in the province’s rise as Bicol’s economic powerhouse and the country’s top eco-tourism.

3. If im given a chance to be the secretary of DOJ, i'll accept it as long as i can handle it by myself and ofcourse i will do my duty for the sake of my countrymen.

Mae F.Roa BSCS-I said...

1.The budget generally refers to a list of all planned expenses and revenue.A budget is an important concept in economics.And about the budget of the Philippines,it is now increases.Every President of the Philippines,the given budget of our country increases because some officials of the government are corrupt and also because of the increase of population.

2.For me,I will not approve the proposal cause its better that the province of Camarines Sur stand by one.If it is divided into two it is not easy to adjust and they will expense a much cost.

3.For me,I will not accept the appointment because the position of being a Secretary of the DOJ is not easy and I don't know how to handle this particular position.

Anonymous said...

Don J. Macarubbo

BSIT-I

1. The Philippine economy proved comparatively well-equipped to weather the recent global financial crisis in the short term, partly as a result of the efforts over the past few years to control the fiscal deficit, bring down debt ratios, and adopt internationally-accepted banking sector capital adequacy standards. My comments about that the Philippine banking sector which includes 80% of total financial system resources had limited direct exposure to distressed financial institutions overseas, while conservative regulatory policies, including the prohibition of investments in structured products, shielded the insurance sector.
2. For me i cannot decide to approve the proposal that the province of camarines sur i cannot divide into two province because this a part of territory of camarines sur.
3.I will accept the appointment.Before ,I dream't to be a lawyer someday, if President Aquino would offer me such position it would be my pleasure and it would be an opportunity to serve my fellow Filipino people.As I said I wanted to be lawyer before,I will not of course I accept the position with just that reason ,I will accept the position for I know I can handle it. I want to be just and fair to serve my people, I want to show that justice still prevails and will always prevail in every situation, it might be hard but its worth to do the job especially it would be beneficiary to many.

Anonymous said...

karen Roncal
BSIT-1



1.) One of the issues today is the outflowing high price of the basic necessities or the demand products. Most especially the foods, there was this issue regarding the canned goods on tuna that it will increased its price. The problem is, it is consume most especially with the lower class. In my opinion the government should make an action to hinder it. Family/people who are in tight budget will perhaps switch to noodles to their everyday ingested food. In this matter, there would be insufficient nutrients that they’ll absorb for their body. Filipinos will be unhealthy. Every basic need of the Filipinos is increasing. How can a jobless person survives his everyday basis? The government should step up and contrive a movement. Also I would like to emphasize the unstoppable increase high price of oil. If there would be an increase in oil price everything else raises fare, food and etc. This should be prioritize and control by the government.
2.) I would say yes if this proposal would give a better improvement for the Bicol region. And, perhaps it would be better to split the province for enhancing the place or the tourist spot. This proposal would be an advantage to be able to extremely concentrate on their differences and make use of it different natural resources.
3.) As of now, I would say no but if he would give me a chance to hones my capabilities and skills. Also, if he would give me time to study and to prepare myself for this massive responsibility I would say yes. If I’ll say yes now I would do a disastrous movement since I do not have enough knowledge to embrace the obligation inside the department. It takes experiences and exposure to be able to contribute and to solve the problematic issues in this country.

Anonymous said...

1) for me . its the global crisis , it is the philippine foreign stock exchange , and the U.S. are having so much of economic problems today and we are the one of the allied country of that country so we are having a economy problems today .and also affect the filipino today because they need money and also can affect the companies today and they need profit.

2) hmm.. if i were a resident of bicol region , i think i choose , between yes or no?
yes, because we have a new mayor to govern the new province of camarines sur . it will help to get easier to govern it . because the camarines sur have been divided into two.
no, because . the fund of the goverment has increased again .. and if the chosen new mayor is corrupt . that will be a problem to that province.

3. i will not accept the appointment, because it is hard to become a new secretary of the department of justice , because its too much responsibilities . and too much handed goverment cases.

Anonymous said...

ERICA JOYCE VILLAREAL
I- BSIT

1.ONE OF THE NEWEST ISSUE IN OUR ECONOMY NOWADAYS WAS THE TOLL HIKES FOR NLEX, SCTEX, SLEX BECAUSE OF THE 12% VAT.THE FARE INCREASES FOR EXAMPLE 84 PESO BEFORE UP TO 141 NOW.THAT'S A BIG THING.AS WE ALL KNOW, THE 12% VAT WILL BE USE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE MAIN ROADS AND EVEN THOUGH THIS DECISION WILL AFFECT LOTS OF CONSUMER LETS BE POSITIVE AND BEAR IN OUR MIND THAT OUR ECONOMY RELIES ON IT.I JUST HOPE THAT THE TAXES COLLECTED SHOULD BE PUT TO GOOD USE ALWAYS.NOT TO THE POCKETS OF THE CORRUPT OFFICERS.

2.HONESTLY SPEAKING,IF I WERE TO BE A RESIDENCE THERE.I WILL PROBABLY DISAGREE TO THAT KIND OF PROPOSAL.WELL,I KNOW THAT IT HAS A GOOD OBJECTIVE THOUGH.BUT,FOR ME,WHY WOULD THEY HAVE TO CHANGE THE HISTORY?THIS WILL ONLY MAKE THE RESIDENCE OF THIS TOWN AND THE OTHER PEOPLE CONFUSED ESPECIALLY,THE TOURIST'S BECAUSE ONE OF THE TOURIST'S SPOTS HERE IN PHILS.IS THE CAMSUR.CAN'T THEY JUST TRY TO DEVELOP IT MORE AND FORGET ABOUT THE STUPID IDEAS.

3.I KNOW MY SELF VERY WELL.I WILL DEFINITELY SAY NO.ITS A BIG NO.BUT ONLY FOR TODAY! BECAUSE OBVIOUSLY I DONT HAVE THE GUTS TO BE IN THE BIG POSITION LIKE THAT.I'M STILL STUDYING AND I NEED TO LEARN A LOT MORE TO BE FIT IN THAT POSITION.BECAUSE,IF I WILL GRAB THAT CHANCE NOW THEN,THE JUSTICE HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES WILL BE IN A BIG TROUBLE.BUT, WHEN THE TIME COMES THAT ILL BE VERY MUCH READY AND CAPABLE ENOUGH.I WILL PROBABLY SAY YES!SO,THAT I CAN HELP THOSE PEOPLE WHO DO NOT BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF JUSTICE NOWADAYS.

Anonymous said...

Mayralyn N. Juarez BSIT - I

1. A health advocate group on Friday said the rise in dengue cases this year reflects the extreme poverty experienced by many Filipinos.

Eleanor Nolasco, president of NARS ng Bayan, said the Department of Health (DOH) has recorded more than 45,000 dengue cases from January to early this month.

Among those most affected by dengue are poorly nourished children who live in squatters where dengue-carrying mosquitoes thrive. For me, people must learn how to be cautious at all times.Cleaning the sorroundings is the key to a nicer health.
2. In my opinion, i think, that is a great proposal. Why? It is because of the fact that Camarines Sur is a huge province so for them to be able to recognize each peoples needs, they have to separate he province into two for a greater future of the people and their welfare as well.
3. At this age, i am well knoWledged about the problems that the Philippines is facing nowadays especially; crime and imbalance justice.Though it is a great position and it requires great knowledge, I will accept it. Reason is, I want to show what JUSTICE really is.

CABUDOY,MARIA VERONICA S> said...

about asyrian government today debunking reports of a mass grave in the city of daraa which have been under the government lockdown now for weeks since the anti government errupted there and asyrian human rights activities say they uncovered so the philippine government help the filipino people there to go back here in philippines but because of the difficult situation filipino should take care and wait for the actions of philippine government 2. if the people of camarines sur will approvet in referandum the province wll be divided of the bicol province was approved the house of representative as congress was about to adjourn 1054 students will benifets approval of a bill seeking to split into two. 3. NO. because i want to focus my study because i want to finish my study and i want to help my family someday.

roldhan_27 said...

Roldhan A. Dasalla
1st YR BSIT


1. Among the many economic problems faced by the Philippines, one is the imbalance of imports and exports. The negative trade is heavy and only counterbalanced by the service account surplus. Over the last two decades, Philippine exports have shifted from commodity-based products to manufactured goods. However, in the midst of the current global economic recession, the exports of electronics, garments and textiles are yet to reach a level of import neutralization.As a student, I`d like the government make a solution for this problem as soon as possible as they can, because imbalance imports and export could affects our economic status that can cause or poverty, that`s why our currents administration now deducted some of the funds in Education.

2.i`m from bicol also, i agree with that bill simply because Camarines Sur is a too large and the governmet of the Cam. Sur wouldn`t able to govern it at the same time, that`s why they wanted to divide the province into two.

3. if Pres. Aquino would appoint me as a Secretary of DOJ, i would accept it, why? because as a simple person, i`d like to give a FAIR JUSTICE between the poor and rich residence of the philippine. As what i have seen in our country, many rich people had able to get their own justice thru out the money, while poor people wouldn`t able to get this without money, that`s why i`d like to be an Lawyer some day.

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