AngKoalisyong Makabayan ng Bayan ay isang partido sa Pilipinas. Ito ay pinangungunahan ni Danding Cojuangco. Kinabibilangan ito ni Francis Escudero at Loren Legarda.
The Nationalist People's Coalition or NPC is a conservative political party in the Philippines, founded in 1992 by then presidential candidate Eduardo Cojuangco, Jr.
As the build-up to the 2010 presidential elections progresses, there are talks that Escudero has been given the nod of the party leaders as its standard-bearer, with Legarda being his running-mate, although the latter said that she won't settle for any other position than the presidency. Escudero further stressed that he will not entertain any possible alliance with the Arroyo administration forces, thus beleaguering ...
Most senior officials of the Nationalist People’s Coalition want Senator Manuel Villar to be the party’s presidential candidate in the 2010 elections based on a straw balloting among members of the party’s national executive committee, party insiders revealed Friday.
The completion of the straw vote toughen earlier reports that Sen. Loren Legarda, the NPC’s vice presidential bet, is set to team up with Villar as a result of the departure of Sen. Francis Escudero, previously the NPC’s presumptive standard bearer, from the party.
It also put an end to ...
While they voted in 2009 against the impeachment of Ombudsman, they made a complete turnaround this time
MANILA, Philippines – The impeachment complaints against Ombudsman Merceditas Gutierrez have no leg to stand on. This was the stand of Isabela Rep. Giorgidi Aggabao as early as last year when the complaints were filed with the House of Representatives.
But he sang a different tune at the plenary on March 21. That night, he voted yes to Gutierrez’s impeachment.
By PURPLE ROMERO
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... sa nabakanteng pwesto sa Sanguniang Panlalawigan
Gitakdang magtagbo ang mga sakop sa Nationalist Coalition party kon NPC haron pagpili kon kinsa ang mohulip sa pwesto nga nabakante.
Sumala ni kongresista George Arnaiz kinsa maoy senior member sa NPC dinhi sa probinsya nagkanayon wala pa siya makadesider kon kinsa ang ihulip gumikan nga Kinahanglan pa sila ngamag-meeting sa partido.
Matud niya ila una nga hulaton nga mapahimutang sa pahulay nga dayon si Gobernador Agustin Perdices una magtagbo ang mga sakop sa partido.
Sa kasamtangan duha ka pwesto sa Sanguniang Panlalawigan ang ...
Holding Filipino Youth to a Higher Standard Mark Joseph Solis could have easily become a future congressman, senator, or even president had the internet not existed. He most definitely seemed destined for “high places” given his already numerous achievements at just 22 years of age ...
Another PMA grad at BoC Another former military officer is to formally assume the post today at the Bureau of Customs as deputy commissioner for enforcement, which is mainly in charge of customs police matters. Ariel Nepomuceno, a graduate of Class ’87 of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) and former director of the Office of Civil Defense (OCD), will join at least nine of his senior classmates at the academy who have assumed their respective sensitive posts in the agency early last month. Malacañang has installed Nepomuceno as the sixth deputy commissioner to complete the list of its new appointees who are expected to implement the much-needed reforms at the bureau. He now occupies one of the two posts previously assigned to retired Armed Forces chief Gen. Jessie Dellosa who now only heads the Intelligence Group. Nepomuceno’s appointment papers were signed by President Benigno Aquino III last November 8. In a statement, Nepomuceno expressed his gratitude to the President and vowed to give his best
Standing up to China…Is President Aquino Up to the Task? When a smaller, weaker country is threatened by a larger, more powerful one, the odds of the former prevailing are improved if—and only if—it is lead by an able leader. The question is: does President Benigno Aquino III have what it takes to face-down China and fight for what rightfully belongs to the Philippines? ...
Private schools accept displaced students STUDENTS in the areas affected by super typhoon Yolanda will be allowed to continue their studies at any private school and college after an association of schools agreed to accept them.The Association of Private Schools, Colleges and Universities (Papscu) said it will accept students who wanted to transfer to its member schools.Papscu president Dr. Jose Paulo Campos said their doors are widely open to students displaced by the super typhoon even without school records.“Actually kahit walang records we will accept them [students], just relying on their words pa rin that they have really enrolled in a school where they came from. But of course this will be validated later on,” Campos explained. Student transferees, Campos said, will be allowed to continue their studies at any Papscu-member schools provided that they are really registered students or else they cannot get their diploma even if they graduate. Another private school group, the Catholic Educational Association of the Phi