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The Duterte camp will now have more confidence to field candidates for the presidential race in 2022
An Ateneo professor and a student leader respond to Tony La Viña's piece published in Rappler, saying that his concern about the university's decision on the Irene Marcos controversy is, among others, oversimplistic
Is the Davao mayor the courageous woman leader that this country needs? How about Vice President Leni Robredo and her 'quiet courage'?
Most likely, it will be the only arena where genuine political competition can happen
(UPDATED) In two years, President Rodrigo Duterte has convened the Legislative-Executive Development Advisory Council only 4 times
I say we should be asking instead: how can we be autonomous, active citizens instead of vigilantes? How can we claim rights, equalize opportunities and achieve justice in the most non-violent way possible?
We need a president who will reform Congress and a Congress that will reform the presidency. We need a citizenry that will insist on having both.
The 17th Congress, when viewed in tandem with the Duterte presidency, reveals the phenomenon of perverted pluralism (elitism) combining with perverted populism (one-man rule). Indeed, this signals 'change,' albeit from bad to worse.
Who are we really fighting? How do we influence public opinion? How do we also influence government? A professor asks the community these questions during the Ateneo de Manila University s Kapihan Session
My message to reformers thus is this: forget running in 2016