DIOS MABALOS BICOL!
- AKB, numero 18 sa balota! Tuloy tuloy na ang pagsali sa 2013 eleksyon! Tuloy-tuloy pa rin ang pagtulong!
- DIOS MABALOS, AKB! Mga benepisyaryo ng medical at financial assistance ng AKB, nag papasalamat sa pag-ulan ng tulong.
- AKB medical at dental mission, lalong pinalawak! Kasama ng AKB ang Philippines Army, Philippines National Police at iba pang mga organisasyon sa malawakang medical at dental mission sa iba't ibang bahagi ng Kabikolan.
- Sunod-sunod na livelihood programs, pinangunahan ng AKB Into-Employment Program ng AKB at Children Internatioanal, matagumpay
- AKB Tabang sa Kabuhayan Ginanap ang Groundbreaking ng Capuy Basud Multi-Purpose Building sa Sorsogon. Sa loob nito ay dalawang bagong rice mill para sa mga mag sasaka.
- AKB, namigay ng tulong sa iba't ibang barangay sa bansa Binigyan at ipinagawa ng AKB ang PWD Building sa Naga City, na nagkaroon ng groundbreaking at blessing kasama sina Mayor John Bongat, Vice Mayor Gabby Bordado at Atty. Leni Robredo.
- AKB Tabang sa Barangay Maraming multi-cab na ang naipamigay ng AKB sa iba't ibang barangay, hindi lamang sa Bicol. Tinanggap ni Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte ng Quezon City at Atty. Kit Belmonte ang mga multi-cab na binigay sa Quezon City.
- Dios Mabalos, Iskolar! Libu-libong scholar ng Ako Bicol ang masayang tumulong sa mga proyekto ng AKB sa iba't ibang parte ng Bicol. Handog pasasalamat daw ito ng iskolar para sa malaking naitulong ng AKB sa kanilang pag-aaral.
- Dios Mabalos, Jesse! DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo, isang bayaning Bicolano Batay sa House Resolution no. 2689 na inihain ng AKB, pinarangalan ng Kongresa si Sec. Robredo ng Congressional Medal of Achievement para sa kanyang mga nagawang serbisyo publiko. Tinanggap ni Atty. Leni Robredo at anak na si Jillian ang parangal kasama ang mga kongresista mula sa Bicol.
- Dios Mabalos, Tatay! Labis na nalungkot ang AKB at buong Kabikolan sa pagpanaw ng isang dakilang lehislador, administrador at tatay ng lahat, Cong. Sonny Escudero. Si Tatay ay naging Minister of Agriculture, Congressman at pinakabatang Dean ng UP College of Veterinary Medicine. Bilang masipag at magaling na Congressman na hanggang sa kahuli-hulihan ay dumadalo sa sesyon ng Kongreso, nagsilbing huwaran si Tatay sa mga AKB congressmen. Kilalang kampeon sa edukasyon at agrikultura, malaking kawalan si Tatay hindi lang sa kanyang distrito sa Sorsogon kundi sa buong Kabikolan at maging sa buong bansa.
- Dios Mabalos, Bicol! AKB, nagpasalamat sa mga sumusuportang mamayan at matataas na opisyal.
- AKB, NUMERO 18 SA BALOTA! Ang Opisyal na Pahayagan ng Ako Bicol Party list - Vol. 5 [download PDF]
- AKB, WALANG URUNGAN SA TULUNGAN! Ang Opisyal na Pahayagan ng Ako Bicol Party list - Vol. 1 [download PDF]
- TULONG NG AKB, LALONG PINALAKAS AT PINALAWAK! Ang Opisyal na Pahayagan ng Ako Bicol Party list - Vol. 1 [download PDF]
- AKB, NANGUNGUNA SA TULUNGAN TUWING MAY KAGIPITAN! Ang Opisyal na Pahayagan ng Ako Bicol Party list - Vol. 1 [download PDF]
- DIOS MABALOS BICOL! Ang Opisyal na Pahayagan ng Ako Bicol Party list - Vol. 1 [download PDF]
Where is Reynald Lim? He is hiding somewhere in the Philippines and continues to run circles around the police authorities tasked to track him down and arrest him.
This, as the apparent inability of the National Bureau of Investigations (NBI) and other police agencies tasked to arrest Lim, brother of the alleged mastermind of the P10-billion pork barrel scam, Janet Lim-Napoles and, one of the principal co-accused in the illegal detention case filed by whistleblower Benhur Luy, drew flak from several lawmakers.
In separate interviews with the MST Sunday, House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte, Jr., House Deputy Majority Leader Sherwin Tugna of Citizen’s Battle against Corruption (Ciba) and AKO-Bicol party-list Rep. Rodel Batocabe, all lawyers, said that the NBI and other police agencies tasked to arrest Lim should double their efforts to nab the fugitive.
Two party-list lawmakers have pushed for the passage of a bill granting free college education to high school graduates who belong to poor families.
Ako Bicol Party-list Reps. Christopher Co and Rodel Batocabe, in House Bill 379, want to give students belonging to poor families a chance to pursue college education.
Co said the measure is a first concrete step towards providing the deserving graduates of the country’s public high schools with appropriate quality college education keyed to the demands of a highly competitive marketplace.
Application forms are available at the Office of Student Affairs, AKB Scholars’ Association Tambayan or download at www.akobicol.com Deadline of submission of application is on january 30, 2014.
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MANILA — The recent Pulse Asia survey showing that 54 percent of Filipinos are unaware of projects “implemented” by congressmen is no longer surprising for several incumbent members of the House of Representatives.
“It’s not surprising that only a few people know about the projects initiated by our lawmakers,” Ako Bicol party-list Representative Rodel Batocabe said citing the anti-epal campaign in the recent national elections wherein public officials were criticized for using their proposed projects as a tool to promote their candidacy.
Walls, waiting sheds, electric posts and even government buildings are usually plastered with the names and faces of politicians who wish to retain in their seats of power.
Several lawmakers on Saturday stressed the need for Congress to review and rewrite Presidential Decree 910 or the Malampaya Special Fund ‘to set the standards by which the President can exercise his discretion.”
One of them, Rep. Rodel Batocabe of Ako-Bicol party list, made the suggestion in support of Speaker Feliciano Belmonte’s position to limit the President’s discretion over the Malampaya funds.
“Specifically, Congress can enumerate items which the Presiednt can allocate the fund and set the appropriate requisites for the release thereof,” Batocabe told the MST Sunday in a text message.
MANILA, Philippines – A party-list lawmaker has filed a bill that seeks to prevent the courts from recklessly issuing temporary restraining orders (TROs) or injunctions against acts of government agencies or officials meant to enforce environment protection laws.
Ako Bicol party-list Rep. Rodel Batocabe filed House Bill 845 to ensure the effective implementation and enforcement of environmental laws in the face of projects that are destructive to the environment or exploit the country’s natural resources.