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Jamby:  Di takot maging unpopular

Inquirer BANDERA 29 October 2012
Nina Bella Cariaso, Liza Soriano

“YOU need someone in the Senate who will take a strong stand against corruption and who will not care whether the issue is popular or not.”

Ito ang giit ni dating senador Jamby Madrigal na nais magbalik sa Senado at ngayon ay isa sa mga kandidato ng administration coalition.

Sa kanyang pagbisita sa Inquirer Bandera kamakailan, sinabi ni Madrigal na nagbabalik siya dahil kailangan ng Senado ng isang senador na may paninindigan, hindi natatakot  laban sa korapsyon at  isang tao na walang pakialam sa sasabihin ng iba lalo na kung ang isinusulong niya ay hindi popular.

Anya, bagamat nasa administrasyon na siya ngayon at miyembro ng partido ni Pangulong Aquino, maninindigan pa rin siya sa mga posisyon na kanyang pinaniniwalaang makakatulong sa taongbayan.“I have taken stance whether it’s popular or not, whether you like me or not, I’ll take a stand even if it’s unpopular,” giit pa nito.

Sa ngayon, aniya ay tanging sina Senador Panfilo Lacson, TG guingona at Serge Osmena ang nakikita niyang katulad niya na hindi natatakot maging “unpopular”.

LP vs UNA

Ikinuwento rin ni Madrigal na una siyang inalok ng coalition ng Liberal Party bagamat may mga parinig din ang United Nationalist Alliance na gusto siyang isama nito sa kanilang tiket.

Ngunit sumama siya sa LP dahil ito ang pormal na nagbigay sa kanya ng imbitasyon.

Wala umanong pormal na alok sa kanya ang UNA, partikular na si Vice President Jejomar Binay, kahit pa dati anya siyang miyembro ng partidong PDP-Laban.

“Merong mga parinig pero hindi ako kinausap ni Vice President Binay and considering I’m an ex-PDP-Laban, maybe that was a message na nilagay ang pangalan ko pero hindi ako kinausap,” dagdag pa ni Madrigal.

Niliwanag din ni Madrigal na hindi niya pinuputol ang ugnayan sa kampo nina Estrada at Binay, ngayong nasa LP na siya.

“No. I’m very thankful to them.  I’m very thankful to president Estrada.

Hindi namin inaabuso yung friendship. I consider him a friend and I hope he considers me the same,” dagdag pa ni Madrigal.

Ibinida rin ni Madrigal na una siyang inalok ng LP bago pa man sinimulang ang usapang-pakikipagalyansa nito sa Nacionalista Party ni Senador Manny Villar na “nakaaway” niya noong nakaraang Kongreso.

Walang personalan, isyu lang

Tapos na rin anya ang sinasabing “away” na namagitan sa kanila ni Villar, dagdag pa ang hirit na walang personalan sa mga nangyaring bangayan at tanging nakabase ito sa isyu.

“Ang pinaglabanan namin ay issue-based. It was not against Senator Villar per se. It was against an issue that I felt strongly about,” anya pa.

Wala rin umano siyang galit o sama ng loob sa misis ng senador na si dating Las Pinas Rep. Cynthia Villar na ngayon ay kasama rin niya sa tiket ng LP coalition.

Isa pa ring “nakalaban” ni Madrigal ay ang ngayon ay katiket din na si Sen. Alan Peter-Cayetano. Ngunit tapos na anya ang mga isyu na nagdaan sa kanilang dalawa at hindi personalan ang namagitan sa kanilang dalawa.

“Madami nga akong batikos galing kay Alan Cayetano, si Villar lang kanyang sinusunod at that time.

That’ s politics pero nung tinanong nila ko kung comfortable ba ako kay Alan ang sabi ko yes because he was just doing his job.

Hindi naman kami nagtanim ng galit kay Alan although kung titignan ang sinabi niya nakakagulat talaga,” ayon pa kay Madrigal.

Handa rin siyang makasama ang mga ito sakaling pare-pareho silang iboto ng publiko.

“Hindi  mo naman mapili who would you work with pero you have to work together para maisalang at maipasa ang  mga needed  legislations,” sabi pa ni Madrigal.

Environmental laws, anti-contractualization

Kabilang sa mga bibigyang prayoridad ni Madrigal sakaling maupo muli sa Senado ay ang mga panukala na magbibigay proteksyon sa kalikasan at imbestigasyon hinggil sa isyu ng contruactulaization.

“I would like to look into the benefits under contractualization bagamat it’s very controversial.

Contractual workers end up with nothing after 30 to 40 years.

There has to  be a way, short of stopping contractualization to completely safeguard the rights and the job security of contractual workers,” paliwanag ni Madrigal.

Nangako rin siya na paiimbestigahan ang patuloy na pagtaas ng water bill at isusulong din niya ang mga panukalang batas na isinusulong ni Aquino.

“It would be nice if we could do positive contribution instead of just fighting the government.

During the time of GMA, laban ka nang laban, yung talagang energy mo is just spent fighting, but that was necessary because we have a corrupt regime.

I would like to become a constructive member of LP but I would also like to be independent and stand my ground on controversial issues especially environment, women and children,” sabi pa ni Madrigal.

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Iba’t ibang hirit ni  Jamby Madrigal

BUMISITA sa Inquirer Bandera kamakailan si dating senador Jamby Madrigal na bumabalik muli sa Senado at tumatakbo sa ilalim ng Liberal Party (LP). Tinanong namin siya sa mga isyu at ito ang kanyang mga posisyon:

Hospital arrest para kay GMA
God works  in many mysterious ways. I don’t like to be in her situation, if you put her in an ordinary jail at mabali ang leeg niya o magchoke siya at walang special attention… you don’t want to make a martyr out of her also, dahil alam mo naman ang mga Pilipino maawain, kapag nilagay sa kulungan.

I think hospital arrest would be better.

If they’re reasoning is bad, kung anong mangyari diyan at least sa hospital may mga doctor na.

As to whether she can have operation here, only doctors abroad and here will be able to say after meeting, so it’s really medical issue.

Reproductive Health bill
I’m watching what they are doing.

I’m really for reproductive health education, yung pinagtatalunan ata nila, funding component, sa akin we should study that very carefully.

It’s really the poorest of the poor that we really need to reach out kasi they are the ones who have more children because it’s is cultural because for them ang yaman nila yung mga anak nila.

Sin tax bill
The sin tax should be used for more health care, meaning for more illnesses, yun talagang may sakit, rather than ibili ng condoms.

Sabi ko nga, ang tobacco ang tinatawag nila inelastic demand.

So, kung ito ang price mo, ito ang cigarettes, yung demand halos hindi gumagalaw.

Unang-una ang mga cigarette companies, oligopoly, monopoly na yun,  tapos yung nature, luxury or sin good. It’s good to increase sin tax kung health care lang, Philhealth makinabang. (yung DOF version) It’s not very radical.

And then yung farmers, hindi totoo yun… only 20 percent of the Virginia tobacco, of the industry is taken from the Ilocos farmers. But of course, it could be very controversial because of the coming elections.

Anti-political dynasty bill
I’m for it, meaning it’s hard to see na mag-ina, magkapatid na nasa Senado kasi no matter what yung independence… bloc voting.

Ang mga pangalan ngayon lahat dynasty, sa Senado.

Pero mas masagwang tignan sa probinsiya, parang merry go round, anak, asawa.

That’s my opinion but until the law is passed.

In the case of Bam (Aquino) who is related to the president, until the law is passed, he has all the right to run.

Charter change
Definitely not, I’m very against that. I don’t believe, one, in a federal form of government.

Two, I also do not believe in a parliamentary form of government because if you have the money, the media, the power, you can stay as prime minister as long as you want.

Parang dictatorship na rin yan kasi kung ang parliament  ang bumuboto sa ‘yo, prime minister ka,  it has no term limits.

Divorce
We have annulment here.

All I can say is that the rich again are more privileged because they can get annulment.

If  annulment is easily attainable by the poor then  divorce will be redundant.

That has to be addressed because when you are poor and you live in a squatter and you want to leave your wife and then your live na with someone else because you cannot get divorce.

You have to level the playing field. The rich, they can easily get annulment because they have many lawyers.

Annulment is divorce only dressed up much better. But there’s some hypocrisy there.

Same sex marriage
We are land of the free.  We are very kind country to gays, but I’m not keen on it yet because it maybe abused.

But the right to partnership can be recognized as a partnership.

We  don’t even have divorce here.  Can you imagine, how they will be married? I can understand the religious and moral complications there. A lot of Catholics are very conservative here anyway.

Logging
Definitely, you know my stand from the previous Congress that environment is a priority.

I would like to see the Philippines as a center for eco-tourism. So there are alternatives. I’m for conservation.

Mining
I would like to see selective mining where ores are processed here.

Kagaya ng gold, dapat tayo ang mag-process ng ores natin at magkaroon tayo dito ng ating sariling jewelry industry.

Kagaya ng sa Thailand imbes na mag-import.

Yung gold kasi natin, ini-export natin yung ores,  tapos  yung gold mismo, iimport na naman natin, kawawa naman, may tax pa.

We should  really process our natural resources here and and all the gold and silver jewelry. I’m against the unlimited export of raw materials.

Peace talks
I think it’s a good first move. What’s important again is there are efforts, when you stop to talk, that’s the time when guns come out.

Now, (Nur) Misuari is probably not happy because aside from him, people are giving more participation so, to me it is a good first step.

Now the devil is in the  details.

And it will take a few years.

But the fact that they have gone this far to have  a  Framework Agreement, it’ s not like it can be perfected immediately,  but I think the timing is  good.

Legalization of jueteng
That’s a two-edge sword.

We have to study how many people would be affected. How many people are making a living out of jueteng.

Of course, I agree with Sen. Lacson and Archbishop Cruz, it breeds a lot of corruption.

We have to see to it that if it’s legalized, jueteng will be minimized.

I cannot answer that categorically, I like to see a study on legalization and who will also control the legalized jueteng because that would also be a source of corruption.

K-12 education program
Honestly I don’t agree because our greatest writers, during pre-wars, lahat sila hanggang grade six hanggang, high school, they speak Kapampangan, Spanish, Tagalog.

It’s not in the length of schooling, it’s in the quality of schooling.

So, if you can increase the budget education… kasi you are putting another layer although magandang pakinggan.. Imagine this child sa probinsiya, what’s the difference if you increase the number of years, kung walang classroom, walang papel, walang libro, it’s going  to be the same without learning anything.

I’m not really for increasing years, yumayaman na ang mga universities which are being privatized.

That’s why isa sa mga accomplishment ko, I blocked the provision that UP could be sold of.  They cannot sell it they can only lease it for five years and renewed.

Lahat ng mga bagong may-ari ng universities, they will make money.

At what caause you will sacrifice your education to profit? Ako, I will always err on the side of let’s not make a profit but let’s make a quality education than learn a profit and bring them in and out.

Pork barrel
I did not take pork barrel. There are two reasons.

During the GMA government, it’s so corrupt, I wonder if I took my pork barrel, siguro mas marami akong natulungan.

Nung sinoli ko sa budget yan, pumunta rin sa corrupt government.

So, in a way it’s a two-edge maraming bumabatikos sa pork barrel pero kung ang kongresista, senador, mahal yung constituents, hindi naman nila kukunin yun.

Under the Aquino administration, I will think about it.

Labor exports
At the moment, it is very important for us because we are taking advantage of remittances.

Yan ang nagpapabuhay din sa ekonomiya.

However, hopefully I would like to see the day, where our brain drain comes back.

Umaalis naman ang mga Filipino dahil walang opportunities but if there are more opportunities here, it would also be nice na wala nang bubuti sa mga OFWs natin once they are trained there.

FOI bill
I don’t think it’s going to pass this Congress. I need to look the provisions.

Isyu kay Juday
Sabi nila nag-away kami ni Juday, remember?

Hindi naman totoo yun kasi meron mga taong namamagitan sa amin, na iba- iba ang sinasabi kay Juday.

Tapos iba din ang sinasabing sa akin, kami ni Juday, never kami nag-away.

Tapos narinig  ko na lang sa radyo may bumabanat sa akin pero I thank her for supporting me and I don’t think there was an issue. It’s just misunderstanding with intermediaries.

Kapag nasa showbiz, lumalaki lahat. Sinabi na parang hindi ko naman kailangan si Juday, hindi yun totoo,  hindi ko siya ininsulto.

Medyo na-twist yun kasi I felt my political opponents were using that. Nung bago ako talaga I thanked her for helping me win.

Pero kung naka isang term ka na naman as senator, ang dapat basehan ng tao yung track record mo, hindi na yung endorser.

I think our best endorser would be the president himself,  who is the head of Liberal Party who still enjoys a very high trust and popularity rating.

Philippine Sports
Dismal.  You know, it is sad because even yung sa Azkals pinopondohan din ng private, so I really think something should be done.

Hindi ba there is controversy in the Philippine Sports Commission?

Si Peping Cojuangco, he has been there for a long time so… There should be an alternate commission … it’s not necessary a Cabinet level, you only need a competent chairman.

At least if it’s Cabinet level, it will have the support of Malacanang.

The controversy has been raging on…but the President hindi na kailangang makialam diyan.

Hindi naman maaaring the President telling his uncle to leave, it should be the private sector who should find another candidate if they are not happy with him… to remove him.   —Bella Cariaso, Liza Soriano

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Madrigal: Poor parents need to be educated more on RH

By Jamie Marie Elona
INQUIRER.net
Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

MANILA, Philippines—Although former Senator Jamby Madrigal recognizes the importance of reproductive health education among children, she believes older poor people should be educated more on the topic.

Madrigal said knowledge of reproductive health comes “naturally” if a child is honed by educated parents.

In an interview, Madrigal said that people belonging to the under “Class D” and “Class E” groups or the “poorest of the poor,” should be provided access to reproductive health education.

“We have to legislate a bill that will encourage women and men to understand reproductive health,” she said.

“But what’s important is to reach those who have less education,” she added.

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Jamby lauds Enrile for Senate employees’ benefits

Published : Tuesday, October 23, 2012 (Peoples Journal Tonight)
Written by : Marlon Purificacion

APPEASING talks of ousting Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile, a former colleague lauds the 88-year-old statesman’s thrust for increased benefits and compensation for Senate employees during the flag raising ceremony at the Senate yesterday.

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JAMBY VOWS TO ABOLISH ILLEGAL LABOR PRACTICES

Jing Villamente
23 October 2012 (Manila Times)

A former lawmaker on Monday vowed to abolish illegal labor practices faced by millions of Filipino workers if she is given a chance to be part of the Senate again.

Speaking before the flag raising ceremony at the Senate Office, Liberal Party senatorial candidate Jamby Madrigal also expressed belief that providing employees with decent compensation will lead to an improvement in their performance.

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Jamby: Nirerespeto ko ang Journal Group

Published : Saturday, October 20, 2012 00:00
Written by : Marlon Purificacion

“ANG People’s Journal at People’s Tonight ay dalawa sa nirerespeto at kinikilala kong pahayagan sa bansa.” Ito ang naging pahayag ni dating Senador Jamby Madrigal nang sorpresa siyang bumisita sa ika-40 anibersaryo ng Journal Group of Publications kahapon sa Port Area, Manila.    Si Jamby, kilalang astig na may puso sa Senado, ay isa sa mga kandidato ng Liberal Party para sa 2012 mid-term senatorial elections.

Sa kanyang pagharap kina Gus Villanueva, Group Editor-in-Chief ng PJI; at People’s Tonight Managing Editor Tess Lardizabal, sinabi ni Madrigal na natutuwa siyang mapasyalan ang tanggapan ng PJI.

Aminado si Madrigal na isa ang Journal Group sa mga bumabatikos sa kanya noon, ngunit hindi umano siya nagtanim ng sama ng loob dahil kinikilala nito ang malayang pamamahayag.

Ikinatutuwa ni Madrigal na mapasyalan ang Journal Group at makibahagi sa selebrasyon ng anibersaryo dahil ang People’s Journal at People’s Tonight ay dalawa sa kinikilala niyang may credibilidad at nirerespetong tabloid sa Pilipinas.

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Jamby throws support to Lim

by Jerry Tan (Peoples Journal)

REELECTIONIST Senator Jamby Madrigal yesterday expressed his support to Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim and urged residents and city employees to continue supporting the good governance of the mayor.

Madrigal thanked Lim for putting to good use the name of her grandfather, late Justice Jose Abad Santos, when he established a hospital giving free services to the poor people of Manila, the former Justice Abad Santos Mother and Child Hospital which became Justice Abad Santos General Hospital when it was upgraded by the Department of Health because of its quality services.

“After three years talagang na-miss namin sya sa Senado ngunit umalis man siya sa Senado naging swerte naman ang city of Manila na kabalik siya bilang mayor n’yo ngayong at patuloy ‘yung paninindigan nya para sa taongbayan,” Madrigal added, as she remembered there were times when she and Lim would vote “no” even if the majority voted “yes” on certain issues and how they worked together for bills on anti-child  pronog-raphy and anti-cybersex.

Meanwhile, Lim gave P50,000 financial assistance for the family of PO2 Ryan Bagadiong who was killed recently in the performance of duty. The mayor also offered a job for his wife Angelita and then scholarship  for thir two children who are still studying, saying the city government will always support policemen who do their job properly.

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Jamby: Not 'guilty' to be LP's pick
by Paterno Esmaquel II
Posted on 10/04/2012 4:41 PM  | Updated 10/04/2012 9:56 PM

LP MEMBER. Senatorial hopeful Jamby Madrigal says it was the LP leadership that invited her to the party. Photo by Don Regachuelo

MANILA, Philippines – When the Liberal Party (LP) chose her to join its rainbow coalition, senatorial hopeful Jamby Madrigal edged out other aspirants whom others considered more worthy.

But Madrigal, who filed her certificate of candidacy (COC) Thursday, October 4, said she has nothing to do with LP picking her to join the party. Despite criticisms, Madrigal said she doesn't feel guilty.

“Why will I feel guilty? I think the process was very fair,” Madrigal told Rappler after she filed her COC, referring to a 6-month process that led to her joining LP.

She said it was the LP leadership itself that invited her. She also met with President Benigno Aquino III afterwards, leading to Aquino's so-called rainbow coalition.

Aquino on Monday, October 1, launched the handpicked group that includes 3 LP members and the LP's partners. Madrigal, a former senator, took her oath as an LP member only last week, eventually displacing Quezon Rep Erin Tanada and TESDA Director-General Joel Villanueva, among others, from the coalition.

“Si Erin, I respect him. I respect Secretary Joel Villanueva. Pero 'yan ang desisyon ng liderato ng Liberal Party,” Madrigal said. (But that's the decision of the leadership of the Liberal Party.)

Why did the LP pick her? Madrigal said it's best to ask the party leaders themselves.

“Ako'y nagpapasalamat lang at nagagalak na napili ako, pero itanong n'yo sa kanila 'yon, kasi hindi po ako part ng proseso,” she said. (I am thankful and happy that I was chosen, but just ask them about that, because I wasn't part of the process.)

Neither would Madrigal identify her edge over the other senatorial hopefuls, who would have wanted to join the rainbow coalition. “Hindi magandang maghusga. Baka may edge sila sa akin,” she said. (It's not good to judge. They might have an edge over me.)

Statistically speaking, however, one of Madrigal's competitive edges is her survey ranking. In the latest Pulse Asia survey, 23.2% of respondents said they will vote for Madrigal, bringing her to the 12th to 17th places if elections were held when the survey was conducted.

For the Aquino administration, it is crucial for its bets to win because 2013 will be a litmus test for the President.

Boosting LP?

It's not all about surveys, however, as far as the President is concerned. When Aquino, LP's chair, launched the coalition Monday, he commended Madrigal for her efforts to protect children.

'WINNABLE' CANDIDATE. Jamby Madrigal can boost the LP's hopes of a victory in the 2013 polls, a litmus test for President Aquino. Photo by Don Regachuela

"Marami po sa kanila ang nakatrabaho ko na. Sila ang humarap sa pagsagasa ng tren ng nakaraang administrasyon; puwede namang pumanig na lang sila sa mali, at tumamasa ng kaliwa’t kanang benepisyo. Pero tumaya sila sa tama, at tumindig kasama ng sambayanan kontra sa katiwalian," Aquino said.

(I have worked with a lot of them. They were the ones who fought against the past administration; they could've sided with the wrong and gotten the benefits. But they stayed with what was right, and stayed with the fight against corruption).

When Rappler asked her what she could contribute to the LP, Madrigal responded: “Alam n'yo naman, I'm straight. I walk my talk. Diretso magsalita, diretso gumawa, tuwid na daan ay ipagpapatuloy ko. At ipapagtanggol natin 'yung justice and truth for all.” You know that I'm straight. I walk my talk. I talk straight, I work straight, and I will pursue the straight path. I will also defend justice and truth for all.)

But is Madrigal walking her talk now that she's allied with Cynthia Villar, wife of Senator Manny Villar, whom she accused of corruption in 2010? Madrigal is running with Mrs Villar under Aquino's coalition, and she sees nothing wrong about it.

“I did not criticize Villar. I criticized the issue. It's not a matter of criticizing; it is a matter of standing against corruption with conviction. Nothing personal, only issues,” Madrigal said.

“Well," she added, "the issue is part of history, and the Filipino people will judge.”

– Rappler.com

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LP UNVEILS SENATE SLATE
Published on Manila Times 02 October 2012
Written by LLANESCA T. PANTI AND JEFFERSON ANTIPORDA REPORTERS

THE Liberal Party (LP) on Monday officially proclaimed its Senate slate for the 2013 elections but only three of the candidates belong to the ruling party—Rep. Juan Edgardo “Sonny” Angara of Aurora province, Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino 4th and former senator Maria Ana Consuelo “Jamby” Madrigal.
Aquino and Madrigal took their party oath only last week.
The other candidates are former senator Ramon Magsaysay Jr., Senators Allan Peter Cayetano and Antonio Trillanes 4th, former representative Cynthia Villar of Las Piñas City of the Nacionalista Party (NP), Sen. Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel Jr. of PDP-Laban, former representative Ana Theresia “Risa” Hontiveros-Baraquel of Akbayan Party-list, Sen. Francis “Chiz” Escudero, Mary Grace Poe-Llamanzares of the Movie, Television and Radio Classification Board and Sen. Loren Legarda of the Nationalist People’s Coalition (NPC).
“These are the people who know what is right and wrong, and will do what is right,” President Benigno Aquino 3rd, who is also the LP chairman, said during the party’s proclamation at Club Filipino in San Juan City.

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Madrigal backs Aquino’s call to restore trust
in judiciary
Philippine Daily Inquirer
2:52 am | Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

Former Sen. Jamby Madrigal on Monday joined President Benigno Aquino in calling for restoring public trust and confidence in the judiciary.

At the sideline of the Judicial Excellence ceremony at the Manila Hotel, Madrigal said the awards should continue setting the example and inspire more judges, prosecutors and court employees to work for restoring public trust in the courts.

She said her father, a law school classmate and friend of the late Justice Jose Feria, was among the original supporters of the Judicial Excellence awards.

“The family continues to support this to honor the legacy of my grandfather, Chief Justice Jose Abad Santos, the only Chief Justice who is a hero and martyr,” Madrigal said.

The Judicial Excellence awards are given to men and women of the court who have shown high level of integrity and competence in their work. The honor also inspires them to be shining examples of people in the judiciary who have remained true to their calling, she said.

This year’s awardees include Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 7 Presiding Judge Ma. Theresa Dolores Gomez-Estoesta (Chief Justice Cayetano Arellano Award for Outstanding Regional Trial Court Judge); Marikina City RTC Branch 192 Presiding Judge Geralding Fiel- Macaraig (Chief Justice Jose Abad Santos Award for Outstanding Regional Trial Court Judge); Zamboanga City RTC Branch 12 Presiding Judge Gregorio V. Dela Pena (Chief Justice Ramon Avancena Award for Outstanding RTC Judge); Manila Metropolitan Trial Court Branch 20 Presiding Judge Emily San Gaspar-Gito (Antonio P. Madrigal Award for Outstanding Metropolitan Trial Court Judge) and Ma. Christine Imperial-Bernarte, Branch Clerk of Court Naga City RTC Branch 24. Tetch Torres, INQUIRER.net

 
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