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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

PCSO Lotto Results For Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Draws

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The Latest Philippine PCSO Lotto Results for Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Draws:

LOTTO GAME:  4-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/22/2017
EVENING 9:00PM:  
JACKPOT PRIZE:
WINNER(S):
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  Suertres 3-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/22/2017
MORNING 11AM:  4-4-8
WINNER(S):
AFTERNOON 4PM:  4-4-8
WINNER(S):  304
EVENING 9PM:  
WINNER(S):
JACKPOT PRIZE:  4,500.00
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  EZ2 2-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/22/2017
MORNING 11AM:  26-16
WINNER(S):
AFTERNOON 4PM:  04-27
WINNER(S):
EVENING 9PM:  
WINNER(S):
JACKPOT PRIZE:  4,000.00
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  Grand Lotto 6/55
DRAW DATE:  03/22/2017
COMBINATION:  
CURRENT JACKPOT:
WINNER(S):
Winning numbers in any order.

LOTTO GAME:  Mega Lotto 6/45
DRAW DATE:  03/22/2017
COMBINATION:  
CURRENT JACKPOT:
WINNER(S):
Winning numbers in any order.

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office says all prizes are tax-paid.

PCSO Lotto Results For Tuesday, March 21, 2017 Draws

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The Latest Philippine PCSO Lotto Results for Tuesday, March 21, 2017 Draws:

LOTTO GAME:  6-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/21/2017
EVENING 9:00PM:  3-6-9-0-4-2
JACKPOT PRIZE:  2,944,173.98
WINNER(S):  0
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  Suertres 3-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/21/2017
MORNING 11AM:  9-1-1
WINNER(S):  1194
AFTERNOON 4PM:  9-2-8
WINNER(S):  898
EVENING 9PM:  4-2-9
WINNER(S):  1503
JACKPOT PRIZE:  4,500.00
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  EZ2 2-Digit Lotto
DRAW DATE:  03/21/2017
MORNING 11AM:  17-02
WINNER(S):  162
AFTERNOON 4PM:  12-13
WINNER(S):  249
EVENING 9PM:  12-21
WINNER(S):  759
JACKPOT PRIZE:  4,000.00
Winning numbers in exact order.

LOTTO GAME:  Ultra Lotto 6/58
DRAW DATE:  03/21/2017
COMBINATION:  24-53-10-38-04-49
CURRENT JACKPOT:  260,552,992.00
WINNER(S):  0
Winning numbers in any order.

LOTTO GAME:  Super Lotto 6/49
DRAW DATE:  03/21/2017
COMBINATION:  36-16-03-08-41-33
CURRENT JACKPOT:  16,000,000.00
WINNER(S):  0
Winning numbers in any order.

LOTTO GAME:  National Lotto 6/42
DRAW DATE:  03/21/2017
COMBINATION:  03-21-12-07-38-15
CURRENT JACKPOT:  6,000,000.00
WINNER(S):  0
Winning numbers in any order

The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office says all prizes are tax-paid.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Moro Rebels Yield Guns As They Receive Farm Tools, Animals From President Duterte

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Jacob Palao, 56, is not your typical guerrilla. Three days a week, he fights with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and he spends the rest of the week farming.

On Wednesday, March 15, Palao’s choice became clear.


He and 126 other MILF combatants received farm tools and animals from the Office of the Presidential Peace Adviser on the Peace Process (Opapp) in Camp Darapanan here, an MILF base.

“I thought about it but I didn’t expect it to come too soon,” Palao said after Irene Santiago, Opapp project implementation Chair for Bangsamoro, distributed plows, farm implements and farm animals.

“At my age, I never expected that carrying guns in the name of the struggle would end,” Palao said.

“Instead, I will be using plows and carabaos as I farm,” he said, wiping tears.

Palao had spent many years of his life in combat until the government and MILF struck a peace deal in 2014, which gave him hope for an end to a life of war.

The farming assistance, said Palao, would help MILF combatants lead productive lives.

“I can now live peacefully with my family,” he said.

“It’s unlike in the past when I could not tell whether I would come home alive or not,” he added.

Among those distributed to MILF members were 103 carabaos; 83 cattle head; goats; rice and corn seeds; rubber and fruit seedlings; and fertilizers.

Agriculture Undersecretary Ranibai Dilangalen said the aid was part of President Duterte’s commitment to the peace process with Moro rebels, who had agreed to an expanded autonomous region.

Santiago said the program was different from previous livelihood programs that were offered to rebels.

“We are looking at changes and these are not just giving and receiving. This is about making social change not only with the decommissioned combatants but also their communities,” Santiago said.

Palao’s Armalite rifle was among the MILF weapons that have been turned over to a panel overseeing the transition of MILF guerrillas from combatants to productive members of the community.

Foreign observers are keeping watch over the firearms.

But the low-key ceremony showed MILF guerrillas were now reaping the fruits of the peace process.

Palao said he hoped his transition from a life of conflict to full-time farmer would help send his children to school.

Source: Inquirer

MUST WATCH: Australian Foreign Minister Says World Can Learn From President Rody Duterte Victory

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Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop stated the world can learn from the unprecedented electoral victory of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who vowed to eliminate day-to-day problems such as crime and traffic.

In an exclusive Rappler Talk interview, Bishop said: “I think that President Duterte was responding to the concerns of the people of the Philippines, and the lesson for politicians around the world is to tap into the concerns, particularly of those who feel left behind by globalization, those who have been affected by the disruption of technologies, and those who fear change.”

“And we’re seeing the consequences of that around the world, whether it’s Brexit, the US presidential election, or even here in the Philippines. But we’re also seeing outcomes in elections in Europe, so I think it’s a phenomenon that will be with us for some time,” Bishop added.

She then described these times as “uncertain” and “restless,” and said elected officials “have to respond to those concerns.”

Watch the video below:



Source: Rappler

MUST WATCH: US Senator Richard Black Urges Other Nations To Respect President Duterte And Filipino Culture

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In an interview with EIR Asia Expert Mike Billington, Virginia State Senator Richard Black stated that Americans should not intervene on Philippine government’s war on drugs and respect the Filipino culture.

The Senator cited that President Rodrigo Roa Duterte was once a Mayor in a lawless city and he was ruthless to criminals, therefore he brought law and order into the city.

“The people of the Philippines elected Duterte by a tremendous margin since they wanted law and order, and he gave it to them. They have chosen a very strong ruler,” he said.

He also mentioned that the United States also had a war on drugs, but it was quickly undermined by state politicians and now the drug problems are wide open.

In dealings with drugs, the US should get inspiration from the Philippines, where the President viewed it as a war and not just a police action, as their situation in drug trade is getting worse.

Furthermore, in the recent declaration of President Duterte to separate PH from the US, Black said that US is to blame as the government should have dealt with Philippines in a more sensitive fashion.

He pointed out that the Chinese offered assistance, while the United States offered condemnation.

“It would be a shame to lose our alliance with the Philippines,” the Senator stressed.

Watch the video below:



Source: LaRouchePAC Videos

MUST WATCH: Amid Criticisms, Sandara Park Proudly Shows To Koreans That Philippines Is Safe

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Amid criticisms, Korean Pop Superstar Sandara Park proudly showed to Koreans that the Philippines is a safe country.

Having lived in the Philippines for quite a long time before being an idol in Korea, Sandara proved how much she knows about the Philippines which is understood to be a dangerous place by many.

In a video episode of “Battle Trip” uploaded by Team Philippines, Sandara clarified that Philippines is not a dangerous place to go by introducing some of the beautiful spots where she and her team traveled.

Meanwhile, Netizens lauded how Sandara Park defended the Philippines from her foreign friends.

As of writing, the viral video already generated more than 45,000 Facebook reactions, 28,000 shares and with more than 1 million views in less than 24 hours.

Watch the video below:



Source: Team Philippines

MUST WATCH: PAGCOR Chief Slams VP Leni Robredo Over UN Video At ASEAN Gaming Summit

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Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) Chief Andrea Domingo slammed Vice President Leni Robredo over UN video at the 1st ASEAN Gaming Summit, Tuesday, March 21.

Speaking in front of the foreign investors, Domingo urged them not to believe the claims of VP Robredo.

“Please, do not believe Leni Robredo,” she said.

The PAGCOR Chairman believes that the video message of VP Robredo sent to United Nation is part of a demolition job against the Duterte administration.

Domingo said VP Robredo’s actions showed “she will do anything” to become president.

“I really view her as a female creature who wants to be President so bad and so fast she would do anything, go there under any manner or circumstance except go through the legal electoral process that President Duterte went through,” said Domingo.

“Please, I'm sorry that I have to tell you this, but she maligned my country, she maligned my Filipino people, she maligned my policemen, she maligned my president in an international forum, the United Nation Commission on Narcotics,” she added.

Watch the video below:



Source: Bloomberg TV Philippines

More Than 200 Filipinos Travelled Five Hours To Personally Meet Pres. Rody Duterte In Myanmar

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More than 200 Filipinos traveled five hours from Yangon going to Nay Pyi Taw to personally see President Rody Duterte in the Filipino community meeting on the first day of his official visit to Myanmar on Sunday, March 19, 2017.

Majority of the Filipinos in Myanmar are based in Yangon and a good number of them immediately registered to participate in the Filipino community meeting upon learning the news from the Philippine Embassy in Yangon.

The President won in the Overseas Absentee Voting (OAV) in Myanmar, garnering 56 percent of the overseas Filipino votes in the May 2016 elections.

President Duterte arrived at the Nay Pyi Taw International Airport to commence his official visit to Myanmar on Saturday.

Philippine Ambassador to Myanmar Alex Chua and Defense and Armed Forces Attache Colonel Edgardo De Leon welcomed the President upon his arrival.

Myanmar officials were also present to greet the Chief Executive.

President Duterte’s visit aims to further strengthen relations between the Philippines and Myanmar as the two countries recently celebrated the 60th anniversary of the establishment of bilateral relations.

The trip will also focus on improving trade and investment relations.

Source: Concept Central

OFW Bank, OFW Identification Card System To Be Launched By President Duterte This Year

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Labor Secretary Silvestre H. Bello III said that the OFW Bank and ID system, both meant to benefit and ease the lives of overseas Filipino workers, will be operational this year.

“They will be launched this year. The OFW identification card system will be put in place in March while the OFW Bank will be operational by November,” Sec. Bello said.

The OFW Bank and ID system were both approved by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte to improve the lives of OFWs.

“Ang mga OFW natin nagsasakripisyo. Sa OFW ID at OFW Bank, matutulungan sila ng gobyerno na mas maging mabilis, maaayos, at kapakipakinabang ang kanilang mga transaksyon” Sec. Bello said.

According to Secretary Bello, the OFW ID system is a major component of the Integrated DOLE System (iDOLE) which links the databases of DOLE with the databases of other government agencies such as the Department of Foreign Affairs, Social Security System, Commission of Higher Education (CHED) and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA).

“The OFW can present the card to government agencies for verification of his information and processing of a document, and he can even use the card to transact business with the OFW Bank and other government banks,” he said.

The Labor Chief added that the OFW card will lessen, if not eradicate concerns on the authenticity of documents presented since a verification of the documents can be done online.

“Mawawala na rin yung mga pekeng dokumento tulad ng training o school certificate. Malalaman kaagad kung authentic yung dokumento dahil maaaring i-validate online,” he said.

The OFW ID card system will also lessen the long queue and time spent in transacting with the government since the government services can be accessed online.

The ID card will also serve as a debit card and an ATM card for OFW banks as well as a Beep card for the LRT and MRT.

Meanwhile, Secretary Bello said the OFW Bank will cater to remittances and other banking needs of Filipino migrant workers all over the world.

The OFWs will become part owners of the bank through shares of stocks and have their own credit facilities.

Establishment of an OFW bank is among the campaign promises of the President.

The ownership of the bank is open to all 4.8 million OFWs at P1,000 per share. Total OFW remittance for 2016 stood at US$ 28 billion.

The Labor Secretary said that the OFW Bank will be among the largest commercial banks in the country to be bankrolled by key government and private agencies.

The capital for the OFW bank amounting to P3 billion will come from the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, the Employees Compensation Commission and the OFWs themselves.

Source: PIA.Gov

Monday, March 20, 2017

VP Leni Robredo Used As “Political Animal” By Critics To Discredit President Rody Duterte

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MalacaƱang is not discounting the possibility that Vice President Leni Robredo might have been tapped as “political animal” by the critics of President Rodrigo Duterte to secure his impeachment.

Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said VP Robredo’s video message to the United Nations (UN) calling for international scrutiny on the Philippines’ drug war, and the Thursday’s filing of first impeachment case against the President could not be disregarded as just “mere coincidence.”

Abella issued the statement even after the President, in a press conference held last Monday, absolved VP Robredo from oust plots by his political rivals to “make him unpopular” and remove him from office.

Despite this, VP Robredo called on the UN to investigate President Duterte’s war on illegal drugs that killed thousands of individuals.

The Vice President said international community’s concern over the Philippines drug war “gives us comfort, courage, and hope.”

Abella said the Vice President is in a “pathetic” situation as she could possibly be used to discredit the Chief Executive.

“If it is not her personal intent, she may have played into the hands of those who wish to use her as a political animal. Either way it is a pathetic state of affairs for her,” he added.

On Thursday, Magdalo Representative Gary Alejano filed the first impeachment complaint against President Duterte.

He said the President committed culpable violation of the Constitution, betrayal of public trust, graft and corruption, and other high crimes.

Abella said Alejano took advantage of filing the case on the last day of session in Congress as it “secures him a whole month and a half to malign President Duterte without being challenged by fellow legislators.”

Congress has been on Lenten break until May 2.

Abella reiterated that the impeachment complaint was “an orchestrated effort of a well-funded destabilization campaign” against the President.

President Duterte revealed this week that mining firms are funding the opposition groups to damage his reputation but clarified that VP Robredo was not among the critics being funded.

Source: Sunstar PH

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