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  1. #41
    ^^ naawa din ako sa mga matitino naman diyan sa CHR

    nadamay lang sa matigas na ulo ng boss nila parang si Bautista lang

  2. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by ylle45 View Post
    http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/news/...hr-says/story/

    under Etta Rosales pinasok nila yung macho dancing issue kay Revilliame

    gumagana ang link
    pasok sa pwede pa rin nilang imbestigahan at gawan ng recommendation.. and anyone can see na ang naging hands-on talaga na dept is DSWD..

  3. #43
    ^^yes true to that pero ang sinasabing sa gov't brutality lang CHR ek ek ang nakakainis, kaya naman pala nila manghimasok sa ibang issues

    infairness parang mas ok pa si Etta Rosales kaysa kay Gascon

    baka nga kahit kay De [email protected] panalo pa si De Lima

  4. #44
    bully tactics are everywhere..

    you don't want to toe the line and follow our lead?

    how about 'we' hostage your budget..? or how would you like it if 'we' impeach your chief..?

    and all of this sh|t, is courtesy of the fair-weathered crocs in the congress.. you know, the ones that used to be noynoying's lapdogs but is now displaying their smug fscked up faces, stumbling all over themselves, to please their new overlord..

  5. #45
    anu ba aasahan mo sa mga balimbings...

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by ylle45 View Post
    ^^yes true to that pero ang sinasabing sa gov't brutality lang CHR ek ek ang nakakainis, kaya naman pala nila manghimasok sa ibang issues

    infairness parang mas ok pa si Etta Rosales kaysa kay Gascon

    baka nga kahit kay De [email protected] panalo pa si De Lima
    ilang ulit bang ipapaliwanag sa inyo..??

    yung ang main na mandate ng CHR.. to investigate abuses by the government against the public..

    yun ang reason for being nila.. dahil sa lagim na dinanas ng mga pilipino sa kamay ng original douch3bag na hero daw..

    anak ng.. anong dumbing down graphics pa ba ang kailangan na i-disseminate sa socmed para maintindihan ng mga panatiko ni DDS King?

  7. #47
    ^^ayoko ko din naman kay Alvarez

    hindi naman matatawag ang congress na buwaya for nothing

  8. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by h0lysh|tyousuck View Post
    ilang ulit bang ipapaliwanag sa inyo..??

    yung ang main na mandate ng CHR.. to investigate abuses by the government against the public..

    yun ang reason for being nila.. dahil sa lagim na dinanas ng mga pilipino sa kamay ng original douch3bag na hero daw..

    anak ng.. anong dumbing down graphics pa ba ang kailangan na i-disseminate sa socmed para maintindihan ng mga panatiko ni DDS King?
    totoo naman yan pero sana magimbestiga sila Gascon kapag kaalyado ng LP na nasa gobyerno hanggang ngayon ang nangaabuso

  9. #49
    heto na naman tayo..

    example ng 'kaalyado ng LP na nasa gobyerno hanggang ngayon ang nangaabuso'..

    na dapat imbestigahan ng CHR..

    name of the douch3bag and what douch3bagger he/she commits..

    and please lang sana huwag mo biglang i-mention ang luisita.. 'cause that uson et. al. talking-point have been proven to be just that.. a talking-point that would not pass scrutiny..

  10. #50
    ^^hintay tayo may lalabas din yan na issue soon

    hindi namana ko fan ni Uson sana nga makasuhan yan ni Trililing

  11. #51
    Dapat yung kabaligtaran yung ginawa nila. Lahat ng hindi CHR, isang libo lang ang budget, tapos yung natitira, isaksak nila sa baga ng maarteng institusyon na yon.

    Taong bayan na mismo bubuwag sa CHR kung magkataon.

  12. #52
    Sino bang "independent" / "neutral" HR lawyer ang pwedeng mag lead/head ng CHR if Gascon indeed decides to step down?

  13. #53
    Quote Originally Posted by ylle45 View Post
    ^^hintay tayo may lalabas din yan na issue soon

    hindi namana ko fan ni Uson sana nga makasuhan yan ni Trililing
    so wala pa, pero you are crucifying CHR na dahil ayaw niyo kay Gascon..

    gotcha.. understand it, loud and clear..

    akala ko kasi mayroon na talaga kaya nagpuputok ang butse ninyo, lalo na sa socmed..

  14. #54
    Quote Originally Posted by absinthe_888 View Post
    Sino bang "independent" / "neutral" HR lawyer ang pwedeng mag lead/head ng CHR if Gascon indeed decides to step down?
    it doesn't matter who is put there.. if they do not kowtow to DDS King, like Gascon is doing.. and when I say kowtow, I mean the same floor-cleaning scraping and bowing the crocs in the congress are currently doing, he/she'll be just tagged as 'DILAWAN', 'DRUG LORD/ADDICT PROTECTOR' or 'DESTABILIZER' and be subjected to this kind of bully tactics again..

  15. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by h0lysh|tyousuck View Post
    so wala pa, pero you are crucifying CHR na dahil ayaw niyo kay Gascon..

    gotcha.. understand it, loud and clear..

    akala ko kasi mayroon na talaga kaya nagpuputok ang butse ninyo, lalo na sa socmed..
    not really wala pa

    yes magresign lang si Gascon para masave ang CHR

    pwede naman si Acosta diyan

  16. #56
    Quote Originally Posted by absinthe_888 View Post
    Sino bang "independent" / "neutral" HR lawyer ang pwedeng mag lead/head ng CHR if Gascon indeed decides to step down?
    Acosta IMO.

  17. #57
    Yun bang Hacienda Luisita Massacre ay inimbestigahan ng CHR? Natapos ba? Ano ang verdict nila?

    Di ko kasi alam , kaya nagtatanong ako.

  18. #58
    natawa na lang kasi wala naman maibigay na sample..

    para kang binatukan in advance sa slight na maaaring mong gawin o hindi gawin sa hinaharap..

    SMH..

  19. #59
    para walang away si leni robredo na lang ilagay sa chr. para may pakinabang naman ang pekeng posisyon nya

    tsaka lawyer siya di ba?

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    Senate can’t dictate CHR budget – Speaker

    MANILA, Philippines — The House of Representatives will not allow itself to be dictated to by the Senate on the matter of the 2018 budget of the Commission on Human Rights, Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez said.

    “Ako, ginagalang ko ang Senado, pero hindi basta ‘yun ang gusto ng Senado, ‘yun ang masusunod (I, I respect the Senate, but it doesn’t mean what the Senate wants should be followed),” he said in an interview over radio station dzMM on Thursday, September 14.

    He said the House contingent would sit down with their Senate counterparts in the bicameral conference to thresh out their different versions of the General Appropriation Act, including the budget of the CHR budget.

    In the P3.767-trillion budget the House approved on second reading Tuesday, September 12, the CHR was given only P1,000 by lawmakers, mainly administration allies, who claim the agency has been partial to criminals, particularly suspects slain in the government’s war on drugs.

    But several senators, including those from the majority as well as Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III, have vowed to restore the CHR’s allocation when they deliberate its proposed budget.

    However, Alvarez insisted the P1,000 budget was fitting for an agency he claimed was not doing its job as he maintained that the CHR’s mandate is to protect the human rights of all persons, not of a particular sector.

    “Kaya lang, mayroon silang notion na kailangan lang daw ay bantayan nila na ‘yung mga puwersa ng gobyerno ay hindi lumampas doon sa karapatang pantao nu’ng mga kriminal. Aba, malinaw na malinaw ang Saligang Batas na dapat protektahan nila at pangalagaan ang karapatang pantao ng lahat ng tao hindi lamang ng mga criminal (However, they have a notion that they only need to watch that state forces do not violate the human rights of criminal. But the Constitution is very clear that they should protect and ensure the human rights of all persons and not just criminals),” he said.

    Created under the 1987 Philippine Constitution, the CHR is mandated to conduct investigations into violations of the human rights of marginalized and vulnerable sectors of the society.

    For 2018, the CHR sought a budget of P649.48 million (including retirement and pensions), P100 million lower than its 2017 budget.

    Some critics of the House decision to slash the CHR budget called the move unconstitutional since it would be tantamount to effective abolition, something Congress cannot do to a constitutional body.

    Alvarez, however, said he reviewed the mandate of the CHR and claimed it has “no physical autonomy, unlike the Supreme Court and other constitutional offices.”

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