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Mocha Uson et al- the Best and the Brightest Among Duterte Supporters

knorrknorr 8anned by Abmin PExer

Mocha Uson et al- the Best and the Brightest Among Duterte Supporters

Di na gumagana yong thread ni Mocha Uson kaya gawa na lang tayo ng bago mga ka Pex

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  • knorrknorr 8anned by Abmin PExer

    ‘Accompanied, attended, covered’ and other ‘accomplishments’ of Mocha Uson

    Mocha Uson has accompanied the president, covered and attended events and “scheduled visits to different government agencies,” according to her job description, duties and 2017 accomplishments released by the Presidential Communications Operations Office.

    Photos of the document had circulated on social media in the first week of July, with many people commenting that Uson’s monthly salary of at least P133,454 — without tax deductions — seemed too high for her duties.

    They noticed that most her of accomplishments consisted of the words “accompanied,” “attended” and “covered.”

    Facebook user Henri Ching noted that Uson should have a “results-based evaluation” instead, where the results of her works are indicated — not just its implementation.

    “After doing these ‘accomplishments’, what were the effects? Based on these results, IF ANY, should she still go on and do the same things? Or change plans? Should she still continue to accompany everyone? Best in accompaniment,” he wrote.

    The document was requested on Jan. 26, 2018 by Jerreme Gerolaga through the government’s Freedom of Information website or FOI.

    Gerolaga said that Uson “has been bashed by many Anti-Duterte trolls or real people about her position and her work. I think this may be because they don’t know why she has been appointed as ASec and for all I know her appointment was because of her 5M followers in social media and through her it expands the reach of PCOO.”

    “But it is much better to know her Job Description in black and white copy. I am a Duterte supporter and a follower of Mocha Uson,” he said.

    On Feb. 15, 2018, Kristian Ablan, assistant secretary and FOI decision maker, approved the request and attached Uson’s job description and her accomplishments for 2017, along with PCOO’s Department Order 13 that listed the “Creation of the Social Media Office (SMO).”

    Uson’s duties: The real deal 

    SMO is under the Office of the Secretary. In summary, SMO’s function is to create social media content for PCOO, as well as analyze online campaigns and coordinate social media messages.

    It is headed by the PCOO’s assistant secretary of social media, Mocha Uson.

    Her duty, along with the staff of SMO, is to create content for the social media page of PCOO, which has been criticized for its numerous errors. In fact, even the Embassy of Sweden took note of the infamous “Norwegia” mistake.

    PCOO is supposed to be a “vehicle of understanding for a well-informed and enlightened citizenry,” according to its vision.

    Uson earns P106,454 as her gross salary, P20,000 as her monthly representation and transportation allowance, P2,000 as her monthly personal economic relief allowance and P5,000 as her monthly extraordinary and miscellaneous expenses.

    Furthermore, Uson is required to receive a mid-year and a year-end bonus that is equivalent to a monthly salary.

    On top of that, the PCOO assistant secretary is entitled to a yearly clothing allowance of P5,000 and a cash gift worth P5,0000.

    Assistant secretaries of government offices receive a salary grade of level 29 or a monthly gross salary of at least P128,467.





  • knorrknorr 8anned by Abmin PExer
    edited July 2018
    Da Best nga...



  • knorrknorr 8anned by Abmin PExer
    Nag paparty si Mocha sa Camp Crame. There goes your moolah folks

    Add to her accomplishment as... Organized. :lol:


  • 1delaX1delaX Member ✭✭
    wala kang ginawa kundi kabalastugan at kababuyan GAGO  TANGEENA MO 
  • knorrknorr 8anned by Abmin PExer
    edited July 2018
    B!tch, truth hurts. Get a [email protected] band aid :lol:


    1delaX
    said:
    wala kang ginawa kundi kabalastugan at kababuyan GAGO  TANGEENA MO 

  • private-iprivate-i Member ✭✭✭
    UNITED LIBERAL OPPOSITION PARTY. ULOL. SOUNDS GOOD.

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  • elBartoloelBartolo Member ✭✭✭
    Si Mocha lang pala katapat ni VP =) =)
  • knorrknorr 8anned by Abmin PExer
    Ah ok, pwede din maging VP si aydol mong presidential escort

  • private-iprivate-i Member ✭✭✭

    United Liberal Opposition Leaders (U.L.O.L) Recruitment Formula
    4 Groups x 10 Members x 4 Recruits = 1,600 per Month Opposition.

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  • private-iprivate-i Member ✭✭✭
    NAKU WALA KA TALAGANG MARIRINIG NA POSITIVE COMMENTS ABOUT PACQUIAO'S WIN FROM THE YELLOWS. IN FACT, SINISIRAAN PA NGA NILA EH. =)




    The bitter pill of Pacquiao’s win


    HOTSPOT - Mocha Uson (The Philippine Star) - July 17, 2018 - 12:00am

    Last Sunday, the nation had finally witnessed a long awaited win by Sen. Manny Pacquiao. He did not just win over Lucas Mathysse, he won by knockout – his first in nine years. Many have been bashing the “people’s champ” for a wide range of reasons lately, but all of these stem from one source: his burning passion to serve the country, both in and out of the ring.

    Before his match with Mathysse, I have been seeing a lot of bashing toward Sen. Pacquiao. On social media his detractors were saying that he should just stick to boxing and not meddle with politics, that he has done nothing as a senator, and to the extent that he is a misogynist harboring hatred against gays. I do not always agree with his statements, but I believe that Sen. Pacquiao does not deserve any of these remarks coming from naysayers, to think he is making the most out of his capacities to foster our nation’s pride.

    It also came as a surprise to me that the Liberal Party, known for their credit-grabbing and grandstanding antics, did not say anything toward Sen. Pacquiao’s win. We haven’t heard from Leni Robredo yet, when she has been dabbling on almost every burning issue the country is facing. Nor have we heard anything from Bam Aquino, Sen. Pacquiao’s colleague in the upper house who has developed the habit of driving the bandwagon whenever the administration accomplishes something, always acting as if he owned these feats. Is it that difficult to be happy for your fellow Filipino who brought home an achievement for the country to be proud of, just because you are not on the same side of the coin?

    It just goes to show that Sen. Pacquiao’s win is an utterly bitter pill for them to swallow.

    This bitterness also resonates in the tweets of Florin Hilbay, who has been trying hard to amplify Sen. Pacquiao’s flaws and so-called incompetence, while at the same time giving tongue-in-cheek remarks to the latter’s win. Meanwhile, former Presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte still wants to package the senator as a person of ill-will in this time of victory.

    Perhaps they haven’t – and will never accept the fact that Sen. Pacquiao is capable of doing something extraordinary, something no politician or political party can do, and that is bring Filipinos from all sides of the spectrum together to cheer for the country, to make them proud of themselves as Filipinos and as a nation, even for just a brief moment in time. In his triumphs and losses, we Filipinos are with him, as he is with us. This is exactly the reason he was elected as senator, because we Filipinos are yearning for someone who can breathe inspiration for us to work toward our aspirations, someone who can bring us together despite our differences, as one nation. This is also the very reason we voted for President Duterte.

    Let me remind you that the main duties of senators in essence is to draft bills and pass them into laws that will serve to benefit the people. During his two years in office, Sen. Pacquiao has been taking an active role in the legislature. He has authored 36 bills, one of which was passed into law as RA 10929 aka “Free Internet Access in Public Places.” He also filed SB 194 or 180 Days Maternity Leave for Women (currently substituted by SB 1305), and was instrumental in the inclusion of tobacco tax increase in the TRAIN Law. Clearly, he is doing his job as senator and is keeping true to his promise of filing sensible legislations that benefit the common Filipino.

    Sen. Manny Pacquiao is a true champ, on and off the ring. He is a champ not only because of his victories as a boxer, not just for doing his job as a senator, but because he works hard to achieve his dreams for our people, no matter how small they look, no matter how difficult they seem reach.

    And to those who were quick to judge, I ask: what have you been doing to help better our nation?


    Read more at https://www.philstar.com/opinion/2018/07/17/1834169/bitter-pill-pacquiaos-win#VoZg33hi5zdWKHMv.99

  • peterinpeterin Member ✭✭✭
    Ito bang si mocha ng government ay si Sherlyn dito sa Pex?  Anyone knows?
  • knorrknorr 8anned by Abmin PExer

    Social ang phuta. Ito na gamit nya kasi matraffic daw.


  • buddywbuddyw Member ✭✭✭

    Walang command responsibility? PCOO probes 5 officials in P40M ASEAN fund scam

    The Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) on Friday assured that it would address the Commission on Audit’s (COA) findings on the alleged procurement irregularities in the Association of Southeast Asian Nation (ASEAN) events in 2017.

    PCOO Undersecretary for Legal Affairs Marvin Gatpayat said at least five individuals including two PCOO deputy officials are now being investigated for possible violation of procurement laws.

    “It’s under investigation. Let’s just say more or less around five,” Gatpayat told the media in an interview.

    While the communications official refused to name names, he said the two PCOO officials have been designated to handle the ASEAN Committee on Media Affairs and Strategic Communications (CMASC) which was assigned to PCOO.

    To avoid any trial by publicity, we will just announce their names at the proper time,” said Gatpayat, who is also the chief of staff of PCOO Secretary Martin Andanar.

    According to COA reports, the PCOO had awarded contracts to suppliers with over-the-budget quotations and split purchases for giveaways and vans which is a violation of the procurement law.

    In a statement, the PCOO said investigation has started as early as April or a month after the PCOO received the Audit Observation Memorandum (OAM) “on the aforementioned procurement irregularities”.

    “As ordered by the Secretary, the PCOO Legal Department is conducting an investigation on the matter. Show cause memorandums have been issued and an investigation report is forthcoming,” Gatpayat read from the statement.

    As early as January this year, Gatpayat said the PCOO received reports that there might have been “some indiscretions” in the conduct of procurement in the ASEAN event.

    Gatpayat said an office order has been issued reconstituting the PCOO-Bids and Awards Committee and PCOO-BAC II, “effectively replacing their respective chairpersons”.

    “To strengthen our procurement process, and to comply with the observations of the COA, we also created an interim procurement service unit (PSU),” Gatpayat said.

    He said the PSU is already performing support functions in relation to the preparation of supporting documents and to ensure strict compliance with the Government Procurement Reform Act.

    “In view of the foregoing, the public can rest assured that this Office will undertake all needed actions and reforms to uphold the integrity of the PCOO,” he said.

    Gatpayat added that COA has the option to ask the Office of the Ombudsman to look into the matter.

    “But definitely, we will conduct our investigation and penalize people who violated any government law,” he said.


  • knorrknorr 8anned by Abmin PExer

    Talamak na talaga ang mga modern day magnanakaw ngayon


  • knorrknorr 8anned by Abmin PExer
    Wow, walang sinabi si Trollfo
  • knorrknorr 8anned by Abmin PExer
    May paglalagyan ka mandarambong

  • SagabaLSagabaL Member ✭✭
    i think it's both :lol:
  • knorrknorr 8anned by Abmin PExer
    Isaksak mo sa baga

  • netopiannetopian Member ✭✭✭
    Ang dami mong satsat against Mocha. Maglabas ka na ng pruweba na si Mocha mismo ang gumastos ng 1.3 billion for her travels and internet. Ikaw yata ang bobo kasi ang dami mong hanash hanggang post ka lang dito. :lol: :lol:
  • private-iprivate-i Member ✭✭✭

    Credit goes to the creator of this meme.

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