Category: Politiko Magazine

Poe Fights for Inclusive Recovery from Pandemic

ONE OF THE BIGGEST CHALLENGES the pandemic has set before us is finding a delicate balance between health and the economy where choosing one would sacrifice the other. But if there’s anything the lockdowns taught Filipinos, it’s to turn challenges into opportunities to do good for their kababayans, Sen. Grace Poe said.

Man of Destiny

MANNY PACQUIAO HAS ALWAYS BEEN a fighter all his life. He fought against poverty. He fought to provide a good life for his family. He fought to give pride, honor and dignity to our country.

Katapangan, Kakayahan, Katapatan

LEADING A COUNTRY TOWARD RECOVERY from the Covid-19 pandemic is a herculean task definitely not for the faint of heart. It takes courage, competence, and extensive experience to rise above the situation and address the impacts of the pandemic that has created serious consequences on Filipinos’ health, income, jobs, education, food security, and businesses.

The Pandemic Response is the Highest Priority

A SEPTEMBER 2021 Bloomberg article on what the next six months of the COVID-19 pandemic will bring provides a very sobering reminder that is especially critical now as the Philippines takes steps to gradually reopen the economy and relax tight community quarantine restrictions.

Ang laban ni Leni

It has been five years since Leni Robredo was sworn in as Vice President and assumed office after beating former Senator Bongbong Marcos by 263,473 votes. To many Robredo supporters, it was a story of another housewife yet again beating another Marcos.

The Duterte Legacy

With barely eight months to go before he steps down as the country’s 16th chief executive, President Rodrigo Duterte still enjoys a “very good” satisfaction rating on his last year in office – way higher than all of his post-EDSA predecessors.