Aquino appoints Sereno to be the Philippines' 1st female Supreme Court chief justice

Aug 24, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Washington Post

President Benigno Aquino III has appointed the Philippines' first female Supreme Court chief justice after her predecessor was removed for violating the constitution.

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Aug 28, 2012
 
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a lot of flowery words meaning absolutely nothing. just a chamce to be in the news, since it is already known that 4 people on the list scored low (failed) the psych tests and the educational aptitude tests.
to filipinos that means nothing of course. why would it? they never think a process through fully.
sereno, being one that failed the tests was aquinos obvious choice , as he let 2 appoitment deadlines pass until he got the CJ he wanted and could use as his puppet.
once again the world watches and laughs at your so-called democratic gov. with wide eyed amazement.
INSTITUTIONALIZE IS THE KEY WORD HERE.
think aquino is concerned about filipinos here or maybe just Hacienda Luisita?
filipinos always being forced to swallow shite.
And those in the JBC seat submitted the list to Pres. Aquino who picked up Sereno (his protegee)..

and the first thing Sereno did was to affirm the cost of Hacienda Luisita in favor of the Aquino family!

So the agenda to impeach Corona because of Hacienda Luisita is emerging as one of the reasons...lol lol lol
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And those in the JBC seat submitted the list to Pres. Aquino who picked up Sereno (his protegee)..
and the first thing Sereno did was to affirm the cost of Hacienda Luisita in favor of the Aquino family!
So the agenda to impeach Corona because of Hacienda Luisita is emerging as one of the reasons...lol lol lol
I don't believe thats the reason! They impeach Corona because his the problem he lie about his net worth among other thing! If Renato Corona, Is not impeach Gloria Arroyo, Well be dancing in the street by now.
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It is the law that the farms should be given to the farmers as the law believes their right after tilling the lands for decades. I just wonder if there are among those farmers in Hacienda Luisita living above poverty...when I saw their pictures, they look washed out of hardships and malnourished..
Here in the US, the farmers are being helped by the government, so they are progressive and live a good life unlike the farmers of Hacienda Luisita.
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Agriculture subsidy, from a Congressional Budget Office report. Note: chart does not show sugar subsidies.
Main articles: Agricultural policy in the United States and Agricultural subsidy
Agriculture in the United States is primarily governed by periodically renewed U.S. farm bills. Governance is both a federal and a local responsibility with the United States Department of Agriculture being the federal department responsible. Government aid includes research into crop types and regional suitability as well as many kinds of subsidies, some price supports and loan programs. U.S. farmers are not subject to production quotas and some laws are different for farms compared to other workplaces.
Labor laws prohibiting children in other workplaces provide some exemptions for children working on farms with complete exemptions for children working on their family's farm. Children can also gain permits from vocational training schools or the 4-H club which allow them to do jobs they would otherwise not be permitted to do.
A large part of the U.S. farm workforce is made up of migrant and seasonal workers, many of them recent immigrants from Latin America or aliens working under work permits. Additional laws apply to these workers and their housing which is often provided by the farmer."
In the philippines there is no such thing as richs farmer's. Farmer in the philippines barely eat and even if they're given these land they're still be a poor farmer who try to survive everyday.

In the philippines only the richs can eat and the rest of us just die with hunger.
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In the philippines there is no such thing as richs farmer's. Farmer in the philippines barely eat and even if they're given these land they're still be a poor farmer who try to survive everyday.
In the philippines only the richs can eat and the rest of us just die with hunger.
Let them have this good opportunity of owning the land they tilted for generations....they can leave that to their grandchildren to change or improve their way of living not dependent on meager income as farmers of Hacienda Luisita. If they fail, then they have only themselves to blame...however, I hope they will be helped by the government like technology and financial loan without interest.
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I don't believe thats the reason! They impeach Corona because his the problem he lie about his net worth among other thing! If Renato Corona, Is not impeach Gloria Arroyo, Well be dancing in the street by now.
Believe me one of the reasons. His puppet de lima plus Sereno in the SC.... that is called "power" of a dictatorship.

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Let them have this good opportunity of owning the land they tilted for generations....they can leave that to their grandchildren to change or improve their way of living not dependent on meager income as farmers of Hacienda Luisita. If they fail, then they have only themselves to blame...however, I hope they will be helped by the government like technology and financial loan without interest.
LOL you are so funny. Leave to their grandchildren so the one piece of land is split amongst say 36 grandchildren (6kids x 6kids). They will sell it to be rich for a day and then move to be a squatter in Manila as they have no land and no job.
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LOL you are so funny. Leave to their grandchildren so the one piece of land is split amongst say 36 grandchildren (6kids x 6kids). They will sell it to be rich for a day and then move to be a squatter in Manila as they have no land and no job.
Why wish the worse to happen to these poor farmers?

I wish them the best and God bless them?

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Why wish the worse to happen to these poor farmers?
I wish them the best and God bless them?
I don't wish that LOL just I am a realist about what will happen.
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