Senate Minority Leader Aquilino Q. Pimentel, Jr. (PDP-Laban) today expressed confidence that the bicameral conference will be able to reconcile all conflicting provisions of the Senate and House versions of the bill extending the comprehensive program and come up with a consolidated bill.
Statement of Senator Nene Pimentel on bicameral conference committee deliberations on bill extending the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program
1. All major issues have been resolved.
Statement of Senator Nene Pimentel on the transfer of Raul Gonzalez from the Department of Justice to Malacañang as Chief Presidential Legal Counsel
The usefulness of Raul Gonzales as DOJ Chief to his boss has dwindled. Probably Agnes Devanadera is more pliable than Raul.
Senate Minority Leader Aquilino Q. Pimentel, Jr. (PDP-Laban) today condemned the slaying of farmer-leader Rene Penas, who was at the forefront of the campaign to persuade Congress to extend the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP).
Senate Minority Leader Aquilino Q. Pimentel, Jr. (PDP-Laban) today dispelled the speculation that the move in Congress to enact a right to reply legislation has something to do with the 2010 elections.
STATEMENT OF SENATOR AQUILINO Q. PIMENTEL, JR., ON THE RAILROADING OF HOUSE RESOLUTION ON CHARTER CHANGE
House resolution on Charter Change without the participation of the Senate is the dying gasp of a terminally-ill House that wishes to bring the nation to the brink of upheaval.
Senate Minority Leader Aquilino Q. Pimentel, Jr. (PDP-Laban) is seeking the approval of a legislation that will entitle casual or temporary state workers with at least five years of continuous, efficient government service to civil service eligibility.
With the amendments to the bill on the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program nearly finished, the Senate is expected to approve the Malacanang-certified measure on second and third reading during its session today.
Minority Leader Aquilino Q. Pimentel, Jr. (PDP-Laban) today advised former Cavite Rep. Gilbert Remulla, spokesman of Sen. Manuel Villar and the Nacionalista Party, to bring his complaint of defamatory and unparliamentary language against Sen. Jamby Madrigal to the courts instead of pursuing it with the Senate Ethics Committee in order not to politicize it.
(On Lakas-Kampi merger) I think that strangely the two parties have adopted a policy of political suicide considering that no matter what they do, if they are identified with the administration, I think they are in for a shock in 2010.
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