Abigail Valte & Edwin Lacierda

Abigail Valte is the Deputy Presidential Spokesman of President Benigno Aquino III in the Philippines. Secretary Edwin Lacierda is the Presidential Spokesperson of Philippine President Benigno S. Aquino III, and an incumbent member of the Philippine Cabinet. 1.3/5

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Noynoy Aquino speaks for Malaysia. Mar Roxas speaks for Ayala. Abigail Valte speaks for Ballsy. Edwin Lacierda...
Secretary Edwin Lacierda and Usec. Abigail Valte visited RNHEALS nurses in Bacolod...
P-Noy hands off on Cha-cha By Delon Porcalla (The Philippine Star) Updated July 25, 2012 12:00 AM Comments (10) MANILA, Philippines - The Senate and the House of Representatives may go ahead with their plan to introduce amendments to economic provisions in the 1987 Constitution even without President Aquino’s blessings, a Palace official said yesterday. “Independent po iyan (Congress). They can move as they will,” deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte told journalists, when asked if the legislature should have to wait for Aquino’s imprimatur before going full blast with its Charter change initiative. Valte said it’s up to the lawmakers allied with the President to discuss the issue. “Depende na iyan talaga sa mga kaalyado, iyung mga kasama natin sa Kongreso. Yes, independent sila (It depends on our allies in Congress. Yes, they are independent),” Valte told reporters in a briefing. She declined to say, when asked, if Aquino has any preferred mode for amending the Charter. Aquino ear ...
The Palace on Friday confirmed having received a "raw and unconfirmed" intelligence report about a possible Independence Day terror attack last June 12. In a press statement, presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said, “The intelligence report indicating possible terror activity on June 12 was raw and unconfirmed." "Be that as it may, our intelligence and law enforcement community has taken measures to validate these reports, preferring to err on the side of caution," he said. Lacierda assured the public that there was no reason to worry about the country’s security. “The safety of our citizens remains among the foremost concerns of the government," he said. He added the heightened alert in Metro Manila is a preventive measure more than anything else. He explained that it was put in place to monitor the situation in the country so that any potential danger to the people might be deterred. At a press briefing, deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said there was no reason to worry because ...
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