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THE Commission on Appointments (CA) bypassed on Tuesday, March 19, 2024, the confirmation of Colonel Ranulfo Sevilla to a one-star rank Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) general following the opposition of his estranged wife, who accused him of adultery and abuse, Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri said.In an interview with reporters, Zubiri, chairperson of the CA, said the commission wanted to ensure, through a letter or a contract, that his family, particularly his children, will get sufficient financial support from him.“So to give it more time for the documentation to be completed, they moved to bypass him. He has to come back for his consideration,” he said.CA committee on national defense chairperson Representative Jurdin Jesus Romualdo said Sevilla, currently the deputy commander of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)-Special Operations Command based in Fort Magsaysay, Nueva Ecija, will revert back to his rank as colonel.During the CA committee hearing, Romualdo scolded Sevilla after claiming that he is not aware that there was an agreed amount of financial support, which he needs to fulfill to his two children, during an executive session last week. The agreed amount was half of his basic pay.Sevilla said that immediately after last week’s hearing, he sent funds to his wife, heeding the call of the commission."Hindi po ‘to ang nakarating sa akin. I was just told to offer. But if the committee so desires, I am willing to submit to that dahil alam ko naman po para sa mga anak ko… I am willing to change the letter that I wrote immediately after this just to comply with that but honestly your honor, I was not totally informed that amount. I was just told to offer an amount and I was not informed if that amount is already enough," he said."Nag-usap man tayo from 65 to 50 [percent], gusto mo nga in writing 'yun. Sabi mo nga eh, 50 tapos sabi mo hindi mo kaya hanggang bumaba ka pa nga ng 30. We mentioned the amount please 'wag ka naman magsinungaling. Tinutulungan na nga kita," Romualdo responded.In a bid to secure his promotion, Sevilla said he is “very much willing” to submit to the desire of the CA.“Kahit maiwan na lang po sa akin ang para sa pagkain ko, your honor,” he said.Last week, Sevilla’s wife, Tessa Luz Reyes-Sevilla, personally came to the Senate and testified against his ad-interim appointment, saying that he does not deserve it.Sevilla has four children currently under the care of his wife but two of them have different mothers.Reyes-Sevilla said they are only receiving a P2,000 monthly allowance from the army general.She was also physically abused by Sevilla, who is now living with another woman inside his residence at the AFP camp.In an interview on Tuesday, Reyes-Sevilla said that despite that her husband already promised to give them financial support, he is still not deserving of the promotion.“Yes I am all for him settling the obligations that he has not given to my children and to me and to the entire family for the last 7 (seven) years but that doesn’t make him an honorable man overnight na deserving of a promotion,” she said.“Because we are also talking about issues of immorality, issues of abuse. So this goes beyond money,” she added. Reyes-Sevilla said several other abused AFP personnel wives came up to her after she testified before the CA but they were afraid to unmask themselves due to fear of retaliation from their husbands.Gemini Baladad also faced the media along with Reyes-Sevilla and claimed that she was also a battered wife of a retired star-ranked general.Baladad said that despite her complaints of abuse to the AFP and the CA, her husband was still able to secure his promotion in 2007.Baladad said she suffered three miscarriages due to abuse and even their son has experienced violence in the hands of their father.“Just to make awareness that this is really happening and sana 'yung AFP, maraming nasisirang buhay, maraming nasisirang pamilya. Sana pagtuunan na ng pansin because the basic unit society is the family and the unsung heroes of the soldier is really the wife,” she said.Reyes-Sevilla urged the AFP leadership to conduct a full-blown investigation on wives experiencing sufferings similar to them.“We believe it is high time that they review, are we really implementing the gender and development program in the AFP? And if so, what are the mechanisms? How are you helping these women?” she said.“Because based on our experience, you never helped us, you never protected us. We are also citizens that deserve your protection, where is the honor, integrity and loyalty to your country and to your people? We are also your people sirs. So please protect us,” Reyes-Sevilla added. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) Top Online Gambling Sites in the Philippines Philippines CENTRAL Visayas experienced a slight uptick in its inflation rate, reaching 2.7 percent in February 2024, according to data gathered by the Philippine Statistics Authority in Central Visayas (PSA 7).PSA 7 chief statistical specialist Leopoldo Alfanta said on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, the figure is 0.2 percentage points higher than the 2.5 percent recorded in January this year.In comparison, in February 2023, the region faced a higher inflation rate of 7.4 percent.During the dissemination of the Summary Inflation Report for the Central Visayas Consumer Price Index for February this year, Alfanta highlighted at least three primary drivers of the inflationary uptick.These included increases in the inflation rates of food and non-alcoholic beverages, transport, personal care, miscellaneous goods, and services.Inflation, the gradual increase in prices of goods and services, leads to a decrease in the purchasing power of a currency. It reflects the percentage change in the average price level of goods and services over time, reducing the value of money as each unit buys fewer goods and services.National level At the national level, Alfanta said the country’s headline or overall inflation also increased to 3.4 percent in February 2024 from 2.8 percent in January 2024.This brings the national average inflation from January 2024 to February 2024 to 3.1 percent. On the other hand, a year ago, the inflation rate was higher at 8.6 percent.Among the 17 regions in the Philippines, 13 recorded faster inflation rates in February, and four regions recorded slower inflation rates relative to their January 2024 inflation rates.The state statistician said Region 1 (Ilocos) and Region 2 (Cagayan Valley) recorded the lowest inflation rates at two percent, while the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao recorded the highest inflation at 5.3 percent during the month.Key factorsAlfanta said the uptrend in the regional inflation for the last month was primarily brought about by the faster year-on-year increase on food and non-alcoholic beverages at 2.9 percent in February 2024 from 2.2 percent in January 2024.Also contributing to the uptrend of the regional inflation was the faster year-on-year increase in the indices of transport with 1.8 percent from 0.5 percent; and personal care and miscellaneous goods and services with 4.7 percent from 4.4 percent, respectively.Moreover, inflation rates for various commodity groups showed mixed trends last month. Inflation increased slightly in recreation, sports and culture, rising to 3.8 percent from 3.7 percent. Similarly, restaurants and accommodation services saw a slight uptick, reaching 4.4 percent from 4.3 percent.However, several commodity groups experienced lower inflation rates, including alcoholic beverages and tobacco which decreased to 10 percent from 10.2 percent, while clothing and footwear dropped to 2.3 percent from 2.4 percent. Housing, water, electricity, gas, and fuels also saw a decline, falling to 1.5 percent from two percent, along with furnishings, household equipment, and routine household maintenance, which decreased to 2.9 percent from 3.2 percent.Meanwhile, health remained steady at 4.5 percent, information and communication retained its previous rate of 0.3 percent, and education services remained at 1.4 percent. Financial services saw no change, staying at -0.2 percent.Food inflationMeanwhile, the regional food inflation surged to 2.9 percent from January’s 2.1 percent. But this is much lower compared to February 2023’s 9.0 percent.Last month, food contributed 36.3 percent to overall inflation. The top three contributors were cereals and cereal products with an 89 percent share, meat and other parts of slaughtered land animals with 30.6 percent, and milk, other dairy products, and eggs with 20 percent.Ready-made food and other products saw inflation, while milk, dairy, and eggs decreased. Oils and fats, along with fruits and nuts, also dropped. Additionally, fish and seafood declined faster, while sugar, confectionery, and desserts increased. / KJF

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It reflects the percentage change in the average price level of goods and services over time, reducing the value of money as each unit buys fewer goods and services.National level At the national level, Alfanta said the country’s headline or overall inflation also increased to 3.4 percent in February 2024 from 2.8 percent in January 2024.This brings the national average inflation from January 2024 to February 2024 to 3.1 percent. On the other hand, a year ago, the inflation rate was higher at 8.6 percent.Among the 17 regions in the Philippines, 13 recorded faster inflation rates in February, and four regions recorded slower inflation rates relative to their January 2024 inflation rates.The state statistician said Region 1 (Ilocos) and Region 2 (Cagayan Valley) recorded the lowest inflation rates at two percent, while the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao recorded the highest inflation at 5.3 percent during the month.Key factorsAlfanta said the uptrend in the regional inflation for the last month was primarily brought about by the faster year-on-year increase on food and non-alcoholic beverages at 2.9 percent in February 2024 from 2.2 percent in January 2024.Also contributing to the uptrend of the regional inflation was the faster year-on-year increase in the indices of transport with 1.8 percent from 0.5 percent; and personal care and miscellaneous goods and services with 4.7 percent from 4.4 percent, respectively.Moreover, inflation rates for various commodity groups showed mixed trends last month. Inflation increased slightly in recreation, sports and culture, rising to 3.8 percent from 3.7 percent. Similarly, restaurants and accommodation services saw a slight uptick, reaching 4.4 percent from 4.3 percent.However, several commodity groups experienced lower inflation rates, including alcoholic beverages and tobacco which decreased to 10 percent from 10.2 percent, while clothing and footwear dropped to 2.3 percent from 2.4 percent. Housing, water, electricity, gas, and fuels also saw a decline, falling to 1.5 percent from two percent, along with furnishings, household equipment, and routine household maintenance, which decreased to 2.9 percent from 3.2 percent.Meanwhile, health remained steady at 4.5 percent, information and communication retained its previous rate of 0.3 percent, and education services remained at 1.4 percent. Financial services saw no change, staying at -0.2 percent.Food inflationMeanwhile, the regional food inflation surged to 2.9 percent from January’s 2.1 percent. But this is much lower compared to February 2023’s 9.0 percent.Last month, food contributed 36.3 percent to overall inflation. The top three contributors were cereals and cereal products with an 89 percent share, meat and other parts of slaughtered land animals with 30.6 percent, and milk, other dairy products, and eggs with 20 percent.Ready-made food and other products saw inflation, while milk, dairy, and eggs decreased. Oils and fats, along with fruits and nuts, also dropped. Additionally, fish and seafood declined faster, while sugar, confectionery, and desserts increased. / KJF Philippine Sports Commission National Sports Associations EXPERTS have recommended the transfer of the management of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project from the Department of Transportation to the Cebu City Government saying the success of the project lies in a “competent” project management. “Let it be done by the City, by Cebu City. They are the proponents of it. Do it yourself,” said Rene Santiago, an engineer and mass transportation expert and consultant, in an interview after an executive session about the CBRT project on Wednesday, April 3, 2024.Biggest mishap of BRT?Santiago recalled telling the World Bank in 2014 that the BRT would fail, attributing 50 percent of the issue to implementation and the other 50 percent to technical aspects.Santiago said CBRT could not be an exclusive route if it passes on Escario St., given the narrowness of the main thoroughfare. He emphasized that the plan was for Osmeña Blvd., where it can become an exclusive route due to the wider lane.“I don’t see how you can make it exclusive, that section to go to Cebu IT Park. Of course, when I look at Mango Ave. it’s wider, maybe it can be exclusive,” Santiago said.Meanwhile, Nigel Paul Villarete, an engineer and an urban planner and one of the first supporters of BRT as Cebu City’s base urban transportation system since 2008, said that “everything went wrong.” However, he said he still supports the CBRT project as a mode of mass transportation.“So many things have gone wrong, so many things have gone astray and it’s very difficult for me to look back and say what’s that thing that is the (hardest) the most? It is cumulative. It’s so hard to correct now. But it is still a good project. Let’s hope for this first line. I am also hoping for the Bulacao to Ayala,” he added. CBRT’s first package covers a distance of 2.38 kilometers from the Cebu South Bus Terminal along N. Bacalso Ave. to the front of the Capitol building along Osmeña Blvd. Package 2 of the CBRT involves the south trunk; from the South Road Properties to Barangay Mambaling via N. Bacalso Ave., while Package 3 refers to the CBRT’s north trunk: from Capitol to North Escario to Gorordo Ave. to Archbishop Reyes Ave. to Cebu IT Park.Meanwhile, Santiago sees the BRT project in conflict with the current implementation of the PUV (public utility vehicle) modernization since the same franchises were given to operators along the same route.Three optionsSantiago said there could be three options for the CBRT project to move forward — to continue (building it) unhampered, change its management or terminate it.“We have three choices for BRT: continue business as usual, let it continue unhampered. You will probably get a product in 2028, if the DOTr will be as good as it should be. But that would be a poor probability of happening based on the record for the past 10 years, it has not shown a competent project team,” Santiago said.He said the political grumbling in Cebu led to the City considering Solomonic solutions, with two options.He said the first option could be the proposal of Councilor James Anthony Cuenco, chairman of the transportation committee, to make the CBRT Package 1 a pilot project before proceeding to the other two packages.“And if you do that, there is a 90 percent probability that it should be terminated because there will be traffic in that short section,” he said.The second option, on the other hand, which is a longer section, is to let the whole line be operational, which he said, can be done in six months.“Package 1 takes almost two years, and then Packages 2 and 3 are longer. They say it will be finished in 2027, but if you consider the experience of Package 1, it will probably take you to 2030,” Santiago said.But what will happen to the center islands? Santiago said he advocated for solutions like underpasses to improve pedestrian crossings in the BRT project, emphasizing their cost-effectiveness and convenience. However, he criticized the 15-minute overhead crosswalks as punitive, especially for senior citizens. Santiago insisted on accessibility for BRT stations, suggesting escalators or underpasses; however, he condemned the removal of skywalks without replacements, warning of worsened traffic conditions. He questioned the safety measures for buses and recalled the DPWH’s clearance of skywalks higher than bus heights during construction. / AML

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EXPERTS have recommended the transfer of the management of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project from the Department of Transportation to the Cebu City Government saying the success of the project lies in a “competent” project management. “Let it be done by the City, by Cebu City. They are the proponents of it. Do it yourself,” said Rene Santiago, an engineer and mass transportation expert and consultant, in an interview after an executive session about the CBRT project on Wednesday, April 3, 2024.Biggest mishap of BRT?Santiago recalled telling the World Bank in 2014 that the BRT would fail, attributing 50 percent of the issue to implementation and the other 50 percent to technical aspects.Santiago said CBRT could not be an exclusive route if it passes on Escario St., given the narrowness of the main thoroughfare. He emphasized that the plan was for Osmeña Blvd., where it can become an exclusive route due to the wider lane.“I don’t see how you can make it exclusive, that section to go to Cebu IT Park. Of course, when I look at Mango Ave. it’s wider, maybe it can be exclusive,” Santiago said.Meanwhile, Nigel Paul Villarete, an engineer and an urban planner and one of the first supporters of BRT as Cebu City’s base urban transportation system since 2008, said that “everything went wrong.” However, he said he still supports the CBRT project as a mode of mass transportation.“So many things have gone wrong, so many things have gone astray and it’s very difficult for me to look back and say what’s that thing that is the (hardest) the most? It is cumulative. It’s so hard to correct now. But it is still a good project. Let’s hope for this first line. I am also hoping for the Bulacao to Ayala,” he added. CBRT’s first package covers a distance of 2.38 kilometers from the Cebu South Bus Terminal along N. Bacalso Ave. to the front of the Capitol building along Osmeña Blvd. Package 2 of the CBRT involves the south trunk; from the South Road Properties to Barangay Mambaling via N. Bacalso Ave., while Package 3 refers to the CBRT’s north trunk: from Capitol to North Escario to Gorordo Ave. to Archbishop Reyes Ave. to Cebu IT Park.Meanwhile, Santiago sees the BRT project in conflict with the current implementation of the PUV (public utility vehicle) modernization since the same franchises were given to operators along the same route.Three optionsSantiago said there could be three options for the CBRT project to move forward — to continue (building it) unhampered, change its management or terminate it.“We have three choices for BRT: continue business as usual, let it continue unhampered. You will probably get a product in 2028, if the DOTr will be as good as it should be. But that would be a poor probability of happening based on the record for the past 10 years, it has not shown a competent project team,” Santiago said.He said the political grumbling in Cebu led to the City considering Solomonic solutions, with two options.He said the first option could be the proposal of Councilor James Anthony Cuenco, chairman of the transportation committee, to make the CBRT Package 1 a pilot project before proceeding to the other two packages.“And if you do that, there is a 90 percent probability that it should be terminated because there will be traffic in that short section,” he said.The second option, on the other hand, which is a longer section, is to let the whole line be operational, which he said, can be done in six months.“Package 1 takes almost two years, and then Packages 2 and 3 are longer. They say it will be finished in 2027, but if you consider the experience of Package 1, it will probably take you to 2030,” Santiago said.But what will happen to the center islands? Santiago said he advocated for solutions like underpasses to improve pedestrian crossings in the BRT project, emphasizing their cost-effectiveness and convenience. However, he criticized the 15-minute overhead crosswalks as punitive, especially for senior citizens. Santiago insisted on accessibility for BRT stations, suggesting escalators or underpasses; however, he condemned the removal of skywalks without replacements, warning of worsened traffic conditions. He questioned the safety measures for buses and recalled the DPWH’s clearance of skywalks higher than bus heights during construction. / AML Philippine Sports Commission National Sports Associations THE Commission on Appointments (CA) bypassed on Tuesday, March 19, 2024, the confirmation of Colonel Ranulfo Sevilla to a one-star rank Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) general following the opposition of his estranged wife, who accused him of adultery and abuse, Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri said.In an interview with reporters, Zubiri, chairperson of the CA, said the commission wanted to ensure, through a letter or a contract, that his family, particularly his children, will get sufficient financial support from him.“So to give it more time for the documentation to be completed, they moved to bypass him. He has to come back for his consideration,” he said.CA committee on national defense chairperson Representative Jurdin Jesus Romualdo said Sevilla, currently the deputy commander of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)-Special Operations Command based in Fort Magsaysay, Nueva Ecija, will revert back to his rank as colonel.During the CA committee hearing, Romualdo scolded Sevilla after claiming that he is not aware that there was an agreed amount of financial support, which he needs to fulfill to his two children, during an executive session last week. The agreed amount was half of his basic pay.Sevilla said that immediately after last week’s hearing, he sent funds to his wife, heeding the call of the commission."Hindi po ‘to ang nakarating sa akin. I was just told to offer. But if the committee so desires, I am willing to submit to that dahil alam ko naman po para sa mga anak ko… I am willing to change the letter that I wrote immediately after this just to comply with that but honestly your honor, I was not totally informed that amount. I was just told to offer an amount and I was not informed if that amount is already enough," he said."Nag-usap man tayo from 65 to 50 [percent], gusto mo nga in writing 'yun. Sabi mo nga eh, 50 tapos sabi mo hindi mo kaya hanggang bumaba ka pa nga ng 30. We mentioned the amount please 'wag ka naman magsinungaling. Tinutulungan na nga kita," Romualdo responded.In a bid to secure his promotion, Sevilla said he is “very much willing” to submit to the desire of the CA.“Kahit maiwan na lang po sa akin ang para sa pagkain ko, your honor,” he said.Last week, Sevilla’s wife, Tessa Luz Reyes-Sevilla, personally came to the Senate and testified against his ad-interim appointment, saying that he does not deserve it.Sevilla has four children currently under the care of his wife but two of them have different mothers.Reyes-Sevilla said they are only receiving a P2,000 monthly allowance from the army general.She was also physically abused by Sevilla, who is now living with another woman inside his residence at the AFP camp.In an interview on Tuesday, Reyes-Sevilla said that despite that her husband already promised to give them financial support, he is still not deserving of the promotion.“Yes I am all for him settling the obligations that he has not given to my children and to me and to the entire family for the last 7 (seven) years but that doesn’t make him an honorable man overnight na deserving of a promotion,” she said.“Because we are also talking about issues of immorality, issues of abuse. So this goes beyond money,” she added. Reyes-Sevilla said several other abused AFP personnel wives came up to her after she testified before the CA but they were afraid to unmask themselves due to fear of retaliation from their husbands.Gemini Baladad also faced the media along with Reyes-Sevilla and claimed that she was also a battered wife of a retired star-ranked general.Baladad said that despite her complaints of abuse to the AFP and the CA, her husband was still able to secure his promotion in 2007.Baladad said she suffered three miscarriages due to abuse and even their son has experienced violence in the hands of their father.“Just to make awareness that this is really happening and sana 'yung AFP, maraming nasisirang buhay, maraming nasisirang pamilya. Sana pagtuunan na ng pansin because the basic unit society is the family and the unsung heroes of the soldier is really the wife,” she said.Reyes-Sevilla urged the AFP leadership to conduct a full-blown investigation on wives experiencing sufferings similar to them.“We believe it is high time that they review, are we really implementing the gender and development program in the AFP? And if so, what are the mechanisms? How are you helping these women?” she said.“Because based on our experience, you never helped us, you never protected us. We are also citizens that deserve your protection, where is the honor, integrity and loyalty to your country and to your people? We are also your people sirs. So please protect us,” Reyes-Sevilla added. (TPM/SunStar Philippines)

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THE Commission on Appointments (CA) bypassed on Tuesday, March 19, 2024, the confirmation of Colonel Ranulfo Sevilla to a one-star rank Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) general following the opposition of his estranged wife, who accused him of adultery and abuse, Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri said.In an interview with reporters, Zubiri, chairperson of the CA, said the commission wanted to ensure, through a letter or a contract, that his family, particularly his children, will get sufficient financial support from him.“So to give it more time for the documentation to be completed, they moved to bypass him. He has to come back for his consideration,” he said.CA committee on national defense chairperson Representative Jurdin Jesus Romualdo said Sevilla, currently the deputy commander of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)-Special Operations Command based in Fort Magsaysay, Nueva Ecija, will revert back to his rank as colonel.During the CA committee hearing, Romualdo scolded Sevilla after claiming that he is not aware that there was an agreed amount of financial support, which he needs to fulfill to his two children, during an executive session last week. The agreed amount was half of his basic pay.Sevilla said that immediately after last week’s hearing, he sent funds to his wife, heeding the call of the commission."Hindi po ‘to ang nakarating sa akin. I was just told to offer. But if the committee so desires, I am willing to submit to that dahil alam ko naman po para sa mga anak ko… I am willing to change the letter that I wrote immediately after this just to comply with that but honestly your honor, I was not totally informed that amount. I was just told to offer an amount and I was not informed if that amount is already enough," he said."Nag-usap man tayo from 65 to 50 [percent], gusto mo nga in writing 'yun. Sabi mo nga eh, 50 tapos sabi mo hindi mo kaya hanggang bumaba ka pa nga ng 30. We mentioned the amount please 'wag ka naman magsinungaling. Tinutulungan na nga kita," Romualdo responded.In a bid to secure his promotion, Sevilla said he is “very much willing” to submit to the desire of the CA.“Kahit maiwan na lang po sa akin ang para sa pagkain ko, your honor,” he said.Last week, Sevilla’s wife, Tessa Luz Reyes-Sevilla, personally came to the Senate and testified against his ad-interim appointment, saying that he does not deserve it.Sevilla has four children currently under the care of his wife but two of them have different mothers.Reyes-Sevilla said they are only receiving a P2,000 monthly allowance from the army general.She was also physically abused by Sevilla, who is now living with another woman inside his residence at the AFP camp.In an interview on Tuesday, Reyes-Sevilla said that despite that her husband already promised to give them financial support, he is still not deserving of the promotion.“Yes I am all for him settling the obligations that he has not given to my children and to me and to the entire family for the last 7 (seven) years but that doesn’t make him an honorable man overnight na deserving of a promotion,” she said.“Because we are also talking about issues of immorality, issues of abuse. So this goes beyond money,” she added. Reyes-Sevilla said several other abused AFP personnel wives came up to her after she testified before the CA but they were afraid to unmask themselves due to fear of retaliation from their husbands.Gemini Baladad also faced the media along with Reyes-Sevilla and claimed that she was also a battered wife of a retired star-ranked general.Baladad said that despite her complaints of abuse to the AFP and the CA, her husband was still able to secure his promotion in 2007.Baladad said she suffered three miscarriages due to abuse and even their son has experienced violence in the hands of their father.“Just to make awareness that this is really happening and sana 'yung AFP, maraming nasisirang buhay, maraming nasisirang pamilya. Sana pagtuunan na ng pansin because the basic unit society is the family and the unsung heroes of the soldier is really the wife,” she said.Reyes-Sevilla urged the AFP leadership to conduct a full-blown investigation on wives experiencing sufferings similar to them.“We believe it is high time that they review, are we really implementing the gender and development program in the AFP? And if so, what are the mechanisms? How are you helping these women?” she said.“Because based on our experience, you never helped us, you never protected us. We are also citizens that deserve your protection, where is the honor, integrity and loyalty to your country and to your people? We are also your people sirs. So please protect us,” Reyes-Sevilla added. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) Philippine Sports Commission National Sports Associations . It’s always a good idea to take your time and make sure you’ve found the best online casino in the Philippines on the online gambling market that can give you what you want.

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It reflects the percentage change in the average price level of goods and services over time, reducing the value of money as each unit buys fewer goods and services.National level At the national level, Alfanta said the country’s headline or overall inflation also increased to 3.4 percent in February 2024 from 2.8 percent in January 2024.This brings the national average inflation from January 2024 to February 2024 to 3.1 percent. On the other hand, a year ago, the inflation rate was higher at 8.6 percent.Among the 17 regions in the Philippines, 13 recorded faster inflation rates in February, and four regions recorded slower inflation rates relative to their January 2024 inflation rates.The state statistician said Region 1 (Ilocos) and Region 2 (Cagayan Valley) recorded the lowest inflation rates at two percent, while the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao recorded the highest inflation at 5.3 percent during the month.Key factorsAlfanta said the uptrend in the regional inflation for the last month was primarily brought about by the faster year-on-year increase on food and non-alcoholic beverages at 2.9 percent in February 2024 from 2.2 percent in January 2024.Also contributing to the uptrend of the regional inflation was the faster year-on-year increase in the indices of transport with 1.8 percent from 0.5 percent; and personal care and miscellaneous goods and services with 4.7 percent from 4.4 percent, respectively.Moreover, inflation rates for various commodity groups showed mixed trends last month. Inflation increased slightly in recreation, sports and culture, rising to 3.8 percent from 3.7 percent. Similarly, restaurants and accommodation services saw a slight uptick, reaching 4.4 percent from 4.3 percent.However, several commodity groups experienced lower inflation rates, including alcoholic beverages and tobacco which decreased to 10 percent from 10.2 percent, while clothing and footwear dropped to 2.3 percent from 2.4 percent. Housing, water, electricity, gas, and fuels also saw a decline, falling to 1.5 percent from two percent, along with furnishings, household equipment, and routine household maintenance, which decreased to 2.9 percent from 3.2 percent.Meanwhile, health remained steady at 4.5 percent, information and communication retained its previous rate of 0.3 percent, and education services remained at 1.4 percent. Financial services saw no change, staying at -0.2 percent.Food inflationMeanwhile, the regional food inflation surged to 2.9 percent from January’s 2.1 percent. But this is much lower compared to February 2023’s 9.0 percent.Last month, food contributed 36.3 percent to overall inflation. The top three contributors were cereals and cereal products with an 89 percent share, meat and other parts of slaughtered land animals with 30.6 percent, and milk, other dairy products, and eggs with 20 percent.Ready-made food and other products saw inflation, while milk, dairy, and eggs decreased. Oils and fats, along with fruits and nuts, also dropped. 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He emphasized that the plan was for Osmeña Blvd., where it can become an exclusive route due to the wider lane.“I don’t see how you can make it exclusive, that section to go to Cebu IT Park. Of course, when I look at Mango Ave. it’s wider, maybe it can be exclusive,” Santiago said.Meanwhile, Nigel Paul Villarete, an engineer and an urban planner and one of the first supporters of BRT as Cebu City’s base urban transportation system since 2008, said that “everything went wrong.” However, he said he still supports the CBRT project as a mode of mass transportation.“So many things have gone wrong, so many things have gone astray and it’s very difficult for me to look back and say what’s that thing that is the (hardest) the most? It is cumulative. It’s so hard to correct now. But it is still a good project. Let’s hope for this first line. I am also hoping for the Bulacao to Ayala,” he added. CBRT’s first package covers a distance of 2.38 kilometers from the Cebu South Bus Terminal along N. Bacalso Ave. to the front of the Capitol building along Osmeña Blvd. Package 2 of the CBRT involves the south trunk; from the South Road Properties to Barangay Mambaling via N. Bacalso Ave., while Package 3 refers to the CBRT’s north trunk: from Capitol to North Escario to Gorordo Ave. to Archbishop Reyes Ave. to Cebu IT Park.Meanwhile, Santiago sees the BRT project in conflict with the current implementation of the PUV (public utility vehicle) modernization since the same franchises were given to operators along the same route.Three optionsSantiago said there could be three options for the CBRT project to move forward — to continue (building it) unhampered, change its management or terminate it.“We have three choices for BRT: continue business as usual, let it continue unhampered. You will probably get a product in 2028, if the DOTr will be as good as it should be. But that would be a poor probability of happening based on the record for the past 10 years, it has not shown a competent project team,” Santiago said.He said the political grumbling in Cebu led to the City considering Solomonic solutions, with two options.He said the first option could be the proposal of Councilor James Anthony Cuenco, chairman of the transportation committee, to make the CBRT Package 1 a pilot project before proceeding to the other two packages.“And if you do that, there is a 90 percent probability that it should be terminated because there will be traffic in that short section,” he said.The second option, on the other hand, which is a longer section, is to let the whole line be operational, which he said, can be done in six months.“Package 1 takes almost two years, and then Packages 2 and 3 are longer. They say it will be finished in 2027, but if you consider the experience of Package 1, it will probably take you to 2030,” Santiago said.But what will happen to the center islands? Santiago said he advocated for solutions like underpasses to improve pedestrian crossings in the BRT project, emphasizing their cost-effectiveness and convenience. However, he criticized the 15-minute overhead crosswalks as punitive, especially for senior citizens. Santiago insisted on accessibility for BRT stations, suggesting escalators or underpasses; however, he condemned the removal of skywalks without replacements, warning of worsened traffic conditions. He questioned the safety measures for buses and recalled the DPWH’s clearance of skywalks higher than bus heights during construction. / AML

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