Category Archives: AKB in Manila

AKO BICOL leads press conference

As the principal author of House Bill 4890, otherwise known as the Human Trafficking Preventive Education Act, Deputy Minority and Ako Bicol Party List Rep. Alfredo A. Garbin, Jr. led the press conference in observance of the National Awareness Week … Continue reading

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AKO BICOL sheds light about affected Bicolanos

AKO Bicol Rep. Rodel M. Batocabe at the meeting of the Committee on Bicol Recovery and Economic Development on February 5, 2018. He shed light about the affected constituents in the recent eruption of Mayon Volcano, stressing out that students displaced are … Continue reading

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AKO BICOL discusses plight of teachers

During the plenary session on February 5, 2018, AKO Bicol Rep. Rodel M. Batocabe delivered his speech in the privilege hour to discuss the financial plight of public school teachers caused by the unabated loans by rural banks funded by “big banks”.

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AKO BICOL signs MOA for DOLE

AKO Bicol Representative and Deputy Minority Leader Alfredo Garbin with Department of Labor and Employment Secretary Silvestre Bello III, Gov. Gov. Al Francis C. Bichara, Legazpi Mayor Noel Rosal, Cong. Joey Sarte Salceda, and Cong. Fernando Gonzalez and other key officials at the MOA signing among … Continue reading

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AKO BICOL visits scholars and graduates

Deputy Minority Leader and Ako Bicol Party List Rep. Alfredo A. Garbin, Jr. personally visited the scholars and graduates under the Special Training for Employment Program (STEP), a commitment between Ako Bicol Party List and TESDA, who chose to volunteer … Continue reading

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AKO BICOL proposes resolutions to pressing issues

In our endeavor to improve and strengthen the bureaucracy through good governance, Deputy Minority Leader Alfredo A. Garbin, Jr. joins the hearing today of House Committee on Good Government to discuss proposed resolutions seeking approval to address pressing public issues, … Continue reading

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AKO BICOL fulfills congressional duties

Following the series of relief operations due to the intensifying activities of Mayon Volcano, Deputy Minority Leader and Ako Bicol Party List Rep. Alfredo A. Garbin, Jr. is now back to the House of Representatives (HREP) to fulfill his congressional … Continue reading

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AKO BICOL urges government to re-channel emergency funds

AKO Bicol Partylist Representative Rodel Batocabe, in his privilege speech at the House of Representatives on January 22, urged DepEd to cease the agency’s plan to build Temporary Learning Spaces for the affected students due the recent eruption of the … Continue reading

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AKO BICOL raised Atty. Gadon’s statement

At the resumption of the House Committee on Justice’s deliberation on the Sereno Impeachment Case, Deputy Minority Leader and Ako Bicol Party List Representative Alfredo Garbin, Jr. raised Atty. Gadon’s statement over the weekend claiming that he received information that the … Continue reading

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AKO BICOL seeks to establish Virtual One Stop Shop

AKO Bicol Rep. Rodel Batocabe sits as the Chairman of the Technical Working Group on the bill that seeks to establish a Virtual One Stop Shop for the application of permits for power plants and distribution plants.

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