Nagpapasalamat tayo sa kadakilaan ng kanilang sakripisyo. Nakikiramay po tayo sa bawat pamilya ng mga kapulisan nating nawalan ng mahal sa buhay.
On January 29, 2015, President Aquino delivered a speech at the inauguration of Mitsubishi Motors Philippines plant in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, where he highlighted this milestone in the corporation’s 50-year relationship with the country.
On January 28, 2015, President Aquino delivered a speech during the International Contact Center Conference and Expo 2015 in Pasay. In his speech, the President highlighted the the contribution of the IT-BPM sector to the economy.
January 28, 2015: President Benigno S. Aquino III addressed the nation on the incident that killed 44 SAF members in Mamasapano, Maguindanao.
In the fight to transform society, one cannot help but be heartened by the fact that we are not alone. When we tread this path with people such as yourself, along with the millions you have inspired, we gain the courage to do what needs doing, the optimism to dream about what we can achieve in unity with one another, and the opportunity to turn that dream into a shared reality, with the grace of Almighty God.
… I am heartened by the presence of our friends and partners from other nations and from different sectors of Philippine society. Many times, over the past few years, we have been able to demonstrate our unity. I am confident that, so long as we continue to work together, there is no hurdle that we cannot surpass, no challenge we cannot overcome, no promise we cannot fulfill.
Lahat po ng mga tagumpay natin sa tuwid na daan sa nakalipas na mahigit apat na taon ay hindi natin nakamit sa isang iglap lang. Bunga ito ng walang-patid na malasakit, tiwala, at pag-aambagan.
All this is in pursuit of our shared dream: a Philippines in which our people leave our country only by choice, and not by necessity. I am glad to say that, through our people’s support, and the backing of individuals like yourselves, we have been able to make dramatic strides.
Let us always remember: The power to effect positive change in our society is not limited to one person or one group alone—each and every Filipino has this power within them.
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