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Friday, August 31, 2012

Magnitude 7.9 Earthquake at East of Sulangan Samar, Philippines

August 31, 2012____ Magnitude 7.9____ Near the Philippine Trench / 135km East of Sulangan, Eastern Samar, Philippines
Cebu likely experience magnitude 4

P.S. Don't notice CMIC... 

Source: Google Earth/ USGS Real-Time Earthquakes

Be Safe Philippines! #earthquake
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Friday, August 24, 2012

Maria Lourdes P. A. Sereno: New Chief Justice

After the deliberation for the new Chief Justice upon replacement of Ex-Chief Justice Corona. The new Chief Justice of the Republic of the Philippines was finally named and it was Maria Lourdes P. A. Sereno.

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes P. A. Sereno is the first lady of the Chief Justice.

New Chief Justice: Maria Lorudes P. A. Sereno
image credit to: http://sc.judiciary.gov.ph 

Noted: This full profile of the new Chief Justice publish on the Supreme Court of Philippines Website.

Lawyer-academician Maria Lourdes P. A. Sereno was appointed on August 16, 2010 as the 169th Justice of the Supreme Court. Born on July 2, 1960, the then 50-year old Justice is the youngest to be appointed to the SC in this century. She may also be one of the longest-serving justices ever, as she is to mandatorily retire in 2030 after serving a 20-year term.

Despite her family’s humble means, Justice Sereno’s parents were able to nurture in her a passion for learning and personal excellence during her formative years. Her father, a native of Siasi, Sulu, and her mother, a public school teacher, saved what little money they had to buy second-hand books that she would eagerly read. Her appetite for literature and reflection served her well during her primary schooling and enabled her to graduate with honors at the Kamuning Elementary School and Quezon City High School. She was then awarded generous scholarships by the government and several private institutions that allowed her to earn an Economics degree at the Ateneo de Manila University, and a Bachelor of Laws degree at the University of the Philippines.

After graduating valedictorian from the UP College of Law in 1984, Justice Sereno joined the largest law firm in the country. While she enjoyed her very challenging work in the law firm, her family started to grow. Choosing to spend more time with her two young children and her husband, she opted to leave the law firm in 1986.

She joined the UP College of Law where she was able to mold young men and women in the principles of Civil and Commercial law. From being one of the youngest faculty members, she would eventually go on to lead and administer two institutions based in the UP Law Center – the Institute of International Legal Studies and the Information and Publication Division. She was a professor at the UP College of Law for nearly 20 years. At one point, she also became Deputy Commissioner of the Commission on Human Rights and was partly responsible for writing the organizational plans for the Commission. She has also taught at the Philippine Judicial Academy and several international academies.

In 1992, Justice Sereno was awarded a De Witte Fellowship and a Ford-Rockefeller Scholarship to pursue her Masters of Laws at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where she developed her proficiency in law and economics and international trade law. When she and her family returned to the Philippines, she played a key role in developing those fields of law.

At the age of 38, she was appointed as legal counsellor at the World Trade Organizations’ Appellate Body Secretariat in Geneva. Her international experience and her pioneering achievements in the legal profession were recognized when she was selected as one of The Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service (TOWNS) for law.

At the age of 39, she was chosen as the only female member of the 1999 Preparatory Commission on Constitutional Reform where she was elected Chairperson of the Commission’s Steering Committee. Here, she helped the various sectoral committees identify key constitutional issues, and integrated their findings into a common framework for analysis of the various constitutional provisions. In the same year, together with Justice Jose Campos, Commissioner Haydee Yorac, and other professors from the UP College of Law, she co-founded Accesslaw, a corporation that provided the first annotated electronic research system in Philippine law.

Access to justice is one of the centerpiece advocacies of Justice Sereno. One of her earlier works in law school included a review of the interface between domestic laws and indigenous customary laws. The United Nations Development Program would commission her to write a paper on judicial reform, which would eventually become the basis for the first external reform program that was welcomed by the Supreme Court. Among the activities the project birthed was the first-ever dialogue between the Members of the Supreme Court and representatives of the basic sectors. She also assisted in the High Tribunal’s pilot projects on mediation and judicial case management systems, and wrote a widely-quoted survey-based paper on justice and the cost of doing business, together with professors from the UP School of Economics.

Prior to her joining the Court, she was engaged in major international litigation as co-counsel for the Republic, after which she joined the Asian Institute of Management as Executive Director of its think-tank - the AIM Policy Center - where she pursued her interest in policy reform and its impact on governance and the economy.

Believing in what she could deliver for justice and judicial reform, President Benigno C. Aquino III made her his first appointee to the Supreme Court.

She is married to Mario Jose E. Sereno. They are blessed with two children, Maria Sophia and Jose Lorenzo.

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Monday, August 20, 2012

Robredo's body finally recovered dead on Tuesday morning

After 2 to 3 days of search and rescue after the plane crash happen. Philippine DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo's body has been recovered dead.

This morning Tuesday )August 21,2012, DOTC secretary Mar Roxas emotianally announced the development of the search and rescue and informed Robredo's wife about the sad news of their development.

Divers saw the body of DILG Secretary Robredo still inside the plane when Mar Roxas said about the update. DOTC Secretary Roxas added that on 7:35 Tuesday discovered the plane fuselage while Robredo's body found on 8:15 in the morning Tuesday.

At this moment, the body of the late DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo is still on Masbate and will be flown to his hometown Naga City soon.

As remember, late DILG Secretary Robredo is came from an event in Cebu and have flight at 5pm but he wants to catch and watch the swimming competition of his child that's why he board a private plane.

Roxas added that search and rescue operation is still on going for the two pilots Captain Jessup Bahinting and Nepalese flight student Kshitiz Chand.
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Sunday, August 19, 2012

AKA JAM Eliminated: X Factor Philippines 9 Finalists Revealed

After the controversial elimination of Mark Mabasa of X Factor Philippines, this week also is one of the hardest part of the decision of X Factor Judges especially Gary Valenciano since he mentored the bottom 2 finalists.

AKA JAM Lucky Girls X Factor Philippines
credit to @officialakajam in twitter

The bottom 2 finalists are Daddy's Home and AKA JAM(originally from Lucky Girls). After the survival performance of the 2 bottom finalists, judges voted among the two who are they gonna sent out.

Judge Charice and Martin choose Daddy's Home to sent out while Pilita Corales and group mentor Gary Valenciano choose AKA JAM to sent out which results again to "DEADLOCK" like last week when Mark Mabasa was eliminated.

AKA JAM is not original group at first since only judges formed their group and named it to LUCKY GIRLS but they changed it to AKA JAM from the initial of their names. AKA JAM is composed of 6 girls from every part of the Philippines and formed only by judges like One Direction do.

On the night of the 3rd Live Show Performance, AKA JAM was trending on twitter for 5-6hours in Twitter Philippines.

As Gary Valenciano said, "I will never leave them, You can still see them".

Hold on AKA JAM!
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Sunday, August 12, 2012

X Factor Philippines Top 10: Mark Mabasa Eliminate

After the people voted for 24 hours, X Factor Philippines Top 10 is now finally named. Here are the list of X Factor Philippines Top 10.

1. Gabriel Anciano Maturan
2. KZ Tandingan
3. Modesto Turan
4. Takeoff
6. Allen Jane Sta. Maria
7. Jeric Medina
8. Kedebon Colim
9. Daddy's Home
10. Joan Da

The bottom two are Mark Mabasa which mentored by Pilita Corales and Takeoff mentored by Gary Valenciano.

This week bottom 2 is hard to decide even judges because we can see all on their eyes and reaction. After the survival performance of Mark Mabasa and Takeoff judges tied which called by X Factor "DEADLOCK" which mean they have equal votes from judges.

Charice and Pilita Corales chose Mark Mabasa to sent home and end his X Factor journey while Martin Nieverra and Gary Valenciano voted Takeoff to sent home.

But since the result is "DEADLOCK", all they do is to show off the votes of the Bottom 2 which mean the lowest votes will be sent home and result Mark Mabasa to sent home which get 3.72% of votes while Takeoff get 3.90% which mean only .18% is the difference.

Mark Mabasa, thank you for sharing your talent to X Factor and to all people. But I believe you can have a good career with ABS-CBN. Goodluck Mark Mabasa! Continue dreaming.
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Sunday, August 5, 2012

X Factor Philippines Top 11 Finalists: Jerriane Templo voted out

After the Top 20 X Factor Philippines do the Home Judges for the process in revealing and choosing the X Factor Philippines Top 12 Finalists and do the First Live Show of Top 12 X Factor Philippines yesterday (August 4, 2012).

They open to the public the power of voting to their favorite Top 12 X Factor Philippines Finalists, Jerriane Mae Templo was chosen to voted out to for the X Factor Philippines.

The Bottom 2 of this week live show was Joan Da and Jerriane Mae Templo which mean they have the lowest votes from public. Joan Da and Jerriane Mae Templo do their survival performance which is 4 judges will choose 1 finalist to be on Top 11. The judges choose Joan Da to continue her journey on X Factor Philippines.

Joan Da

Jerriane Mae Templo
Joan Da was mentored by Ms. Pilita Corales for Over 25's Category while Jerriane Mae Templo was mentored by Charice Pempengco for Girls Category.

While Jerriane Mae Templo was voted out, the X Factor Philippines Top 11 was revealed. And here are the Top 11 X Factor Philippines Finalist.

The X Factor Philippines Top 11 Finalists:

1. Mark Mabasa
2. Joan Da
3. Kedebon Colim
4. Daddy's Home
5. Lucky Girls AKA JAM
6. Takeoff
7. Modesto Turan
8. Gabriel Maturan Anciano
9. KZ Tandingan
10. Jeric Medina
11. Allen Jane Sta. Maria

Congratulations to the X Factor Philippines Top 11 and for Jerriane Mae Templo "its not end and continue singing".

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