Tolentino sinupalpal si Hontiveros: Pres. Duterte has plans to revive economy amid pandemic

Tolentino sinupalpal si Hontiveros: Pres. Duterte has plans to revive economy amid pandemic

It is for those who refuses to listen and would just like to listen to those that pleases then.

Administration senator and known Duterte ally senator Francis Tolentino in his interpellation with opposition senator Risa Hontiveros when the latter said the President has no clear economic recovery plan to lessen the impact of the dreaded COVID-19 during his recent fifth State of the National address (SONA).

Tolentino defended the President saying that he heard enough to quash any ideas being floated by the opposition that President Rodrigo Roa Duterte no solid war plan to cushion the socio-economic effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Opposition senator Rissa Hontiveros and administration senator Francis Tolentino
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“Sa narinig ko sa SONA, napakarami pong guidance guidelines na inilatag ng Pangulo, lalo na sa ekonomiya,” Tolentino told Hontiveros.

Tolentino took note of the Chief Executive’s plan to intensify the government’s “Build, Build Build” program to help boost the economic activity in the country.

The pronouncement regarding the possible use of the Coco Levy Fund and the availability of P66-billion as an agriculture stimulus fund and as part of the overall government’s strategy on how to alleviate Filipinos from poverty.

The push to improve the country’s internet services, loans for small and medium enterprises(SME’s) and paperless transactions is also a way for the government to kick start the economy.

“Ito po ay pagpapatunay na bagamat inaabot tayo ng isang napakalakas na unos, mayroon pong markers na inilagay ang ating Pangulo kung saan tayo pupunta,” he said.

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