Tuesday, June 18, 2019
CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Karl G. Ombion
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Ombion: Big challenges for Bong Lacson
REPORTS of too many casuals and job orders in Negros Occidental provincial government built during the reign of outgoing Governor Marañon is something that governor-elect Bong Lacson will have to address within the framework of how to make the bureaucracy ...
From 5 days ago
Ombion: Blood-soaked Carp celebration
AND it’s the blood of the very target of the program, the poor farmers and farm workers, which overshadows this year’s celebration of the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR), the agency that is mandated to lead the implementation of the ...
From 12 days ago
Ombion: Popular actions vs Baciwa privatization urgent
THAT’s the only way to bring the issues down the community and the streets and generate popular actions to frustrate the deceptive plan to privatize, corporatize, joint venture, or whatever you may call it, the Bacolod City Water District (Baciwa).It ...
From 14 days ago
Ombion: Let us rise to greatness
FOR Filipinos everything seems small.Many foreigners in our country are astonished by our penchant for small things. For them who buy things in large volume, most Filipinos are in the contrast, they buy to the smallest degree of retail.Most Filipino ...
From 19 days ago
Ombion: Expensive ‘budget airlines’
IRONIC but true. The ‘budget airlines’ is no longer what it used to be, or supposed to be, as it turned albeit subtle into a mere public relations stunt and media-hype.A known Negrense businessman Ed Alunan aired his complaint last ...
From 21 days ago
Ombion: LGU for people’s development
THAT is the biggest challenge to all the winners of the just concluded elections.Winning the votes is one thing. Turning them as a platform to meet people’s concerns, needs and aspirations is another.The former required excellent campaigning. The latter demands ...
From 33 days ago
Ombion: What if
THE 300 megawatt coal-fired power plant in San Carlos City is pursued and done?Power supply will increase but the cost of electricity will not decrease as in the case of a number of power plants set up in the island, ...
From 35 days ago
Ombion: Pursue renewable energy
WHICH means that we also resist all plans to build coal-fired power plant and other extractive and destructive energy systems in Negros.I understand the flip-flopping of Vice Governor Bong Lacson on the issue of proposed coal-fired power plant in San ...
From 40 days ago
Ombion: Workers unity and struggle
THE recent show of unity of various workers groups from the left militant to the moderate and section of small and medium sugar farm owners on the issue of sugar import liberalization is quite positive.After all, there remain a strong ...
From 46 days ago
Ombion: Agri-oriented development financing
NOT only to ease the pressure, but help the agrarian reform beneficiaries and small agricultural producers raise their capacities, and improve and expand their production.With the government strong adherence to neoliberal policies of liberalization, deregulation and privatization, our country’s agriculture ...
From 54 days ago