PNoy's Official Government Website is Now Up!

Philippine President Noynoy Aquino’s official government website is finally up, visit www.president.gov.ph!

the page hosts news, updates, photo/video gallery, PNoy’s cabinet information and “panata” (promise) of transparent governance.

IT Pinoys eager to post comments can easily do so by accessing PNoy’s Facebook, Twitter, Friendster, Youtube and Multiply pages.

As early as now, www.president.gov.ph has already received hits from as many as 94 different countries.

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66 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Dear President Aquino,Greetings! I humbly ask you NOT to support the Reproductive Health Bill. I am thoroughly convinced that the Reproductive Health Bill violates my right as a citizen of this country and more importantly, my right as a human being. I also firmly believe that the Bill is not the answer to our country’s poverty and it can bring forth even greater problems to our country in the future. I assure you that I have read and listened to facts regarding the Bill and I am certain that if you will approve of the RH Bill you will regret having done so in the future.May you be blessed with much wisdom and courage on discerning upon this matter.Thank you very much.

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  2. Anonymous

    Dear Mr. PresidentI would like to share some concerns about the Department of Health and its priorities, it seemed that they are more concerned about a few people who might contract AIDS than the whole welfare and well-being of the majority. Why do they allocate a lot of money just to buy condoms? Don't they know the state of government hospitals around the country? They should be more concern on the proper nutrition of kids in the slum areas and the countryside instead of a few who might contract AIDS! Why can't they just educate people on how they could avoid getting HIV? They must be thinking that people are stupid that they could not be educated. Another thing, about the reproductive health bill, I think it is unnecessary to create that bill. Try instead to socialize medicine! Try to study the system from Cuba or Costa Rica. Both of these countries are under the third world category because if I'll tell you to study the system from Great Britain or France or other developed countries, you might find an excuse to say that it won't work here because we are a third world country. This is an excerpt from an interview of Michael Moore with a French doctor: “…those who have more in life can take care of those who have less”. This is from a documentary by Michael Moore entitled SICKO.Thanks for this opportunity.

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  3. Anonymous

    Dear sir,Hangad ko pong maka-pag-aral sa philippine merchant marine academy(PMMA).Unfortunately salawang beses na po akong nabigo sa unang attempt ko po ay pasad oako sa entrance examination kasamaang palad bumagsak naman ako sa psychological written exam.Gayun pa man patuloy pa rin akong mag-aatempt sa susunod nilang entrance examination.Kaya naman po hinahangad ko pong makapag-aral sa School na ito dahil una may government subslay upang makatulong magkaroon ng pagkakataong makapag-aral ang katulad kong na may financial problem at higit sa lahat ako po ay napahanga sa marami nang naging succesful individual na produkto ndg school na ito. Sa madaling salita po ang legacy ng institution ay history na. Sir,maari po ba akong makahingi ng pabor kung puwede po ay makahingi ng recomendation o endorsement letter para po sa muli ko pong pag-eexam, kaya po puwede po ba… Sir batid ko pong na kayo po ay concern sa lahat ng mga kabataan katulad ko po kaya nga po kayo ang idol namin. God Bless you are our President and thank you po… I'm Jeffrey Costamero…..

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  4. Anonymous

    Dear Mr. President, I humbly searched for this site para maiparating po sa inyo ang mga problemang tanging kayo po lamang ang maaring makatulong sa amin. Nagtrabaho po ang papa ko sa Northstar Petron Gasul dito sa Laoag City, Ilocos Norte ng 20 years. Binenta po ito ng may ari na si Mr. Pompeyo Crisologo noong 2009 pero pati yong huling sahod po sana ng papa at ang mga kasama niyang employee eh hindi po binigay. Pati mga separation pay po nila, wala po silang nakuha. Nag demand po sila sa DOLE at nalitis po sa DOLE La Union, pero hanggang ngayon ay wala pa po silang nakukuha. Batid po naming walang magawa ang DOLE dito sa Laoag sa kaso ng papa ko at ang mga kasama niya. Nananatili pong naka binbin ang kaso nila hanggang ngayon. Sir, nagmamaka awa po ako sa inyo. Tulungan niyo po ang papa ko na makuha ang nararapat po para sa kanila. Ito nalang po kasi yong inaasahan ng pamilya namin para makapag simula kahit maliit na negosyo. Umaasa po akong matutulungan niyo kami. Thank you po sir, god bless you po and more power to your administration. Myrtle Gazle Balajadia myrtlegazlebalajadia@yahoo.com

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  5. Anonymous

    mabelle, volunteer people power center cubao expoMr. president,I request incentive for me as organizer of LP please help me no permanent work in your establishment so par im small volunteer no work please help me to give work any position. in any position available of any department. Us of now i am head of the Dingki Suliman active volunteer organizer and coordinator region 4 cavite please help. THANKS and MORE POWER god bless. i hope you response our beloved president ………..

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  6. Anonymous

    Good day to you Mr. President!I decided to write in behalf of all the Myasthenia Gravis patients in the Philippines. Sir, we all know that the disease is still not that known compared to cancer, however it is no longer rare as many Filipinos have Myasthenia Gravis, an autoimmune disease, a lifetime disease. It is a disease wherein the patient is having difficulty breathing, swallowing, speech difficulty (slurred speech), double vision, and body weakness (as the disease affects all the muscles in the body). In this case, the patient is having difficulty for a normal life. We, Myasthenia Gravis patients already lost our confidence and most importantly, our jobs. We do not have source of income which makes it very difficult for us because the prices of the medicines we take (and these are maintenance medicines) are getting higher and higher. We are talking about Mestinon and Imuran (necessary everyday so we can eat and breath nicely) which we have to take for a minimum of three times per day. Mestinon which started from P24 per tablet 2-3 years ago is now P35 per tablet; Imuran is P45 per tablet. These prices are way too high for people who do not have fixed income like us. We are just ordinary people, Sir. It is very difficult for us to spend at least P150 per day for the medicines alone. We all wanted to survive and live, Mr. President. We do not ask you to give us money or anything. What we truly request is your kind consideration for us who suffer from the said disease. Please take a quick glimpse on our side Mr. President so you can at least consider the medicines we take (Mestinon and Imuran) in your list of cheaper medicines. Most of us are still young, age ranges from 23 onwards. Young people but our world quite stopped. Most of us are intelligent and productive if given a chance. Sir, we will truly be grateful if you can provide support for Myasthenia Gravis patients just like in other countries (US, UK, Australia among others). We are confident that it is not the end of our world yet; it just paused for a while but will still be moving when the right support came. Thank you for your time and we wish for your success and happiness Mr. President! (my email is imeldadmidwife@yahoo.com if there's anything that I can be of help sir)

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  7. Anonymous

    Dear Mr. President,I have been working for five years in one of the government owned and controlled corporations under project basis. I hope that the government will open more vacancies considering the fact that there are still a lot of deserving, responsible and hardworking employees that are taken for granted. Maybe the administration could settle some problems regarding this. Thank you and more power.

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  8. Anonymous

    Our dear Mr. President,Kami po sa Lalawigan ng Occidental Mindoro, ay nanawagan sa inyong maawaing puso, na kami po ay inyong bigyang pansin.Sa kasalukuyan po ay mauubos na ang fuel na ginagamit ng NAPOCOR para sa pailaw sa lalawigan,ang mga kompanya na nagsusupply ng crude oil, ay hindi na po magbibigay dahilan po sa utang na 4 bilyon, kaya po ayon po sa pamunuan ng NAPOCOR at OMECO simula po sa August 26, 2011 ay magkakaroon po ng total black out po dito sa lalawigan, at yon po ayon sa kanila ay forever na, kung hindi po matutugunan,,kaya po Mr. President,, iniidolo po namin kayo..sana kami po ay mabigyan ninyo ng pansin,, lalo na po ang aming LALAWIGAN OCCIDENTAL MINDORO. maraming salamat po.

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  9. Anonymous

    Mr. President good pm po nais ko lamang ilapit ang problema ng bayaw ko, peace keeping force po sila, 5months na po hindi binibigay ang allowance nila. Lahat po sila na-assign sa iba't-ibang bansa ay wala po natatanggap, bakit po ganon bumabalik na naman bulok na sistema, pinapa time deposit muna nila ang dollars para makinabang sa tubo. Nangungutang na po itong pamilya para lang sa tuition ng mga anak niya, pinag aawayan na po ng kapatid at bayaw ko tungkol sa di niya pagpapadala kaya sana makarating sa inyo kawawa naman yung bayaw ko at ibang mga sundalo natin nasa mga ibang bansa nag peace keeping force sila tapos kinukurakot lang ng ibang opisyal na swapang, maraming salamat po.

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  10. Anonymous

    Mr. President po Sir,Dami na po ng batas natin pero yung iba po hindi naipapatupad ng maigi.What is the sense in making so many laws, good laws if we cannot enforce it correctly and strictly. Minsan po yun pa mismong nagpapatupad ang mga law-breakers. Lalo na po mga administrative laws ng peacekeeping force natin. At kapag sinasabi ko po na peacekeeping force po I mean po from Armed Forces down to NBI, PDEA, PNP etc. po…mukha pong hindi na gumagama mga utak ng mga tao sa kanilang mga opisina. Palaging rason ang busy eh meron po bang busy na opisina ng gobyerno?(joke lang po..:P..maliban sa nagiging busy sa chikahan) Paki update lang po ng mga taong yan Mr. President. Hindi po ito request, utos ko po ito.(Ano ako bigatin?) Sabi po kasi ng tagline nyo, Ako ang boss nyo kaya kayod na po..Salamat po ng marami.

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  11. Anonymous

    Mr. President Pnoy,Magtatanong lang po, anong nangyayari sa isang multibillion maraming na walan ng buhay dahil na sa kaso ng AMAN FUTURE GROUP PHIL. INC. AND/OR EMMANUEL “AMAN” AMALILIO, C.E.O.; FERNANDO LUNA, MANAGER & others. Wala na bang pag-asa na mabayaran kami sa perang pinaghirapan? Hindi ayon sa matuwid na daan ang nangyayari na kakonsaba ang ilang opisyal sa gobyerno. Nasaan na ang NBI at mga prosecutor sa kaso na yan?

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  12. Anonymous

    re PDAF..sobra laki nman ang ibinigay natin sa mga congressman & senators, i think all pilipinos have the same right dyan, bat di nalang bigyan ng mga allowances every year ang lahat ng mga tao sa pilipinas, barya lang nman yan kung tutuusin sa laki ng kita ng pilipinas every year..:) i think we all have the same right sa income ng ating government..di lang kayo na nasa pwesto..:) ipamigay straight sa mga tao, huwag ng ipadaan sa mga anu anong gov agency..:)

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  13. Anonymous

    Sir, meron po akong concern sa dep ed hindi maganda ang serbisyo nila sa mga teachers kung meron kang problema related sa trabaho or compensation hindi sila tumutulong agad pag wala kang kakilala, pabalik balikin ka hanggang maubos pasensya mo kung meron kang ibibigay aaksyon agad sila,Kung mayroon bunoses na matatanggap dumadami rin babayaran mo t-shirt at kung ano ano automatic deduction po sa sahod.Hindi m,an lahat sila pero karamihan hindi parin nagbabago ang karamihan sa kanila.

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  14. Anonymous

    MR. PRESIDENT, ………………….PLEASE DO SOMETHING GOOD FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL THE “CONTRACTUAL EMPLOYEES” NATIONWIDE….MOST OF THEM WORKS HARDER THAN THE REGULAR EMPLOYEES, BUT THEY WERE TREATED WITH LESS PRIORITIES IN TERMS OF BENEFITS…THERE'S NO NEED TO ELABORATE…PLEASE DO SOMETHING!.. AND YOU WILL BE REMEMBERED!

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