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[ 19 Jul 2012 | No Comment ]
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PRESS RELEASE

19 July 2012
Reference: ACT Teachers Party-List Representative Antonio L. Tinio (09209220817)

 

ACT Teachers Party-List Representative Antonio Tinio will join teachers nationwide Friday in observing the School Bell Ringing Day for Salary Upgrading.  The nationally coordinated event will be spearheaded by the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) and ACT Teachers Party-List to highlight the clamor of education workers for adequate salaries. Read more…

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[ 12 Jul 2012 | No Comment ]
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PRESS RELEASE
12 July 2012
Reference: ACT Teachers Party-List Representative Antonio L. Tinio (09209220817)


Nothing innovative in government scrimping on its employees

ACT Teachers Party-List Representative Antonio L. Tinio slammed the nearly P10 billion set in the 2013 budget for government workers’ Performance Based Bonus (PBB), saying that this is designed to mask the anti-worker stance of the administration.  He urged President Benigno Aquino to rechannel the amount for salary hikes for those in public service.

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[ 4 Jul 2012 | No Comment ]

 


PRESS RELEASE
4 July 2012
Reference: ACT Teachers Party-List Representative Antonio L. Tinio (09209220817)

 

“ INACCESSIBLE IN REALITY”—While ACT Teachers Party-List Representative Antonio L. Tinio welcomed Chair Sixto Brillantes’s assurance of transparency of records, he remained concerned that the policy is not being implemented down to COMELEC offices.

The progressive lawmaker earlier urged COMELEC to give the public access to Petitions for Registration, Manifestations of Intent, and other documents filed by organizations wishing to participate in the 2013 party-list polls.  Brillantes replied that the records are already open to scrutiny. Read more…

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[ 27 Jun 2012 | No Comment ]

News Release

 

June 27, 2012
Reference: ACT Teachers party list Rep. Antonio Tinio


ACT Teachers party list Rep. Antonio Tinio today expressed his support for the opening of an elementary school at Pag-asa Island which is part of the disputed Spratlys territory in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea).
“It is indeed a welcome development to hear that a schoolhouse has been set up in Kalayaan town in Pag-asa, this would be a tremendous help in advancing the education of the children in the disputed territory. The families of students also would not have to be separated so that their children can go to school.
Pag-asa lies 527 kilometers (285 nautical miles) west of Palawan. A boat trip to the island could take the entire day, depending on the sea condition. Read more…