Liveblogging will be at Inquirer Current

I will liveblog the Senate ZTE hearing over at Inquirer Current starting at 2:30 pm.

Click here for the liveblogging coverage: Liveblogging the cootie grooming session.

Manuel L. Quezon III.

259 thoughts on “Liveblogging will be at Inquirer Current

  1. Senate to back off,I don’t think,so.

    The sc decision on abaya vs ebdane that I have mentioned ,has been scrutinized more by the senate,kasi dati quick browsing lang.

    remember the irr question by chiz to andaya was lifted from the case:


    [G.R. No. 167919, February 14, 2007]

    “The petitioners also argue that the “Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of RA 9184, Otherwise Known as the Government Procurement Reform Act, Part A” (IRR-A) cited by the respondents is not applicable as these rules only govern domestically-funded procurement contracts. They aver that the implementing rules to govern foreign-funded procurement, as in the present case, have yet to be drafted and in fact, there are concurrent resolutions drafted by both houses of Congress for the Reconvening of the Joint Congressional Oversight Committee for the formulation of the IRR for foreign-funded procurements under RA 9184.”

    but it all depends on eo464.

    Kung di nila pasulputin si Neri,siguro pwede nang umagal ang senado sa SC.

    tingnan natin kung tutuo yung stand ni villar,na di nya pababayaan ang senate under his watch re:eo464 and Mirriam’s pronounouncement of the same.

  2. “The Chinese government may eventually call for the cancellation of the $329-million national broadband network (NBN) deal if critics continue to demonize the controversial contract, Education Secretary Jesli Lapus said Monday.”

    Let’s then continue this public outcry on these shady CHINA ZTE deals.

    As China prepares to celebrate its emergence as a global power at next year’s Olympic Games, a rash of recent international opinion polls suggest that the Asian giant faces an uphill battle to convince the world it is worthy of its new status.

    And it is more than just a question of food or toys.It’s now shady ZTE deals around the world!!!

  3. “Romy Neri said a very powerful official arm-twisted him to turn the broadband project from a safe build-operate-transfer plan to a risky outright supply purchase. It was for that reason, he told me on Apr. 20, that he almost resigned from the Cabinet the day before.Jarius Bondoc.”

    Mr.or Mrs PIDAL? your guess???

  4. “In all fighting, the direct method may be used for joining battle, but indirect methods will be needed in order to secure victory. In battle, there are not more than two methods of attack – the direct and the indirect; yet these two in combination give rise to an endless series of maneuvers. The direct and the indirect lead on to each other in turn. It is like moving in a circle – you never come to an end. Who can exhaust the possibilities of their combination?”
    – Sun Tzu

    The Power of the PRESS,Brave Journalists( like Jarius ,Ricky,MLQ3)and Internet blogging here and abroad about China’s ZTE deals.Don’t back off!

  5. So Neri will go w gma to the US

    akala ko ba oic ched sya.
    ano role nya don mag promote ng call cenetr education at outsourcing.

    incidentally me kinansel nga sya na call cenetr lab payment,na ironically saya nag release ng pondo,dahil di naman ganum ang explanation sa kanya.

    ok time for conspiracy theories….

    iiwan nya dun si neri.babalik kung ideklara ng sc na itigil ng senate ang investigation,tapos di papayag ang senate tapos hahamunin ulit ang eo464.

  6. is romulo neri now playing pa-cute? if so, hope he doesn’t forget to put on his chute all the time while on flight.

  7. INE

    natakot yata sayo si emilie,almost two years ko na hindi nakikita pangalan nya dito.
    pero baka nga pasulpot sulpot lang.

    ewan ko ba kung bakit wala akong naisip na magandang alias noon eh.

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