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Green Flag Day vs large-scale mining
 
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On the 19th anniversary of the passage of the Mining Act of 1995 (RA 7942), nationally-coordinated actions across the Philippines were launched to call for the revocation of Pres. Benigno Simeon Aquino III's mining liberalization policies and projects. Executive Order 79 further reinforced the wholesale exploitation of mineral lands and worsened environmental destruction, land-grabbing and human rights violations. Similar protest actions were held in the Cordilleras in Northern Luzon and in Mindanao.
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Palace revises IRR of mining EO
 
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Malacañang agreed to revise some of the implementing rules and regulations of mining Executive Order 79, following complaints from the Chamber of Mines. [email protected], September 25, 2012
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The Mining Act of 1995 is a long-wrought tragedy for indigenous peoples
 
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The benefits of mining argued by mining corporations as compensatory for its immense social costs and environmental destruction is a lie. Mining corporations in collusion with the government paint a rosy picture of mining, insisting on "responsible mining" and "there is life in mining" yet its impacts on the environment and people, especially to the indigenous peoples, tell a different story. The Mining Act of 1995 is a long-wrought tragedy to indigenous people. It worsens foreign-favored, one sided, anti-people policy of liberalization of the mining industry. It bridges and aggravates the centuries-old foreign plunder of resources in our lands. The Mining Act of 1995 worsens the oppressions against us. As our ancestors did, we have valiantly defended our lands from the transgressions, and today we defend our land and life from liberalized mining. However, we found ourselves pitted against government forces as they play protector of large-scale mines. Deployment of military forces where there are large-scale mining interests are massive. As if the massive deployment of military was not enough, the AFP recruits indigenous peoples to paramilitary groups. Reneging its campaign promise to dissolve paramilitary groups at the aftermath of the Ampatuan massacre, President BS Aquino beefs up the viciousness of its armed forces by allowing the formation of paramilitary groups and use them as pawns in counter-insurgency and as mining security. Under the BS Aquino presidency, 50 indigenous peoples, including 6 indigenous women and 6 indigenous children, were slain by the AFP and paramilitary groups. The violation of human rights of indigenous peoples worsened as a result of mining and militarization. On October 18, 2012, member of the 26th Infantry Battalion strafed the home of Juvy Capion, a Blaan woman and one of the leaders of the Blaan people's fight against the mining operations of SMI-Xstrata in their ancestral lands. The attack on their home killed and 8 months- pregnant Juvy, and her two young sons. Kitari Capion, Datu Anting Freay, and 16-year-old Victor Freay adds to the lists of Blaan people killed by suspected military forces in the SMI-Xstrata mining site between 2012 and 2013. Military operations also caused the forced evacuation of communities. Thousands of indigenous peoples repeatedly evacuated in Surigao del Sur, agusan del Sur, Compostela Valley, and Bukidnon among others. In tandem with violence, the government uses deception to facilatate the entry of mining outfits in ancestral lands. The connivance of the government and mining corporations is best exemplified by the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP.) The NCIP is the lead agency in deceiving, manipulating, bribing and dividing indigenous peoples. Instead of upholding IP rights and welfare against business interests, NCIP only negotiated in favor of the latter. The NCIP conducts "consultations" for mining outfits to fulfill the mandated Free Prior Informed Consent of indigenous communities. However, the FPIC process is riddled with issues of corruption, bribery, and coercion; and it has been used to legalize the entry of development projects in ancestral lands. The IPRA neither projects nor defends the rights of indigenous peoples to their lands and self-determination. It is tool of the State, deceptive and lethal, for plunder and exploitations of indigenous people's lands. The Mining Act of 1995, aided by the IPRA and strengthened BS Aquino's very own EO 79 is a deadly combination for the rights of indigenous peoples to their lands and to self-determination. For us indigenous peoples, the BS Aquino administration brings no respite from environmental destruction, human rights violations, repression, and oppressions similar to past regimes. Its continued implementation of the Mining Act of 1995 is a testament to this fact.
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MVP on EO 79
 
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Businessman Manny Pangilinan sees EO 79, Malacañang's new policy on mining, as a "step in the right direction" but noted that in the meantime, things are "at a standstill".
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Burning effigies on the 19th year of the Mining Act of 1995
 
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Mendiola, March 3, 2014
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Mining law revisions anger industry leaders
 
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The government has revised the implementing rules to the controversial Mining EO 79 after industry wide criticism. Will mining executives calm down? Katherine Visconti reports other hurdles remain.
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Business and Leisure | BIZWATCH:  Mining Sector Optimistic After Talks With DENR Secretary
 
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For our lead issue this week, the country’s mining firms had a meeting with Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu. After said meeting, the mining sector is now optimistic that all is not lost as far as open pit mining is concerned. Philex Mining President and CEO Eulalio Austin was quoted as saying that Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu said “there is hope for open pit and the MICC or the Mining Industry Coordinating Council results would need to be discussed with concerned parties first.” Philex Mining president Austin also said that the meeting between the Dept. of Environment & Natural Resources and the mining sector focused on the reforestation and revegetation programs of the mining companies. Bamboo is likely to be used in the reforestation program. As this developed, Bantay Kita, a national coalition group, called on the DENR to uphold the process of public consultations amid the lifting of the moratorium on exploration permits for metallic and non-metallic minerals. The group, through its coordinator Tina Pimentel, reminded DENR that explorations require consent from local government units and communities. It will be remembered that then Environment Secretary Gina Lopez ordered a moratorium on processing and approval of applications and projects for all metallic and non-metallic minerals. The DENR has subsequently ruled that the decision of Lopez was questionable because Executive Order 79 of former President Benigno Aquino which allows exploration despite the moratorium on the issuance of mineral agreements. Although the EO allows explorations, it prohibits new mining contracts. Furthermore, the Executive Order states that the exploration permit grantees will be given the right of first option to apply for development of minerals in the exploration site. Bantay Kita also implored the Mines and Geosciences Bureau to prepare the guidelines for competitive public bidding, emphasizing the need for transparency and citizen engagement. It also issued an appeal for DENR to release the results of the mining audit which will be the basis for the lifting of the exploration permit moratorium.
Saksi: Nirebisang IRR ng EO 79 na tungkol sa pagmimina, inaprubahan na ni PNoy
 
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General Mining Act of 1872
 
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Video Software we use: https://amzn.to/2KpdCQF Ad-free videos. You can support us by purchasing something through our Amazon-Url, thanks :) The General Mining Act of 1872 is a United States federal law that authorizes and governs prospecting and mining for economic minerals, such as gold, platinum, and silver, on federal public lands.This law, approved on May 10, 1872, codified the informal system of acquiring and protecting mining claims on public land, formed by prospectors in California and Nevada from the late 1840s through the 1860s, such as during the California Gold Rush.All citizens of the United States of America 18 years or older have the right under the 1872 mining law to locate a lode or placer mining claim on federal lands open to mineral entry.These claims may be located once a discovery of a locatable mineral is made. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): U.S. Government License: Public domain ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
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Environmentalists push for pro-people Mining Bill
 
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A multi-sectoral rally led by the Kalikasan People's Network for the Environment was held in Mendiola this morning, March 3, calling for the scrapping of the pro-plunder Mining Act of 1995 and pushing for the passage of the People's Mining Bill, a House Bill filed by progressive partylist representatives led by Bayan Muna in congress. The bill aims to stop the wanton plunder of the country's resources by foreign mining corporations. The protest action was participated by church groups, indigenous people's organizations, youth and students, scientists and environmentalists.
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PNoy: Implenting rule and regulations ng EO 79 na tungkol sa pagmimina, nirerepaso na
 
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NTL: Revised IRR para sa EO 79 na tungkol sa pagmimina sa bansa, pirmado na ni DENR Sec. Paje
 
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Bagong EO ng Mining Policy, nakatanggap ng positibong reaksyon
 
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Bagong EO ng Mining Policy, nakatanggap ng positibong reaksyon [email protected] (July 10, 2012)
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Yutang Kabilin [ManiLakbayan]
 
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What is Manilakbayan? --A movement composed of NGOs, political party-lists, religious leaders, Lumads and international partners committed to addressing, through advocacy&mobilizing, the worsening human rights situation in Mindanao and protecting our ancestral domain and national patrimony from the threat of large scale mining. The past two years under President Aquino's administration have been marked by a glaring failure to address the human rights impact of mining investments in the country. In July 2012, Aquino enacted EO no.79, favoring multinational mining corporations while neglecting legitimate concerns of affected communities. It is out of this context that the MANILAKBAYAN movement was created. On December 1st, 2012, MANILAKBAYAN will bring 60 delegates from all over Mindanao to the heart of Manila for a weeklong series of events to raise national consciousness in the capital to the reality of the Human Rights situation in Mindanao and its relation to large scale mining and other government development projects (i.e. OPLAN BAYANIHAN) Activities will culminate with the celebration International Human Rights Day on December 10. We are MANILAKBAYAN. STOP THE KILLINGS! STOP LARGE-SCALE MINING! (source: ManiLakbayan FB page https://www.facebook.com/ManiLakbayan?fref=ts)
Views: 529 Sanggunian ADMU
NTL: Implementing rules ng E.O. 79 na nagtatakda ng mga bagong alituntunin sa pagmimina, suspendido
 
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Dinagat on Mining
 
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Palace, Cabinet intervene in mine closure, suspension orders Published February 9, 2017 10:35am Updated February 9, 2017 7:12pm The backlash from the controversial closure and suspension orders by Environment and Natural Resources Gina Lopez against supposedly erring mining companies has prompted Malacañang to intervene, backed by the Cabinet, the Palace said in a statement. "Members of the Cabinet have expressed their full support behind President Duterte’s decision to observe due process before implementing a directive of the Department of the Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to shut down or suspend 28 mining sites across the country," the Palace said. But Lopez made it clear that due process was heeded in the industry-wide audit on mining operations in the country. "I fully support due process and I have followed due process. I can prove it," she said in a text message to GMA News Online. Lopez announced on February 2 the results of a months-long audit by the DENR in which more than half of the large-scale mining operations failed. "The DENR’s move ... has triggered outrage in communities hosting mining sites, as some 195,000 direct and indirect workers and their families, or a total of some 1.2 million people, would be adversely affected by the closure and suspensions of the mine sites," the Palace said. "Malacañang has swiftly moved to calm fears of massive layoffs in communities affected by Lopez’s sudden move to close down or suspend mining operations in 10 provinces across the country, after several Cabinet officials expressed concern over the detrimental impact of her decision, which she had apparently kept to herself and even excluded members of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) team that conducted the audit, as well as the panel that reviewed the audit findings," it said. Industry lobby group Chamber of Mines of the Philippines (COMP), which counts as regular members 26 of the biggest miners in the company, welcomed the latest development. "The Chamber of Mines thanks President Rodrigo Duterte and the Cabinet for deciding to observe due process with regard to the mining issue," the group said in a separate statement. It said the decision by Malacañang and the Cabinet "... gives hope to our mining communities comprised of the many women and men who rely on the industry for their living." The Mining Industry Coordinating Council (MICC), co-chaired by Lopez and Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III scheduled to discuss the matter further at 3 p.m. Thursday. Former President Benigno Aquino III created MICC under Executive Order No. 79 in 2012, the MICC is mandated to oversee reforms and make miners more socially and environmentally responsible while giving the state a bigger share of mining revenues. "We commit to work closely with government and the Minerals Industry Coordinating Council regarding issues raised to ensure that a fair and just conclusion to the mines audit is reached," COMP said. "We have not wavered in our commitment to continue being significant contributors to nation-building and inclusive growth," it added. COMP earlier this week said the country stands to lose more than P1 trillion of investments should the DENR proceed with its closure order. But Lopez belied such claim, saying most of the money does not benefit the economy. “To whatever they invest, most of the net income goes to them. They get a seven-year tax holiday, and at the end of the mine they can sell all their equipment and keep the money ... So how are we benefitting here?” Lopez said in a text message to GMA News Online. — VDS, GMA News - See more at: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/598896/money/companies/palace-cabinet-intervene-in-mine-closure-suspension-orders#sthash.aPR7PwI5.dpuf
Views: 8364 Benglen Ecleo
Dinagat Islands Mining Industry, Videos credit to Dinagat Islands Provincial Information Office!
 
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Palace, Cabinet intervene in mine closure, suspension orders Published February 9, 2017 10:35am Updated February 9, 2017 7:12pm The backlash from the controversial closure and suspension orders by Environment and Natural Resources Gina Lopez against supposedly erring mining companies has prompted Malacañang to intervene, backed by the Cabinet, the Palace said in a statement. "Members of the Cabinet have expressed their full support behind President Duterte’s decision to observe due process before implementing a directive of the Department of the Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to shut down or suspend 28 mining sites across the country," the Palace said. But Lopez made it clear that due process was heeded in the industry-wide audit on mining operations in the country. "I fully support due process and I have followed due process. I can prove it," she said in a text message to GMA News Online. Lopez announced on February 2 the results of a months-long audit by the DENR in which more than half of the large-scale mining operations failed. "The DENR’s move ... has triggered outrage in communities hosting mining sites, as some 195,000 direct and indirect workers and their families, or a total of some 1.2 million people, would be adversely affected by the closure and suspensions of the mine sites," the Palace said. "Malacañang has swiftly moved to calm fears of massive layoffs in communities affected by Lopez’s sudden move to close down or suspend mining operations in 10 provinces across the country, after several Cabinet officials expressed concern over the detrimental impact of her decision, which she had apparently kept to herself and even excluded members of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) team that conducted the audit, as well as the panel that reviewed the audit findings," it said. Industry lobby group Chamber of Mines of the Philippines (COMP), which counts as regular members 26 of the biggest miners in the company, welcomed the latest development. "The Chamber of Mines thanks President Rodrigo Duterte and the Cabinet for deciding to observe due process with regard to the mining issue," the group said in a separate statement. It said the decision by Malacañang and the Cabinet "... gives hope to our mining communities comprised of the many women and men who rely on the industry for their living." The Mining Industry Coordinating Council (MICC), co-chaired by Lopez and Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III scheduled to discuss the matter further at 3 p.m. Thursday. Former President Benigno Aquino III created MICC under Executive Order No. 79 in 2012, the MICC is mandated to oversee reforms and make miners more socially and environmentally responsible while giving the state a bigger share of mining revenues. "We commit to work closely with government and the Minerals Industry Coordinating Council regarding issues raised to ensure that a fair and just conclusion to the mines audit is reached," COMP said. "We have not wavered in our commitment to continue being significant contributors to nation-building and inclusive growth," it added. COMP earlier this week said the country stands to lose more than P1 trillion of investments should the DENR proceed with its closure order. But Lopez belied such claim, saying most of the money does not benefit the economy. “To whatever they invest, most of the net income goes to them. They get a seven-year tax holiday, and at the end of the mine they can sell all their equipment and keep the money ... So how are we benefitting here?” Lopez said in a text message to GMA News Online. — VDS, GMA News - See more at: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/598896/money/companies/palace-cabinet-intervene-in-mine-closure-suspension-orders#sthash.aPR7PwI5.dpuf
Views: 2372 Benglen Ecleo
#WhyMining - Mike Toledo (part 1)
 
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Rappler's Maria Ressa talks to Philex SVP for Corporate Affairs Mike Toledo. http://www.rappler.com/28-editors-pick/8487-whymining-with-philex-exec-mike-toledo
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#TalkThursday: MVP on Mining
 
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Mining in the Philippines
 
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Unjust
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Manny Pangilinan (Philex Mining): Problem in mining has been enforcement of laws
 
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(Part 2 of speech at Conference on Mining's Impact on PH Economy and Ecology)
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Save Our Schools, Pull Out Military Troops in Indigenous Peoples' Communities Now!
 
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Save our Schools, Pull Out Military Troops in IP Communities Now! Statement of Congress of Teachers/Educators for Nationalism and Democracy We, the members of CONTEND-UP Diliman, strongly register our condemnation to the ruthless militarization that has wreaked havoc among Indigenous Peoples’ communities. Under the US-Aquino administration, these marginalized sectors have been under constant attack. Two years ago, the Indigenous Peoples (IP) of Mindanao or Lumads staged a long march to Metro Manila dubbed as Manilakbayan in defense of land, the Lumads and the environment. The Lumads called the public’s attention to the dismal human rights situation in IP communities brought about by intensified military operations under US-Aquino’s Oplan Bayanihan. Lumads exposed the violations committed by the state forces. Manobos decried militarization that made them internal refugees in their ancestral lands. A Higaonon leader was killed in front of his family for campaigning against large scale mining operations. A Mamanwa woman was shot and seized by the military and was refused medical attention. A Banwaon minor witnessed the killing of his brother-in-law who opposed the presence of mining companies in their area. A B’laan organizer was jailed because of organizing the members of her community against mining. Lumad leaders faced trumped up charges of murder and frustrated murder for resisting the plunder of their ancestral land. Lumad communities were devastated and militarized. Today, the human rights situation has even worsened and the plight of the Lumads continues. Mindanao has literally been turned into a “military garrison” with the deployment of 55 combat battalions across six regions of the island and the mobilization of special military formations such as the Investment Defense Forces, paramilitary groups and private securities. Killings, torture, illegal arrests, abduction, filing of fabricated cases against leaders and activists, forced evacuation, and displacement persist. Since US-Aquino rose to power, human rights group Karapatan has documented at least 204 cases of extra-judicial killings, 49 of which were indigenous peoples killed for defending their ancestral land. Another 207 cases were frustrated killing. Alternative learning schools of IP communities were not spared as military occupation has plagued these communities. Karapatan has reported that attacks on schools by soldiers have resulted to the displacement of 5,000 school children. At least 11 schools have been closed due to militarization. Elements of the Armed Forces of the Philippines have occupied the communities of Ata-Manobo tribe in Talaingod, Davao del Norte. According to Save Our Schools Network, there are 214 lumad community schools in Mindanao that have been subjected to military attacks in the form of encampment and destruction of school facilities and harassment of teachers and students. “These violations of the human rights of Talaingod Manobos disrupted their everyday lives, their children’s education and moreso, their culture. But their resolve to continue their struggle for their land and their future remain steadfast. It is their call and demand to respect their right to live freely, exercise their political participation and further develop their culture as people.” As teachers and educational workers, we strongly urge our fellow teachers and educational workers, especially our students, to support the outcry against US-Aquino’s Oplan Bayanihan. Military troops must be pulled out immediately from the communities in order for Lumads to return to their homes and rebuild their lives. Let’s join all the progressive and patriotic sectors of our society in their call to make Aquino accountable for his crimes against the people. We encourage all sectors to help in exposing and opposing the atrocities perpetrated by state forces against the Indigenous Peoples. Our collective voices and action are instrumental in upholding and defending the right of Lumads to their ancestral land and self-determination. Defend our communities! Stop Oplan Bayanihan of the US-BS Aquino regime in Mindanao and in the whole country! Pull out all military combat troops from indigenous ancestral lands, farms, schools, churches and communities! Disarm and disband paramilitary groups now! Scrap the Mining Act of 1995 and Aquino’s EO 79! End the state of impunity! Down with fascism! Down with state terrorism! Uphold human rights! ISKOLAR NG BAYAN, MAGLINGKOD SA BAYAN AT SAMBAYANAN!
Views: 332 Edge Uyanguren
Mining in Cagayan de Oro
 
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STOP THE GREED BEFORE IT KILLS AGAIN. The socio-political group Bangon Kagay-an, Inc. is not against mining per se. We recognize that our lives are partly enhanced by the end-products of mining. But the dangers of unabated irresponsible mining are all too real not to mention the lost of lives and damage to property, and the displacement of thousands of farmers and fishermen who have lost their decent means of livelihood. We were told by the mining industry that: mining is a driver of our development and that it is an effective weapon that will address mass poverty and the gross inequalities in our society. But has it? The inconvenient truth remains, mining has been with us more than half a century and it has left no meaningful footprint. Many abandoned mining areas are not thriving communities and worst, all mining sites have degraded environments with all of us bearing the cost for their rehabilitation. We therefore demand for a moratorium on all mining operations in Cagayan de Oro City. We want to see Mother Nature able to breathe, to heal and preserve itself so that the future generations of Cagayanons can make use of its life-changing potentials. During this breathing space, we propose a thorough evaluation of the condition of our mountains, farmlands and rivers. We strongly recommend for a comprehensive rehabilitation program that will bring back life to our mountains and rivers. We would like the people of San Simon, Baikingon, Tuburan and all other barangays along Iponan River to form themselves into agricultural cooperatives. We will push for the restoration of agricultural activities in these areas and call on the private sector as well as our government to provide all forms of assistance to include credit facilities, an efficient network of farm to market roads, technical training and farming implements -- thereby fostering livelihood opportunities that will secure our food supply for many years to come. For when all the trees, fruits, vegetables, fishes, fowls, and all other animals are gone, we would realize that we cannot eat the gold that will be left behind. We understand that there can never be a total stop to mining unless an amendment is made to the Constitution. And so on the long term allow us to present our position. We would never agree to large scale mining in Cagayan de Oro City until we have become a politically mature people. With regards to small scale mining, we want our local government to form the City Mining Regulatory Board as mandated by RA No. 7076 and reinforced by E.O. 79. We would like to see that all safety measures are in place to ensure that mining operations are carefully undertaken by cooperatives consisting of Cagayanons. We would like to see government accredited gold buying stations closely supervised by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas that are transparent and fair, those that will make certain that every nugget of gold extracted in our mountains and rivers is duly levied the appropriate taxes, and that government revenues from ming are poured back to the local economy. This gold when responsibly managed; will make our city the next Singapore of Asia. For underneath the earth where you stand or are seated today; lies the richest deposit of the best gold in the world. And together with the rest of you present this afternoon, and on behalf of all the victims of that fateful Dec. 17 flood last year, we declare: STOP THE GREED BEFORE IT KILLS AGAIN! ONE SENDONG IS ENOUGH!
Views: 4302 Bangon Kagay-an
REFUTING MINING CHAMBER'S GERRY BRIMO killer dam part 3a
 
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This is a reply to the false arguments presented by three miners, Manny Pangilinan of Philex, Peter Wallace, and Gerry Brimo, chair of the chamber of mines, during a mining conference where oppositors were not given a chance to ask questions and offer counter-arguments. This is a blow-by-blow rebuttal. Please pass, so people will realize that mining offers short term gains and long term irreparable damage. Please pass also to people in the mining sector, so they have a chance to reply, in fairness, if they wish. coming soon REFUTING MANNY PANGILINAN OF PHILEX killer dam part 3b REFUTING PETER WALLACE Killer dam part 3c
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Panayam kay Dir. Leo Jasareno, Mines & Geosciences Bureau DENR- hinggil sa pagbabago sa IRR ng EO.79
 
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[email protected] - Panayam kay Dir. Leo Jasareno, Mines & Geosciences Bureau DENR- hinggil sa pagbabago sa IRR ng EO.79 - [October 5, 2012]
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BT: EO 79, layon daw balansehin ang environmental protection at economic gain sa pagmimina
 
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BP; EO 79, layon na mabalanse ang benepisyong pang-ekonomia at proteksyon ng likas na yaman
 
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Balita Pilipinas Ngayon rounds up the top stories from around the PhilippinesGMA's regional stations in Luzon, Visayas, and MIndanao. It's hosted by Mark Salazar and Maki Pulido and airs at 3:30 PM (PHL Time), Mondays to Fridays on GMA News TV Channel 11.
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2018 CR1 Spouse Visa Timeline
 
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http://www.visacoach.com/cr1-visa-timeline.html As of 2018, the answer is 12 to 15 months on average. This is much slower than 2017. I call this the Trump Effect. President Trump after taking office in January 2017 has mandated that USCIS vigorously enforce and administer immigration laws, take no short cuts. The goal is to restrict Legal immigration while stopping illegal immigration. The result is delays. To Schedule your Free Consultation with Fred Wahl, the Visa Coach visit http://www.visacoach.com/talk.html or Call - 1-800-806-3210 ext 702 or 1-213-341-0808 ext 702 Bonus eBook “5 Things you Must Know before Applying for your Visa” get it at http://www.visacoach.com/five.html Fiancee or Spouse visa, Which one is right for you? http://imm.guru/k1vscr1 What makes VisaCoach Special? Ans: Personally Crafted Front Loaded Presentations. Front Loaded Fiance Visa Petition http://imm.guru/front Front Loaded Spouse Visa Petition http://imm.guru/frontcr1 K1 Fiancee Visa http://imm.guru/k1 K1 Fiance Visa Timeline http://imm.guru/k1time CR1 Spousal Visa http://imm.guru/cr1 CR1 Spouse Visa Timeline http://imm.guru/cr108 Green Card /Adjustment of Status http://imm.guru/gc As of 2018, the answer is 12 to 15 months on average, 5 - 7 months USCIS, 5 - 6 months NVC, 2 months Consulate Two different departments of the US government are involved. USCIS (homeland security) and the Department of State. From Mid 2017 through to 2018 Homeland Security recently is getting their job done relatively slowly, currently taking 5 to 7 months. (this compares to processing times of a rapid 2 to 3 months just a year ago, and well under the 5 month Policy standard they have set for themselves. Why is USCIS now taking 2 to 3 times as long? I call this the Trump Effect. President Trump after taking office in January 2017 has mandated that USCIS vigorously enforce and administer immigration laws, take no short cuts. The goal is to restrict Legal immigration while stopping illegal immigration. "We have to get much tougher, much smarter, and less politically correct," Trump said. What this means is that they are very closely examining and scrutinizing all cases looking for reasons to deny. In addition cases that regularly had their interviews waived now specifically there is an Executive order that no interviews regardless of the strength of their evidences, may be waived. The result is USCIS has more work to do, has more bases to touch in the processing of EACH case. And while President Trump has promised to hire more staff to handle the increased load, so far no new staff has been hired, but the workload has increased. This is the Trump Effect. More work, with same staff. The result is that USCIS processing times for spouse visas have stretched to take at least 5 to 7 months. And it is possible this may even get worse, depending on how many new steps USCIS is asked to take, such as "extreme vetting" and "social media data mining" that are new labor intensive steps that have been proposed but not implemented yet. In addition to the general slow down due to the "Trump Effect" what also affects how long it takes for USCIS to approve your case is a function of how complete your petition is, how busy the processing center is, how current your FBI file is, and a bit of luck. The most obvious source of added delay is caused by incomplete and sloppy petitions. When USCIS finds a problem, processing grinds to a halt, and it is stopped until the problem is fixed. Sometimes the errors are so big that they don't bother asking for corrections and simply deny a case outright. Once USCIS finishes their part, the case is passed to the US Department of State. The Department of State has a processing center in New Hampshire, called the National Visa Center or NVC. The NVC first contacts your spouse, asking her to confirm a "Choice of Agent". Basically this is to confirm that You are allowed to be copied on correspondences sent to your spouse. It sounds strange as you are the original sponsor of the petition, but I believe this is a privacy issue, that NVC must address. After NVC receives the signed Choice of Agent form. They contact you via email with invoices for adjustment of status, and visa application fees. Once paid, you then then submit a packet of documents to NVC. I call this the "mini petition". This includes the proof of payment of fees, civil documents, financial evidences, etc. Once NVC is satisfied that all required documents have been presented, it forwards your case on to the American Consulate responsible to issue the visa. And at the same time notifies you and your spouse the date and time your spouse's interview has been scheduled for at the consulate. This is usually about 2 months later.The Approval/Denial decision is made during the interview. This is where the higher VisaCoach standard, for crafting "front loaded presentations" wins the day.
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Isang chinese national at 2 pinoy, kakasuhan ng paglabag sa PHL Mining Act of 1995
 
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MOBIT @ Third People's Mining Conference: A Message to Canadians Part 3 of 5
 
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John David Villalon Bigkis at Lakas ng mga Katutubo sa Timog Katagalugan Mobit Mindanao Mining Monitoring is a Canada-Philippines solidarity pilot project designed as a community-run, mobile blogging platform designed to provide social media literacy and infrastructure to remote, rural communities in the Southern Mindanao region of the Philippines. Mobit was created as a monitoring tool for those who are in the frontlines of dealing with environmental and human rights crisis brought about by Canadian mining operations in their region. Follow us on facebook: http://facebook.com/mobitmindanao On twitter: http://twitter.com/mobit_cc Join the conversation on mining in the Philippines on twitter using the hashtag #phmining Please sign our petition to end the practice of Mining corporation hiring private militias in the Philippines: http://www.pnoylovesminingmilitias.org/
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MVP happy debate raised level of dialogue
 
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Philex Mining chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan tells Rappler his latest thoughts on the March 2 mining conference where he and ABS-CBN Foundation's Regina Lopez exchanged heated words.
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Mga kumpanya ng pagmimina, binantaan ni Pangulong Duterte kung hindi susunod sa tamang patakaran
 
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24Oras: Executive Order tungkol sa mining industry, ilalabas na bukas
 
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International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples Protest
 
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Mining and human rights violation protest against Aquino regime. Effigy burned with traditional dance of Indigenous people. Mendiola, Manila August 12, 2014
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News@6: 14 na Chinese nationals, inaresto dahil sa iligal na pagmimina || March 3, 2014
 
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Groups gear for SONA protests on July 23
 
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Press Statement July 16, 2012 Maniningil ang mamamayan sa darating na SONA. This was the statement issued by the umbrella group Bagong Alyansang Makabayan as it prepared to launch nationwide protests coinciding with the upcoming State of the Nation Address of PresidentBenigno Aquino III. The group decried many of the unfulfilled promises of the president as well as the worsening economic crisis, human rights violations, violations of national sovereignty and the continuing climate of impunity under the regime. The group said that it was expecting Aquino to make a big deal out of the so-called 1st quarter economic growth and the impeachment of former Chief Justice Renato Corona. And with no real opposition among the major political parties to counter the president's SONA, it would be mainly up to the people to raise the pressing issues in the streets. "For all its PR gimmicks and rhetoric, the last two years of the Aquino government has been all about unfulfilled promises amid the worsening conditions of the people. Behind the rosy statistics and claims of growth is a country that is reeling from unemployment, massive overseas migration, poverty, and underdevelopment. Aquino can no longer blame all of the nation's woes to the past regime. The rally on July 23 is meant to make Aquino accountable for the problems brought about by his own regime," said Bayan secretary general Renato M. Reyes, Jr. "The people are fed up with empty pronouncements and deceptive catchphrases. Aquino has failed to address the nation's problems. He has failed to stop impunity and bring justice to human rights victims. He has toed the line of big business, especially the big foreign mining firms. He has surrendered our sovereignty to US military intervention," Reyes said. Bayan said that Aquino has employed various "WMDs" or "weapons of mass deception" to conceal poverty and give the illusion of growth. "The multibillion Conditional Cash Transfer scheme is meant to cover up poverty and social inequality, while the Public-Private Partnership deceives people into thinking that economic growth lies in the hands of foreign investors," Reyes said. The group also said that Aquino's public accountability rhetoric will fall flat given his failure to truly make Gloria Macapagal Arroyo accountable for all her crimes, his failure to arrest fugitive Gen. Jovito Palparan, and his failure to hold accountable his own officials being implicated in various anomalies and irregularities. Bayan has applied for a rally permit before the Quezon City government, stating its intention of marching towards Batasan Road. Under Batas Pambansa 880, the city government has two days from the filing of the permit to act on the application otherwise it is deemed granted. The law also states that the City Government cannot arbitrarily change the venue of the rally without informing the applicant and providing a hearing. "The real State of the Nation will not be delivered in the air-conditioned halls of Congress where the President and his allies are gathered. The true state of the nation will be delivered in the streets by the ordinary workers, urban poor, farmers, women and youth. It is ironic that while Aquino will proclaim the greatness of his regime, the people whom he called his bosses will be pushed as far away as far as possilbe from Congress by thousands of riot police," Reyes said.###
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How interested is MVP in airline business?
 
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Manuel V. Pangilinan dodged questions about rumored interest to buy a stake in Philippine Airlines. He described the airline business as a "tough" one. This video clip was taken by @lalarimando at the sidelines of a briefing on the third quarter financial performance of giant Philippine Long Distance Telephone Corp (PLDT) where he is chairman. To view and comment on similar stories, visit Facebook.com/Move.PH. Also follow @movePH on Twitter.
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NewsLife Interview: Dir. Leo Jasareno, MGB-DENR - on mining
 
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UNTV News: Planong pagmimina ng isang kumpanya sa Leyte, tinututulan ng mga magsasaka (APR092013)
 
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Tinututulan ng mga magsasaka sa Leyte ang planong pagmimina sa ilang bahagi ng lalawigan dahil sa masamang epektong maidudulot nito sa kapaligiran. Ito ang balita ni Jenelyn Gaquit. For more videos, visit www.untvweb.com
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BP: Philex Mining, pinagmumulta ng P1-B dahil sa mine tailings na tumagas sa ilog sa Benguet
 
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Balita Pilipinas Ngayon rounds up the top stories from around the PhilippinesGMA's regional stations in Luzon, Visayas, and MIndanao. It's hosted by Mark Salazar and Maki Pulido and airs at 3:30 PM (PHL Time), Mondays to Fridays on GMA News TV Channel 11.
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NewsLife: President Aquino approves P9-Billion PNP fund
 
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24 Oras: Impeachment complaint laban kay Robredo, hindi pa rin ineendorso ng sinumang kongresista
 
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Multa na ipapataw sa PHILEX Mining Corp. maaaring tumaas pa
 
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[email protected] - Multa na ipapataw sa PHILEX Mining Corp. maaaring tumaas pa - [Sept. 12, 2012]
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"The Season of Creation" Environmental Protection
 
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Tapatan sa Aristocrat "The Season of Creation" Environmental protection amidst black sand, large and small scale mining, illegal logging and outright circumvention of existing laws, rules and regulations. September 15, 2014 Melo Acuña Moderator Guests: Director Ricardo Calderon Forest Management Bureau DENR Director Leo Jasareno Mines and Geosciences Bureau DENR Annie Dee Member of the Board, PMSEA Fr. Benny Tuazon Minister, Ecology Desk Archdiocese of Manila Dr. Carlo Arcilla Professor and Director, NIGS University of the Philippines
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Senate Session 2011-10-05 (15:51:13-16:55:32)
 
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Back in on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 10:00am for one hour of morning business. Following morning business, the Senate will resume consideration of S 1619, the China currency bill. *ML Reid filed cloture on S 1619 tonight. If no agreement is reached, the cloture vote will occur on Thursday.
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NTG: Panayam kay Engr. Leo Jasareno kaugnay sa naging aksidente sa minahan sa Paracale (020212)
 
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