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Samahang Magdalo Bohol Chapter of Sen Antonio Trillanes
« on: February 28, 2012, 09:25:18 AM »
by Bohol Standard

PANGLAO, Bohol – Senator Antonio Trillanes candidly said he considers that the EDSA celebration as an unfinished struggle towards change in governance.

“Sa totoo lang, hindi pa tapos and laban tungo sa pagbabago,” he stressed in Tagalog in an excusive interview at Dumaluan Resort in Panglao yesterday where he was welcomed by former Panglao Mayor Dr. Doloreich Dumaluan.

Earlier, the senator, who is now sits as senator-judge in the on-going impeachment trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona, met and graced the gathering of the would-be members of what he called Samahang Magdalo, Tagbilaran chapter with provincial coordinator Jerry Pabe at Barangay Cogon hall in this city.

Even if former President Cory Aquino, the mother of incumbent P-Noy has started it (referring to EDSA) but “we have backslide” so many times, in fact, “we have stepped backward.”
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Re: Samahang Magdalo Bohol Chapter of Sen Antonio Trillanes
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2012, 11:26:36 PM »
just a personal opinion... with how he treated the late angelo reyes, senator trillanes has shown that he may be far from being statesmanlike.  he's too vengeful and uptight, maybe even too self-righteous for comfort.  i reserve my doubts on his reelection. 
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