GIBO in an informative exchange with law students

November 10, 2021   “One must set personal standards but these should be realistic,” former Secretary of National Defense Gilberto (GIBO) Teodoro advised law students of Colegio de la Purisima Concepcion in Roxas City, Capiz. “So that there are no failed expectations as difficulties are part of law school.” Teodoro, a lawyer and the 1989 Bar Topnotcher, was a special…

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GIBO addresses security concerns

November 6, 2021 “These are some of the concerns that we have to continue to address and find solutions (to) together with the pandemic,” former Defense Secretary Gilberto (GIBO) Teodoro told law students at National Security Law class where he was a guest resource speaker. Over 250 participants from all over the country, composed mostly of law students, lawyers, law…

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Bagong Pilipinas para sa Bagong Henerasyon: The 7 Pillars, Synergy between the public and private sector

Introduction to Seventh Pillar: Fostering Synergy between the private and public sector   “Mahigpit ang proseso ng gobyerno dahil mahigpit ang batas.”  The government needs to ease the way it reacts to issues, said Gibo. In contrast to how private corporations work, the Ex-Defense Secretary explained that the latter is able to respond quicker and more efficiently since they are…

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PRESS RELEASE: People’s Reform Party endorses Gibo Teodoro

PRESS RELEASE  OCTOBER 21, 2020 Bar topnotcher “Gibo” for the Senate to revive Miriam legacy.  The People’s Reform Party, the political party founded by the late Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago, on Thursday declared that former Defense Secretary Gilberto “Gibo” is the candidate that can continue the legacy that she had left behind in the Senate.  In endorsing Teodoro for senator in…

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Bagong Pilipinas para sa Bagong Henerasyon: The 7 Pillars, Upgrading Military and Police

Introduction to Sixth Pillar: Upgrading Military and Police “The Philippine National Police should be governed under a different set of laws than the civil service.” Gibo firmly believes that the police should not be under the Civil Service Law since they are armed government officials. Therefore, he pushes for a reform of their structures to lessen the chances of police…

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Bagong Pilipinas para sa Bagong Henerasyon: The 7 Pillars, Connectivity to Unite the Country

Introduction to the Fifth Pillar: Connectivity to Unite the Country It is hard to unite a nation that is physically disconnected because of its geography. Connectivity is key to foundation to strengthen the Philippines  “Of course for normal operations for command and control, you need to upgrade your digital infrastructure and interconnectivity particularly our archipelago” With the advent of technology…

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Bagong Pilipinas para sa Bagong Henerasyon: The 7 Pillars, Food Sustainability

Introduction to the Fourth Pillar: Food Security “Ang abot kaya at masustansyang pagkain para sa lahat ng ating mga kababayan ay napaka importante. Napaka importante din nang ating mga magsasaka at mangingisda ay mapangalagaan.” Food security is achieved when everyone has access to sufficient and nutritious food, and in order to have that, Gibo says that the government should help…

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Bagong Pilipinas para sa Bagong Henerasyon: The 7 Pillars, Basic and Higher Education Reform

Introduction to the Second Pillar: Quality Education Should Be Accessible to Everyone “Ang bawat isang Pilipino ay likas na yaman.” Gibo considers the Filipino people as one of the country’s most important natural resources. He also believes education is a basic human right that should be affordable and accessible to all.  Only with proper education can the country ensure productive…

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Bagong Pilipinas para sa Bagong Henerasyon: The 7 Pillars, Vaccine Administration

Introduction to the First Pillar: Expedite Vaccine Administration to Reopen the Economy “Bakuna, bakuna, bakuna!” Gibo believes that in order to reopen the Philippine economy following the pandemic, Filipinos must first get fully vaccinated so they can safely return to work. Once jobs are reopened, the economy can begin to revitalize. He is aware, however, that the country faces multiple…

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