Gabriela Women’s Party Representative Liza Maza today joined government employees in denouncing the use of GSIS assets in the Malacanang-led bid to takeover Meralco.
“Malacanang should stop pitting government employees’ funds for this apparent financial crackdown on business and media institutions that refuse to toe her line,” said Maza.
Maza fears transferring the Meralco management from the Lopezes to the Malacanang-Garcia conspiracy is like putting electricity consumers from the frying pan to the fire.
Gabriela Women's Party has more than 100,000 card-bearing members nationwide and in other countries.
These are the Gabriela chapters nationwide and abroad:
National Capital Region
Panay and Guimaras
Cagayan De Oro
Zamboanga del Sur
Gabriela Women's Party Rep. Luz Ilagan along with Reps. Satur Ocampo (Bayan Muna) and Crispin Beltran (Anakpawis) speak before a forum organized by the Philippines-Canada Task Force on Human Rights in Montreal.
During the forum, the progressive solons, gave inputs on the human rights situation in the Philippines, particularly on the killings and abductions involving activists, leaders and members of partylist organizations, the continued implementation of the Arroyo government's coutner insurgency program or Oplan Bantay Laya and the political persecution of partylist solons.
MANILA, Philippines -- A bill extending the maternity leave benefits for women from the current 60 days to 120 days was filed Tuesday at the House of Representatives.
House Bill 3973 known as “An act increasing maternity leave benefits from 60 days to 120 days or four months” was initiated by Gabriela Women’s Partylist Representatives Liza Maza and Luzviminda Ilagan.
The hearing today on the motion for the judicial determination of probable cause filed by Gabriela Women’s Party Representative Liza Maza, Reps. Satur Ocampo and Teddy Casino (Bayan Muna) and Rep. Rafael Mariano (Anakpawis) has been reset to May 12 by Judge Evelyn Turla of Branch 40, Palayan City Nueva Ecija RTC. This after the prosecution declared that the CIDG is requesting 5 days or until April 30 to comment on the motion.
“The US-RP Visiting Forces Agreement, the threats that it continues to present against our sovereignty and the Filipino people should give us every reason to abrogate this agreement. That these military exercises continue despite its obvious violation of the Philippine Constitution, with the sanction of the Arroyo government, gives us all the more reason to further the calls for her immediate resignation.”
One thing that saves the House of Representatives from total disrepute is the fact that we have two Filipina Members of Congress who does us proud by their mere existence, by their advocacies and by the forward-looking and progressive outlet. I am referring to Liza Maza and Luzviminda Ilagan, the duly-elected partylist representatives of Gabriela Women’s Party, ang partido ng mga Pinay.
An act amending Title Four of Book Four of the Labor Code of the Philippinesproviding for women and gender education in the workplace
An act to create a National Women’s Museum, and for other purposes
An act declaring February Four of every year as "Araw ng Pagdakila sa mga Pilipinong Nagbuwis ng Buhay noong Digmaang Pilipino-Amerikano”, providing for support programs, and requiring the appropriation of funds therefor.