16 February 2016, 9:07 am – UNITED Nationalist Alliance (UNA) standard-bearer Jejomar Binay
on Monday vowed to provide more scholarships and loans to qualified students
who cannot afford to pay tuition.

Kailangan magkaroon ng at least 10 scholars sa
state universities at colleges. Naniniwala ako na dapat
libre ang pag-aaral
,” he told the Varsitarian after guesting on “Hiritan
2016” of the Unang Hirit morning show on GMA Network.

Binay, who came with his running mate Sen. Gregorio “Gringo”
Honasan II, also said would increase the salary of teachers, as well as the
budget allotted to state universities.

The vice president said the K to 12 basic education program was
a “good concept,” but needed to be improved. “Mayroon pang mga pagkukulang
na kailangang tutukan katulad sa mga
 facilities para maka-adjust ang
 fully sa K to 12,” he said.

vowed to sign an executive order requiring the disclosure of public
documents, similar to the Freedom of Information Bill that had failed to pass
in Congress, during his first 100 days in office.  

In Hiritan 2016, the Binay-Honasan tandem promised to provide
better Internet connection through the establishment a Department of
Information and Communication Technology.
Kung pwede gawing libre ang wifi, gawing libre dahil ‘yan
ang magbibigkis sa ating
 bansa,” Honasan said.
Better access to a information technology will also develop small enterprises,
Binay said. Kimberly Joy V. Naparan and Alhex Adrea M. Peralta


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