The weekend of February 18-19 was a display of German-Filipino relationship. Over 40 German companies and organization presented their products and services to the public in this year's Mabuhay Germany at High Street in Bonifacio Global City.
As the political landscape becomes trickier to navigate, and the risk of political fatigue looms, young people are called to be more active, and step up as leaders.
"LP will continue to make its stand known on various national issues of the day such as our continuing opposition to the Marcos burial, our stand against extrajudicial killings and our opposition to the death penalty among other things," said new Liberal Party President Senator Kiko Pangilinan.
In an international conference on Economic Freedom and Human Rights in Business, Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo further accentuated that economic liberty is a human right.
"Globalization connects people to each other, but it also isolates us from one other. We have to look more closely at how we can make democracy a platform especially for those in the periphery to be heard," said Senator Francis "Kiko" Pangilinan, who is also the new president of the Liberal Party of the Philippines.