Leni Robredo Speaks on Term as Vice President 4 Days Before Stepping Down

Vice Pres. Leni Robredo Speaks on Six-Year Term

LENI ROBREDO – The outgoing Vice President spoke about her term four (4) days before she will step down from office.

The six-year term of the current administration will end on Thursday, June 30, 2022. A new administration will start under the leadership of president-elect Bongbong Marcos. He will also seat as the chief of the Department of Agriculture “for now”.

One of the those whose term will end on Thursday is Vice Pres. Leni Robredo. She ran for the presidential race in the Elections 2022 and placed second in the results. The supporters of the pink movement grieved over the election results but the Vice President instantly lighted a new candle of hope – the launching of Angat Buhay as a non-government organization.

Angat Buhay is a program under the Office of the Vice President. She also anchored her campaign to a promise of helping uplift the lives of the Filipino people. The said launching of the non-government organization is eyed in July.

Leni Robredo
Photo lifted from Yahoo News

Recently, four days before her six-year term as vice president ends, Vice Pres. Leni Robredo stressed that there are “no regrets” on her part despite all the challenges thrown at her office during her term. It is no secret to the public that Robredo was on the frontline of criticisms when she speaks about the projects or programs of the government.

Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the Vice President stressed that they were not treated as allies and part of the government but the hardships given to them at the OVP is what taught them to find other ways. According to her, they could have hoped that things were not hard for them but they consider what they went through as a blessing and they are grateful for they learned because of how they were treated.

Vice Pres. Leni Robredo stressed that they saw the power of private partnerships that is why they are confident to launch Angat Buhay NGO as they are used to working even without the help of the government. Currently, the OVP is waiting for the 2021 Commission on Audit (COA) ratings because they worked hard for it. The office is a recipient of the highest COA ratings three times.

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