#30 Kabayan Party List’s Harry Roque in Quezon City

  Nagkaroon ng pagkakataon si Atty. Harry Roque na kausapin at konsultahin ang ilang mga community leaders na nakatira sa National Government Center. Sila ay nakatira sa mga komunidad na matatagpuan sa Commonwealth at Batasan sa Quezon City. Si Atty Roque ang pangunahing nominee ng KABAYAN Party List.    

#30 Kabayan Party List sa Brgy 52 Pasay

Binisita ng pangalawang nominee ng KABAYAN Party list na si Ron ang Brgy 52 ng Pasay City. Si Ron ay isang abogado at preacher. Ipinaliwanag nya ang mga adbokasiya at plataporma ng KABAYAN party list. Salamat po sa mga KABAYAN sa Brgy 52ng Pasay sa inyong pagtangkilik ngayong hapon!

#30 Kabayan Party List supports calls for “unimpaired and equal” access of all media outlets to the Presidential debates. 

CenterLaw Statement Reference : Atty. Romel R. Bagares, Executive Director 09328798422 The Center for International Law (CenterLaw) supports Rappler’s move to hold into account before the Supreme Court Commission on Elections chair Andres Bautista’s arbitrary decision to limit coverage of Presidential debates only to big media companies. “The media debates are a matter of public […]

#30 Kabayan Party List’s Atty Harry Roque at Malibay, Pasay

Binisita ni Atty Harry Roque Kabayan Party List ang Malibay, Pasay noong January 31, 2016. Sa Pasay lumaki si Atty. Roque at ang kanilang ancestral home ay matatagpuan sa Gamban Extension, Cabrera. Ang pagbisita sa Pasay ay laging okasyon para muling makita ang mga taong nakita ang kanyang paglaki.          

#30 Kabayan Party List’s Harry Roque on LGBT & Manny Paquiao

Rep. Manny Pacquiao is my boxing idol but I must warn against discriminatory statements against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Discrimination has resulted in social exclusion in Philippine society, human rights violations and horrific crimes as what happened to Jennifer Laude. We must all work for the observance of the constitutionally-entrenched human rights […]

Atty. Harry Roque answers your Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)   Why are you running for Congress as Party List Representative and not for Senator as earlier reported? Economic social and cultural rights can be pushed using the national budget and the House of Representatives is still the keeper of the nation’s purse. Further, my role […]