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Friday, February 22, 2019

Si dating Associate Justice 'Presby' Velasco, Jr. at ang lalawigan ng Marinduque



Naging produkto ng pampublikong paaralan si dating Associate Justice Presbitero Velasco, Jr. “Presby” ang kinagigiliwang tawag sa kanya ng mga malapit na kaibigan, kamag-anak at mga kakilala.

Nag-aral siya sa Juan Sumulong Elementary School (First Honorable Mention) at sa Unibersidad ng Pilipinas (UP), siya nag-High-School hanggang college.

Natapos niya ang Bachelor of Arts Degree sa Political Science mula sa UP sa loob lamang ng tatlong taon at nagpatuloy sa pagkuha ng Bachelor of Laws Degree mula rin sa University of the Philippines.

Habang nasa UP College of Law, si Justice Velasco ay miyembro ng Order of the Purple Feather Honor Society at nagsilbi sa Editorial Board ng Philippine Law Journal. Nagtapos siya bilang ikawalo sa Class of 1971.

Siya ay ika-anim naman sa hanay ng 1971 Philippine Bar Examination with bar rating of 89.85%.

20 taon siyang nag-praktis ng abugasya bago siya naging miyembro ng Judicial and Bar Council noong 1993.

Nahirang na Undersecretary ng Department of Justice mula 1995 hanggang Abril 1998.  Kasabay noon siya pa rin ang hinirang na Commissioner of the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board; Chairman of the Board of Pardons and Parole; Commissioner of the Commission on Settlement of Land Disputes; at Member of the Committee on Privatization.

Noong 1998, siya ay hinirang bilang Justice ng Court of Appeals. Siya ay niranggo bilang ikawalo sa disposisyon ng mga kaso nang siya ay naging Court Administrator noong 2001.

Si Justice Presby ay nagsilbi rin sa Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) sa iba't ibang mga kapasidad: bilang National President noong 1987, as Commissioner of the IBP Committee on Bar Discipline, and as Honorary Chairman and Past National Co-Chairman of the IBP National Committee on Legal Aid.

Pinarangalang Most Outstanding Jurist ng Consumers Union of the Philippines noong 2000.

MAHISTRADO NG KORTE SUPREMA
Nahirang po siya bilang Mahistrado ng Korte Suprema noong Marso 2006. Ang mandatory age of retirement po niya ay noong nakaraang taon, 2018 sa buwan ng Agosto sa kanyang ika-70 kaarawan.

Sa kauna-unahang pagkakataon sa Korte Suprema ay siya lamang ang tanging Mahistrado na nagretiro na walang naiwan o nabinbin na kaso sa ilalim ng kanyang pamamahala.

Ang ulirang pamilya ng mga Velasco

KABIYAK NI LORNA QUINTO, tubong Mogpog at Torrijos.
Si Justice Velasco ay ikinasal sa isang napakagandang anak ng Mogpog, si Lorna Quinto-Velasco na ngayon ay nagsisilbi bilang punong-bayan ng Torrijos; may tatlo silang naging anak: si Vincent Michael, municipal administrator ng Torrijos; si Lord Allan, ang ating minamahal at napakasipag na Congressman; si Tricia Nicole Velasco-Catera (ang maganda at masipag na Representante sa Kongreso ng MATA Party List).

PAGSASAAYOS SA ESTADO NG ISLANG-LALAWIGAN NG MARINDUQUE, isang 4th CLASS Province


Cong.Lord Allan Velasco, Pangulong Rodrigo R. Duterte at dating Associate Justice Presbitero Velasco, Jr.
Ang tuluyang pag-angat sa wakas ng Marinduque mula sa kasalukuyang estado nito na nag-iisa na lamang at napag-iwanang lalawigan sa MIMAROPA bilang isang 4th Class province ang kanyang pangunahing haharapin bilang susunod na Gobernador ng Marinduque.

Base sa kanyang napakalawak na karanasan ni Justice Presby, hindi na marahil aaksayahin ng mga mabubuting mamamayang Marindukenyo ang pambihirang oportunidad na maisakatuparan ang layuning ito.

Inaasahan namang mabilis itong magaganap sa panahong ito dahilan sa malaking ayuda, tulong at suporta ng kasalukuyang administrasyon ni Pangulong Rodrigo R. Duterte at ni Congressman Lord Allan Q. Velasco kay "Gob. Presby".

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

President Duterte signs number portability measure into law





On February 19, 2019, Malacañang announced the enactment into law of the bill which establishes the option of mobile number portability for all mobile phone subscribers in the country.

Cong. Lord Allan Velasco, as one of the original authors of the measure through House Bill No. 5195, welcomed the President’s approval of the bill. Under this new legislation, cellphone users in the country can readily and conveniently switch to a different telecom service provider and still retain their original phone numbers.  

“This new porting process will ensure that cellphone subscribers in the Philippines will be less vulnerable to fraudulent schemes and that the risk of identity theft among them will be reduced. Furthermore, we can expect that telecom service providers will improve their perks and privileges since cellphone users can easily and effectively switch to a different provider if they are not satisfied with their previous one,” Cong. Velasco said.

Cong Velasco's introduction of House Bill No. 5195

Araw ng Marinduque, February 21, 2019: Provincial Ordinance No. 81-2009, Alab ng Puso ng Pilipinas' and Festivals




Exactly ten years ago, An Ordinance Declaring February Twenty-One of Every Year as "Araw ng Marinduque" was adopted on January 28, 2009, by the 11th Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Marinduque. Its sponsor was former board member, Yolando R. Querubin.

Section 1 of the said Provincial Ordinance No. 81 (Resolution No. 534-2009), stated thus:

Section 1. DECLARATION. In commemoration of the re-establishment of Marinduque as an independent province on February 21, 1920, through Act. No. 2880 signed by then American Governor-General Francis Burton Harrion, the 21st day of February of every year is hereby declared as the "Araw ng Marinduque".

Section 2 of the said Ordinance stated in part:
Section 2. BRIEF POLITICAL HISTORY. 
"... On May 1, 1901, the United States-Philippine Commission (The Philippine Commission was a body appointed by the President of the United States to exercise legislative and limited executive powers in 1901, acting as the upper house of a bicameral legislature, with the elected Philippine Assembly acting as lower house. The Jones Act of 1916 later created an elected Philippine Senate to replace the Philippine COmmission), passed Act No. 125 which created the Province of Marinduque, composed of the islands of Marinduque and the adjacent small islands. The provincial government was established in the municipality of Boac, the capital.

By virtue of Act No. 423, dated June 23, 1902, the US-Philippine Commission annexed the island of Mindoro, uncluding the island of Lubang (then separated from Cavite), to the Province of Marinduque. Boac remained as the capital of the consolidated provinces.

Four months later, on November 10, 1902, by virtue of Act No. 499, Marinduque was made a part of the Province of Tayabas, the present Quezon. On  May 17, 1907, under Act. No. 1649, the Commission made Marinduque a sub-province of Tayabas with Juan Nieva as Lieutenant Governor.

Finally on February 21, 1920, Act No. 2880, sponsored in the Lower House by elected representative Ricardo Paras of Marinduque, separated the sub-province of Marinduque from Tayabas and re-established the former Province of Marinduque. That law was signed by American Governor-General Francis Burton Harrison."

Interestingly, there is a Section 3 Contestability Clause in said Ordinance that reads:

Section 3. Contestability Clause. Any person or entity/organization who might find that February 21, 1920 was not the exact date when Act No. 2880 was signed into law may contest this Ordinance upon presentation of validated documents and evidences.


Here follows the document that serves as evidence of the exact date when Act No. 2880 was signed into law. Source: Official Gazette issue of 17 March 1920, Vol XVIII No. 11 showing a copy of Executive Order No. 12 signed by Governor-General Francis Burton Harrison. 

ORDENES EJECUTIVAS.

OFICINA DEL GOBERNADOR GENERAL DE LAS ISLAS FILIPINAS
Manila, 21 de febrero de 1920.
ORDEN EJECUTIVA}
          No. 12           }

De conformided con las disposiciones de la Ley Numero Dos mil ochicientos ochenta, aprobada el veintiuno de febrero de mil novecientos veinte, por la presente erijo en provincia la Antigua Provincia de Marinduque, desde el dia veintidos de febrero de mil novecientos veinte, y declaro vigentes en toda su fuerza y vigor, a partir de esa fecha, las disposiciones de dicha Ley Numero Dos mil ochocientos ochenta.
                                                                 FRANCIS BURTON HARRISON,
                                                                                Gobernador General.

 "In accordance with the provisions of Act Number Two thousand eight hundred eighty, (Act No. 2880), approved on the twenty-first day of February of one thousand nine hundred and twenty, (February 21, 1920), I hereby establish as a province the former Province of Marinduque, as of February 22nd, one thousand nine hundred and twenty, and declare valid in all its force and vigor, as of that date, the provisions of said Act Number Two thousand eight hundred and eighty."

(On which date should be adopted, the date of approval or date of effectivity, the NHCP in the matter concerning the correct date of the foundation day of the municipality of Buenavista, Marinduque stated that the NHCP Board earlier on on March 27, 2017, has resolved "to adopt in all cases” the date of approval “as its foundation date instead of the charter’s date of effectivity” on the basis of the latter date being merely procedural”.)


Front page of "Gaceta Oficial" Vol. XVIII No. 11, dated 17 Marzo de 1920 showing the page where Executive Order No. 12 "erigiendo en provincia la antigua Provincia de Marinduque" (page 529), could be found





Monday, February 18, 2019

The Marinduque Sperm Whale that's taking the National Museum by storm and other Torrijos sea monsters before that

1979 Torrijos sea monster

Beached or caught in the waters of Torrijos near Cagpo. This shark (or is it a butanding, whale shark, sperm whale, balyena, or plain sea monster really?), is said to have been caught by local fishermen in the open sea off Torrijos in 1979 and brought ashore. Other accounts claim it was found by fishermen dying at the shoreline. Photo: Junmel Tan

Then in the 80s, this balyena, whale was caught in the same waters and brought ashore in Brgy. Cagpo. 

Above photos of shark and whale courtesy of Junmel Tan of Torrijos.



This photo shows similar skeleton of a sperm whale beached in Silago, Southern Leyte in 2000 that measured 52 feet in length. The said skeleton is now housed in a temporary shelter for Southern Leyte tourists to see. A permanent edifice with glass casing to be constructed to house the reconstructed bones. 

In 1994 the Archaeology Division of the National Museum received a report from a certain Porferio de Guzman of Brgy. Buangan, Torrijos regarding a sperm whale stripped of its flesh, cleaned and kept by Mr. Luciano Matienzo.
The complete set of the said whale skeleton measured 43.5 ft. long and was identified by the Museum as belonging to a male sperm whale, a highly specially toothed whale of the species Physeter macrocephalus.

The whale skeleton was purchased by the Museum after further verification for a negotiated price. The whale skeleton is now housed at the NM Building as rare osteological material.


Ngipin! A display case at the National Museum of the Philippines now keeps the Marinduque sperm whale's (Physeter macrocephalus) teeth for viewing (above). 
Photo: Eli J. Obligacion
And today, 18 February 2019, this Marinduque Sperm Whale has taken center stage at the newly-opened National Museum of Natural History, Rizal Park, Manila.


Whale takes center stage at National Museum
by Rhodina Villanueva (The Philippine Star), 2/17/19

Photo: Walter Bollozos, Philstar

MANILA, Philippines — To celebrate World Whale Day, the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) in Rizal Park, Manila, yesterday unveiled to the public its newest permanent display: the Marinduque Sperm Whale.

“At the Hyundai Philippines Entrance Hall of the NMNH was the Marinduque Sperm Whale, a 13.25-meter (43.5 feet) long sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus) skeleton suspended from the ceiling,” the National Museum said in a statement.

 “The story of how the skeleton of the whale came to the National Museum began in 1994, when a report from Porferio de Guzman of Barangay Buangan, Torrijos, Marinduque regarding a sperm whale found on the beach there was received. Recovered, cleaned, preserved and kept by another local, Luciano Matienzo, the almost completely intact male skeleton was purchased from him and brought to Manila as a prominent highlight of the museum’s collection of osteological specimens. Twenty-five years later, the Marinduque Sperm Whale will now welcome visitors to the National Museum of Natural History as they walk through its doors,” it added.
  
Photo: Walter Bollozos


The sperm whale is the largest toothed whale in the world. It is one of the most iconic species of whale, made popular by Herman Melvilles’ classic novel Moby Dick. 

“This deep-diving whale was once abundant in seas all over the world, including in and around the Philippines, but was hunted heavily by humans from the 18th to the early 20th centuries for its oil,” the statement noted. 

In the Philippines, sperm whales can be seen alone or in groups in Bohol Sea and Sulu Sea and around the Batanes group of islands.

“Now considered endangered, they are protected by local and international laws,” the group added.

World Whale Day is celebrated annually to raise awareness of these majestic creatures and their plight. Founded in Maui, Hawaii in 1980 to honor the humpback whales that migrate to its waters to breed, this special day is now celebrated all over the world to show support for whales everywhere.

Friday, February 15, 2019

Fray Diego de Saura's monumental relief in Boac Cathedral one of renowned Spanish artist's last works

Marinduqueños should truly treasure this monumental piece of art, a gift from Spain, sculpted in Mexico by Spain's foremost sculptor during his time, the award-winning Angel Tarrac.

Is it ever cleaned? Or polished for once? 

The monumental relief in bronze of Fray Diego de Saura,
launched at Boac Cathedral, 1979 with Spanish royalties gracing the occasion. Tarrac died in the same year.

The bas-relief of Fray Diego de Saura that stands in the churchyard of the Boac Cathedral was sculpted by the artist Angel Tarrac,(1898-1979). He was born in Barcelona, Spain. His mother came from an aristocratic family, the Barrabias and his father completed the sculptural works of the ‘copula’ and the two towers of the Barcelona Cathedral in 1910.

Throughout his career, Tarrac earned numerous coveted awards. He won first prize for creating a monumental fountain in Barcelona, and a gold medal in the Spanish National Exhibit. He erected the monument for the French Republic in Agde, France and was awarded first prize for his stone sculpture The Birth of Mexico, measuring 70 feet long.

Birth of Mexico by Tarrac, 70 ft. long, Mexico City 1963

Angel’s works were displayed in 29 exhibits between 1924 and 1999. In an exhibition in Barcelona in 1936 during the Spanish Civil War, Tarrac presented a unique exhibition with 70 statues and portraits, sculpted while the exhibition went on before the public.

He received offers to work in many other cities in France after being set free by the French government to sculpt the Monument to the French Republic. In 1942 he set out for Mexico.

Monument to the French Republic (center), Agde, France by Tarrac, 1939

This is where Tarrac was commissioned to do monumental work such as the bust of the Spanish poet Jose Sagarra and the monumental relief for the missionary Fray Diego de Saura that stands in front of the Boac Cathedral in Marinduque. He sculpted the latter in 1978. 

Tarrac died in 1979.
Monumental portrait of José de Sagarra, bronze, 1977, Romea
Playhouse, Barcelona, Spain
Also read:

May nakakatanda pa kaya? Mga labi ng isang banal sa Boac Cathedral na hinatid ng mga pilgrims mula Espanya



Thursday, February 14, 2019

May nakakatanda pa kaya? Mga labi ng isang banal sa Boac Cathedral na hinatid ng mga pilgrims mula Espanya

Ito ang bas-relief ni Padre Diego de Saura, gawa sa Mexico at dinala sa Marinduque para sa isang bantayog na inilaan para sa kanya, pinasinayaan noong Feb 8, 1979. Naroon pa kaya ang kanyang mga labi?


Sa susunod na pagdalaw mo sa simbahan ng Boac, kapag pumasok ka sa main gate nito bago makarating sa simbahan ay may mapapansin ka sa bandang kanan na isang bantayog na may bas-relief ng isang nakaluhod.

Iyon po si Padre Diego de Saura, isa sa mga naunang prayle sa Boac.

Si Diego Saura y Vell ay ipinanganak sa Alajor (Spain) noong 1598, namatay sa Maynila noong 1631. Maikli ang naging buhay niya pero puno ng personal na katuparan at dedikasyon sa kanyang banal na paglilingkod sa Pilipinas – lalo na sa isla ng Marinduque.

Matapos ang kanyang pag-aaral sa Mallorca at Barcelona, pumasok si Padre Diego bilang novitiate sa Jesuits of Tarragona. Ang kanyang first vows ay naganap noong 1617. Narinig niya ang mga kamangha-manghang kuwento tungkol sa mga gawain ng mga misyonaryo sa Amerika at Pilipinas, kayat nakarating siya sa mga lupaing ito taong 1622.

Ayon sa tala, ang pambihirang pananampalataya ni Padre Saura ay kinabilangan ng ibang uri ng pagmumuni-muni kung saan naging kaugnayan niya ang mga santang tulad nina Santa Brigida, Sta. Angela de Fulgino, Santa Gertrudis, Santa Hildergis, at Santa Theresa de Jesus. Ang mga ito ay tinuturing na divinely inspired.

Noong 1977, para simulan ang mga hakbang para sa beatification ni Padre Saura, may 120 pilgrims mula Menorca ang dumalaw sa Marinduque. Dala nila ang mga labi ng pari para sa Marinduque na ang kanyang maging pinakahuling hantungan.

Ang malaking bronze plaque ni Padre Saura ay ginawa sa Mexico ng isang bantog na eskultor, si Angel Tarrac, at dinala sa Marinduque noong 1978.

Noong February 8, 1979 ito pinasinayaan - 40 years ago. 


Nadadalaw pa rin ngayon ang monumento para sa isang nanilbihan sa mga naunang ninuno natin.

Sa  inscription ay ito ang nakasaad:

EL PUEBLO DE LA ISLA DE MENORCA A SU HIJO REVERENDO PADRE DIEGO DE SAURA, MISIONERO JESUITA EN LA ISLA DE MARINDUQUE 1598-1631

Ito ang monumental relief sa Boac Cathedral ngayon


Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Boac cathedral is ‘greatest monument’ of faith, history

REFUGE The Boac Cathedral is not only a spiritual refuge but a fortress that protects the people of Marinduque province in times of calamity. —ERWIN MONROYO PENAFIEL / CONTRIBUTOR



BOAC, Marinduque — The more than 200-year-old church in Marinduque’s capital town of Boac is not only a cultural artifact but a “symbol” of the province’s deep religiosity.


Built in 1792, the Immaculate Conception Parish Church, commonly referred to as the Boac Cathedral, played “silent witness” to Marinduque’s history.

“It is important, for one, because of its historical past. It is also the foundation, the greatest monument of faith [of the people of Marinduque],” said Boac Bishop Marcelino Antonio Maralit Jr.

Strategic

The church stands on the hilly Barangay Mataas na Bayan, also the town’s poblacion (center), overlooking the Boac River and surrounding seas.

People held on to the belief that the church, with its walls and fortresses built and fortified with adobe, protected the island from pirate attacks in the 18th century.

“If you come today, you will see holes on [the church’s walls]. They say the holes were there for people to look into and shoot their spears [against the enemies]. Its [location] was very strategic,” said Boac tourism officer Genoveva Loto.

The cathedral now serves as the church’s center of ministry, Maralit said. In the same compound is the shrine of the Our Lady of Prompt Succor.

Thousands flock to the cathedral especially during weekends, among them tourists and historians.

National Museum declaration

The National Museum in December 2018 declared the Boac Cathedral an Important Cultural Property, with the formal proclamation held here on Tuesday.

“Our Cathedral’s walls remained untouched and the church itself stood as it has for centuries,” said parochial vicar, Christian San Juan.

In the 1980s, a strong typhoon damaged the church’s roof but its foundation remained intact, Loto said.

“It’s a source of pride [for Boac],” she said.

Loto hoped that the National Museum’s recognition would attract attention and aid from national government agencies to preserve the church.

Maralit said the Boac Cathedral was another “symbol” of the religiosity of Marinduque, known for preserving its Moriones tradition observed during the Holy Week.

“[The church] is not just a spiritual refuge of the community but also a refuge during calamities and war,” San Juan said.

Monday, February 11, 2019

24/7 Power supply now to the Marinduque tourist island destination of Maniwaya

Cong. Lord Allan Velasco with Gov. Romulo Bacorro and officials of NEA, Marelco DENR and PCA.


A year ago on Feb. 9, 2018, a switch-on ceremony was held at the island-barangay of Polo in Sta. Cruz, Marinduque. That was for the first ever installation of a submarine cable connecting an island to the Marinduque main grid. The said island thus started to enjoy an uninterrupted 24/7 power supply since then.

On Oct. 25 the ground-breaking ceremony for the construction of a 3-phase submarine cable connecting the islands of Polo and the popular island of Maniwaya in Sta. Cruz took place.

Now, exactly a year to the date, another switch-on ceremony occurred last Saturday, February 9th in the island-barangay of Maniwaya. This was led by Cong. Lord Allan Velasco together with Gov. Romulo Bacorro, Jr., officials of the National Electrification Administration (NEA), Marinduque Electric Cooperative (Marelco),  DENR, PCA and local barangay officials.

Cong. Velasco at the switch-on ceremony

This has ensured an uninterrupted supply of electricity to the two islands.

In his Facebook account Cong. Velasco posted, “Dahil po dito ay magkakaroon na po ng 24/7 na daloy ng kuryente sa kanilang barangay. Napakahalaga po nitong proyekto na nagkakahalagang 66M at ito po ay isang hakbang para sa pagpapaunlad ng isla ng mas makaakit po tayo ng mga investors at mga turista. Gusto ko lang po magpasalamat sa NEA, sa Marelco, at sa lahat ng mga tumulong maisakatuparan ang proyektong ito.”


24/7 Power supply. The new landmark at Maniwaya white beach. 

The same dream of uninterrupted power supply for the third island of Brgy. Mongpong is in the offing, a project of the National Electrification Administration funded through its Barangay Line Enhancement Program and realized through the tireless efforts of the Marinduque congressman.


Also read:

With Polo Island fully powered, the popular Maniwaya to also enjoy uninterrupted power supply

Whatever happened to the serious threats of subsidence at Maguila-guila Dam reservoir and the water leakages at Upper Makulapnit tunnel?

Still no intervention by DENR-MGB as promised!

Effects in Mogpog River near Butansapa of metal pollution from Marcopper waste dumps, January 2019. Photo courtesy of Nimpa M. Mangana
Two years ago ito ang sinabi ng Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB):
The vast mine dumps of Marcopper in Maguila-guila and Makulapnit areas greatly contribute to the sedimentation of Mogpog and Boac Rivers, as well as the leaching of heavy metals which can be harmful to human and aquatic biota even in low concentrations. The entire stretch of Maguila-gila river valley including the midstream Mogpog River experience the most extensive effects of increased siltation and heavy metal pollution from Marcopper waste dumps. 


As for Maguila-guila Siltation Dam, MGB-MIMAROPA is now closely monitoring the damaged structures of the facility and the development of subsidence caused by sediment collapse in the reservoir floor of the impounding structure.


These incidents impose serious threats not only to the integrity of the Maguila-guila Dam but also to the entire Mogpog riverine environment.

MGB-MIMAROPA suggested that gabion barriers be constructed at the downstream portion of the Maguila-guila SIltaion Dam near Brgy. Bocboc as a stop-gap measure to control the upsurge of sediments from upstream sources.

MGB-MIMAROPA photo June 2016.
Another structural facility that needs immediate intervention is the Upper Makulapnit by-pass tunnel, which recently showed water leakages from several segments of the sealed tunnel.This condition of Makulapnit by-pass tunnel including other water impounding structures of Marcopper pose the threat of flooding in communities located downstream of the mine site in the event of structural failure.

Water gushing out of an old tunnel, Upper Makulapnit by-pass tunnel, Jan. 2017. Photo: Luna Manrique

Meanwhile, to address the issues on environmental health at the mine area, hydrological survey involving assessment of groundwater condition in both Mogpog and Boac River Basins will be carried out in future monitoring activities.
The EMB-MIMAROPA Region presented the results of its water quality monitoring of the Boac and Mogpog Rivers. The presentation showed that heavy metals such as Lead, Cadmium, and Copper are still present in the waters of Boac and Mogpog Rivers in elevated concentrations, 20 years after Marcopper’s mining operations have stopped.
The UP-PGH presented the results of its rapid assessment of the health of residents living in proximity to the rivers.The results presented showed that several people exhibited skin conditions that may be attributed to the elevated metal concentrations in the river. - Text source: MGB-MIMAROPA 3/17

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