Freddie C. Velez
June 26, 2010
Speaking as guest of honor during the blessing of the newly-built Hiyas Malolos Pavilion, Pangilinan urged elected officials in this province not to waste the opportunity of becoming a part of the changes now being experienced in the country.
Pangilinan said that local officials are at the frontline in the delivery of basic services to the people, that’s why they should perform a big role in effecting great changes for the good of the country.
Alam kong mulat na tayo at marunong manindigan, kaya dahil diyan ay makakikita na tayo ng totoong pagbabago. Sa darating na 30-ng Hunyo, sama-sama nating makikita ang pagbabago sa ating bansa, kaya huwag natin sayangin ang pagkakataon na maglingkod ng tapat, mahusay at makabayan, ganyan na ang Pilipinas ngayon,” Pangilinan said.
During the ceremony, outgoing governor and Congressman-elect Joselito “Jonjon” Mendoza introduced Panglinan as the incoming Senate President.
Meanwhile after the blessing of the Hiyas Malolos pavilion, outgoing Gov. Mendoza administered the oath of office to winning Mayors, Vice Mayors, councilors (of Malolos City, Hagonoy, Marilao, Paombong, Angat, Pulilan, Bustos, Plaridel, Pulilan, Norzagaray, San Ildefonso, San Miguel, Balagtas, Baliuag, Bulacan, Bocaue, Doña Remedios Trinidad and Guiguinto) and members of the Sanguniang Panglalawigan who belongs to the Partido del Pilar-Liberal Party.
Executive Judge Herminia Pasamba officiated the oath taking of Congressman-elect Arthur Robes (Lone District of San Jose del Monte City); Congresswoman-elect Linabelle Villarica ($th District) and Congressman-elect Jonjon Mendoza (3rd District).
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