Sharing a Facebook post from Atty. Oliver Olaybal regarding Salceda. MUST ALBAY SEND JOEY SALCEDA BACK TO CONGRESS, OR SUPPORT HIS INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE? Richard M. Nixon was very good in foreign affairs, but he failed miserably on domestic issues. Carlos P. Romulo was noted worldwide, but not in his own country. Here … Continue reading Salceda — Quo vadis in 2016?
The province of Albay has been busy last year responding to different issues and events or planning new ones at least from "A" to "Y" - that is, from ALECO and AlMaSor to Yolanda operations. Because of these, the land of Mayon is expecting (in some cases, realized) something new for 2014. The list includes … Continue reading New year and something new in Albay
Come September 14, 2013, Albay Electric Cooperative (Aleco) consumers will have to choose between private sector participation (PSP) scheme or allowing another electric cooperative (known as "Co-op to Co-op") to run the troubled electric power distributor in Albay according to reports. But will the options promise to "fix" the troubled Aleco? There are five major … Continue reading ALECO’s fate will not be determined by PSP or “Co-op to Co-op”
By Danny O. Calleja LEGAZPI CITY, Aug. 5 (PNA) –- The plan being carried out by the National Electrification Administration (NEA) to privatize Albay Electric Cooperative (Aleco) has engaged Albayanos in a clash of opinions -- divided between the rich, in favor, and the poor, against. The plan has become a burning issue in the … Continue reading Aleco privatization plan divides Albayanos