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UPDATE: Energy Sec. Petilla, APRI confirmed plan to cut-off power on Dec. 27

12/20/2012. According to our source, disconnection will take effect on December 27, 2012. This again due to ABRECO’s failure to deliver checks as agreed upon as condition for re-connection.  According to the same source, NGCP (National Grid Corporation of the Philippines) has also issued a disconnection notice.

This is now confirmed by no less than Energy Secretary Carlos Petilla:

Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho L. Petilla said Aboitiz Power has threatened to cut off power supply to the Abra Electric Cooperative Inc (Abreco).

“Ngayon they are being threatened again na puputulan, nag-intervene ako, sabi ko wag December 24. Sabi ko [December] 26 na niyo putulan. Binigyan sila ng (until) [December] 27,” Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho L. Petilla said.

read full story here: http://www.interaksyon.com/business/50870/aboitizpower-to-cut-off-abra-amid-unsettled-electricity-bills

Here’s the official media release from APRI

AP Renewables, Inc. issues fifth disconnection notice to Abreco

AP Renewables Inc. (APRI) issued a fifth disconnection notice to Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco) dated December 17 after the cooperative failed yet again to fulfill its commitment to the power generation company. The disconnection is scheduled at 12 noon, December 27, 2012.

Last December 10, APRI suspended its power deliveries to Abreco due to pending financial obligations amounting to P20.2 million and non‐compliance to the settlement agreement.

Power was reconnected the next day after payment for past due billing was made. An additional condition to the reconnection was for Abreco to pay its November billing via regular installment starting December 12 until December 24, and that there would no longer be any instance of non‐compliance to the agreed schedule.

However, Abreco missed the first three installments for December 12, 13 and 14. Abreco was also supposed to process their membership to the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) by December 15, as part of the settlement agreement. This will allow the cooperative to have an option for their power supply via the spot market. Again, Abreco failed to act on this commitment.

Moreover, the required Security Deposit that should have been posted in December 2011 per contract has not been provided for.

“As much as we want to continue supplying power to the people of Abra, the continued failure of Abreco to follow its obligations has forced us to issue this 5th disconnection notice,” APRI Senior Vice President Juan Alfonso said.

“We appeal to Abreco to abide by their commitment to APRI and once and for all resolve this recurring issue so the people of Abra will have their well‐deserved security in their power supply.”

APRI operates the Tiwi‐Makban geothermal power plants in Batangas, Laguna and Albay. It supplies one hundred percent of the power needs of Abreco, which serves the whole province of Abra.

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59 thoughts on “UPDATE: Energy Sec. Petilla, APRI confirmed plan to cut-off power on Dec. 27

  1. Basta idi naiyanak ni Apo ket awan ti kuryente, kutson ken Ipad. No man matuloy ti disconnection ket sapay koma ta ti ispirito ti paskua ti agari.

    Posted by Joma | December 19, 2012, 10:50 pm
  2. I hope they are going to settle this problem as soon as possible. I don’t like to celebrate christmas in darkness. Well, ABRECO must do what is necessary to keep Abra from power disconnection.

    Posted by mayana | December 19, 2012, 11:43 pm
  3. MANILA – Abra residents face a gloomy New Year, as Aboitiz Power Corp threatened to cut off their electric cooperative amid its failure to settle its bills.

    Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho L. Petilla said Aboitiz Power has threatened to cut off power supply to the Abra Electric Cooperative Inc (Abreco).

    “Ngayon they are being threatened again na puputulan, nag-intervene ako, sabi ko wag December 24. Sabi ko [December] 26 na niyo putulan. Binigyan sila ng (until) [December] 27,” Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho L. Petilla said.

    AboitizPower, through unit AP Renewables Inc, supplies the power requirements of Abra Electric Cooperative Inc (Abreco). AP Renewables operates the Tiwi-Makban geothermal power complex.

    As of last count, Abreco owed AboitizPower some P54 million.

    “Ang usual na nangyayari sa kanila is they issue a notice of disconnection. After a while, magbabayad, next month uulitin na naman yan. Walang katapusan. So paulit ulit yan to the point na last December 10 talagang walang pambayad so they were disconnected,” Petilla said.

    Electricity was restored to Abra after three days with Abreco’s partial settlement of P5 million.

    The electric cooperative, however, still has to pay roughly P16 million in bills it incurred in October. The amount is due on December 24.

    Besides its obligations to AboitizPower, the electric cooperative also owes P350 million to state-owned Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corp (Psalm), and P27 million to the National Electrification Administration (NEA).

    Psalm oversees the settlement of National Power Corp’s debts, while NEA supervises the operations of electric cooperatives.

    Petilla said the DOE is looking into how the government can help Abreco, but admitted that current options are limited because the utility had signed up under the Cooperative Development Authority as a stock cooperative, giving up NEA supervision.

    “Sana kung NEA yan, ngayon pa lang, papalitan na namin yung [general manager] if we have to,” Petilla said.

    NEA can also provide a credit line to the coop to help ease its financial troubles. This however means tax payers would end up assuming Abreco’s obligations.

    “We’re looking at options. Emergency powers of the President, for example, to step in kaya lang it may take time. Pasko pa naman. Baka ma-brown-out mo sila ng two weeks bago ma-resolve ito and you can’t live for two weeks ng walang power,” he said.

    “What I can assure you is there will be power on Christmas day. Christmas season, no comment,” he added.

    Posted by trex | December 20, 2012, 2:51 am
  4. good news! adda kuryente tay nu paskua

    bad news! no new year baka awan

    Posted by bird | December 20, 2012, 3:16 am
  5. for the 5th time nga haan agtungpal ti abreco nga agbayad.tsk.tsk.tsk. dkau tga abreco…pabasulen yo manen dgti consumers? padasen yo.. kabaybayad mi lng ti bills mi. ti prob di2 ket naigamer dan nga agtaktakaw latta.

    Posted by bukatot | December 20, 2012, 3:19 am
  6. Awan met maaramidan ti CDA ta prone ti abuse ti coop nga CDA registered, haan nga kasla NEA idi nga agregulate ken agisakit ti consumers, inpilit dan to met ngamin idi nga awan ti usto nga ratification

    Posted by lovelyn | December 20, 2012, 6:23 am
  7. awan met amu da ngamin.dapat kuma ti gm kada bod ket attorney ta amu na linteg,dagita dua nya amu da tayla agtakaw tay pinapintas luganda piling da untouchables da.kakailyan toy abra agunay tayun ah,kasatnu tayun nu awan kuryenten.

    Posted by ikis | December 20, 2012, 6:27 am

    Posted by dodo | December 20, 2012, 7:06 am
    • awan garud delikadeza da isu local oficials shld step in for d removal od d gm dn file cases anyway cla rn sisihin ng taong bayan lalo na c gob pg matuloy ung disconection

      Posted by eric shawn | December 20, 2012, 8:38 am
    • 5th time? Gm jun seares, board pres david guzman,and other board of director, dept heads headed by eunice barbero, dymphna seares, eng’g manager, audit manager and all personnel that involved, WE NEED UR RESIGNATION!!!!you cannot managed ABRECO! MGA MAGNANAKAW KAYO!!! RESIGN!!! RESIGN!!! RESIGN!!!RESIGN!!! RESIGN!!! RESIGN!!! RESIGN!!! RESIGN!!! RESIGN!!! RESIGN!!! RESIGN!!! RESIGN!!!

      Posted by weneedyourresign! | December 20, 2012, 8:37 pm
  9. Jun Seares should step down. I heard that this guy loves to collect expensive cars. Who’s money is he spending for his hobby. Just came back from the Philippines two 4 days ago. I could not believe that Bangued is so congested with public transportation. I have not been home foe 10 years. I was shock to see bangued like this.

    Posted by JP | December 20, 2012, 1:01 pm
  10. FYI: The system automatically checks for questionable keywords on your comments and and usernames . If so, it flag them as “Pending” and admin has the option to approve or delete. Sometimes comments may be legitimate but still got flagged. In this case, it will just take sometime for an admin to get into it and approved. So if your comment doesn’t contain these questionable terms, it’s posted immediately.

    Guideline is very simple. Simple laeng lakay! Avoid using vulgar words. Stick to the issue. I know that emotions are high because of this issue but you can express your view in an appropriate manner. Lastly, please don’t represent well-know names as your username, otherwise it will not be approved. Keep it clean folks!


    Posted by SysOp | December 20, 2012, 1:56 pm
  11. kasuhan sila sa paglustay ng pera….lahat sila…. baka naman walang mangyari …… kawawa talaga ang Abra. Kaya walang progreso kasi puro curakot sila.

    Posted by mayana | December 20, 2012, 4:39 pm
  12. abreco….!

    Posted by Tayum City | December 20, 2012, 4:42 pm
  13. how can we oust this undergrad n ill mannered gm if he being cuddled by the governor (nephew-in-law) and the congresswoman (cant determine the “real” affiliation with the gm). this only shows that…LAHAT NG BABANGGA, GIBA……awan….awan….awan latta t pinag asenso no kasta…..kakaasi latta ni abreno piman…..

    Posted by palileng | December 20, 2012, 6:10 pm
  14. What on Earth is happening with ABRECO???…Common…why don’t you do something good for all the Abrenians??Not only for your own good! How come you have this huge amount of debt? Where did the money of the consumers which you’ve collected go? Sa BULSA NG MGA officials ng Abreco???Is that the answer??? WHAT A DRAG……Corrupt people doesn’t deserve to live happy and peaceful…anyway…PANA-PANAHON lang yan…So PITY…you’re such as PESTS in this land!!!

    Posted by Hatake Kakashi | December 20, 2012, 6:14 pm
  15. All it takes is one consumer to demand an audit and/or demand an action from CDA.

    Sino ti kayat na nga dumawat ti audit ta maratrat met?

    No agkaykaysa ti consumers, haan met siguro nga maratrat amin. Awanen a mangibotos kanyada no umay nga panagpipili(t).

    Posted by Joma | December 20, 2012, 7:12 pm
    • oray agan anon ti arbrecon nga otang nga otang no di masukatan ti management (general manager) ken daguitay agal lalangit t swelsweldo da ken daguitay panag trab trabel da nga ribo-ribo oray no saan nga importante ti pampananda

      Posted by gemini | December 20, 2012, 7:55 pm
  16. Ngayon they are being threatened again na puputulan sinal-it ketdin daguitoy nga management ti ABRECOn, tinakaw da amin nga kwarta ti consumeren. Intayo manen ang rally’n jay abrecon apo ta ipaikkat tayo daguitoy nga management nga agtatakaw ti kwarta tau a consumer…..Puuran tay suda a sibibiag wenno ibitin tay kuma daguitoy management dyay plaza bangued.

    Posted by rallytayoapo | December 20, 2012, 8:52 pm
  17. Apay no tulungan da kami koma nga malal lalaku ditoy abrenian.com .kasapolan mi ti action saan nga taol a taol.

    Posted by ulaw | December 20, 2012, 9:02 pm
  18. Suicide Bomber, ania aramidem kabsat no maputdan tayo koryente no Dec.27?

    Posted by mayana | December 20, 2012, 10:55 pm
  19. I hope they are going to settle this problem as soon as possible. I don’t like to celebrate christmas in darkness. Well, ABRECO must do what is necessary to keep Abra from power disconnection.

    Posted by manyak | December 20, 2012, 11:33 pm
  20. ti dapat ket maikkat ni jun seares ken maibalod kadua na dagitay aglalaing nga adviser na, niya ti makunam tatta apo serafin alzate kunam idi nga nasaysayaat no agbalin nga CDA ti ABRECO, bagam man tatta no niya ti simmayaatan na

    Posted by tomar | December 20, 2012, 11:57 pm
  21. Saan kay unay nga patang nga patang ditoy website nga daytoy ket kasinsin ni baket ni sysop ni Congresswoman Bernos..isu nga no adda comment you ken congresswoman delete nga dagus ni sysop ta aso aso da iso na…saan nga nasayaat nga website nga pagiyebkasan ti sakit ti nakem.maymayat pay diay DZPA nga intay pagpapata ngan nen

    Posted by WARNINGTOALL | December 21, 2012, 1:45 am
    • is that true mr syop?

      Posted by drunken master | December 21, 2012, 3:31 am
      • i believe it is true, first cousin ni cong bernos diay ex-wife( sould i say ex?) ni sysop. anak ni doming nga kabsat ni nong dominic. but then again, ex-wife na metten, nya ketdin.

        Posted by manangbiday | December 21, 2012, 4:14 am
      • True. But Manang Biday is correct. And just for everyone’s information my middle name is Bersamin. So enough said!

        Posted by SysOp | December 21, 2012, 4:06 pm
      • You are absolutely right.We are burned down like anyone who posted too much.Privacy issue is the essence.they imbedded a software that could detect every posting where it coming from. Thanks to warningtoall .opens up a window to know..How the owner of this site related to Abra Politicians.Can we still trust this site where it is a sell out

        Posted by youbettertobelieved | December 22, 2012, 11:48 am
        • Takit is a very near relative .Cousin inlaw niya si Takit anong panalo mo diyan kay sysop ha drunken master.

          Posted by weareburned | December 22, 2012, 4:44 pm
        • youbtbelieve. il gve mr syop d benefit of d doubt. wht makes me wonder is ur statement as i scanned n studied u mght be one of d rubys pr n political strategist as if u r cncern to us [bloggers] by gving warnings dat posting coments against individual specialy ur bos wl be blown away. ruby is indeed brght as she admted in hs post to help takit to stay in power n she wl be a governu

          Posted by drunken master | December 22, 2012, 6:56 pm
        • cntinuation… to remain as governor by proxy

          Posted by drunken master | December 22, 2012, 6:57 pm
        • You’re funny! Am not asking you to trust this site. I don’t have a gun in your head to ask you to trust me. You are free to leave anytime if you want. But here’s the thing, abrenian.com is somehow getting into your nerves and now you’re doing a FUD on the users. FUD (Fear, Uncertainly Doubt) I famous trick from Microsoft to beat the hell out of it’s competition like the Mac and Linux. This reminds me of what Gandhi said: “First they ignore you, then they laught at you, then they fight you, then you win”. Anyway just look at abrenian.com’s track record since 2002. If it’s so bias, why is it so popular? This will be my last post on this matter. I don’t need to explain my side. This site’s direction is based on how the users make out of it. We don’t make jokes, we just look at the government and report the facts…it’s up to the users to take it or leave it. If you don’t like that, as I said, I don’t have a gun in anyone’s head…just take a hike will yah? you have all a great Christmas.

          Posted by SysOp | December 22, 2012, 7:54 pm
        • i doubt n i suspect datthose blogger who reveal d affiliation of mr syop to a politician are pro takit or d political strategist so dat bloger like me who make comments against takit wl think twice to post agast their boss. im starting to feel wht mr syop said . fear n uncertainly doubt to post a coment against takit. wc d bloger

          Posted by drunken master | December 23, 2012, 12:50 am
  22. awan dapat ti 13th month pay yo? Basol ti taga Abreco no apay nga maputdan manen. Haan mo ammo nga imanage abreco sika GM! Kitaem dagita dagita emplyadom agtatakaw da amin sabagay agtatakaw met gamin jay management simurot da a aminen!

    Dagitoy tay papanan na so nga maputdan manen!

    Salaries and Wages 2,472,500.00—-awan agsueldon ta adda nayon pangbayad jay APRI next yr ton
    Sickness Benefits 144,655.00— payya maboribor kayon agsakit ulo yon gapu ti kina agtatakaw yun
    Employees 13th Month Pay 5,028,842.25—–pang abono APRI
    SSS Premiums 477,536.00 – apaya nga adda datoy tinakaw yo payen ket emplyado met ti agbayad datoy
    Retirement Benefit (viste, Lomerico) 166,666.66 – utangen yo pay uray ket duduwa da laeng pangutang kay met
    BOD Per Diem 54,000.00—–kissayan sweldo BOD..kasla sweldo kuma kagawad wenno tanod. ta damag ko ket apan da lang mangmangan ken agibos ti kwarta ti consumer.
    Travelling Expenses 668,828.94—???????????? ay apo haan to met la nasisita ti papanan yo sobra kayo met nga gumastos apaya ageroplano kayo no agtravel kayo salbag ketdi.
    Office Supplies Expenses 397,650.92 – ket damag ko awan pay supply yun ni ballpen lapis ken papel awan
    Other Supplies & Materials 872,762.20——??????? anya datoyen graben ket awan pay ti di awan yun takawen yo man a datoyen nagado ket a supply yun nairaman samet amin a panty, brief, bra kada condom a para dagita agkakabit ditan
    Gasoline Expenses 445,420.01——???????????$$!^%$!&^!* datoy ti kunkunak kunak to met gamin gasolinaan yo amin nga personal nga loglogan yo aglaplaposanan ti panaggasgasolina yo damag ko pay, kanu cash advance kanu apay nga adda manen gasoline expenses yun
    Office Rentals – Sub-Office 2,000.00 adu la amin nga inaynayun yo apay agupupa kayo aya
    Hotel Accommodations 123,415.60—-check in dagijay agkakabit dita ABRECO ken agramanen a tay kakabit nan
    Water, Meals, Snacks 210,203.35—–nagrawet kayun haan nga meryenda laengen okasyon atoyen yurds apay agmeryenda kay pay lang maputdan la aluden nagpuskol ta ruprupa yun.
    Incentive – BAPA 63,363.80 ay apu diyon to metla ited ibulsa yuntto metlang datoy
    Repair & Maintenance 495,625.90 peya kanayon nga maperdin minimun lang met datoy perdi ta ulo mun GM isu kuma ti marepair
    Professional Services 64,750.00 haan nga kasapulan datoyen iabono jay APRI
    Advertising Expenses 25,000.00 haan nga kasapulan datoyen iabono jay APRI
    Operational Allowances 3,000.00 no need iabono jay APRI
    Interest Expenses (Banks, Private Individual) 160,485.50 gapu ti kinalaing yo nga agutang
    Miscellaneous Expenses 25,825.20 haan nga a masapul datoy

    Posted by magnanakawkaabreco | December 21, 2012, 3:30 am
  23. karma kayo metlaeng.urayenmi karma u.god is watching,abrenio watching u. awan ti makipamunpun nu matay kayo.

    Posted by ikis | December 21, 2012, 5:19 am
  24. kasuhan sila sa paglustay ng pera….lahat sila…. baka naman walang mangyari …… kawawa talaga ang Abra. Kaya walang progreso kasi puro curakot sila.

    Posted by mayana | December 21, 2012, 6:40 am
  25. THERE’S NO OTHER OPTION LEFT EXCEPT FOR OTHER CANDIDATES, BIG OR SMALL, TO STEP UP TO THE PLATE AND DO WHAT CONG. BERNOS DID WHILE THE GOVERNMENT still weighing to dissolve it, DECLARE IT BANCRUPT, TAKE OVER IT AND OFFER IT FOR BID IF APPLICABLE EXISTING LAWS ALLOW IT. We have many Abrenian lawyers who know the legal remedies, but why such deafening silence now when you are so impressive when it comes to lifting your own bank? Are you afraid to come out in the open even just assisting (secretly) our human rights organization/s to start the legal processes? If that public or private human right organization is also afraid, then you better ask their immediate dismantling for it’s just a waste of taxpayers money, government subsidy, and private donations.
    COME ON, face the fact that consumers are cowardly and innocently divided to initiate any action against the Abreco management, why the hell you are so selfish and coward to accept that? Are you waiting for miracle solution to happen thru RIMAT TI ABRA?

    Posted by brave heart | December 21, 2012, 4:06 pm
    • @ BRAVE HEART; We should not wait for a miracle solution to happen in order to solve our problems g’yem, our dear province mates should be reminded of that. We should not leave our fate to chance; for what we become is our choice, and our choice alone. Rightly so, our lawyers/members-consumers should come forward and at least advise us as to d possible legal remedies we may avail under d circumstances. Better yet, if they’re bold or even concerned enough to initiate d necessary complaint/action for d protection of our interests in general, and d Abreco in particular.
      D last time I checked, we still have 3 aspiring lawyer-candidates for SP members in d provincial board in district 2, namely; Atty. Bachiller, Atty. Alzate, and Atty. Venus – all proven and competent lawyers/counselors. Who knows, this could be a very rare chance/opportunity for them to show their mettle as future leaders of our dear province. Let us call out on them, then…
      To them lawyers/candidates/members-consumers, sometimes, we really need people to stand up for what is right. We need leaders who are willing to take that necessary first step towards change…So enough of political grandstanding already, D Abrenian people need results thru action, not empty promises or lip service, and we need it NOW.
      This is not only our battle, but also yours to win, thru our concerted action, never thru miracle solution…We will be watching you.

      Posted by RIMAT TI ABRA | December 22, 2012, 6:48 pm
  26. If I am not mistaken the Abreco has an outstanding balance of around 400 million pesos. How the hell could they ever pay that? Puraw ton daytoy tal-tallo nga ormot ko dipay nakissayan no di ket nanayonan.
    Why don’t we just let the Aboitiz to seize or take over it if our existing laws allow them to do so para wala ng sakit ng ulo ninoman?
    Then install Drunken Master as their General Manager and all the municipal mayors to be his collectors.
    Anong say mo STOP HATING?

    Posted by sleeping dragon | December 21, 2012, 6:14 pm
  27. maasian nak ken pareng badong, kasla ka lang ari t pinag ammom ta bagim nga kasla ka agnanayon nga adda t ngato….pati gayam family house yon ket nakasaldan ken aling milan malitupan lang kurang t bayad u t aboitiz nga 4.9M….tatta pagawidam to pay no patapuaken da ka dta abrecon? sabagay adda met ni vice mayor allan nga pagsangladam ta isu t adu t naurnong na, ammo na gamin nga inbangko dagijay cash advances ni baket na nga dymphna ta puro ka met byahe nga byahe ken no anya lang unayen t ar aramiden u ken paquiton….nasayaat ta d da kay paylang maangot t pdea……kitaemon pareng badong ta bumabakan ket sangnguemon t ikaso da kenkan ta saan mo nga malisyan daytoyen…..u should idolize angelo reyes and do the same thing….what a noble act to exit…..BUT WAIT, KASANON JAY MINILMILLION NGA NAIBULSAMON NO ARAMIDEM T HARAKIRI?

    Posted by palileng | December 22, 2012, 3:43 am
    For the past two weeks, Abra has borne witness to heavy artillery of statements tossed from your camp to the Abreco management.
    The brownout that precipitated all of these has long been gone and electric power has been restored in all the franchise areas of Abreco in the province. Yet the blame game goes on; all fingers are pointed toward Abreco that is relentlessly demonized in the local media and in social networks. Everything but the kitchen sink has been thrown to the hapless cooperative.
    Amid the alarm and confusion spawned by your bombardment, the Abreco management is furiously working round-the-clock to survive the financial crisis besetting its operations. All the attack leveled against it would not distract Abreco from the mandate of delivering quality, safe, secure, reliable, and affordable electric power supply to its 40,000 plus member consumers.
    If Aboitiz’s intransigence is the Damocles’ sword hanging above Abreco’s neck, your incessant bickering about leadership change is the albatross hovering menacingly over Abreco’s back. We admire your political acumen in riding piggyback on this issue to reap maximum mileage for your re-election campaign. You parlay misery adroitly into publicity points.
    On second thought, aren’t you just wagging the dog’s tail, Sir and Ma’am, in order to divert attention from your own imminent Waterloo viz the unfinished Abra provincial hospital project? Just asking. But let us not digress.
    Admittedly, the financial woes of Abreco continue to fester for many billing months to come, like an open gangrenous wound that refuses to heal. Well-intentioned leaders like the Congresswoman have already offered their substantial help to salve and save this ailing public utility organization.
    Aside from your maneuverings at NEA, PSALM, Aboitiz, and of late at DOE, and your collaboration with certain NGOs all geared toward leadership change in Abreco—what can the Abreños expect from you in order to address the issue on power crisis?
    Do you intend to play possum indifferently until the right moment of power grab plays right into your hands? In that case, you may be correct in expecting a lot of pay-offs from this mess. That’s what you are conjugally in power for. (When in control, ponder.)
    Or, you could be in for a big surprise if and when the shit in the fan flies back into your matrimonial face. The winds of change alter direction without your knowing it.
    You should not wait out for the mess to run its course. Abreco needs all the help it can get, sans your obstructionist posturing, sans your blatant scheming for more power.
    In moments like this, you have the rare opportunity to stand tall in exercising statesmanship above the reach of small quarrels and short expectations. You should help Abreco without setting the pre-condition of possessing it.
    After all the artillery of harsh words and dubious plans, you can still emerge big in the hearts of Abreños if you can salve and save Abreco too, beyond mere lip service.
    To quote Don José María Aruznendiarrieta: “Cooperativism is the affirmation of faith in human beings, in work, in integrity, in human coexistence, all of which are facing constant and progressive improvement.”
    We, your constituents, hope and pray for your enlightenment.
    Yours sincerely,
    Juan de Abra

    Posted by Leopoldo P Ardiente Sr. | December 23, 2012, 12:39 am
  29. Juan ardiente sr, is none other than GM LORETO PERALTA SEARES JR.! Who’s on travel right now.

    Posted by Electric boy | December 23, 2012, 2:28 pm
  30. electric boy, dont get yourself confuse buddy….its the loreto senior not the junior…..i dont think the younger loreto can express his thoughts like this one….i’ve heard him once over the radio at the peak of this abreco mess, boy you can compare him to a pre school kid reading his books……..

    Posted by bunog | December 23, 2012, 8:28 pm
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