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Aquino

Corazón, known as Cory. born 1933, Philippine stateswoman: president (1986--92)
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Aquino sees Brooklyn as a place of unlimited retail potential, noting the recent proliferation of Brooklyn waterfront projects akin to London's Canary Wharf, and the possibility of an influx of fine restaurants and retail to take advantage of the borough's spectacular Manhattan views.
Speaking at the commemoration of her father's 36th death anniversary Wednesday at the Manila Memorial Park in Paranaque City, the actress-host invited Roxas to join her before the tomb of her dad, Senator Benigno Aquino Jr., for a photo.
In a rally in Iloilo City on Wednesday, Drilon called on his fellow Ilonggos to make Aquino their number one senator in the May elections.
President Aquino, together with Maria Elena "Ballsy" Aquino-Cruz and Victoria Elisa "Viel" Aquino-Dee, prayed the rosary before Ninoy's tomb at the Manila Memorial Park in ParaAaAaAeA~aque Cit
The realisation of direct foreign investments from Europe would mean additional 55,000 jobs for Filipinos, said Aquino in New York, the transcript of which reached Manila.
Aquino, who ran under the Liberal Party banner, garnered 15,208,678 votes, while Binay of the Filipino Democratic Party-Force of the Nation flag got 14,645,574 votes, the official tally of all 278 certificates of canvass showed.
Aquino adds, "The area sees plenty of traffic from well-heeled customers, which is why it is so sought after."
A certain omarchacha126 made the remark on Aquino's Instagram post last Thursday, Aug.
During the two rounds of ABS-CBN's "Harapan 2019" senatorial town hall debates,aspirants particularly those who were running under the opposition coalition or used to work for the previous government offered opposing views on how the Aquino administration handled different crises.
Aquino's character profile was published by the Malaysian Insider on November 16, 2015.
Reacting to a statement given by business analyst Peter Wallace that Aquino's will to push reforms leaves much to be desired, Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte said everything that has taken place over the past two years since the President took office "belies that claim."
The Aquino family rejected an offer by the administration of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo to honor Aquino with a state funeral and opted instead for a ''people's funeral.''