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Arroyo

Gloria Macapagal. born 1948, Filipino stateswoman; president of the Philippines from 2001; vice-president (1998--2001)

arroyo

[ə′rȯi·ō]
(geology)
Small, deep gully produced by flash flooding in arid and semiarid regions of the southwestern United State.
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In November 2016, the Sandiganbayan dismissed the graft case against Arroyo over the botched national broadband project deal with Chinese firm ZTE Corp.
Pineda, an Arroyo ally, will seek a third term as governor of the province this coming elections.
A division of the Office of the Ombudsman had recommended in May last year the dismissal of the complaint filed against Arroyo.
Presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda noted in a radio interview that Arroyo is still not free to leave the country as an anti-graft court has issued a hold departure order against her.
In a legal victory for Arroyo, the Supreme Court upheld her right to travel, at least temporarily, until a lower court delivers a new ruling on whether she can leave the country now that formal charges have been filed.
It's really quite charming," said Simi Valley City Councilwoman Barbra Williamson, who rides her bicycle there regularly and has been pushing for the project to beautify the arroyo.
A successful journalist, Arroyo is currently the news director of the Eternal Word Television Network.
Between 3 March 1998 and 30 August 2001 we visited 24 sites with standing or running water within the mediterranean region of Baja California, from Arroyo El Rosario to the U.
In working with Arroyo, it was clear that this was a good fit.
We can now move forward and take stock of what remains to be done to help this current administration achieve its goals of giving a better life to all Filipinos,' said Arroyo, who is now a Pampanga representative.
A confessed Arroyo critic, Seneres disclosed that he is currently on bail for a pending inciting to sedition charge filed by then President Arroyo.
The court was responding to a petition filed by Arroyo lawyers Jose Flaminiano, Aufelene Anne Laxamana and Laurence Hector Arroyo who argued that the former president deserves temporary freedom.