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Interview on DZMM: ‘Pinakamasayang Tao Kung Walang Pork sa 2020 Budget’; Parents Welfare Act of 2019 | Oct. 1, 2019

In an interview on DZMM, Sen. Lacson answered questions on:
– House’s claims the 2020 budget is pork-free: “Ako ang pinakamasaya kung mawala ang pork!
– SB 29, Proposed Parents Welfare Act of 2019

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📰 Lacson files bill penalizing those who abandon their old, sick parents [Inquirer]

SB 29 Parents Welfare Act

From the Inquirer: Senator Panfilo Lacson has refiled a bill that would penalize those who abandon their old and sick parents.

Related: Senate Bill 29, Parents Welfare Act of 2019
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PingBills | Senate Bill 29, Parents Welfare Act of 2019

“While government is doing its best in providing support in the form of food and shelter as well as enacting legislations like the Senior Citizens Act, it cannot be over-emphasized that taking care of the elderly members of the society is not only the function of government, but rather it is a shared responsibility of government and the children of said elderly.”

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#PingTweets: On the struggle of ‘Atio’ Castillo’s parents as details of his hazing death surface

At a glance:
On the emergence of a new ‘witness’ in the hazing death of ‘Atio’ Castillo
FB chat among Aegis Juris frat members on the death of ‘Atio’ Castillo
John Paul Solano’s statement, given in executive session
Aegis Juris’ ‘commitment’ to the anti-hazing law

Lacson Bill Penalizes Failure to Support Elderly Parents

Parents who enter their twilight years may be assured of support from their children, after Sen. Panfilo M. Lacson filed a bill seeking to strengthen Filipinos’ well-known sense of filial responsibility.

Senate Bill 257, titled the “Parents Welfare Act of 2016,” provides penalties for those who abandon or fail to provide support for their elderly parents, especially if they can no longer fend for themselves.

“While government is doing its best in providing support in the form of food and shelter as well as enacting legislations like the Senior Citizens Act, it cannot be over-emphasized that taking care of the elderly members of the society is not only the function of government, but rather it is a shared responsibility of government and the children of said elderly. The care for the aged is neither an exclusively private matter to be left to the family nor an exclusively public concern best left to the government,” he stressed.

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Ping: Kalaboso at Multa sa mga Iresponsableng Anak ng mga Uugod-ugod na Magulang

Kasong kriminal, kulong, multa at sustento sa mga inabandonang mga magulang.

Ang mga mabibigat na parusang ito ang naghihintay sa mga walang pusong mga anak na mag-aabandona o magpapabaya sa kanilang mga magulang oras na maisabatas na ang panukala ni Senador Panfilo Lacson tungkol sa mas responsableng pag-aaruga sa mga matatanda.

Sa ilalim kasi ng Senate Bill 257 na tinaguriang Parents Welfare Act of 2016 at iniakda ni Lacson, malinaw na nakasaad ang mga parusang dapat na ipataw ng pamahalaan sa mga anak na nag-aabandona at nagpapabaya sa kanilang mga magulang lalong lalo na sa mga halos hindi na makagulapay.

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