Aquino says reforms now the norm
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MANILA, Philippines—President Benigno Aquino III in his State of the Nation Address on Monday said that the changes and reforms that Filipinos had been yearning were now common under his administration.
“Nangarap tayo ng pagbabago, nakamit natin ang pagbabago at ngayon karaniwan na ito,” Aquino said in his third Sona speech delivered at the joint session of the Congress at the House of Representatives on Monday.
Among the changes he said are the improvement in roads, which he said have been made smoother, and the strict use of sirens, which is only allowed for ambulances, firetrucks and police vehicles.
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