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UNA senatorial candidate Cagayan Rep. Jack Enrile on Friday said he welcomed the move of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources and the Department of Agriculture to lift the ban on “tamban” fishing. Tamban is being canned by local manufacturers.

“This is definitely a boon to our local fishermen who have been affected by the fishing ban. This time, they should exercise responsible fishing to avoid depleting our aquatic resources,” Enrile said in a press statement.

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  • koolkid_inthehouse

    What a moron candidate.  Let the BFAR do their work,  sardines are seasonal.  Sardines should not be harvested during reproduction season. 

    I can’t believe what an EPAL this Jackie and he was educated in the USA.  That’s all the brain and learned he got?

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/JKS7Y3WBUOJPOMTYPCRXSKW7KM Franzeline Perdubal

    Jack Enrile, why not comment on smuggling in your own turf. 

    Bistado ka na, Jack.

  • koolkid_inthehouse

    Is that all and you call that a press statement?  Man you paid a lot to PDI just for that.

    • lazy_dawg

      he did not pay for this ad, the masa did, people’s money my friend .. courtesy of JPE at the helm ….. 

  • koolkid_inthehouse

    What a trivial press statement.  A no brainer and you expect people will vote for you.  Nothing to say about helping Filipinos by creating jobs, full time jobs with benefits?  Real long term jobs not smuggling jobs.

  • ang_dagat

    ‘This time, they should exercise responsible fishing to avoid depleting our aquatic resources’. They should?  But they won’t.

  • doublecross

    KAHIT ANO GAWIN MO KILALA KA NA.
    .

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/4XVVCOAZXYTPN2X3IPFCFDSKFM Melvin

    Sa kabutihan ng bansa sana ay matalo itong si Jackal Enrile…

  • Barangkuag

    This man only goes to his district in Cagayan to feast and shoot his automatic guns on coconut trees. He didn’t even bother to drop by the BCFC-JAKA Corporation in Tuguegarao where he was the CEO. Not even once. The Company was just a few meters from the highway. By the way, BCFC-JAKA collapsed due to mismanagement.

    If he can let his family company collapse because he doesn’t care, he can do that to the Senate. He will just waste people’s money.

    And this man doesn’t travel alone. He’s got a large entourage behind him. Imagine if he will become a senator. All his expenses will no longer be shouldered by JAKA, but by the Senate. People’s money.

    • buttones

      That’s a bit unfair, shooting coconut trees, they’re not even armed……No, I don’t think I can give this man my vote, we’ve enough ’gunmen’ in government already—and running a company into the ground? Well ANYBODY can do that, even me- that’s not clever…Another one off of my list…..

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/UBIINQFBMYV2D4R4AESA3GOV6A Apo ni Gregorio del Pilar

      Huwag iboto si killer!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_W7TPARCYJFCSA3PBQAM3MVZO3E kurakut

    WHAT IS RESPONSIBLE FISHING? BAKA RESPONSIBLE GRAFT AND CORRUPTION! HINDI MO NA KELANGAN MAGING SENADOR, MAYAMANG MAYAMAN NA KAYO. HINDI NAMAUUBOS ‘YANG PERA NYO. 

    • $43901987

      kelangan nya maging senador para may protection ang smuggling at illegal logging business.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_W6H5DZKUQTUASP4S6CGTK7B3E4 kevin

    And you can think you can fool the people into voting you,,,,Jackal

  • buttones

    “This is definitely a boon to our local fishermen who have been affected by the fishing ban. This time, they should exercise responsible fishing to avoid depleting our aquatic resources,” Enrile said in a press statement. Well certainly there is an advantage in being able to fish, particularly if you happen to be a fisherman, a bit of an obvious comment if you ask me. On the ‘responsible fishing’ , well fishermen go out and catch as much fish as they can, there are NO quotas so what is meant by ‘responsible? As regards Mr. Enrile, I guess this is what you get when you combine a name, doubtless an educational background from obscure Californian institutions of learning [where else?] clean living and a balanced diet….[sort of] . This man will go a long way…. The further from PH the better if you ask me…

  • tita_cacayan

    what do you know about fishing and sardines ,you no need to worry you wont win ,we believe you if smuggling fish and sardines 

  • pulis

    Jack-ass Enrile, marami kang pinag papatay noong panahon nyo..May oras ka rin…Sana masagasa-an ka ng Pison! lol

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Charles-Lynel-F-Joven/685946584 Charles Lynel F. Joven

    the sardine ban is good..a ban on voting Jack-ass Enrile would be very good for us too….

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/JBTJXZVGZ6L6KALBKFT3FDIONQ Othro

    Publicity  lang ito… what does he know about  fisheries  laws?  Bwah  ha ha ha

    • UrHONOR

      Alam din naman nya yong law na …..NO Fishing.  Hind naman siya ganung katanga na walang alam. At sigurado ako alam din nya yong NO smoking at NO loitering.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/JBTJXZVGZ6L6KALBKFT3FDIONQ Othro

    Wala nang ban kasi wala ng isda  bwah ha ha

  • tonyoks

    kahit anong gawin kong torta sa utak kong sinlaki lang din biya, di ko talaga matanto kung bakit pinublish pa nila itong article na to…

    si jakal “hailed the end of the fishing ban????

    balita na agad???

    come on PDI …cheapy nyo naman….

  • mariobig

    wala  ng pag asa  manalo ka  hahahahahaha kung mangadaraya ka malamang manalo ka gaya dati ng tatay mong nanday nuon kaya natalo si Pimentel…..

  • Akoaykanoy

    Fishing ban? Oh common Jackie enrile what we need is killing ban. You and your papa are both killers.

  • galit_sa_oligarko

    ANG LAKI NG BINAYAD SA ARTICLE NA ITO . WALA NAMANG KWENTA. WALANG BOBOTO SA YO UGOK

  • Crazy_horse101010

    theres a fishing ban where i live because there is no more fish. the fishing boats are rotting on shore and fish in a fishing village have to be imported from another island and cost more here than in the city.i used to look out at night and it looked like city on the ocean with all the lights now you only see 2 or 3 boats with lights

  • UrHONOR

    >>>UNA senatorial candidate Cagayan Rep. Jack Enrile on Friday said he welcomed the move of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources and the Department of Agriculture to lift the ban on “tamban” fishing. Tamban is being canned by local manufacturers.<<<

    O….magaling naman palang mag-WELCOME itong si Dyak da rippah….at buti na lang pina-alam nya na "BOON" sa fishermen yong lifting.  Para makasigurado, yong sinabi nya ay hindi yong pagtataas ng BOOM sa barko.  Paano kayang nahalal na Rep ito sa Cagayan?  Malamang sa decree na lang ng erpat nyang mata dor at walang may tapng na komontra.  Susmaryosep!  Pati ba naman yang welcoming na yan ay pinalalabas na accomplishment na kahit sinong grade 1 ay kayang-kayang gawin?

  • AllaMo

    Jeez! I just hope the inquirer got paid for this effing press release of pseudo-news article. Still, phuck you, pdi ombudsman, for foisting this joke on your readers. 

  • Yxon

    sana hindi ka manalo….bakit hindi mo na lang kami pabayaang mamuhay ng tahimik? ganid ka ba talaga?

    • Pedro_Gil

      like father like son. it took him 17 years to finish his college right after he graduated from high school. cant trust this guy also being a killer. WTF

  • $14334231

    kung sabihin mong i-ban ang importation ng used car at ipasara mo ang port irene, baka maniwala pa ako….kaso, pag hindi kayo apektado, okay lang sa’yo…..anong say mo tungkol kay anido….buhay ka pa sinisilyaban na ang kaluluwa mo, pati na na ang tatay mong kunsentidor……wala kang makukuhang boto sa pamilya ko pati sa mga kaalyado ko…..nagkaisa na kami na ikaw ay pareho ng tatay mo….talamak sa kawalanghiyaan….pweeeee…..

  • marionics

    tanginamoka jack ikaw ang dapat ma-ban hayop kayong magama…pweh!

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