‘Steady Eddie’ hailed for upholding PH democracy, economy

Philippine Daily Inquirer 08/01/2022

MANILA, Philippines — He was known by such monikers as “Steady Eddie,” for his unflappable nature, and “Tabako,” for his penchant for carrying a cigar. But officials, lawmakers, and diplomats remembered Fidel V. Ramos, or FVR, best…

The Amboy is disgusted

Jobers R. Bersales 11/02/2016

During my student activism, there were three Filipinos we feared — and hated — the most: the dictator Ferdinand Marcos, followed by his Defense secretary Juan Ponce Enrile and then his Integrated National Police chief Fidel V.…

Enforcing our Laws in a Special Seascape

Atty. Gloria Estenzo Ramos 02/28/2016

Tañon Strait is a migratory pathway of half of the entire species of whales and dolphins in the country. Aside from being their breeding, nursery, feeding and resting grounds, it’s also a rich fishing area for our…

China told: Don’t bully Philippines

Inquirer.net 11/16/2015

Do not bully the Philippines.” Although not naming China, former president Fidel V. Ramos was clearly calling on Beijing as he stressed that security issues must also be discussed during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) Summit in…

After flagpole stunt, cabbie back on the road

Apple Ta-as 10/11/2015

Days after he  chained himself to the flagpole of the Cebu Provincial Capitol saying he had a special message from an angel, Ervin Oliveros  returned to his job as a taxi driver. He was released by the…

Timely advice for journalists and P-Noy from a former president: How to handle power, conflicts and kissing

Eileen G. Mangubat 05/04/2014

Cracking jokes and giving his trademark victory jump, former president Fidel V. Ramos showed the lighter side of his role as a statesman as he laced an otherwise serious speech to journalists with shots of humor. He…

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