De Venecia cites 3 projects in Pre-SONA tribute to PRRD
THREE impact projects on agricultural productivity and tourism in the Fourth District were cited in the pre-SONA tribute to President Rodrigo Duterte prepared by Rep. Christopher “Toff” de Venecia.
Featured in the video tribute were the Rice Processing Center in Barangay Oraan, Manaoag; Tondaligan Baywalk project in Dagupan City; and the Biker’s Den in Barangay Inmalog Sur, San Fabian.
De Venecia showcased these three projects through a short video featured in his official Facebook page and of the official Facebook page of Congress of the Philippines as a pre-SONA tribute of the 18th Congress to President Duterte, who will deliver his last and final State of the Nation Address before the joint session of Congress on July 26.
The video presentation shows residents talking and expressing their feelings about the immense benefits and positives effects of the projects, undertaken under the administration of President Duterte, in their lives.
The Pre-SPONA Tribute of the 18th Congress is entitled “Sa Lahat ng Pagbabago, Salamat sa Pangulo”, was produced last month by De Venecia as project director, in cooperation with the office of House Speaker Lord Allan Velasco.
All the congressmen, including those from the party list coalition, prepared their respective Pre-SONA tribute through short videos of all the big projects in their respective districts or sectors.
De Venecia thanked the government for all its guidance and support in these projects, especially the various reform measures that it has undertaken in order to push its agenda for development in the entire country.
Meanwhile, De Venecia launched the Philippine Creative Cities Network (PCCN) on July 16, the output of the partnership among the 59-member Arts, Culture and Creative Industries Bloc in the 18th Congress which he leads, and the League of Cities of the Philippines comprising of 146 cities from all over the country.
PCCN aims to enhance the talents of the youth in creative arts for socio economic advancement in their respective cities, De Venecia said.
Among the activities of the PCCN will include cultural mapping, film incentives, arts in public spaces, gastronomy tourism, creative plantilias, and sharing of infrastructure and designs for public infrastructures and others. (Leonardo Micua)
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