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Back in the Philippines her spokeswoman, Georgina Hernandez, wasted no time in releasing a more-detailed statement – that the VP had been “directing the Office of the Vice President to work with regional officials and agencies in setting-up relief centers for immediate emergency response on the ground …Furthermore, the Vice President has been in constant communication with her team since [23 December].In 2013, one year after her husband’s tragic death, she celebrated Christmas with her family in Naga City; the following Christmas she made a trip to her husband’s grave at Naga City’s Eternal Gardens.So 12 months ago, when she apparently planned this vacation, did she know then that she would be overcome by grief if she remained in Bicol.Be sure to remember the email address and password you select to manage your account so you'll be able to easily log in to our online services and products.On Christmas Day some 430,000 people were evacuated from their homes as they awaited the Christmas gift they really didn’t want – the arrival of Typhoon Nock-Ten (Nina), a powerful weather system that ripped away houses and tore up crops in a 110mph fury that blazed through the Philippines’ Bicol region.
But as the clean-up of Typhoon Nina continues; as the cost in lost crops and buckled buildings is assessed; as the victims of the winds and flood attempt to put their lives back together, many will wonder just how much real assistance the absentee VP was able to afford her region – how much time out of her busy holiday schedule she’d been able to sacrifice.She has also deployed a team in Bicol to assist relief operations”. The same Leni Robredo who flunked as head of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council, quitting after less than a handful of months.There, of course, she was ‘monitoring and coordinating’ the re-housing of victims from the 2013 Typhoon Yolanda – a lacklustre performance that ended up with the project being handed to a subordinate.Some 13,710 kilometres away, New York City was enjoying its warmest Christmas on record.And there, somewhere – either in the Big Apple itself, across the Hudson River in New Jersey, or in the next-door state of Pennsylvania – the vanishing Vice President of the Philippines, Leni Robredo, was enjoying Christmas Eve. Bicol born and bred and a former House of Representative member for Camarines Sur’s Third District, the news of the impending typhoon will have rattled Robredo.