China's Milk Contamination

This is an email sent to me. The list cited here is NOT official. Ask the Department of Health or the BFAD if the following list is authentic. --Marlon Raquel--

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The following items have been recalled due to China 's milk situation… M&M's, Snickers, Mentos Yoghurt Candy, Dove Chocolates, Oreo Wafer Sticks, Yili Milk, Monmilk, DutchLady Sterilised Milk, Wall's All Natural Mango, Mini Poppers Ice Cream, Magnum Ice Cream, Moo Sandwich Ice Cream, Mini Cornetto & Youcan Ice Cream. These have been asked to be removed from stores. If you have any of these items in your house, DON"T EAT THEM. Please pass to people you care about.

Here's a more comprehensive list to date:

This is the latest list of items that is recalled.

1 BAIRONG GRAPE CREAM CRACKERS

2 DOVE H/NUT ALM & RAISIN CHOC

3 DOVE HAZELNUT CHOC

4 DOVE MILK CHOCOLATE

5 Dreyers Choc Cake Ice Cream 887ml

6 Dreyers Choc Cake Ice Cream 887ml

7 Dreyers Cookie & Cream Ice Cream 887ml

8 Dreyers Cookie & Cream Ice Cream 887ml

9 Dreyers Mint Chip Ice Cream 887ml

10 Dreyers Mint Chip Ice Cream 887ml

11 Dreyers Rocky Road Ice Cream 887ml

12 Dreyers Rocky Road Ice Cream 887ml

13 Dreyers Strawberry Ice Cream 887ml

14 Dreyers Strawberry Ice Cream 887ml

15 Dreyers Toast Almond Ice Cream 887ml

16 Dreyers Toast Almond Ice Cream 887ml

17 Dreyers Vanilla Ice Cream 887ml

18 Dreyers Vanilla Ice Cream 887ml

19 DUTCH LADY STER M LF BANANA

20 DUTCH LADY STER MK LF PLAIN

21 DUTCH LADY STER MK LF CHOC

22 DUTCH LADY STER MK LF SBERRY

23 DUTCH LADY STER M LF HNYDEW

24 DUTCH LADY STER M LF HNYDEW

25 DUTCH LADY STER MILK PLAIN

26 DUTCH LADY STER MK LF CHOC

27 DUTCH LADY STER MK LF SBERRY

28 DUTCH LADY STER M LF BANANA

29 FIRST CHOICE CALCIUM SESAME CRACKERS

30 FIRST CHOICE CALCIUM SALTINE CRACKERS

31 FIRST CHOICE CALCIUM S ONION CRACKERS

32 FIRST CHOICE CALCIUM SEAWEED CRACKERS

33 GINBIS PARTY ANIMAL BUTTER BISC

34 GINBIS PARTY ANIMAL SEAWEED BIS

35 GINBIS PARTY ANIMAL CNUT

36 GINBIS ANIMAL BISCUIT

37 Koala Cocoa Biscuit 40g

38 Koala Cocoa Biscuit 40g

39 KRAFT OREO WAFER STICKS 18S

40 KRAFT OREO WAFER STICKS 5S

41 KRAFT OREO W/STICK WH CHOC 18S

42 KRAFT OREO W/STICK WH CHOC 5S

43 Lotte Koala Cocoa Funpack 210g

44 Lotte Koala Cocoa Funpack 210g

45 M & M Chocolate Peanut 200g

46 M & M Chocolate Peanut 200g

47 M&M CHOC CANDIES PLAIN%

48 M&M CHOC CANDIES PEANUT%

49 M&M CHOC CANDIES-PLAIN

50 M&M CHOC CANDIES-PEANUTS

51 M&M FUNSIZE MILK

52 M&M FUNSIZE PEANUT

53 M&M Chocolate Candies Plain 200g

54 M&M Chocolate Candies Plain 200g

55 MEIJI UJIKINTOKI 2978

56 MEIJI UMAKABO CHOCOLATE

57 MEIJI FAMILY PACK-GREEN TEA

58 MEIJI CHESTNUT & REDBEAN

59 MENTOS BOTTLE YOGHURT PROMO PK

60 MENTOS BOTTLE YOGHURT

61 Monmilk BREAKFAST MILK MALT

62 Monmilk BREAKFAST MILK WALNUT 6S

63 Monmilk BREAKFAST MILKMALT 6S

64 Monmilk CHOCOLATE MILK 6S

65 Monmilk COFFEE MILK 6S

66 Monmilk HI CAL LOW FAT

67 Monmilk HI CAL LOW FAT MILK

68 Monmilk HI CAL LOW FAT MILK 6S

69 Monmilk HI CAL MILK

70 Monmilk HI CAL MILK 6S

71 Monmilk MILK DELUXE 12S

72 Monmilk PURE MILK

73 Monmilk PURE MILK

74 Monmilk PURE MILK 6S

75 MonmilkBREAKFAST MILK WALNUT

76 NABISCO IN A BISKIT CHICKEN

77 NESTLE NES D/STICK MINI VANILLA

78 NESTLE NES DISTICK MINI CHOCO

79 NESTLE MILK & BERRY STARS CRL

80 NO FRILLS WAFER BLUEBERRY

81 NO FRILLS WAFER CHOCOLATE

82 NO FRILLS WAFER PEANUT

83 Orion Fresh Pie 138g

84 Orion Fresh Pie 138g

85 Orion Tiramisu 138g

86 Orion Tiramisu 138g

87 PEI TIAN CREAM BISCUIT

88 Rabbit Milk Sweet 150g

89 SILANG NATURAL OAT CRACKER

90 Snicker Candies Funsize 240g

91 Snicker Candies Funsize 240g

92 SNICKERS PEANUT CHOCOLATE%

93 SNICKERS SNACKSIZE BARS PNUT 5

94 TAKE ONE BABY BITES 24S

95 TAKE ONE BABY BITE CK VG

96 TAKE ONE BABY BITE CARROT

97 Vitasoy Chocolate Drink 4s 125ml

98 Vitasoy Chocolate Drink 4s 125ml

99 Vitasoy Melon Soya Bean Milk 4s 125ml

100 Vitasoy Melon Soya Bean Milk 4s 125ml

101 Vitasoy Q Soya Milk 4s 125ml

102 Vitasoy Q Soya Milk 4s 125ml

103 WANT WANT MILK CANDY

104 Want Want Flavoured Milk 250ml

105 Yili Hi Cal Low Fat Milk 1L

106 Yili Hi Cal Low Fat Milk 6s 250ml

107 Yili Hi Cal Milk 1L

108 Yili Hi Cal Milk 6s 250ml

109 Yili Pure Milk 1L

110 Yili Pure Milk 6s 250ml

111 Youcan Masterbean Multipack

112 Youcan Passion Multipack

113 Youcan Silk Sliced and Passion Strawberry

114 Youcan Stawberry Multipack

115 Youcan Traditional Sesame Multipack 4s

116 Youcan Unusual Multipack 4s


-thank you

Ma. Claribel G. Caluya

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Federalism in the Philippines

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federalism_in_the_Philippines

Federalism is a proposed system of administration for the Philippines and a revision of the current 1987 constitution. Under Joint Resolution No. 10, proposed by senator Aquilino Pimentel, Jr., the creation of eleven autonomous regions out of the Philippine Republic which would establish centers of finance and development in the archipelago.[1]

Joint Resolution No. 10

The resolution will require the revision of 14 of the existing 18 Articles of the 1987 Philippine Constitution and the addition of two new articles. It seeks to adopt a federal presidential bicameral form of government.

Senate Majority

This proposed bill is backed by the 13 senators of the Philippines:

Eleven States

The states would be Northern Luzon, Central Luzon, Southern Tagalog, Bicol, Minparom (Mindoro, Palawan, and Romblon), Eastern Visayas, Central Visayas, Western Visayas, Northern Mindanao, Southern Mindanao and Bangsamoro.[3] These would be similar to the US 50 states.

Federal Administrative Region

Metro Manila will be patterned to the US Washington, D.C., and will be the seat of the Federal government. [3]

Senators Based on states

Other major proposals: the election of senators based on states; the election of senators representing overseas voters; the election of the president and the vice-president as a team; the abolition of the Judicial and Bar Council which screens nominees to the judiciary etc.[4]

House Concurrent Resolution No. 15

Rep. Monico O. Puentevella on May 7, 2008, filed House Concurrent Resolution No. 15 which supported Senate Resolution No. 10 backed by 16 senators. Unlike the Nene Pimentel Senate Resolution, Puentevella included the option of holding a constitutional convention, but excluded the People's Initiative mode.[5] Prospero Nograles, a self-proclaimed advocate of federalism, on May 1, 2008, announced: "This federal system of government is close to my heart as a Mindanaoan leader and I'm sure most of the leaders in Mindanao will agree that we have long clamored for it. Senate Resolution 10 is a pleasant surprise because the Senate has a long history of opposing any move to amend the Constitution." [6] The joint Senate resolution called for the creation of 11 federal states in the country, by convening of Congress “into a constituent assembly for the purpose of revising the Constitution to establish a federal system of government.”

Presidential Visit of Couchepin and Arroyo's backing

Swiss President Pascal CouchepinGloria Macapagal-Arroyo stated to visiting Swiss President Pascal Couchepin: “We advocate federalism as a way to ensure long-lasting peace in Mindanao.”
Swiss President Pascal Couchepin

Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo stated to visiting Swiss President Pascal Couchepin: “We advocate federalism as a way to ensure long-lasting peace in Mindanao.”[7]

Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo stated to visiting Swiss President Pascal Couchepin: “We advocate federalism as a way to ensure long-lasting peace in Mindanao.”[7] Press Secretary Jesus Dureza, on August 12, 2008, stated: “It’s all systems go for Charter change. We are supporting Senate Joint Resolution No. 10. Naughty insinuations that she [Arroyo] was going for Cha-cha [Charter change] because she wants to extend her term in office prompted the President to make her position clear. She is calling for a constitutional amendment… in order to bring about the Bangsamoro Juridical Entity. An opportunity should be given to the whole country to avail of the reform effects of federalism. The sentiment of many people there is to give local officials more authority in order to perform better. And the federal set-up is the way forward to this. The President has approved the way forward and there’s no question about it. If she has the political will to do it she has to muster political will in spite of all these noises.”[8]

Meanwhile, La Union Representative Victor Ortega of La Union, chairman of the House committee on constitutional amendments said, the results of his survey showed that 115 (94.26%) of the 123 solons were in favor of amending the Constitution. However, opposition and leftist lawmakers questioned the results and intent of Ortega’s survey, and called Arroyo’s proposal a ploy for her “perpetuation in power” and the removal of protectionist provisions in the Charter. Ortega’s survey showed 62 respondents favor Charter change through a constitutional assembly, and 89 respondents were in favor of shifting to a parliamentary form of government compared to 56 who voted for federalism, while 70 respondents preferred to amend the Constitution after the 2010 presidential elections. Members of the committee on constitutional amendments would vote by the end August on whether to amend the Constitution or not.[9]

References

  1. ^ JOINT RESOLUTION TO CONVENE THE CONGRESS INTO A CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY FOR THE PURPOSE OF REVISING THE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A FEDERAL SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT, Senate of the Republic of the Philippines, April 23, 2008, <http://senate.gov.ph/14th_congress/resolutions/sjr-10.pdf>. Retrieved on 27 June 2008
  2. ^ Federalism gets majority backing in Senate
  3. ^ a b Eleven senators endorse federal system of govt.
  4. ^ In a surprise move, senators give qualified yes to charter debate.
  5. ^ gmanews.tv/story, House resolution supports change in form of government
  6. ^ abs-cbnnews.com, House, Senate begin cha-cha talks next week
  7. ^ a b newsinfo.inquirer.net, Arroyo resurrects Charter change, Dureza: Federalism needs constitutional amendment
  8. ^ inquirer.net, ‘All systems go for Charter change’--Palace
  9. ^ newsinfo.inquirer.net, Solon’s survey: Majority in House for Charter Change


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