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Wrong Margarita Cojuangco?

Margarita Tingting Cojuangco

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Philippine Daily Inquirer

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Philippine Daily Inquirer

Background Information

Employment History

Director

National Criminalistics Research and Training Institute


President

PPSC


Chair

CCP


President

Public Safety College


Affiliations

Baguio Country Club

Member


Patriots

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Education

doctorate degree

Philippine history

UST Graduate School


doctorate degree

criminology

National Defense College of the Philippines


master's Degree

Philippine history


master's degree

national security administration

National Defense College of the Philippines


Web References(127 Total References)


Museum Volunteers Philippines

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Our guest speaker, Ms Tingting Cojuanco, former governor of Tarlac, is a respected columnist of the Philippine Daily Inquirer.She and MVP member Lourdes Mastura will share their insights of and experiences in Mindanao.MVP Tour.Jan 26, Fri.Tour of the University of Santo Tomas.


Philippine Events Album - Maywood Bataan Day Organization

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Col. McMahon had the honor of meeting Philippine President Aquino\'s aunt, Dr. Margarita D. Cojuangco, PH.D., a former Governor of Tarlac Province, see event photos.
She was the Guest of Honor & Speaker at this event.


Political Caucus of Women Leaders in Mindanao is Launched

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Other messages of support and commendation came from Gefarina Djohan, Chair of KPPI; Senator Franklin Drilon, President of the Liberal Party; Margarita Cojuangco, former governor and President of the Public Safety College in Mindanao; Irene Santiago, Chair of the Mindanao Commission on Women; Zaldy Ampatuan, Regional Governor of ARMM, Muslimin Sema, Mayor of Cotabato City and other political leaders; Mujiv Hataman, Chairman of Anak Mindanao (AMIN), and Mario Aguja of AKBAYAN, two of the party list organizations that won seats in the present Congress.


Ex-Tarlac governor hits Aquino for mishandling Mamasapano encounter | The Varsitarian

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THOMASIAN and former Tarlac governor Margarita "Tingting Cojuangco" has called out former president Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III for "avoiding responsibility" on the Mamasapano encounter, which killed 44 members of the Philippine National Police Special Action Force (SAF).
"It was utter ignorance that he allowed a little number of troopers to enter a territory of 1,026 hostiles just because they believed it was only 15 to 20 people," Cojuangco said in her talk during the St. Antoninus of Florence Professorial Lecture at the Thomas Aquinas Research Complex last March 11. Cojuangco is the wife of Jose "Peping" Cojuangco, brother of the late Corazon Aquino, who is Noynoy's mother and president from 1986 to 1992. Cojuangco said Senior Police Officer 3 Christopher Lalan, the lone survivor from the 55th Special Action Company (SAC), informed her of the hardships the SAF members endured to reach the lair of Malaysian terrorist and bomb maker Zulkifli Abdhir, also known as "Marwan." Cojuangco expressed hope President Rodrigo Duterte would fulfill his vow to reinvestigate the botched police operation. Cojuangco obtained her master's and doctorate degrees in Philippine history in 1986 and 2004, respectively at the UST Graduate School. She finished her master's degree in national security administration in 1998 and doctorate degree in criminology in 2010 at the National Defense College of the Philippines. She served as governor of Tarlac from 1992 to 1998 and later became undersecretary for Special Concerns of the Department of the Interior and Local Government.


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In an interview with a news program of the ABS-CBN television network, Cojuangco even urged his nephew to resign in order to preserve the gains of the 1986 People Power Revolution.
"I think I did my part in restoring the democracy in the country and I don't want to lose it," Conjuangco answered when asked to explain why he has withdrawn support for his own nephew. "I feel that I owe it to the country. I owe it to the people. I served the people from being a congressman and as a private citizen. At the same time, Cojuangco denied that he and his, former Tarlac governor Margarita "Tingting" Cojuangco, started criticizing the Aquino administration because he was not given a position in the government. "I do not live for politics. I have my own things to do," said Cojuangco, who is now the president of the Philippine Olympic Committee.


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