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Who owns Rappler? Unearthed documents suggest foreign powers partly control it

Did Maria Ressa deliberately lie?

BINASA KO YONG VERA FILES. THEY HAVE A FACT CHECK ON WHO OWNS RAPPLER.

Eh di pinak check ko rin sila. Eto po yong link:

http://verafiles.org/…/vera-files-fact-check-three-things-d…

Go to this paragraph where they said:

“In other words, walang control, walang say ‘yong owners ng PDRs sa (PDR owners have no control in the) day-to-day operations. They don’t have representation in the board, they don’t vote, they cannot decide on policy,” he added."

Manloloko ang Vera Files. Akala nila, sila ang SEC. That's not the SEC decision. Kaya, wag kayong mag-papaniwala dito sa Vera Files na to. They too twist and withhold information para yong decision mo goes their way.

In other words, sabi nang SEC, wala namang anything wrong sa issuance nang PDRs. The problem was with the conditions doon sa PDRs na ini-syu nang Rappler to Omidyar Network, kaya ni revoke nang SEC ang registration nang Rappler.
Ano yong condition?

Me probisyon pala doon na nagsasabing – “Rappler and Rappler Holdings cannot alter, modify, or change their Articles of Incorporation and Corporate By-Laws without discussion with the Omidyar Network PDR holders and obtaining the approval of at least two-thirds of all issued PDRs.”

Ganern! Hahahaha!

Eto po ang SEC decision.

Tse!

Quote originally posted from Facebook: Edwin Jamora

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