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SONA 2014 Livestream video now available: Aquino reporting to his 'boss'


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Manila, Philippines - Radio Television Malacañang (RTVM) provides official livestream video feed for the 5th State of the Nation Address (SONA) 2014. President Benigno "PNoy" Aquino III will report to his 'boss', the Filipino people for his performance and government accomplishments today, July 28, 2014.

SONA 2014 Livestream video now available: Aquino reporting to his 'boss'


PNoy will deliver his fifth SONA before the second regular session of the 16th Congress at the Batasan Pambansa, Quezon City. It is mandatory for the President to deliver the annual SONA according to the Constitution.

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One major function of RTVM according to EO 297 is to provide full coverage and broadcast production of events of national significance and special celebrations involving the President.

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Watch: 2014 SONA of President Aquino live from Batasang Pambansa, Quezon City. Livestream video courtesy of RTVM. It will be available around 3:00 in the afternoon today.



It is expected that major television networks in the country such as ABS-CBN, GMA and TV5 will have their own coverage and livestream feed of the 2014 SONA. Once available and feasible to share, it will be embedded here.



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