Introducing the “Bagong Pilipinas Hymn and Pledge” in Weekly Flag Ceremonies

Introducing the “Bagong Pilipinas Hymn and Pledge” in Weekly Flag Ceremonies

In an exciting update from the government, a new tradition is set to become a part of weekly flag ceremonies across the Philippines. This new initiative aims to deepen the understanding and appreciation of the “Bagong Pilipinas” brand of governance and leadership.

From now on, all national government agencies, government-owned and controlled corporations (GOCCs), and educational institutions like State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) must include the recital of the “Bagong Pilipinas Hymn and Pledge” during their flag ceremonies. This directive also encourages Local Government Units (LGUs) to participate in this tradition.

The “Bagong Pilipinas Hymn and Pledge” are important new elements that reflect the values and aspirations of the new governance style. They are designed to inspire unity and commitment to national goals among Filipinos.

Heads of these government bodies are responsible for making sure that the hymn and pledge are well-known and correctly performed in their respective organizations. This effort is not just about following a rule; it’s about building a stronger, united community that supports positive change and development in the country.

By participating in this practice, everyone from government workers to students can start their week with a renewed sense of purpose and dedication to the principles of the Bagong Pilipinas. This small act is a step towards greater national solidarity and pride.