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The Manila Times
Senate minority bloc presses for ‘immediate release’ of de LimaTHE Senate minority bloc on Thursday pressed for the “immediate release” of det
The Manila Times / Posted 2 hours ago
THE Senate minority bloc on Thursday pressed for the “immediate release” of detained Sen. Leila de Lima, who will mark her first year in detention on Saturday, February 24. De Lima’s colleagues in the six-man opposition bloc filed late Wednesday... Read more
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Senate opens probe on deployment ban of OFWs to KuwaitTHE Senate Committee on Labor will investigate the alleged abuses committed aga
The Manila Times / Posted yesterday
THE Senate Committee on Labor will investigate the alleged abuses committed against Filipino workers in Kuwait that have resulted in injuries and deaths. Headed by Sen. Joel Villanueva, the committee will tackle five resolutions seeking an inquiry... Read more
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Marawi residents: ‘We want to rebuild from where our roots are found’SOME Marawi residents, displaced by the war between government forces and the I
The Manila Times / Posted 2 days ago
SOME Marawi residents, displaced by the war between government forces and the Islamic State-inspired Maute extremist group, want reparation or compensation from government. Appearing before the Senate inquiry on the government’s rehabilitation plan... Read more
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The Manila Times
‘PH did not cede anything to China’MALACAÑANG on Monday insisted the Duterte administration did not give up any te
The Manila Times / Posted 2 days ago
MALACAÑANG on Monday insisted the Duterte administration did not give up any territory to China, after a UP maritime law expert said the Philippines was “trading away too much, too early and too soon in dealing with China.” “On the contrary, we have... Read more
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The Manila Times
Pacquiao seeks probe on ‘untoward’ deaths of OFWsSEN. Emmanuel Pacquiao is seeking an inquiry on the “untoward” deaths of overse
The Manila Times / Posted 3 days ago
SEN. Emmanuel Pacquiao is seeking an inquiry on the “untoward” deaths of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) as well as the government’s labor and foreign policies in relation to their deployment. Pacquiao filed Resolution 626 on February 13 urging the... Read more
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Trillanes wants AMLC probed for refusing to cooperate on Duterte hidden wealth inquirySEN. Antonio Trillanes 4th wants an inquiry into the apparent refusal of the An
The Manila Times / Posted 6 days ago
SEN. Antonio Trillanes 4th wants an inquiry into the apparent refusal of the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) to cooperate with the Ombudsman’s investigation on the alleged hidden wealth of President Rodrigo Duterte. Trillanes asked the... Read more
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Bautista seeks recall of Senate subpoena on hidden wealth probeFORMER Commission on Elections (Comelec) chief Andres Bautista asked the Senate
The Manila Times / Posted 10 days ago
FORMER Commission on Elections (Comelec) chief Andres Bautista asked the Senate to recall the subpoena that was issued to him after he failed to attend anew a committee investigation on his alleged hidden wealth, claiming he did not receive any... Read more
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DA to sell cheaper commercial rice on Feb 14TO prove that the high prices of rice in the market is the result of the manipu
The Manila Times / Posted 11 days ago
TO prove that the high prices of rice in the market is the result of the manipulation by traders, the Agriculture department said it would sell good-quality commercial rice for only P38 per kilo on February 14 at the agency’s central office in Quezon... Read more
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President orders total ban on OFW deployment to KuwaitDAVAO CITY: President Rodrigo Duterte has declared a total ban on sending Filip
The Manila Times / Posted 11 days ago
DAVAO CITY: President Rodrigo Duterte has declared a total ban on sending Filipino workers to Kuwait amid widespread abuses and deaths. In his speech during The Manila Times’ 7th Business Forum at Marco Polo Hotel late Friday, Duterte reiterated his... Read more
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Proposed ‘opt out’ provision in Bangsamoro law ‘step backward to peace’–ZubiriJOLO, Sulu — An “opt out” provision in the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL)
The Manila Times / Posted 13 days ago
JOLO, Sulu — An “opt out” provision in the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) to allow Muslim-dominated areas to be excluded from the planned Bangsamoro Autonomous Region will be a “step backward to peace,” according to a senator conducting public... Read more
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Duque seeks to recapture ‘glorious days’ at DoH as he gets CA nodTHE powerful Commission on Appointments (CA) confirmed the ad interim appointme
The Manila Times / Posted 15 days ago
THE powerful Commission on Appointments (CA) confirmed the ad interim appointment of Francisco Duque 3rd as secretary of Department of Health on Wednesday, three months after he took the stewardship of the DoH, hoping to recapture its “glorious... Read more
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Duterte asked to appoint new Comelec commissioners as 2 retireCITING the need to ensure smooth preparations for the May village and youth pol
The Manila Times / Posted 20 days ago
CITING the need to ensure smooth preparations for the May village and youth polls, Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian called on Malacanang to immediately appoint new commissioners to the Commission on Elections (Comelec) after two of its top senior officials... Read more
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CA defers Duque appointment as health secretary, tells him to ‘set foot down’ on Dengvaxia scandalSENATE Majority Leader Vicente Sotto 3rd is urging Health Secretary Francisco D
The Manila Times / Posted 22 days ago
SENATE Majority Leader Vicente Sotto 3rd is urging Health Secretary Francisco Duque to “set his foot down” on the investigation on the Dengvaxia scandal as he questioned the forensic study being conducted by the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) on the... Read more
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‘Mocha blog’ doesn’t represent Palace communications office — AndanarCOMMUNICATIONS Secretary Martin Andanar said on Tuesday that the blog of his co
The Manila Times / Posted 23 days ago
COMMUNICATIONS Secretary Martin Andanar said on Tuesday that the blog of his controversial assistant secretary, Mocha Uson, did not represent the views of his office on national issues. Andanar issued the clarification when asked by Sen. Paolo... Read more
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The Manila Times
House, Senate: BBL before Cha-chaTHE House of Representatives will pass the proposed Bangsamoro Basic law (BBL)
The Manila Times / Posted 23 days ago
THE House of Representatives will pass the proposed Bangsamoro Basic law (BBL) before finishing the draft of the proposed new constitution, Deputy Speaker Gwendolyn Garcia of Cebu said Monday. “Our projection is that we are going to pass the BBL... Read more
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7 senators press for passage of bill banning all forms of hazingSEVEN senators pressed for the passage of Senate Bill 1662 banning all forms of
The Manila Times / Posted 29 days ago
SEVEN senators pressed for the passage of Senate Bill 1662 banning all forms of hazing and imposing stricter penalties on violators. Senators Gregorio Honasan 2nd, Sherwin Gatchalian, Vicente Sotto 3rd, Loren Legarda, Juan Miguel Zubiri, Paolo... Read more
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No role for Duterte in transition govtPRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte will not accept any role in a transition government a
The Manila Times / Posted 29 days ago
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte will not accept any role in a transition government as his administration pushes for a shift to federalism, Malacañang maintained on Tuesday. Speaking to reporters, Palace spokesman Harry Roque Jr. said Duterte’s “shoot me”... Read more
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Ex-Comelec chief Bautista subpoenaed after no-show in Senate money laundering probeSENATOR Francis Escudero subpoenaed former Commission on Elections (Comelec) ch
The Manila Times / Posted 30 days ago
SENATOR Francis Escudero subpoenaed former Commission on Elections (Comelec) chairman Andres Bautista after he failed to attend anew the investigation on his alleged violation of the anti-money laundering law. The Senate Committee on Banks,... Read more
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Senate minority seeks probe into P15.7-B Navy frigate rowTHE Senate minority bloc is seeking an investigation on the alleged questionabl
The Manila Times / Posted 1 months ago
THE Senate minority bloc is seeking an investigation on the alleged questionable purchase of two Navy frigates worth P15.7 billion from a South Korean firm under the Armed Forces’ modernization program. The six-member opposition group filed... Read more
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Showdown looms over Charter changeTHE SENATE and the House of Representatives are headed for a clash over Charter
The Manila Times / Posted 1 months ago
THE SENATE and the House of Representatives are headed for a clash over Charter change, with Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez saying on Thursday the House would proceed with a Constituent Assembly to revise the Constitution even without the participation of... Read more
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Duterte warns of warIf BBL is not passed President Rodrigo Duterte warned that a war will erupt in
The Manila Times / Posted 1 months ago
If BBL is not passed President Rodrigo Duterte warned that a war will erupt in Mindanao if Congress will fail to pass the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL). In his speech during the launch of Overseas Filipino Bank in Manila on Thursday, Duterte said... Read more
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