Militant women’s group Gabriela is set to protest the anniversary of Republic Act 6715 also known as the Herrera Law tomorrow (March 2) during its 26th year.
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The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) urged the Filipino people to denounce the policy of secrecy adopted by the Senate regarding US involvement in the Mamasapano operation last January 25.
Deputy Presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte appealed to the public to prevent fires as the country observes Fire Prevention Month this March.
The Palace said it is up to the Department of Energy to decide on the tie up between the Chinese State Grid Corporation (SGC) and the National Grid Corp.of the Philippines.
A New People’s Army guerrilla was killed and three soldiers were wounded in a recent clash outside Tagum City, Davao del Norte on Thursday morning.
Groups of indigenous peoples from all over the country are set to hold protests during the commemoration of the 20th year of the Philippine Mining Act of 1995.
A 39-year old woman from Sultan Kudarat was victimized by a thief inside a mall along Apokon Road, Tagum City afternoon Thursday.
Youth activists across Metro Manila mounted various forms of protests Friday “to call for truth and accountability” on the Mamasapano incident and said they would support the proposed establishment of a transition council should Pres. Benigno Aquino III be removed from office.
The Datu Bago Organization, Inc. announced on Friday the eight outstanding personalities in the city who were conferred the Datu Bago Awards for 2015.
People’s organizations from Southern Tagalog believe that the removal of Pres. Benigno S. Aquino III and the creation of a transition council will be the answer to the current political crisis.