Despite mounting criticism to his administration’s crackdown against loiterers or “tambay” in the country, President Rodrigo Duterte has remained steadfast and this time he wanted barangay officials to be directly involved.
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Gabriela Women’s Party on Monday filed House Resolution No. 1970 seeking for a congressional inquiry on the arrest and detention of its volunteer worker in Butuan City.
The proposed amendments to the Human Security Act (HSA) of 2007 is tantamount to “undeclared but legislated” nationwide martial law, Kabataan party-list Rep. Sarah Elago warned on Monday as she denounced the Duterte administration’s “draconian and over-broad counterinsurgency legislation.”
Progressive groups called on the public, on Monday, to defend human rights and resist the rising tyranny that is now engulfing the country under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.
DAVAO CITY,Philippines – Dark clouds are hovering over the peace negotiations between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines…
A group has called on the government to recognize the law that prohibits the military and all its instrumentalities of utilizing schools as garrisons.
The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) stood its ground that the peace negotiations with the government of the Philippines (GRP) be held in a neutral venue abroad and the validity of agreements since 1992 be upheld, NDFP Chief Political Consultant Prof. Jose Maria Sison asserted on Thursday.
The Supreme Court (SC) prevented the Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) from recovering P51-billion worth of behest loans that the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos allegedly granted to his cronies.
The Supreme Court (SC), with a vote of 8-6, junked on Tuesday the motion for reconsideration that sought to reverse its May 11 decision that removed Maria Lourdes Sereno as chief justice.
Having stayed the scheduled resumption of the peace talks between the government and the National Democratic Front supposed to happen on June 15, President Rodrigo Duterte changed tone and wanted the negotiations to continue in the Philippines.