For the militant labor group Kilusang Mayo Uno, the P1 fare hike recently approved by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board will not provide direct benefit to the workers in the transport sector.
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As the inflation rate hit at 5.2 percent last month, a member of Makabayan bloc in the House of Representatives said the number may increase before the end of the year due to the continuing implementation of the regressive TRAIN or the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion law.
Contrary to the claim of the Philippine National Police, human rights group Karapatan said, on Friday, that the case of the strip-search that took place in Makati City was not an isolated case as similar incidents happened involving state forces and agents in various parts of the country.
The National Democratic Front of the Philippines in Southern Mindanao Region condemned the continued “false arrests,” detentions and killings of civilians in Southern Mindanao by the Armed Forces of the Philippines under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.
The Davao City Bulk Water Supply Project of Apo Agua Infrastructura, Inc. (AAII) is awaiting for the government approval to convert 68,000 square meters of land into a water treatment facility in Barangay Gumalang, Baguio District.
The Davao City Risk Reduction Management Office (DCRRMO) identified six active fault lines that comprise the Central Davao Fault System, but failed to point out its exact location in the city.
Amidst reports from human rights group that authorities are responsible for the spate of forced surrender of peasant and indigenous people, the Armed Forces of the Philippines in Southern Mindanao claimed thousands of individuals are undergoing “re-orientation” under its counter-insurgency campaign.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s henchmen were “singing a chorus of fantastic lies” to justify the declaration of a nationwide martial law by October, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) said on Wednesday.
Mounting cases of harassments and cases of violence against women and other forms of human rights violations were among the issues raised during the recently-concluded National Fact-Finding Mission conducted by various groups, including the Gabriela Women’s Party in Sultan Kudarat province.
In his first day as the youth representative to the Davao City Council, newly elected Sangguniang Kabataan Federation President Jaffar U. Marohomsalic took oath as the new committee head for Youth and Sports and Development which was previously headed by Councilor April Marie Dayap.