Legislators belonging to the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) have condemned what they called as “fabricated cases” filed against leaders of different rights organizations including ACT Union regional president for Northern Mindanao Ophelia Tabacon.
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It is either victory or defeat for local candidates endorsed by Pres. Rodrigo Duterte proving that not all who got the presidential blessing were assured of winning in the just concluded midterm elections.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has expressed concern over a disqualification order against a mayoral candidate allegedly issued by the poll body which it said it did not issue.
Rumors circulating that a town mayor in Misamis Occidental was arrested following a raid in his home that reportedly yielded firearms was false, according to the provincial police.
The Criminal Investigation and Detection Group-10 (CIDG-10) is looking into the possibility that unlicensed firearms may be used to supply would-be gunmen to harass and intimidate political candidates.
The continued attacks on the country’s press community have reached an alarming level, an international media watchdog has noted.
Law enforcers in Manolo Fortich town held hundreds of peasants from Bukidnon this morning, April 19 while en route to this city to conduct a protest rally on Good Friday.
At least three public utility vehicle (PUV) drivers tested positive for illegal drugs following a joint operation conducted by government enforcement agencies in the city’s bus terminals.
Government agencies have started its round of inspection in public areas of convergence starting Monday to make sure that those who are going back to their homes for the holidays are safe while traveling.
The local government-ran sports facility here can never be considered private property despite the ruling of the Office of the Ombudsman upholding the argument of two public officials whose nepotism and graft charges were dismissed by the anti-graft body, according to Mayor Oscar Moreno.