This was the question posed by the Communist Party of the Philippines to the government after Presidential Peace Adviser Jesus Dureza and Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella issued two separate statements, castigating the CPP for the recent attacks staged by its armed-wing, the NPA.
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An environmental group on Thursday urged President Rodrigo Duterte to prioritize a bill that would address the alarming increase of electronic waste across the country.
Filipino students who identified themselves as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community said they were bullied and discriminated in schools because of their sexual orientation and gender identity, according to a report by Human Rights Watch.
An official of the Armed Forces of the Philippines warned the public on Wednesday against scammers who raised money by conducting dinners, lunches and other similar activities to raise funds for the soldiers in the besieged Marawi City.
The 166-hectare Hijo Industrial Estates that will soon rise in Barangay Madaum in Tagum City is seen to spur the Tagum’s economy.
An associate director of the Ayala Corporation has been appointed as honorary adviser of the Asia New Zealand Foundation.
The removal of Filipino and literature subjects in colleges and universities will make CHED officials liable for contempt, a militant lawmaker said on Tuesday.
An official from the Commission on Higher Education on Tuesday said a return service agreement for medical students enrolled in identified state universities and colleges across the country is now being drafted with UP Manila College of Medicine as the model.
City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio urged the people of Davao to emulate Jose Rizal’s nationalism and patriotism.
Malacanang on Monday said the focus of the government security forces in clearing the besieged Marawi City remains on combat, intelligence and civil military operations.