A national alliance of public school teachers scored the implementation of the Continuing Professional Development law also known as Republic Act 10912 for being “profit-oriented.”
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The mass killings of the Moro people continues after 49 years of the Jabidah Massacre
“The DO 174 does not end, but further legitimizes contractualization. By signing this DO, the DOLE has deliberately rejected Filipino workers’ demands to end all forms of contractualization,” Jerome Adonis, KMU secretary general, said in a statement.
The Chamber of Mines of the Philippines denied Thursday the claim of President Rodrigo Duterte that several mining firms were funding the supposed destabilization plot against the president.
Malacañang said that President Rodrigo Duterte would reappoint three Cabinet secretaries which were bypassed by the Commission on Appointment.
Bayan Muna Rep. Carlos Isagani Zarate described the ouster of Makabayan bloc members and other lawmakers from their key posts in the Lower House after they voted “no” to the death penalty bill as “expected.”
A human rights group on Wednesday said that President Rodrigo Duterte’s order to “flatten the hills” and bomb the known lairs of the New People’s Army has endangered the lives and even could target civilians on the ground.
An initial investigation conducted by Suara Bangsamoro and Kawagib, a Moro human rights group, revealed that the military has dropped bombs in Barangay Andabit, Datu Saudi Ampatuan as early as 1 am on Monday, March 13.
Duterte said the Philippines could live without mining even if the mining industries contribute to government funds about P70 billion a year in taxes.
The peace talks between the government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines is back on track, according to Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza, in a statement issued Sunday.