There’s one final court battle to settle the thorny issue of who controls the Davao del Norte Electric Cooperative (Daneco).
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As Philippine education prepares to apply the senior high school in basic education – the Grades 11 and 12 – by school year 2016-2017, the association of private schools expressed concern over the fate of about 30,000 college teachers when private schools are expected to have no enrollees for two school years in the freshmen level.
Five officials of Davao del Norte Electric Cooperative under the wing of Cooperative Development Authority (Daneco-CDA) were suspended for violating Republic Act No. 6713 or the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees.
The Court of Appeals upheld that the group affiliated with the National Electrification Administration (NEA) is the only “legal and legitimate group” to supervise the Davao del Norte Electric Cooperative or DANECO.
A Hong Kong-based legal rights organization said the Aquino administration failed “to investigate, prosecute and convict” state agents and their accomplices for violating the Anti-Torture Act of 2009, as the country is supposed to join the global observance on
Thursday the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture.
Private school administrators have expressed alarm over the rising number of students transferring to public schools despite the increase of government subsidy for private school education.
An official of Davao del Norte Electric Cooperative under the wing of Cooperative Development Authority (Daneco-CDA) slammed its rival group, Daneco-National Electrification Administration (Daneco-NEA) affiliate for resorting to “drama and deception” due to lack of financial transparency.
Mayor Allan Rellon wanted the Supreme Court to speedily hand down a decision about the intra management dispute of Davao del Norte Electric Cooperative (Daneco) to avert power outages.
Member-consumers of Davao del Norte Electric Cooperative are enraged that more power outages will be done soon because the firm failed to pay its half a billion debt to the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management (PSALM) Corporation.
“No guarantee of right.” — This is the ominous message of an international alliance of labor rights groups to workers in countries, the Philippines included, which were rated as the world’s worst places to work.