TO REDACT or not to redact. Which could avoid or attract scrutiny and censure?
Author Archives: Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
MORE THAN a year after President Rodrigo R. Duterte signed the Freedom of Information executive order, a practice completely reverse of the policy has been creeping onto some documents requested by the public. The likely tool for the unexpected move: a black marker.
THE EXPENDITURE totals usually don’t quite add up and tallies from different entities don’t match. But there is no question that among those who strike it big during elections are media outfits, and the 2016 polls proved no different.
“What he wants, he gets,” Lascañas wrote in his journal. “What matters (to) him most is his personal and political security.”
Aside from being colleagues in the legal profession, Solicitor General Jose C. Calida and the lawyers of Janet Lim Napoles have one other important thing in common: They are supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte.
by Malou Mangahas and Nancy C. Carvajal WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH, 2017 OSG Manifestations,Napoles Acquittal Jan 2017, PCIJ THE SENATE is…
GERMELINA I. Taylor, Wilbert T. Lee, Danilo E. Suarez, and Teddie E. Rivera were among the 10 biggest donors of then presidential candidate Jejomar C. Binay. The four alone gave Binay P172.3 million altogether – except the money wasn’t really theirs.
THE IMAGE Rodrigo R. Duterte projected of his 2016 presidential campaign was that it was one run on a shoestring budget. It supposedly had no donors with vested interests, and that included big businessmen and mining firms.
It is not clear as yet if de la Rosa has complied with the Senate’s request for copies of the spot reports.
THE PINK BLOTTER of the Women and Children Desk that should exist in every police station tells not only the story of children in conflict with the law, but also of the women, lesbians, and bisexuals linked to alleged violations of the law.