Councilor Danilo Dayanghirang is pushing for simple majority, instead of three-fourths majority vote requirement in amending the city’s zoning ordinance.
Author Archives: ROBBY JOY D. SALVERON
The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) said Friday, September 29, that it will distance itself from the local government’s efforts in talking with the Communist rebels here.
About 228 forest guards are set to meet with City Mayor Sara Duterte in a gathering next month.
The Government of the Republic of the Philippines- Monitoring Committee (GRP-MC) launched its pilot monitoring station for the compliance of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Respect for Human Rights and International Law here on Friday, September 29.
The newly-launched “peace journey” has set foot in Davao in its bid to reach out and spread the message of peace to the public.
Presidential Peace Adviser, Jesus Dureza, gives a cap as token of gratitude to Indonesia Consul General Berlian Napitupulu during the Davao launching of the Peace Buzz caravan on Friday, September 29. The peace caravan is launched at the Rizal Park in Davao City. (Robby Joy D. Salveron/davaotoday.com)
The City Council on Thursday, September 28, postponed the approval of the proposed Barangay Identification (I.D.) System ordinance of the Barangay 17-B poblacion district of the city.
The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) is set to open an information hub eyed to further strengthen monitoring and protection of the Indigenous People’s (IP) rights in the country.
The council is now mulling over the conversion of current streetlights to “energy-efficient” lights, as one of the highlighted legislative requests of City Mayor Sara Duterte in her State of the City Address (SOCA).
Davao is seeking to rake in more Japanese investors through a roadshow organized by business leaders and key officials from the city government.