If you are a professional needing a license from the government’s Professional Regulation Commission, you have probably tried to line up at night just to get a priority number.
With raised fist, student activists and faculty staff of the University of the Philippines Mindanao reminded the graduates to fulfill their responsibility to serve the people and to uphold their roles as “Iskolars ng Bayan” (nation’s scholars) during the 19th Commencement Exercises Tuesday, June 28.
The city council passed a resolution to honor outgoing city mayor and President-elect Rodrigo Duterte’s two decades of service, during the last day of the 17th City Council’s regular session Tuesday, June 28.
An estimate of 40,000 activists from different parts of Mindanao marched the streets to support the resumption of the peace negotiations between the Duterte administration and the National Democratic Front.
Incoming and re-elected councilors from three districts in Davao City took their oath during the last session of the 17th City Council, Tuesday, June 28.
Local government employees here will be enjoying an early Christmas treat from outgoing City Mayor and President-elect, Rodrigo Duterte, who promised P10,000 educational assistance for those with plantilla (regular) positions.
The 71-year old Duterte said if someone asks him for advice because he is interested to run for President, he would tell him not to do it “unless you really have the passion, to death, about your country.”
A network of peace advocates, which is hosting a three-day peace activity here denied that their events are organized by the National Democratic Front as alleged by a statement from the Army last week.
Incoming Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol demanded the local government to guarantee sufficiency of rice supply to ensure food production, and welfare of local farmers and other producers.
“We should live by the principle that we should serve the people.”
The new city director here urged members of the police force to work hard as the proposed increase for the salary of the policemen “comes with a price”.
President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has offered bigger bounty and promotion to policemen to go after the drug lords and criminals.