National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) Chief Political Consultant Jose Maria Sison is not inclined to prematurely return to the Philippines without “significant advances” in the peace negotiations between the NDFP and the Philippine government.
The City Council’s committee on health would ask the City Council to lobby with Congress and the Senate to pass the bill for the care of hemophilia patients, citing the sensitive and critical situation that patients are exposed to.
The oldest Masjid of Meranaws here is threatened for demolition as the city gears up for the infrastructure expansion in Barangay 26-C Salmonan in Davao City.
Rice producer-consumers group Bantay Bigas and Anakpawis staged a protest action on Wednesday in front of the National Food Authority (NFA) office in Quezon City, as it assailed the government for letting the depletion of the country’s affordable rice stocks happen and for its continued reliance to importation.
The City Council’s Housing Committee chief said around 125 urban poor families will benefit from the local shelter plan once Mayor Sara Duterte approves of its 39-billion-peso budget.
Davao City Councilor Conrado Baluran, Chair of the Committee on Transportation and Communication, urged for the holding of a public dialogue with taxi drivers who are complaining of price increase of rental fee and calibration.
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) on Tuesday released from its custody Australian missionary nun and known human rights advocate Sister Patricia Fox, a day after she was “illegally arrested and detained” by authorities.
Davao City officials including Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio traveled to Japan for a series of lectures on urban planning and infrastructure development.
Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza said he respects the statement of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio calling on her father, President Rodrigo Duterte, not to pursue talks with the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), after he announced that he is willing to give it another try.
President Rodrigo Duterte will sign the executive order (EO) to end “endo” or end of contract on or before May 1, the celebration of Labor Day.