The National Union of People’s Lawyers (NUPL) revealed on Saturday (Oct.19) that they will be preparing series of cases against “human rights violators”, including State security forces and President Rodrigo Duterte once he steps down in 2022.
Former lawmaker Ariel “Ka Ayik” Casilao of Anakpawis Partylist condemned as “anti-worker, anti-probinsyano and anti-Filipino” the House bill extending probationary employment of Filipino workers to two years.
City councilors here are calling for an investigation into the quality of the traffic posts in the city following the death of an 18-year-old student due to electrocution.
Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio announced a slight increase to the salary of Job Order (JO) and Contract of Service (CS) personnel in the City starting 2020.
City Mayor Sara Duterte called on the Senate, House of Representatives, and the Department of National Defense to approve the exemption of the City from the further implementation of Martial Law.
Food security advocates have launched a campaign petition for the repeal of Republic ACT 11203 or Rice Tariffication Law (RTL).
A City Councilor is calling on the public to report instances of corruption committed by officials and employees of local or national government offices.
Parking fees will be imposed in some of the major streets in the city starting next year, the City Transport and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO) announced.
City Mayor Sara Duterte is set to approve the declaration of a new congressional district, a city councilor reported.
Because of the Duterte administration’s continuous efforts to wipe out insurgency in the country, it has become the “recruiter” of potential New People’s Army (NPA) fighters, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) said Friday.