With the slow action of government in response to survivors of Typhoon Odette, lawmakers from Mindanao urged the passage of laws that will create a department focused on disaster response and to build permanent evacuation centers.
“We request that the Duterte administration fully respect the Churches’ efforts to serve the [‘anawim’] including its partner organizations, in both paper and practice, in order to continue the 500-year work here in the Philippines,” said the Ecumenical Forum for Peace and Human Rights.
“I am just one of the many teachers who are victims of human rights violations and attacks on academic freedom made by (President) Duterte and NTF-ELCAC,” said Rosanilla ‘Lai’ Consad, an assistant principal of San Vicente National High School in Butuan City, and secretary of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers Union Region 13.
Kilusang Mayo Uno said the Duterte administration is similar to the history of President Emilio Aguinaldo, whose revolutionary group Magdalo wrestled control of the revolution against Bonifacio.
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – In two separate resolutions, the Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 7 in Bayugan City, Agusan…
Establishments and workplaces may allow their unvaccinated employees to report for work, provided that they be tested for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Marcos Jr faces controversy in his candidacy, with allegations of drug use thrown at him by Duterte, and a disqualification case over non payment of tax.
The criminal cases, filed in 2016, stemmed from a complaint filed against Moreno, who was then the governor of Misamis Oriental, when he ordered the rental of heavy equipment amounting to about P15 million between 2007 to 2012.
The motorcade of the “UniTeam” started in Carmen, Davao del Norte with a throng of motorcycle drivers that drove all the way to Cuntapay Building in Lapu-Lapu Street in Tagum.
Pamela said the accusation hurled on her father and sisters showed “why alternative pro-people politics is viable and more beneficial to our people. Such is proven by our uninterrupted public service for almost three decades.”