President Rodrigo Duterte is the “chief political agent and hatchet man of the landlords and the agri-corporations not only in Davao but in the entire country.”
Political hopefuls should stop using government funds and resources to woo votes, a poll watchdog said on Tuesday as the campaign period for senators and party-list groups officially started today, February 12 with political bets on a campaign trail to woo votes from voters across the country.
Workers’ group on Monday lamented that the labor woes involving a Japanese multinational banana firm was not tackled before the visit of Japanese foreign minister Taro Kono here in the country.
Prior to the kick-off of the slated campaign for senators and party-list groups, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio has already filed a leave of absence to campaign for political hopefuls she publicly claimed to support, the Mayor bared on Monday.
A lawmaker has called on the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to step up efforts in dismantling the operations of KAPA Community Ministry International, Inc that is involved in what he termed as “large-scale investment fraud” in key cities in Mindanao, luring investors with a promise of bigger earnings.
The Alliance of Concerned Teachers expressed alarm over the Court of Appeals’ junking of their petition to stop the Philippine National Police from profiling its members.
There will be no adjustments and cancellations of flagship projects under the Duterte Mindanao 2030 in areas to be placed under the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).
No political candidates will be allowed to campaign during the celebration of Araw ng Davao 2019.
The City Veterinary Office (CVO) in this city has urged everyone to become responsible owners of pets as the office have been impounding scores of dogs due to reckless ownership.
This province has remained peaceful as the canvassing for the plebiscite that determined whether the six contested towns will become part of the new Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) following the ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) ended on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 7.