The Social Security System here is set to launch its Sulit information campaign to address the continual problem of delinquency among its members.
Progressive lawmakers from the House Makabayan opposition bloc said they expect nothing but these remarks from President Rodrigo Duterte on his upcoming third State of the Nation Address (SONA) on July 23.
The City Government of Davao said it was reforming its service delivery system as the city implements the provisions under Republic Act (RA) 11032 or the Ease of Doing Business Act of 2018.
Councilor Pilar Braga, in her privilege speech on Tuesday, proposed to amend the Ordinance No. 0334-12 known as the Comprehensive Transport and Traffic Code of Davao City.
Peace activists and Bangsamoro Basic Law advocates on Tuesday appealed to the bicameral committee on BBL to grant “meaningful autonomy” to the Bangsamoro to achieve just peace and social justice in Mindanao.
Councilor Al Ryan S. Alejandre passed a Resolution expressing sympathy, condolences and moral support to the people of Japan on account of the July 8, 2018 heavy rainfall, flooding and landslides that occurred in their country.
Progressive group Bayan Muna expressed alarm over the powers that President Rodrigo Duterte will possess as stipulated in the proposed amendment of the 1987 Constitution, describing the same as too excessive and very dangerous.
Workers led by Kilusang Mayo Uno Southern Mindanao (KMU-SMR) kicked off the pre-SONA (State of the Nation Address) protests saying that workers rights and welfare has never been a priority of the current administration.
As criticisms started to pour against the proposed amendments to the Philippine Constitution to pave the way for a federal charter, President Rodrigo Duterte posed a challenge to his detractors that he would step down from the office prior to the effectivity of the new form of government.
President Rodrigo Duterte has waged war against progressive communists but the revolutionary forces and the people are ready to fight back, Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founding chair Jose Maria Sison asserted on Saturday.