Hundreds of loiterers were rounded up all over Northern Mindanao since the Philippine National Police (PNP) started its “anti-tambay” operation on instruction of Pres. Rodrigo Duterte, the police regional office said.
A police officer of Police Regional Office XI is now on restrictive custody after authorities found him positive on illegal drugs.
A local government official here believed arming barangay officials will not help curb criminality in their respective jurisdiction.
Various tribal groups in the region held a protest-rally against the Indigenous Peoples (IP) Mindanao Cluster Convergence Summit here on Wednesday.
Workers terminated by Jollibee Foods Corporation in Parañaque City, launched the hashtag #BEEastMode campaign to protest their dismissal, and gathered for a picket protest yesterday at the main commissary and warehouse of the food chain.
Despite mounting criticism to his administration’s crackdown against loiterers or “tambay” in the country, President Rodrigo Duterte has remained steadfast and this time he wanted barangay officials to be directly involved.
The presidential daughter joked about her senatorial bid as she led the oath taking of Barangay Captains on Monday at the Davao City Recreation Center.
Progressive groups called on the public, on Monday, to defend human rights and resist the rising tyranny that is now engulfing the country under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte.
New sets of Barangay Captains and Kagawads here took their oath on Monday, which was administered by Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio before assuming office on June 30, 2018.
The women party list opposed the proposal of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) to bring “Toktok-Hangyo” meaning “knock and plead (make a polite request to surrender or stop using drugs),” or TOKHANG to schools.