A militant peasant group is demanding assurance from the government that the return of the coconut levy fund to the farmers would not be compromised following the suspension of Philippine Coconut Authority chief Avelino “Billy” Andal.
The Royal Norwegian Embassy announced Tuesday the resumption of the new round of talks between the Philippine government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines.
The City Tourism Office said it is planning to improve and beautify the Sta. Ana wharf in order to transform it into a baywalk area.
The Makabayan bloc in the House of Representatives has filed a resolution to probe the killing of a farmer-couple Leonila and Ramon Pesadilla by unidentified gun men on March 2, this year.
A score of volunteer lawyers are working on the supposed impeachment complaint against Vice- President Leni Robredo, an official of the Department of the Interior and Local Government said.
President Rodrigo Duterte denied that he has participation on the possible impeachment complaint against Vice President Leni Robredo.
President Rodrigo Duterte will depart here Sunday afternoon, for his two-day official visit to the Republic Union of Myanmar on March 19 to 20.
If the government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines achieved a final peace agreement, Mindanao, where Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte came from, stands to gain much from it, peace advocates said.
“The DO 174 does not end, but further legitimizes contractualization. By signing this DO, the DOLE has deliberately rejected Filipino workers’ demands to end all forms of contractualization,” Jerome Adonis, KMU secretary general, said in a statement.
The Chamber of Mines of the Philippines denied Thursday the claim of President Rodrigo Duterte that several mining firms were funding the supposed destabilization plot against the president.