A group of pro bono lawyers congratulate those who passed the 2018 Bar exams, saying it is “both a culmination and a crossroads” for the future lawyers.
Gabriela Women’s Party-list welcomed the signing of the Implementing Rules and Regulation (IRR) of the Expanded Maternity Leave (EML) Law, calling it “an important milestone marking the full implementation of the hard-fought additional benefits for expectant mothers.”
Sending more teachers to China will bring about greater effect on the country’s education system with the possible shortage of educators, the ACT Teachers Party-list said in a statement.
Under the scorching heat of the sun, workers from various unions and progressive organizations marched in the streets of Davao City signifying dismay over the failed promises to end contractualization in the country.
The city government of Davao is set to release another tranche of assistance worth PhP7.8 million to more areas affected by the long spell after the City Council approved last week the release of PhP3.4 million worth of financial assistance.
The proposed Dash Cam Ordinance that would require for the installation of dashboard camera to heavy trucks, buses, and vans failed to pass the second reading during the regular session of the Sangguniang Panlungsod of Davao City on Tuesday, April 30.
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in Davao Region (PDEA-11) confirms the existence of party drugs in the City, an official said.
The National Telecommunications Commission in Davao Region (NTC-11) said it has monitored the operations of illegal radio stations in the area, most are being utilized in the propaganda of some candidates in time with the campaign period for 2019 mid-term elections.
Indigenous People’s organizations under PASAKA presented their “Lumad Agenda” on Saturday, April 27, in a bid for the electoral candidates to hear and recognize the aspirations and rights of IPs in the country as the May elections near.
Law enforcers in Manolo Fortich town held hundreds of peasants from Bukidnon this morning, April 19 while en route to this city to conduct a protest rally on Good Friday.