The confluence of various democratic forces would ultimately bring down Duterte administration and not the so-called Red October ouster plot as claimed by the military, the Communist Party of the Philippines said on Thursday.
A labor group was enraged when President Rodrigo Duterte sacked Department of Labor and Employment Undersecretary Joel Maglunsod, the last Leftist official under his administration.
Progressive group Bagong Alyansang Makabayan denounced and tagged as a lie the claim of the Armed Forces of the Philippines that there is a Red October plot against President Rodrigo Duterte.
Progressive lawmakers under Makabayan bloc filed a House resolution on Tuesday to probe the military’s “Red October,” a destabilization plot aimed to oust President Rodrigo Duterte.
Mostly young Filipino voters went in droves clogging all voters’ registration stations spread across the city on the last day of voters’ registration on September 29, as the Commission on Elections noted a sharp increase in the number of application.
Days before the filing of candidacy on October 11, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio delivered her second State of the City Address (SOCA) on Tuesday, highlighting the continued gains of her administration.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte, on Monday, said she could not grant the P4500 subsidy being asked by public school teachers here, saying there is no existing law that would warrant such request.
The Gabriela Women’s Party has urged the Duterte administration to address the Filipinos’ growing clamor for immediate economic relief amid skyrocketing prices.
Demolitions of urban poor communities continue to be implemented in the city, this time around 30 families in Purok 5, Puan, Talomo Proper were affected after their houses were torn down on Wednesday.
‘Senador Neri Colmenares’. That’s how he would be called if the Philippines’ most organized party, with the most number of organizations and members tried and tested in mass campaigns, ably put their acts together as one super broad electoral machinery. Bayan Muna’s Teddy Casiño and Nathaniel Santiago offer some guidelines on how, accompanied by a snappy tune and a hefty dose of humor. In the coming midterm elections, they plan to infuse the discussions on the streets, shops, schools, churches, social media, etc, with “New Politics.”