The PDI news desk and their beat reporter, Jane Bautista, stand by the veracity of the report of an entire class of Grade 7 students asked to sit on the floor because the chairs in the classroom were insufficient.
Aangat Buhay PH, a FB personal blog supporting former Vice President Leni Robredo, has made a separate post owning up to its mistake in a bid to avoid the spread of disinformation.
Mayor Sebastian “Baste” Duterte has warned the public against publishing “wrong information” that crime incidents are rising in the city following trending posts on the issue on social media.
Last June, ICC chief prosecutor Karim Khan requested the pre-trial chamber to allow the resumption of the investigation.
The city government plans to deploy a total of 12,332 personnel from the safety and security sector for this year’s celebration of Kadayawan sa Davao.
A councilor has asked various government agencies to give free rides to essential government workers assigned in far-flung areas of Marilog District citing difficulties of the residents to obtain safe and convenient public transportation that puts them at constant risk.
Marcos Jr. failed to mention in his speech why the ROTC program became optional for students in the first place. The military program is not mandatory following the murder of Mark Chua by his fellow ROTC members in 2001.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s first State of the Nation Address (SONA) was said to be comprehensive in its agenda, but lacks specifics on Mindanao issues.
DSWD Sec. Erwin Tulfo on July 10 clarified that it is a violation of the law to distribute food packs and relief items to non-government associations. Food assistance and relief goods are channeled by the department to respective local government units involved.
An ordinance that seeks to address bullying within this city’s schools, workplaces, and other settings like cyberspace has been proposed.