The New York Times again wrote a blistering article about President Rodrigo Duterte, criticizing the president anew for his brutal campaign to eradicate illegal drugs and calling on the country’s trading partners to hit the...
Though Congress is in recess, Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III called for a caucus last night to discuss President Duterte’s proposal to declare all barangay positions vacant so the Chief Executive could appoint officials...
President Duterte’s dinner invitation to Vice President Leni Robredo and her children could be a trap and a tactic to “neutralize” Robredo and evade controversies hounding his nine-month-old administration, Sen. Antonio Trillanes...
State-run Social Security System (SSS) is pushing for the mandatory coverage of overseas Filipino workers to help achieve its goal of expanding membership and at the same time provide protection for OFWs.
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New York Times slams Duterte: Hit Philippines where it hurts most
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Senators hold caucus on barangay execs’ appointment
President Rodrigo Duterte gave the Philippine National Police a freehand to continue Operation Tokhang, or knock and plead, despite criticisms that the anti-narcotics efforts of the government has led to the deaths of thousands of drug suspects without due process.
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