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The impeachment of Vice President Leni Robredo will push through despite President Duterte’s call to his allies in Congress to stop it.

The Philippines has completed security preparations for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit on April 26 to 29 where the 10 leaders of the regional grouping are expected to attend.

With the coming summer break, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) sees more youth registering for the barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections this October.

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A New York City-based Filipina nanny who sued her wealthy employers for a number of unfair labor practices has agreed to settle out of court for $72,000 (P3.6 million).

Not used to throwing grand parties, President Duterte will likely celebrate his 72nd birthday tomorrow privately, his spokesman said.

The Senate committee on economic affairs will resume on Wednesday its hearings on Benham Rise to tackle security and environmental concerns following reports of suspicious Chinese activities in the area.

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.

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 IV warned yesterday.

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 in lieu of holding elections this October.

Malacañang is hopeful that the government’s anti-drug war will gain the support of all sectors, including the clergy, following the release of a survey stating that 82 percent of Metro Manila residents feel safer in the streets due to the crackdown on narcotics.

President Duterte, who has gained international attention because of his brutal war against illegal drugs and tough talk, is the early frontrunner of an online poll for Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world.

The military will wait for President Duterte’s instruction on the Communist Party of the Philippines’ call for troops to stand down following the release of four more captives of the New People’s Army (NPA), the armed wing of the CPP.


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