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Three of the country’s top business groups support the lifting of economic restrictions in the Constitution through a constitue nt assembly, but prefer a “duly elected” constitutional convention if the changes will include a shift in the form of government.

Malacañang yesterday disputed Vice President Leni Robredo’s claim that darkness is enveloping the Philippines, saying only the discredited politicians who want to regain power are facing dark days.

Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle yesterday urged the Filipino faithful to bring children and other people closer to God and prevent them from getting hooked on vices such as gambling and the use of illegal drugs.

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 It was an hour-and-a-half past Cinderella’s bedtime, but 25 of President Duterte’s classmates in Class 1961 of the Ateneo de Davao University High School could not stop reminiscing about the good old days during their reunion at the Marco Polo Hotel here before dawn yesterday.

What happened to online news outfit Rappler is not about press freedom but about violating the rights of Filipinos from undue influence by foreign media, according to Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III.

The House of Representatives may elevate the impeachment complaint lawyer Lorenzo Gadon filed against Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno to the Senate by the last week of March, Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez disclosed.

Malacañang yesterday dashed the hopes of MIASCOR Groundhandling Corp. that it will be allowed to continue providing services in airports, stressing that its contract with the government has expired.

The government can raise incomes and economic opportunities for poor local government units (LGUs) through simple legislation and budgetary reforms instead of tinkering with the Constitution and drastically shifting the country to a federal system, senators said yesterday.

Malacañang won’t meddle in the tiff between China and the United States over Panatag (Scarborough) Shoal in the South China Sea even if the area is within the Philippines’ exclusive economic zone.

The government is demanding a full refund of P3.5 billion for the controversial anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia as well as payment for damages from pharmaceutical firm Sanofi Pasteur.

The Nograles brothers in the House of Representatives have taken up the cudgels for their fellow Davaoeño Christopher Go, the special assistant to President Duterte.

Malacañang distanced itself from House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez's threat that politicians who are against the move to establish a federal government would get a zero budget.

In a statement, the UST Central Student Council said Mocha Uson is undeserving of the recognition given by the university's alumni association.

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