The arrest of Rappler chief executive Maria Ressa showed how President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration “twists the law” to silence critics. The post Ressa arrest shows how Duterte admin ‘twists law’ to silence critics – Hontiveros appeared first on Inquirer News.
The arrest of Rappler chief executive Maria Ressa is a big blow to press freedom, several senators said Thursday. The post Senators raise alarm over arrest of Rappler’s Maria Ressa appeared first on Inquirer News.
An opposition senatorial candidate winning in the May 2019 midterm elections “doesn’t mean a repudiation” of the Duterte administration. The post Palace: Opposition victory in 2019 polls not a ‘repudiation’ of Duterte appeared first on Inquirer News.
Activist-comedienne Mae “Juana Change” Paner said the only way to beat admin senatorial candidates is for the opposition to stand as one. The post United opposition only way to defeat admin slate – Juana Change appeared first on Inquirer News.
Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles on Tuesday called on voters to elect candidates who are for a federal form of government. The post Nograles to voters: Elect pro-federalism candidates appeared first on Inquirer News.
Adopted members of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) running for public office are barred to join this Saturday's homecoming parade. The post PMA homecoming parade off limits to adopted politicians appeared first on Inquirer News.
Senate President Vicente C. Sotto III affirmed on Monday that concerned government agencies are on the ball in the brewing West Philippine Sea (WPS) issue, but said he would rather that senators take up the matter with concerned authorities in closed-door sessions. In an interview on Monday, Sotto, however, sidestepped a query about any shift in […]
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has reshuffled more than a hundred officials assigned at several airports and ports across the country in line with its drive to improve the services of the agency. BI Commissioner Jaime H. Morente said the Department of Justice (DOJ) last week directed the reassignment of 59 airport officials, 49 of whom […]
The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) has allocated P300 million to finance its livelihood program of overseas Filipino workers’ (OFWs) organizations. In a news statement issued on Monday, the OWWA announced it has launched its Tulong Pangkabuhayan sa Pag-Unlad ng Samahang-OFWs (Tulong Puso) program to provide qualified beneficiaries raw materials, equipment, tools and jigs, and […]