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He may be disappointed with the outcome of the presidential race but President Aquino is grinning nowadays since his nemesis Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. lost in the vice presidential elections.

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Some senators yesterday admitted they too are wondering how the country’s economy will fare under a Duterte administration.

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The country is now the fastest growing economy in the region following the 6.9 percent growth recorded in the first quarter of the year, Malacañang proudly declared yesterday.

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Chief Supt. Ronald dela Rosa, who once served under incoming President Rodrigo R. Duterte as Davao City chief of police, was named as the new head of the 160,000-strong Philippine National Police, replacing Director General Ricardo C. Marquez.

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President Aquino signed the Children’s Emergency Relief and Protection Act in Malacanang yesterday, a month-and-a-half before his term ends.

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Party-list winner 1Pacman nominee Dr. Michael Romero said yesterday that he will file a bill reviving National Economic Council that was abolished in the 1960s by then President Ferdinand E. Marcos.

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