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Make it work

Make it work

Will the Pasig River Ferry Convergence Program of the Duterte Administration work unlike the failed efforts of the past administrations?

Make it work

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Make it work

Is there hope for the Pasig River ferry system to work as a viable mode of transport in Metro Manila? The Duterte Administration believes that there is hope and that it is in the best interest of the public for the government to invest on what it describes as a reliable and predictable ferry system.

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Department of Health (DoH) officials appointed by the Duterte administration may face the same serious charges sought to be recommended against their predecessors for inaction to warnings to temporarily stop the Dengvaxia vaccination program.

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60 solons urge resumption of peace talks with Reds

Nearly 60 congressmen from various factions and political parties or about a fifth of the 292-strong House of Representatives have signed House Resolution No. 1803 are asking President Duterte to resume the stalled peace talks between the government and the National Democratic Front.

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A win for all

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The Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law is now in effect and news about it appears to be more on its negative effects. Like any other tax measures, there are winners and losers in the TRAIN Law implementation.
The Law does not only benefit those who are earning R250,000.00 and below because of their income tax exemption but also all Filipinos because in the long-run, we will reap the rewards of the Build, Build, Build Program of the Duterte Administration that will be funded from the additional taxes that will be collected.

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Does not make sense

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The “Oplan Tanggal Bulok, Tanggal Usok” of the Department of Transportation (DOTr) is a laudable public service.
The agency’s drive to rid our streets with unworthy public utility vehicles is a welcome act from the government because its essence goes into the heart of its mandate to serve and protect the people.

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