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With the two top leaders of Congress likely to be beneficiaries of moves to unseat the President and the Vice President, an administration lawmaker called for an “impeachment ceasefire” between the camps of President Duterte and Vice President Leni G. Robredo.
House leaders belittled yesterday the impeachment complaint filed by Magdalo party-list Rep. Gary C. Alejano against President Duterte, saying that the Chief Executive has the full backing of the majority of the members of the House of Representatives.Continue reading …
Amid the presence of nuns and human rights advocates, the House Committee on Justice yesterday approved the committee report on the substitute bill seeking to re-impose the death penalty for illegal drugs and heinous crimes.Continue reading …
The House Committee on Constitutional Reforms yesterday voted to adopt the proposal to amend the 1987 Constitution by convening Congress into a constituent assembly.Continue reading …