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Duterte still satisfied with Cabinet – Palace

Malacañang said yesterday that President Duterte remains satisfied with the composition of his Cabinet despite the dismissal of two officials – Ismael Sueno and Chiara Halmen Valdez as Interior and Local Government Secretary and Cabinet Undersecretary, respectively – due to alleged corruption issues last week.

THE lean months for rice in the Philippines traditionally start in July and end in September. Last March, there were signs that the summer rice harvests may not be able to reach the targets set by the National Food Authority (NFA).

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Duterte fires 92 gov’t men for corruption

President Duterte revealed that he has sacked 92 government employees from different agencies this month due to their alleged involvement in corruption.

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Public servants must never be tainted with corruption, Malacañang said yesterday, after President Duterte decided to let go of National Irrigation Administration Administrator Peter T. Lavina who resigned over extortion allegations.

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Laviña resigns as NIA chief

National Irrigation Administration chief Peter Laviña has resigned from his post following reports that he allegedly demanded a kickback of “40 percent” from contractors.

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ANY anti-poverty program in the country will have to include agricultural development as most of the country’s poor people live in the rural areas.

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