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Rhetorical question

The Philippine Congress has already passed Republic Act No. 8749 or the Clean Air Act way back in 1999. How well have the implementing agencies performed in the last 18 years?

Balengiga bells

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MANY Filipinos may not have fully understood President Duterte’s demand in his recent SONA for the United States to return the Balengiga bells to the Philippines.

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Safeguards

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The two chambers of the Congress of the Republic of the Philippines have spoken. They support the declaration of Martial Law in Mindanao. The Senate and the House of Representatives also took the stand that no joint session of Congress is necessary to discuss and consider President Duterte’s declaration, including the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus.

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Mary Jane Veloso of Nueva Ecija has remained in death row in Indonesia after she was saved at the last moment by appeals from international groups as well as Philippine officials. She was due to be executed for drug trafficking along with two Australians, a Brazilian, four Nigerians, and an Indonesian in April, 2015. But just hours before dawn, she was led back to her cell while the eight other death convicts were executed by firing squad.

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by Phres A. Evardone QUEZON CITY, Philippines (PIA) — President Aquino ordered the Philippine National Oil Corporation (PNOC) to review and study the Oil Deregulation Law to determine when the government can step in to address the heated issue on oil prices, at the same time still follow the global thrust on oil deregulation. This […]

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