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No ouster plot, says LP

The Liberal Party supports programs of the Duterte government that benefit the people but rejects policies that are inimical to them.

At the start of his administration on June 30, 2016, President Duterte said he would issue an executive order to implement Freedom of Information – at least in the Executive Department. The President made good on his pledge with Executive Order No. 2, Series of 2016, on July 23.

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Havana plunged into mourning Saturday and celebrations erupted in Miami at the death of Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, whose iron-fisted rule defied the United States for a half century.

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The Australian government has advised its nationals to exercise “high degree of caution” when travelling to the Philippines “due to the high threat of a terrorist attack and the high level of crime.”

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Negotiating panels of the Philippine government and the communist-led National Democratic Front are expected to exchange drafts on the proposed bilateral ceasefire and craft an amnesty proclamation as peace talks are set to resume in Oslo, Norway on Thursday.

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The House of Representatives will vote on President Duterte’s first national budget on third and final reading next month.

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