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Ormoc passes road safety code, 2nd in the Philippines
on September 20, 2020
ORMOC CITY – Ormoc City has recently passed its Road Safety Code, making it the 2nd city in the country to have such, next to Quezon City. Ormoc Mayor Richard I. Gomez lauded the 15th Sangguniang […]
‘That’s treason:’ Locsin curses as he bucks putting off 2022 polls amid COVID-19
MANILA, Philippines — Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. on Thursday strongly opposed the idea of postponing the 2022 elections, saying doing so would be equivalent to “treason.” “You don’t cancel elections for any reason. That’s treason. We are a democracy or a sh*t slave colony. Hold elections period. Those brave to stand in line The post ‘That’s treason:’ Locsin curses as he bucks putting off 2022 polls amid COVID-19 appeared first on Inquirer News.
House panel skips continuation of PCOO budget deliberations
MANILA, Philippines — The House committee on appropriations will no longer continue its deliberation on the 2021 budget of the Presidential Communications Operations Office as it will go straight to the plenary. Panel chair Eric Yap said lawmakers decided to skip the continuation of the deliberations to be on track with the budget schedule. Plenary The post House panel skips continuation of PCOO budget deliberations appeared first on Inquirer News.
Año: Government 'taking great measures' to protect human rights in 'drug war'
"We would like to clarify that in the drug war, we are taking great measures in ensuring that the individual rights of the Filipino people are duly respected and protected," he wrote in his statement without saying what those measures are.
Philippines may lose if it brings up arbitral ruling before UN assembly — Palace
The Philippines may lose if it brings the issue of the arbitral ruling on the South China Sea row before the United Nations General Assembly, Malacañang said Thursday.