“On the occasion of the celebration of the World Press Freedom Day on May 3, 2019, the National Press Club of the Philippines (NPC), its affiliated media organizations all over the country, as well as other national media organizations committed in upholding genuine press freedom and the practice of journalism anchored on the Journalist’s Code of Ethics, hereby issue this statement. This is in the light of recent revelations that have clearly compromised the nobleness of journalism as a profession and its graver consequence, the stability of Philippine democracy.
SA isang Facebook post ng kaibigang si Mhalou Laderas kung saan kalakip ang mga katagang ‘huwag ibenta ang boto walang katumbas na pera ang pagkatao mo’, makikita ang isang chart. Sa kaliwa, nakalagay ang presyo ng bayaran sa bawat botante at sa kanan ay ang lumalabas na halaga ng pagkatao kada araw ng taong nagbebenta ng boto.
THE recent earthquakes that hit Central Luzon, Metro Manila and Visayas, the power of which was felt as far as Bicol region has prompted Philippine National Police chief, Director General Oscar D. Albayalde to order a technical inspection and assessment of all police buildings and other facilities affected by the series of tremors.
The Issues and Advocacy Center slammed vicious attempts by the political kingpins of Quezon City who now find themselves fighting for dear life to retain political control of the nation’s premier city in what is being viewed as a hotly contested fight for the mayoral post between First District Congressman Vincent ‘Bingbong’ Crisologo and Vice Mayor Josefina ‘Joy’ Belmonte.
ANOTHER major facility being built at Camp Crame which has been placed under close scrutiny in the aftermath of the two strong earthquakes which struck Luzon and Visayas regions last week and amid government preparations for the so-called ‘Big One’ is a 5-storey Multi-Purpose Building with an open roof deck at the PNP Training Service compound, the Journal Group learned.