Impeach idea ‘pure nonsense’ — Panelo

March 16, 2019
Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo issued the statement after Akbayan partylist representative Tom Villarin said that President Duterte’s action of releasing the list of narco-politicians could constitute an impeachable offense for culpable violation of the Constitutio

Sara back on campaign trail

The HNP is supporting senatorial candidates former Presidential Adviser on Political Affairs Francis Tolentino; re-electionists Senators Sonny Angara, JV Ejercito, Cynthia Villar and Koko Pimentel; Maguindanao Rep. Dong Mangudadatu: Taguig City Rep. Pia Cayetano; Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos; former journalist Jiggy Manicad; Bong Go; Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa; and former Sens. Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. and Jinggoy Estrada.

Duterte: Release water from Angat dam

March 15, 2019
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has asked the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) “to demand” from Manila Water the release of water supply from Angat Dam, Malacañang said yesterday. Duterte issued the order amid the water supply shortage that has been gripping parts of Metro Manila and nearby areas for more than a week now.

3 lawmakers hit narco-list

For his part Khonghun refused to comment. His son, Subic town Mayor Jay Khonghun, who was also included in the alleged narco-politician list, denied the allegation in his Facebook Live video last Wednesday. In the video, he was with his partner, actress Aiko Melendez

Former mayor on narco-list hiding in US?

March 15, 2019
“I’d like to inform the US embassy, I thought I gave you a list noon. Kung nakalusot itong mayor na ito, I’d like to ask the embassy bakit ninyo nabigyan ng... naghingi kayo ng listahan, binigay ko sa ambassador niyo so that Filipino addicts who’d go there only to destroy your country will be denied visas,” Duterte said during the National Peace and Order Council meeting in Davao City.

Lifeline urged for Public Utility Vehicle sector

March 15, 2019
“The modernization program must address two issues: the real problem of public safety compromised by dilapidated, inefficient and old PUVs, and the welfare of PUV drivers and operators. The first has been addressed by the availability of newer, more efficient and eco-friendly PUVs, which are ready for acquisition through installment. But, not the welfare of PUV drivers and operators. They must be enabled, through more friendly financing schemes, to afford the cost of acquiring new PUVs under the modernization program,” Marcos stressed.