“Talagang ini-encourage ko lahat na magsumbong sa lahat ng mga katiwalian, pangingikil, extortion, lahat po ng panggagamit ng pangalan. Marami pong nagrereport sa amin so pinapaimbestigahan natin. In fact yung iba na-file-lan na ng kaso at nae-entrap na po,” Go pointed out.
Previously she expressed gratitude for the support of the people for the Hugpong bets. “We are happy na the trust and confidence of the people sa mga senators ng hugpong ng pagbabago and as I said na we hope na hanggang election day nandun na yung kanilang pagsuporta,” the presidential daughter had said.
QUEZON City Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte will implement massive in-city relocation for informal settler families (ISFs) in Quezon City to protect their welfare in her bid to promote inclusive growth and secured socialized housing for Quezon City residents.
Asked about the chances of the signing after the Holy Week break, Panelo said: “Mataas ang probability kasi naka-schedule na this week. Baka may pinag-aaralan pa (The probability is high because it was scheduled this week. It might be still under review).”
This was stressed by Camarines Sur Rep. Rolando “Nonoy” Andaya, Jr., who chairs the House Committee on Appropriations, who earlier accused the Senate of sabotaging the programs of President Duterte, especially the “Build, Build, Build Program” after it allegedly snipped unilaterally some P83 billion in the national budget.
“We are just reciprocating the courtesy. We are diplomatic about everything,” he said, citing the aid extended by China to the Philippines, including providing rifles to the government during the Marawi siege and building a rehabilitation center in Agusan del Sur.
The House leader said that records of the bicameral deliberations on the national budget would show that the fourth book was a condition put forward by the House of Representatives during the initial stage of the bicam conference and accepted by the Senate contingent.
THE protracted presence of foreign ships in the country’s exclusive waters and near Philippine-occupied islands like Pag-asa would be an “assault” on the nation’s sovereignty, Malacanang said yesterday in a rare rebuke of Beijing.
Malacañang stressed yesterday that the Philippine government has final say on the distribution of funds to some 9,000 victims of human rights abuses during martial law under the late President Ferdinand Marcos.
”These assailed provisions open the possibility for China to acquire patrimonial properties in the Philippines (which) is tantamount to ceding in favour of China certain territories in the Philippines by virtue of our default in our contractual obligations. This situation obviously impacts negatively on our national sovereignty, territorial integrity, and is inimical to our national interest,” read the petition.
“In Marawi, I released five-hundred (million pesos) right away for those who would need further medical attention. And I will continue to release five-hundred (million) more and 500 more millions to my soldiers who do something for their country,” the President said.
TINGOG party-list first nominee and Leyte Rep. Yedda Marie Kittilstvedt-Romualdez yesterday renewed her call for the institutionalization of a compensation package for workers and teachers, teacher aides, barangay health workers, nutrition providers, rural health midwives and other care providers who are behind child development.