Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II ordered the review of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) decision revoking the certificate of incorporation of web-only news site Rappler for violating foreign ownership restrictions on mass…
Malacañang has chided journalist Maria Ressa for claiming that the online multimedia website Rappler is a victim of an attack on press freedom after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) ordered it to shut down.
The Office of the Vice President (OVP) will be abolished under the new federal government but Vice President Leni Robredo will stay in her post until 2022, according to changes in the 1987 Constitution proposed by a subcommittee of the…
Changes in the term limits of elected officials, including that of the President, are not quite in the Senate's sights at this time, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said Tuesday.
Constitution is clear: Congress needs to vote jointly on Constituent Assembly - Representative Roger Mercado
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Sen. Panfilo Lacson on Monday filed a resolution seeking to constitute the Senate into a constituent assembly to introduce amendments to the 1987 Constitution.
Sen. Francis Pangilinan on Sunday said Congress should have full control of amending the Constitution even if Malacanang initiated moves to pursue Charter change (Cha-cha).
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Amending the Constitution to shift to a unicameral parliamentary system at this time could compromise the government's check-and-balance system, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said Saturday.
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This was how Senator Panfilo Lacson described President Rodrigo Duterte saying he had no doubts the chief executive is sincere in saying he had no plans of extending his term beyond 2022.
Senator Franklin Drilon: Amendment to the constitution is the role, power of legislature
Pampanga 2nd District Representative Dong Gonzales: No abolition of Senate in draft proposal to amend Constitution
Deputy Minority Leader and ABS Party-list Rep. Eugene de Vera: Term extension not needed if Congress passed amendments to Constitution last year
Barangay polls may be postponed anew for plebiscite on Constitution – Deputy Minority Leader and ABS Party-list Rep. Eugene de Vera
People would have to trust Congress to amend Constitution, Deputy Minority Leader and ABS Party-list Rep. Eugene de Vera says
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Senator JV Ejercito supports the May 2019 plebiscite “timeline” of Senate President Koko Pimentel for the new Constitution mandating the shift to federalism.
The barangay elections, which had been already postponed to the second Monday of May this year, may have to take a backseat once more for the plebiscite to ratify constitutional revisions.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar has urged the public to trust lawmakers' motives in pursuing Charter Change (Cha Cha) amid concerns it will result in a dictatorial rule by President Rodrigo Duterte.
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Lawyer Christian Monsod believes President Rodrigo Duterte is taking Filipinos for a ride whenever he declares that he does not want extend his term beyond the six-year term limit in 2022.
Foreign telecommunications companies may become the third player in the Philippines if China balks at the Constitutional requirement to own the 60 percent majority stake in the firm, Malacañang said.
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An abogado claiming to represent the family of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos has drafted a compromise agreement with the aim of having the cases against them dropped.
Zimbabwe's ousted president Robert Mugabe will get a residence, a car fleet and private air travel as part of a new government-funded retirement package for former leaders, state media reported Thursday.
The Indian parliament's lower house Thursday passed a bill proposing jail time for Muslim men who try to end their marriages through the controversial "instant divorce", months after it was banned by the Supreme Court for violating women's…