Madugo ang debate ng death penalty sa Senado - Senate President Koko Pimentel
Sen. Paolo Aquino on Thursday said the death penalty would not be passed in the Senate.
Drilon clueless why Alvarez is bullying senators for ignoring death penalty bill: Your allies never…
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon on Monday defended the Senate anew against the attacks of House speaker Pantaleon Alvarez calling Senate a “slow” Congress for failing to act on measures the House of Representatives had already…
Wala sa legislative agenda ng Senado ang death penalty - Senator Franklin Drilon
House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez denied any personal rift with members of the Senate, including Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III, following his criticisms about the performance of the “slow chamber.”
President Rodrigo Duterte is a firm believer in the old adage of "an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth."
Senator Leila de Lima has urged the community of the University of Santo Tomas (UST) to remain steadfast in its opposition to the restoration of the death penalty.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for an end to the death penalty Tuesday, insisting it has "no place in the 21st century."
A Saudi was executed Monday in Riyadh, the official SPA news agency reported, taking to 100 the number of people put to death in the kingdom so far this year.
Ateneo de Manila University's cheerleaders once again used their voices and moves to protest against extrajudicial killings (EJKs) and the P1,000 budget given by the House of Representatives to the Commission on Human Rights.
House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez and Majority Floor Leader Rudy Fariñas, along with three other lawmakers, filed House Bill No. 6204 revising and adjusting the table of penalties and liabilities under Book 1 of the 8-decade-old Revised Penal…
Liberal Party (LP) senators said the non-inclusion of the proposed death penalty bill in the common legislative agenda of the Senate and the House of Representatives is a small but a substantial victory especially for those rallying against…
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon said President Rodrigo Duterte should turn to his allies in the Senate for assurance on the passage of his pet bill restoring the death penalty.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte vowed Monday to press on with his drug war that has claimed thousands of lives, as he urged lawmakers to endorse "eye-for-an-eye" death penalties.
Despite renewed calls made by President Duterte for Congress to fast track deliberations on the bill restoring capital punishment in the country, some senators remained firm in their position against the said proposition.
The Senate will “not prioritize” the passage of the proposed death penalty bill.
Indonesia's President Joko Widodo has ordered the police to shoot drug traffickers who resist arrest in the latest effort to eradicate drug use in the country.
BUHAY Party-list Rep. Lito Atienza theorized Sunday (May 14) that the revival of death penalty would only worsen crime in the country instead of deter it.
Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero on Thursday (May 11) contradicted claims made by Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon who declared as dead in the water the death penalty bill in the Senate.
Senator Richard Gordon said President Rodrigo Duterte would have to wait a little longer before the Senate could start the ball rolling on his pet bill, the restoration of the death penalty.
What a world of difference an apology can make, especially for PBA Party-list Rep. Jericho "Koko" Nograles.
House Majority Floor Leader Rodolfo Fariñas will finally learn the identities of the possible replacements of House leaders who were kicked out of their plum posts last month as a result of their dissenting vote on the death penalty…
Is BUHAY Party-list Rep. Lito Atienza insinuating that senators tend to be more desperate for votes during elections?
Why drag law enforcement into the equation?