The woes of the Rufino-Prieto family may not be over yet even after the government wrested control of the prime Mile Long property away from them.
President Rodrigo Duterte isn't done going after the Rufino-Prieto family even if its company has agreed to vacate the Mile Long property in Makati City.
The Rufino-Prieto family has waved the white flag in the years-long battle to retain control of the Mile Long property in Makati City.
The Makati City Regional Trial Court on Tuesday ordered the Sunvar Realty Development Corporation, a real estate firm owned by the Rufino and Prieto families to vacate the 2.9-hectare Mile Long property in Makati City.
The woes of the Philippine Daily Inquirer's current owners, the Rufino-Prieto family, are far from over even if they are set to divest their stake in the paper.
President Rodrigo Duterte is planning to file economic sabotage against the Rufino-Prieto family and make sure they would be jailed for squatting on government property and refusing to vacate it.
President Rodrigo Duterte is planning to file economic sabotage against the Rufino-Prieto family and make sure they would be jailed for squatting on government property and refusing to vacate it
The Rufino-Prieto family finally broke their silence over the long-running, public tirade of President Rodrigo Duterte and his men on their refusal to vacate a government-owned property, the latest of which was Solicitor General Jose…
Solicitor General Jose Calida has advised tenants in the Mile Long property in Makati City against paying rent to Sunvar Realty Corporation in light of its legal battle with the government.
Philippine Daily Iskwater: Calida orders immediate eviction of Rufino-Prieto from Mile Long property
Peacefully vacate the Mile Long property or else.
Violence could erupt if the urban poor group Kalipunan ng Damayang Mahihirap (Kadamay) illegally occupies government housing projects again, President Rodrigo Duterte has warned.
President Rodrigo Duterte has offered to pay the Rufino-Prieto family who owns the Philippine Daily Inquirer if it will be able to prove that he was a thief.
Five months after President Rodrigo Duterte kicked off an expletive-filled, single-minded crusade against the owners of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, the Prieto-Rufino family has announced plans to fully divest from the news media it…
Fresh from several days of rest, President Rodrigo Duterte unleashed a fresh tirade against the Philippine Daily Inquirer's owners, the Rufino-Prieto family, as he threatened to drop a bombshell against them.
President Rodrigo Duterte turned Philippine politics upside down with his victory in the May 2016 elections with his unconventional character and boldness.
Malacañang on Thursday (June 22) said it respects the Court of Appeals' decision on the controversial “Mile Long” property in Makati City controlled by the Philippine Daily Inquirer's owners, the Rufino-Prieto family.
President Rodrigo Duterte cautioned Supreme Court (SC) magistrates and Court of Appeals (CA) Justices against siding with oligarchs like the Rufino-Prieto family from giving back what the government and the poor rightfully deserved.
President Rodrigo Duterte has unmasked the Rufino-Prieto family, majority owners of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, for getting the best of both worlds as a crony of both Ferdinand Marcos and Cory Aquino.