Senate Minority Leader Ralph Recto on Wednesday (Feb. 22) decided to withdraw his resolution calling for Charter change (Cha-cha), saying he does not want to be part of the efforts to shift to federal form of government.
Senate Minority leader Ralph Recto
Senate Minority Leader Ralph Recto made a proposal Sunday (Feb. 5) to set up a 24-hour hotline in Camp Crame manned by a Korean-speaking personnel dedicated mainly for Korean nationals.
President Rodrigo Duterte has approved a P1,000-increase in the monthly pension received by retired Social Security System (SSS) members, presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella announced Tuesday (Jan. 10).
At least two senators downplayed the possibility of President Rodrigo Duterte shooting down the P8 billion item in the 2017 national budget, giving free tuition to an estimated one million college students, due to reported differences with…
While they have yet to formally discuss to take a definitive stand on their position against re-imposition of death penalty, members of the minority bloc in the Senate are likely to thumb it down.
Senate Minority Leader Ralph Recto is wondering why authorities seem to ignore victims of massive fire when the destruction to their property is more severe than the victims of super typhoons like “Yolanda.”
Senate Minority Leader Ralph Recto said there is no need to solicit more foreign aids to assist the victims of typhoons Karen and Lawin as the government still has some P37 billion unspent calamity funds for 2016.
Senate minority leader Ralph Recto is eyeing a national child health program that would battle the worsening malnutrition problem especially among Filipino children.
Senate minority leader Ralph Recto pushed anew for Philippine authorities to speed up the recovery of stolen Bangladesh money, which passed through the Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) after they were slapped with a billion peso…
With the installation of 911 system, the government should hire more policemen and purchase more patrol cars