Senator Francis Pangilinan on Friday emphasized the importance of the opposition group’s role in upholding democracy the country.
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Senator Francis Pangilinan on Wednesday said that the “escalating militarization” of the West Philippine Sea, taken with the Philippine government's obliging attitude and behavior toward China, is unacceptable.
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Liberal Party members on Monday called on the government to investigate the attempted smuggling of rice worth P67.9 million off Zamboanga Sibugay recently.
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Senator Francis Pangilinan on Tuesday practically admitted that his party, the Liberal Party (LP) cannot be effective fiscalizer of government without having to coalesce with other groups.
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The Senate on Monday passed on third and final reading a proposed measure that would create the coconut industry trust fund to finally allow coconut farmers to directly benefit from coco-levy funds collected by government during the Marcos…
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Senator Francis Pangilinan on Friday denounced the government's apparent “double-standard" when it comes to filing criminal cases: its known allies avoided serious complaints while its critics face filing trumped-up charges.
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Senator Francis Pangilinan on Sunday said that while he might have aired his stand on the impending impeachment of Supreme Court Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, this should not be misconstrued as prejudgment of the case.
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Senator Francis Pangilinan on Wednesday rallied behind Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales who is defying Malacanang’s 90-day suspension order against Deputy Ombudsman Melchor Arthur Carandang.
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Senator Francis Pangilinan and Rep. Kit Belmonte on Thursday reminded the ruling party that the projects funded under the 2018 P3.7-trillion national budget were paid for by “people's taxes.”
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A Philippine police chief who lost his lead role in President Rodrigo Duterte's drug war because his officers murdered a South Korean businessman has won a promotion, a move slammed Wednesday by rights campaigners.
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In a departure from his usual tirades, President Rodrigo Duterte stopped short of cursing Senator Francis Pangilinan for authoring the law that raised the minimum age of criminal responsibility to 15.
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The friendship of President Rodrigo Duterte and Senator Francis Pangilinan isn't over despite the former's frequent criticism of the juvenile justice law that the lawmaker authored.
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Senator Francis Pangilinan on Sunday said the high approval and trust ratings of President Rodrigo Duterte have put more pressure on him to deliver on campaign promises.
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Senator Francis Pangilinan wants to integrate "constitutional education" in the senior high school curriculum to ensure that future generations of Filipinos would value and uphold democracy.
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There is no more need for the Senate to convene as an impeachment court since Commission on Elections Chairman Andy Bautista has already tendered his resignation effective end of December 2017.
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President Rodrigo Duterte believes Senator Francis Pangilinan single-handedly caused the rise in the number of child offenders by raising the age of criminal responsibility to 15.
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Senator Francis Pangilinan owned up to the exclusion of his colleagues in the resolution calling on the government to stop the killing of minors but was quick to point out that it was nothing deliberate on his or the minority bloc’s part.
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President Rodrigo Duterte may be at odds with Senator Francis Pangilinan over raising the age of criminal responsibility for minors, but he still hasn't forgotten the act of kindness the lawmaker did for his daughter.
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Senator Risa Hontiveros cried foul over the latest vicious “fake news” campaign against her where she was depicted as a sympathizer of the Maute group.
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Senators Francis Pangilinan and Franklin Drilon slammed Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II's claim that opposition lawmakers met in Marawi City last May to talk to the Maute group.
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Senator Benigno Aquino IV said he could not reconcile the government's decision to reject about P13.9 billion in aid from the European Union while proposing to raise taxes to ensure higher revenue collection.
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From being the party in power during the term of former President Benigno Aquino III, the Liberal Party has found itself weakened with the continued exodus of members and attacks from supporters of the administration.