It is about time that the base pay of soldiers and policemen is increased to better compensate for the hazards they face in the course of performing their duties to protect the Filipino people.
Senator Kiko Pangilinan on Friday denounced Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno for being “insensitive, if not heartless” after the latter said that the a salary increase for public school teachers is not a priority of the government at this…
President Rodrigo Duterte said he would have resigned if Congress passed the tax reform law first before the legislation increasing the pay of soldiers and policemen.
Police and military personnel are getting a chunk of the P3.767 trillion 2018 budget signed on Tuesday (December 19) by President Rodrigo Duterte.
Hollywood action star Steven Seagal sought to boost the Philippine military's morale by telling soldiers their wars are "winnable," though it will take time.
President Rodrigo Duterte is proud to say that among the country’s presidents, only he and the late President Ferdinand Marcos who went out of their way to take care of the military.
Soldiers assigned to spend the holidays in Sulu may miss being with their families, but they can look forward to having an overseas trip soon courtesy of President Rodrigo Duterte.
Despite his unconventional leadership style, President Rodrigo Duterte believes he's far from being a despot.
President Rodrigo Duterte expects a terrorist attack to happen soon as he warned about the resurgence of the international terror group ISIS.
President Rodrigo Duterte would rather that soldiers and cops retire from active service at 60 than 56 years old.
Hundreds of police and soldiers fanned out across many of Honduras' poorest slums on Wednesday after gang members threatened people campaigning for election candidates.
Action star Robin Padilla joined President Rodrigo Duterte in his sixth visit to Marawi City Monday (October 2) since the fighting began between terrorists and soldiers.
President Rodrigo Duterte revealed he was wiling to cut the budget of some government agencies to free up billions of pesos needed to hire more soldiers and police and buy more planes and firearms to fight rising crime and terrorism.
Spending for the rehabilitation of Marawi City will not just be the government's priority once the crisis is over.
President Rodrigo Duterte will continue believing in the accounts of soldiers and policemen in armed encounters even if other entities doubt them.
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Senator Leila de Lima does not see any change in policy of the administration even with the suspension of the war on drugs or Oplan Tokhang insofar as rights violations are concerned unless they learn to value and uphold the law.
President Rodrigo Duterte has a cheeky idea to keep soldiers sidelined by disability inspired even if they might
The payroll cost of the national government will hit the P1-trillion mark in 2017 due to the third installment of the Salary Standardization Law IV (SSL-IV), the promised hikes in soldier and policeman pay, and hiring of new personnel.
President Rodrigo Duterte knows that the pay in the military and police is so small that they can be vulnerable to corruption.