Should the penal lands covered by the controversial Tagum Agricultural Development Company, Inc. (TADECO) and the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) joint venture agreement (JVA) be turned over for the purpose of agrarian reform?
President Rodrigo Duterte has instructed the government peace panel to produce a signed bilateral ceasefire agreement with the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) when both panels resume talks in Utrecht, The Netherlands on April 2 to 6.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has started the bidding process for the supplies that will be used in the October Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) elections.
Government is not obliged to reciprocate the unilateral ceasefire offered by communist rebels, Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III on Friday said.
Whatever they discussed during this Presidential Agrarian Reform Council (PARC) meeting last Thursday, March 30 in Malacañang, it made President Rodrigo Duterte stroke his forehead as if to shoo the pain away. Advil, sir?
This snapshot of President Rodrigo Duterte and Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea chatting in Malacañang Thursday, March 30 gives us a clear shot of the former’s injured arm. At 72 years old, Duterte is no spring chicken, so he’d better be more careful.
Sen. Leila de Lima on Friday (Mar. 31) said tPresident Duterte must have a “deep reason” for his oft-repeated pledge to pardon Supt. Marvin Marcos, one of the principal accused in the killing of Albuera, Leyte Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr.
Being cursed by President Duterte is not exactly a bad thing.
Malacanang welcomed on Friday the move of the Fitch Ratings that affirmed its investment grade rating with a positive outlook on the Philippines.
Malacanang welcomed on Friday Fitch Ratings positive outlook and steady investment grade rating on the Philippines.
President Rodrigo Duterte will have the final say on the closure and suspension of mining companies in the country amid the simmering feud between Environment Secretary Gina Lopez and Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez.
Despite ranting on television against what he perceived as the Inquirer’s bias against him, President Rodrigo Duterte has no plans of making a former complaint with the Inquirer’s Ombudsman.
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella was visibly irritated when he was confronted with criticisms on President Rodrigo Duterte’s doubles-standard on extra-marital affairs – it’s immoral in the case of Senator Leila de Lima but a source of pride in the case of the President and his Cabinet appointees and their multitude girlfriends.
President Rodrigo Duterte will not lift a finger in the public feud between his two allies, Speaker Bebot Alvarez and Davao del Norte Rep. Tonyboy Floirendo.
Electricity rates in the Philippines may be one of the highest in Asia, but it haas not stopped local and foreign companies from investing in the manufacturing sector, former socioeconomic planning secretary Cielito Habito said.
Trillanes asks Duterte: Bakit wala pang nahuhuling drug lord?
Sen. Francis Pangilinan on Friday said that it is part of Philippine democracy for any President to be at the receiving end of a critical press.
With Congress in recess, Senator JV Ejercito has chosen Italy as the family vacation spot this summer.
Malacanang believes that Magdalo Rep. Gary Alejano has a hidden agenda in a filing an impeachment case against President Rodrigo.
Senator Sonny Angara said the Senate would conduct a massive public consultation on President Duterte’s proposal to do away with this year’s barangay elections and just appoint over 300,000 officials.
Migz: Give Duterte a chance to run the country
Trillanes: Legal teams ni Duterte, nagiimbento ng mga kaso
Opposition politiko, Magdalo Party-list Rep. Gary Alejano thinks that he’s seeing the beginning of the end of the mighty PDP-Laban-led Supermajority.
In 1999, former President Joseph Estrada initiated an advertising boycott against the Inquirer and sued the owners of the Manila Times as his primary counterattack strategy against media critical of his administration.