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No Train ride for Aquino

Isabela Rep.  Rodito Albano challenged Aquino Monday to ride the MRT in order to know firsthand the “suffering ” of his “bosses.” Malacañang on Monday rejected a lawmaker’s challenge for President Benigno Aquino III to ride the Metro Rail…

Aquino keeping Abaya despite MRT mishap

“I would say that President Aquino maintains his trust and confidence in the capability of Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya of the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC),” Press Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. said. Coloma said…

Palace mum on DAP milk fund mess

Malacañang on Monday said the issues raised by the Commission on Audit on the milk feeding program funded by the controversial Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) should best be explained by its implementing agency, the National Dairy…

BBL draft for Presidents approval

The draft Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) will be submitted to President Aquino today for final review after several weeks of delay due to an earlier disagreement between the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation (MILF). “The draft…

No timeline on President Aquino’s Consultation on ChaCha

Aquino,Coloma President Benigno Aquino III is not following a "timeline" for consultations he says he is making with his "bosses," the people, on ways to secure his reforms, including the option of Charter change that could grant him a…

Palparan arrest scripted?

Another high-profile fugitive included in the so-called “Big 5 Fugitives" has fallen under the Aquino administration raising expectations that this would put some shine back on the President's ratings. After three years in hiding, former…

Spare PNoy from 2016 elections – Palace

Malacañang begged off yesterday from making further comment on the possibility of President Aquino extending his six-year term, urging the public to spare the Chief Executive from premature political wrangling on the 2016 elections. “Let’s…

Is one term enough?

The clash of statements gave rise to speculations that the Balay and Samar factions in Malacañang were again at odds over an issue.  PCOO Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr had earlier made clear President Aquino would definitely step down after…

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