Malacañang has shortened the working hours for employees in the executive branch Monday (September 28) so they can spend more time with their families.
By liberally interchanging two key terms, critics of the Anti-Terrorism Law are trying to dupe the public into thinking the law allows the Executive Branch to give itself judicial powers, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said.
The executive branch is investigating the altercation between a policeman and a resident from the exclusive Dasmariñas Village in Makati City whose house helper violated the policy on wearing face masks, according to Malacañang.
President Rodrigo Duterte has designated Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea as officer-in-charge (OIC) of the Executive Branch during his trip to Japan from October 21 to 23.
The Executive Branch needs other branches of government to ease traffic congestion in Metro Manila, Malacañang said on Thursday.
Malacañang ticked off four reasons why President Duterte, with a “heavy heart,” vetoed the bill seeking to strengthen the Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA), which oversees the coco levy fund.
Malacañang says Congress, not the Executive Branch, was holding hostage the 4th tranche of the salary increase for government workers due to their
failure to pass the 2019 budget on time.
Malacanang on Monday said Congress, not the Executive Branch, was holding hostage the 4th tranche of the salary increase for government workers due to their failure to pass the 2019 budget on time.
The selection of Mislatel Consortium as third telecommunications player should meet legal requirements and abide by the legal processes, Magdalo Party-List Representative Gary Alejano said.
Congress has no business dictating on President Rodrigo Duterte who to appoint as officials in the executive branch, Malacanang on Thursday said.
The Executive branch has nothing to do with the delay in the passage of the proposed P3.757-trillion 2019 national budget, Malacanang said.
A peso is “better than zero.”
Congress to adjourn next week to allow executive branch to adjust tariffs
A member of the Constitutional Commission believes the Senate must concur with the executive branch’s decision to withdraw from the Rome Statute which created the International Criminal Court (ICC).
President Rodrigo Duterte has signed an executive order (EO) limiting overseas travels of officials in the executive branch, including local politikos.
Officials in the executive branch cannot go on foreign trips at the government’s expense unless the purpose is related to his or her duties and there will be “substantial benefit” to the country.
Senators need not worry insofar as the so-called “starvation diet” proposed by President Duterte for government officials to cut down on their foreign travels next year,